Today, HRC marks the start of Bisexual Awareness Week, also known as #BiWeek. The week will culminate on Friday with Bisexuality Day.
A bisexual person is someone who can be attracted to more than one gender, and studies show that as much as half of the lesbian, gay and bisexual population identify as bisexual. In other words, bisexual–– or bi –– people comprise the largest single group in the LGBTQ community.
As HRC celebrates Bisexual Awareness Week, we honor those who have come out openly as bisexual, sharing their true and authentic selves with the world.
While Bisexual Health Awareness Month is coming to a close, our advocacy and awareness work continue year round. This month, HRC celebrated and recognized the bisexual community and the need for more advocacy related to physical and...
Today, HRC celebrates Bisexual Awareness Week and marks Celebrate Bisexuality Day.
This March, HRC joins the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) and other bisexual community advocates in celebrating the third annual Bisexual Health Awareness Month. This year’s focus is on bi+ (e.g. bisexual, fluid, no label, pansexual,...