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by Bi Visibility Day category: Community
Bi Visibility Day,
also known by other names like Bi Pride Day and International Celebrate
Bisexuality Day, has been marked on September 23rd every year since
The last few years it's really started to take off and more and more LGBT and mainstream organisations have been getting involved. Please help us give Bi VIsibility Day 2014 a kick-start on Twitter, with a big splash of tweets! The #BiPride tag will help people find other bi events and resources around the world.
already a thunderclap timed for mid morning in Europe & Africa.
This is a second one timed to go out mid morning in the Americas, as
people there will be mostly asleep when the first thunderclap fires. Obviously with so many time zones it's a bit of a compromise!
Of course, if you're somewhere like the UK joining in this one too will mean you get an extra burst of bi visibility in the afternoon on top of the existing thunderclap.
Because we got at least 100 people to join in, this Thunderclap tweet will go
out at 10.30am, Central US/Canada time, on September 23rd. JOIN THEM! Sign up to take part too now :D
For Bi Visibility Day 2013 we notched up 147 twitter supporters on our thunderclap tweet, who gave us a Social Reach of 96,355 People - fantastic and thank you everyone who joined in. We were all a part of the biggest Bi Visibility Day yet - a day that included the first ever meeting on bi issues at the White House in the USA and a ministerial message of support in the UK, alongside LOADS of local events big and small and bi flags flying around the world.
Bi Visibility Day
September23.bi.org is a website which lists Bi Visibility Day events all around the world - it's been running for over ten years, initially just listing events in the UK but spreading the net wider more recently. It's run by Jen Yockney and hosted by Bi Community News and bi.org.