Tag Archives: Bi Visibility Day

EuroBi

ILGA Europe, the European arm of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association, issued a message of support for Bi Visibility Day for the first time this year.  They stated: Visibility is essential in tackling discrimination and prejudice against bisexual people as well as myths about bisexuality. During the last year, many important events took place in Europe […]

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More Bi-Visible Than Ever!

I probably said this about 2011 as well, but 2012 feels like the year Bi Visibility Day ‘broke through’. Within the community there was more going on around the UK than ever.  Events in Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Salford, Sheffield, Winchester and Wolverhampton.  Probably there were some more that I’ve missed! There was a great range […]

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September 23rd: Bi Visibility Day 2012

Autumn is almost upon us and Bi Visibility Day, aka International Bisexuality Day, Bi Pride day and a host of other names. It’s like that way we can’t agree on whether the ‘con’ in BiCon means conference or convention. The date’s been marked each year since 1999, and for the thirteen years so far every year there’s been at least […]

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Bi Visibility Day

Summer is here and all our thoughts are on Prides near and afar, or on what we’re hoping to learn at BiReCon and talk about at BiCon. However just around the corner is the autumn and Bi Visibility Day, aka International Bisexuality Day, Bi Pride day and a host of other names. It’s like that way we can’t agree on […]

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Our Bi History

February is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender History Month in the UK, with events all across the UK (it’s a leap year so we get that little bit more history this time!)  Last year there were two bi-specific events that we know of celebrating bi history, but this year we don’t know of anything especially pertinent to bis going on. […]

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How to do it… Staging a Bi Day event

Staging a bisexual awareness event or bi-day for beginners… First you need an excuse. This can be Celebrate Bisexuality Day, Valentines, raising profile of a growing local bi group, flagging up bi issues with your local LGBT organisations, or just cos you feel like it. Actually, excuses are optional. In most places there’s so little bi community stuff going on, […]

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