Bisexual Health Awareness Month kicked off with a look at "Mental Health & Biphobia," including the top 10 health concerns for people who are bi, followed by "Sexual Health" and "Nutrition & Movement." Now, BRC is closing out the month with a look at "Sexual Assault & Intimate Partner Violence."
Bisexual Health Awareness Month
In a piece called "The Scientific Quest to Prove Bisexuality Exists," The New York Times Magazine explores prevalent stigma against the bisexual community as they work to defend their existence. Included is a portrait series of people who are bisexual, accompanied by stories of their own experiences. Here's a sample
The month kicked off with a look at "Mental Health & Biphobia," including the top 10 health concerns for people who are bi. Now, BRC is bringing "Sexual Health" and "Nutrition & Movement" to the forefront.
Snapshots: Bringing stories from the ground to the forefront, bi health awareness, speaking with Cal State Fullerton, and more
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This week of Bisexual Health Awareness Month centers around "Mental Health & Biphobia," and the Bisexual Resource Center has released sharable infographics exploring this topic.
Today officially marks the kick-off of Bisexual Health Awareness Month, brought to you by the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC). This year's theme, "Bi the Way, Our Health Matters Too!", will address disparities in physical and mental health facing the bisexual community. Created by the US' oldest nationally-focused bi organization, Bisexual Health Awareness Month is the first social media campaign to address this topic.