September 23 – Bisexual Visibility Day

Bisexuality Pride Day is celebrated on September 23. This day was first celebrated in 1999 and its establishment is the work of three American bisexual activists – Wendy Curry, Michael Page and Gigi Raven Wilbur.

In recent years, the bisexual community, as well as the lesbian and gay community, has grown stronger, although bisexuals are still comparatively invisible and even in the queer community there is a biphobic attitude, that they should decide whether they are homosexual or heterosexual. This day was first celebrated with the support of the International Association of Gays and Lesbians (ILGA).

This year there are more than 100 events online and offline in 17 countries around the world. Lowry Bridge, Capella Tower, Target Headquarters were lit in the colors of the bisexual flag in the states; In England, along with many other events, there is a screening of the film, Dear Mom, as well as webinars, forums, marches and other events.

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