This year is the 20th Anniversary of the Bisexual Flag. The flag was first unveiled by activist Michael Page on December 5, 1998. While Page led the effort, it was actually a Bi+ Community-wide Project which involved many people including a group of activists from BiNet USA, as well as from other places who were involved for its creation.
What Do the Colours mean? ❤️ = from the colour of the infamous “Pink Triangles” represents same/similar sex attractions 💜 = where Pink & Blue overlap is a color gradient of different shades of Lavender/Purple representing the possibility of attraction anywhere along the entire gender spectrum 💙 = represents different sex attractions
An appreciation post for all bisexuals that fit some sort of a bi stereotype. Polyamorous? Prefer the opossite gender? Like sex? Wonderful! We’re lucky to have you in the community, and you’re not a “bad bisexual” for staying true to who you are.
I encourage you to write what stereotype you fit, if you fit any, and let’s celebrate it. (Do this in tags, replies or as a reblog, up to you.)
my heart goes out to religious bisexuals- and not just christians. to bi muslims and jewish people. to the hindus and buddhists. whether you’re comfortable with your religion, or struggling with it, it’s so unfair how the lgbt community erases us. being bisexual and religious are not two opposite, conflicting sides. we’re beautiful and we’ve existed for centuries to come, and will do so because existing in a word where we’re told we can’t, is revolutionary
Hey, friendly reminder that your attraction to people who aren’t the same gender as you is just as valid as your same gender attraction. You are bi, and that means you’re allowed to be exactly that: bi. You’re still 100% valid and you still belong in the LGBTQ+ community despite not being exclusively attracted to people of the same gender.