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LGBT History Month is a time for us to recognize historic LGBT leaders and celebrate the progress made towards full LGBT equality. But the stigma towards bisexual people continues to hold back their authenticity.
The joys and struggles of bisexual women are quite distinct when it comes to dating and advocacy.
The divide between lesbians and bisexuals is not a new issue in the LGBT community. Ignorance, fear and lack of acceptance are all issues the LGBT community faces as a whole when advocating for equality but they are also issues that present themselves among each of the letters that make up the LGBT community.
Happy Celebrate Bisexuality Day from all your friends at GLAAD. We want to dismantle stereotypes and promote visibility, so let's take on some of the stereotypes about bisexual people.
Today, as Americans commemorate Celebrate Bisexuality Day, the White House is holding a roundtable with some of the country's top bisexual advocates. This is a historic first gathering at the White House to address issues facing bisexual Americans.
The Bi Writers Association, which promotes bi writers, bi books, and bisexual writing, announced the winners of its inaugural Bisexual Book Awards.
On Sunday's Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC, GLAAD announced that the organization has formally dropped the words 'Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation' from its name and will be known going forward as simply GLAAD, the LGBT media advocacy organization.
For the first time, a meeting of leaders from local, regional and national bisexual organizations convened at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force's 25th annual LGBT conference, Creating Change.
La diputada estatal de Wisconsin, JoCasta Zamarripa, salió del armario como bisexual en una reciente entrevista con el Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. En su entrevista con el periódico, Zamarripa reveló que salió del armario para poder ayudar a jóvenes que están luchando con su propia identidad.
Wisconsin State Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa recently came out as bisexual in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Zamarripa told the newspaper she wanted to come out in order to help young people who might be struggling with their identity.