6 Ways to Be More Inclusive of Bisexual People During Pride Month

6 Ways to Be More Inclusive of Bisexual People During Pride Month

“If you are bi, just being visible is a productive means of addressing biphobia and dispelling myths and stereotypes. The truth is that we are already everywhere, but in many cases, people just aren’t aware of our presence. If you are in a position to be out and visible, please do it. Often this decision will empower others to do the same.” - amBi’s own Lorien Hunter

Bisexual people have long felt excluded at Pride festivities. That’s finally changing.

Bisexual people have long felt excluded at Pride festivities. That’s finally changing.

“It’s hard because you don’t want to be the stereotypical, straight girl in the gay bar. And I fully understand why people sort of get ‘icked out’ by that. But at the same time, there isn’t a good way to scream. ‘No! I’m one of you.’ ” - amBi’s own Talia Squires

America is getting its first citywide Bi Pride celebration

“West Hollywood is hosting the United States’ first city-wide Bi Pride celebration on Saturday, September 22. The City of West Hollywood is organizing the event alongside with Human Rights Campaign LA and the Los Angeles chapter of the organization amBi.”

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“There are so many really wonderful communities that are coming forward, though. Like the amBi Social Network in L.A., Bisexual.org, there's all of these wonderful groups coming out so that there can be a community for bi people.”