#BiWeek 2017: Celebrate Bisexuality+

Celebrate Bisexual+ Awareness Week - #BiWeek
Presented by GLAAD & BiNet USA


What is #BiWeek?

From September 17-24, join GLAAD in recognizing the bisexual+ community for Bisexual Awareness Week, including Celebrate Bisexuality+ Day on September 23.

Co-founded by GLAAD, Bisexual+ Awareness Week seeks to accelerate acceptance of the bi+ (pansexual, fluid, no label, queer, etc.) community. #BiWeek draws attention to the experiences, while also celebrating the resiliency of, the bisexual+ 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 invite you to participate in Celebrate Bisexuality+ Day, an event promoting bi+ visibility.

Get Involved

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

2. Join GLAAD & the Victory Institute's #BiWeek Twitter chat with groundbreaking bisexual+ politicians on Thurs Sept 21 at 2 P.M. ET 

Check out the conversation's Twitter Moment!

3. View & share brand new #BiWeek videos & graphics (more coming soon)

4. Call on Warner Bros. to let Wonder Woman come out as bisexual

5. Amplify GLAAD's profiles of bisexual+ celebrities, advocates, history makers, & more

6. Follow GLAAD on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook for daily updates


Take a look at some of the best #BiWeek videos, photos, blog posts, and more from previous years

PHOTOS: White House policy briefings for national bisexual+ leaders for #BiWeek

Learn about the bi+ umbrella what see how pansexual celebrities describe their identity.

13 things you didn't know about the bisexual+ community

Resources for Media

IN FOCUS: Reporting on the Bisexual Community - A resource for journalists and media professionals

GLAAD Media Reference Guide

About the Bisexual Community

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

Some people who are attracted to people of any gender self-identify with words such as "bisexual," "pansexual," "polysexual," "omnisexual," "fluid," "queer," and more. 

Find more at glaad.org/bisexual.