Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Celebrate Bisexuality Day unites the bisexual community, their families, and their supporters on September 23rd. It also raises concerns and provides the opportunity to educate the public about bisexuality.
Both the straight and larger LGBT groups have expressed the day's effort to combat bisexual mistrust. Organizations from around the country will host activities in communities designed to debunk myths and raise awareness.
How to commemorate bisexuality day on bisexuality day
This day is celebrated in a variety of ways. Both supporters and those that are still searching for answers are encouraged to educate and comprehend, as well as those who are still learning about the day.
- Attend a poetry reading or a seminar. A deeper understanding can be gained through these forums
- Celebrate positive relationships or attend a festival. Both the families and the community are in the love and support of both the family and the community
- Listen to a podcast. Enlightenment can also come from asking answers to questions on your own
- Find out how to help friends or family members who are bisexual. Ask questions. Listen to their stories. You may have a newfound appreciation for a friend or family member's friendships
- Share your story. You'll be able to help others raise money for others by speaking out
Embrace bisexuality and use #CelebrateBisexualityDay to post on social media.
History has shown that bisexuality day is the best in bisexuality day
Wendy Curry of Maine, Michael Page of Florida, and Gigi Raven Wilbur of Texas founded Celebrate Bisexuality Day in 1999. The founders chose Freddy Mercury (Queen's lead singer)'s birthday to determine the date. The date was chosen to raise awareness and the importance of removing prejudice.