The pervasive stereotype that bisexuality is an exclusive and limiting label is something bi activists have been fighting for decades.
Today September 23rd, 2020 at 8 PM – 10 PM Pacific Time
Public · Bay Area Bisexual+ & Pansexual Network (BABPN) Chat
Please join the Bay Area Bi+ and Pan Network for Bi Visibility Day (also called Bisexual Pride Day, Celebrate Bisexuality Day, CBD, Bisexual Pride, and Bisexuality+ Day) for an evening Zoom get-together!
INVISIBLE NO MORE: A Celebration of Bisexuality & Bi+ Pioneers
Event is free & open to the public; register on Zoom at: bit.ly/bidaypanel
Wednesday, September 23rd is Celebrate Bisexuality Day, but what does it mean to celebrate bisexuality in 2020? As LGBTQ+ rights and awareness grow, is bisexuality becoming more accepted, or does it remain invisible and stigmatized? And as activism and communities move increasingly online, what even is "visibility" anymore? Join a panel of bisexual activist pioneers as we explore these questions and more in an unabashed claim to visibility and dignity.
Loraine Hutchins, moderator: Co-Editor, “Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out"
Luigi Ferrer: Activist, HIV/AIDS Educator
ABilly Jones-Hennin: Marine Corp Veteran, Activist
Lani Ka’ahumanu: Co-Editor, “Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out”
Robyn Ochs: Speaker, Writer, Editor of Bi Women Quarterly