Bisexuality Day

September 23, 2021

September 23 - Bisexuality Day

What Is Bisexuality Day?

Unfortunately, many bisexual people face prejudice both from the straight community as well as the LGBTQ+ community. This national observance aims to counteract that prejudice, and raise awareness for increased education to dispel myths surrounding this community. Events are held by various organisations nationwide to help with these efforts, allowing for you to get involved no matter where you are. The day encourages for everyone to educate themselves, or to attend seminars and educational talks, to show our love, support, and excitement for those in the bisexual community.

When Is Bisexuality Day?

Bisexuality Day on September 23rd unites and celebrates the community.

History Of Bisexuality Day

Bisexuality Day was founded in 1999 bu bisexual rights activists Wendy Curry, Michael Page, and Gigi Raven Wilbur. The date was chosen in honor of Freddie Mercury, who was born on this day.

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