Celebrate Bisexuality - #BiWeek 2014

Recent stories about bisexuality

Celebrate bisexuality+ with GLAAD for #BiVisibilityDay at the end of #BiWeek 2020

Bisexual+ Visibility Day (sometimes known as Celebrate Bisexuality+ Day) takes place on September 23rd, to honor the Bisexual+ community. It is also the last day of BiWeek. Check out some of the work that GLAAD did to celebrate BiWeek 2020.

Why Merriam-Webster.com Updating the Definition of Bisexual Matters on Bisexual+ Visibility Day and Beyond

On Bisexual Visibility Day, we not only applaud the visibility of out bisexual+ people, but we call attention to the misinformation about bisexual+ people that too often exists in the media and within the broader LGBTQ community. 

Celebrating four of my favorite bisexual TV characters this #BiWeek

For this year's #BiWeek, I wanted to shine a spotlight on four bisexual characters who have been favorites of mine personally. Let us know who some of your favorite bi+ characters are!

Some questions to ask yourself as you become a better bi+ ally

Despite working at GLAAD, I know I still have work to do every day to be a better ally to bisexual+ people. Here are some questions I ask to check myself and make sure I am being the best ally I can be.

A look inside the #GLAADInstitute's #BiWeek workshop

Yesterday, I was thrilled to host the GLAAD Media Institute’s Media Advocacy Essentials for Bisexual+ People publicly to celebrate the first day of #BiWeek alongside leaders from the Bisexual Resource Center and Still Bisexual. The GLAAD Media Institute works to equip advocates and activists with the best tools to work with the media to accelerate acceptance.

Sign up for a #GLAADInstitute workshop this fall

The GLAAD Media Institute has announced their Fall course catalogue—all free and open to any activist or advocate who wants to learn GLAAD’s best practices to make their voice heard. Check out the calendar here.

From September 21-27, join GLAAD in recognizing the bisexual community for Bisexual Awareness Week, including Celebrate Bisexuality Day on September 23.

Celebrate Bisexual Awareness Week - #BiWeek

Designed by Michael Page, the bisexual pride flag is comprised of three stripes: one pink, one blue, and a purple middle strip.

Bisexual Awareness Week exists to help draw attention to the public policy concerns of bisexual people while also celebrating the resiliency of bisexual culture and community.

Throughout #BiWeek, allies and bi people learn about the history, culture, community and current policy priorities of bi communities. 

On September 23, GLAAD, BiNet USA, and other bisexual advocacy organizations invite you to participate in the 15th annual Celebrate Bisexuality Day, an event promoting bi visibility.

Get Involved

1. Spread the word:
Tweet about #BiWeek to show your support:

Recognize #BiWeek with @glaad! Find out how to celebrate bisexuality www.glaad.org/biweek2014

2. Celebrate Bisexuality Day (CBD)
Participate in "My #Bisexuality Looks Like" on Twitter and Instagram by sharing your experiences and showing your pride as a member or ally of the bi community.

3. Attend an event
Events are being updated throughout the week, so check out what #BiWeek events are happening in your area.

4. Coming soon! Watch & share GLAAD's #BiWeek videos
As the week progresses, GLAAD will post videos raising awareness about important issues in the bi community.

5. Check out GLAAD's blog
GLAAD will be blogging about the bi community all week, so check back each day for guest posts and more.

To learn more about how bi, trans, and ally communities can get involved every day, visit bisexualweek.com/hashtags.

Resources for Media

GLAAD Media Reference Guide - In Focus: Covering the Bisexual Community

Visit bisexual.com/story-ideas and bisexual.com/reporting-best-practices for more #BiWeek resources.

About the Bisexual Community

Bisexual people have always been a driving force in the LGBT community and are leaders within local, regional, and national organizations and issue-based campaigns. Every day, bi people work side by side with the larger LGBT community to affect change and equality.

Some people who are attracted to people of any gender self-identify with words such as 'bisexual,' 'pansexual,' 'polysexual,' 'omnisexual,' 'fluid,' 'queer,' or other terminology. 

Find more at glaad.org/bisexual/about.

Special Thanks to the National Lesbian & Gay Journalist Assocation
and #BiWeek Co-Partners:

Alliance of Multicultural Bisexuals of Metro DC
Bay Area Bisexual Network
The BiCast
Bi Community News
Bisexual Index
Bisexual Organizing Project
Bisexual Resource Center
BiRequest NYC
Bi Women's Quarterly
Boston Bisexual Women's Network
Center Bi

Center for Culture, Sexuality, and Spirituality
Equality Michigan
The Huffington Post
Human Rights Campaign
Los Angeles Bi Task Force
Movement Advancement Project
National Black Justice Coalition
The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
Pridelines Youth Services
San Francisco Human Rights Commission
Transgender Human Rights Institute
Transgender Violence Tracking Project