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When you mix blue and red it makes Purple.  Purple isn’t…

When you mix blue and red it makes Purple.  Purple isn’t referred to as half blue and half red.  It is it’s own color in and of itself and it has a name, Purple!

And sometimes depending on how it’s mixed, it turns out more red or more blue, but it is still referred to as Purple.  And sometimes depending on how it’s mixed, it can be lighter or sometimes its darker, but it is still referred to as Purple.  And sometimes many of these different shades and hues also have their own names, but even then they are all also

still referred to as Purple!


The same goes for Bisexual+ people and the Bi+ Community.  Still here, still queer, and not going to disappear. 

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dailybiaffirmation:A special reminder for TRANS bisexuals that you are important and valid and you…

dailybiaffirmation:A special reminder for TRANS bisexuals that you are important and valid and you…

Bi As F*ck Enamel Pin: Bisexual+ Pride Hearts… with…


Bi As F*ck Enamel Pin: Bisexual+ Pride Pin from MumbleMarket Empowered designs and Vintage finds. Caring Is Cool


Bi As F*ck Enamel Pin: Bisexual+ Pride Pin worn by LA Comedian & YouTube Creator Alyssa Onofreo (aka omgchomp)

Bi As F*ck Enamel Pin: Bisexual+ Pride Hearts… with glitter!

sosuperawesome: Tattoo Artist Koray Karagözler on…

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Tattoo Artist Koray Karagözler on Instagram

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bisexual-community: [USA]: 2017 National School Climate…


2017 National School Climate Survey (Encuesta sobre el Ambiente Escolar)


LGBTQ youth, speak out about your school experiences! (Jóvenes LGBTQ – ¡Hable de sus experiencias en la escuela!)

bisexual-community:

[USA]: 2017 National School Climate Survey (Encuesta sobre el Ambiente Escolar)  LGBTQ+ youth, speak out about your school experiences! (Jóvenes LGBTQ+ – ¡Hable de sus experiencias en la escuela!)

The 2017 National School Climate Survey is GLSEN’s tenth national survey of lesbian, gay, bisexual+, transgender, and queer youth. It is a crucial tool in GLSEN’s mission for fighting anti-LGBTQ+ bias in K-12 schools across the nation. The information gathered from this survey will help GLSEN to inform education policymakers and the public about the right of all students to be treated with respect in their schools. 

La Nacional sobre el Ambiente Escolar 2017 es la décima encuesta de jóvenes lesbianas, homosexuales, bisexuales, transgéneros, y queer. Es fundamental a la misión de GLSEN a luchar contra los prejuicios anti-LGBTQ+ que existe en las escuelas K-12 en todo el país. La información recopilada a partir de esta encuesta ayudará a GLSEN a informar legisladores de educación y el público sobre el derecho que tienen todos los estudiantes ser tratados con respeto en las escuelas.

If you attended high school or middle school sometime during the last school year (2016-2017), identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual+, transgender, queer or questioning, and are at least 13 years old, tell us about your experiences in school. (If you did not complete the entire school year you can still participate in the survey.) The survey is completely anonymous.

Si asistió un colegio o una escuela mediana alguna vez durante el último año escolar (2016-2017), identifica como lesbiana, homosexual, bisexual+, transgénero, queer o está cuestionando su sexualidad, y tiene al menos de 13 años, cuéntanos sus experiencias en la escuela. (Si no completó todo el año escolar todavía puede participar en la encuesta.) La encuesta está completamente anónima.

The survey asks questions about your experiences in school, including hearing homophobic remarks, being harassed because of your sexual orientation and/or how you express your gender and how supportive your school is of LGBTQ+ students.

La encuesta contiene preguntas sobre sus experiencias escolares, incluyendo si ha oído comentarios homofóbicos, si ha acosado a causa de su orientación sexual y/o como expresa su género y como su escuela apoya los estudiantes LGBTQ+.

To take the survey, click here.
Para hacer la encuesta en español, haz click aquí.

bisexual-community: [USA]: 2017 National School Climate…


2017 National School Climate Survey (Encuesta sobre el Ambiente Escolar)


LGBTQ youth, speak out about your school experiences! (Jóvenes LGBTQ – ¡Hable de sus experiencias en la escuela!)

bisexual-community:

[USA]: 2017 National School Climate Survey (Encuesta sobre el Ambiente Escolar)  LGBTQ+ youth, speak out about your school experiences! (Jóvenes LGBTQ+ – ¡Hable de sus experiencias en la escuela!)

The 2017 National School Climate Survey is GLSEN’s tenth national survey of lesbian, gay, bisexual+, transgender, and queer youth. It is a crucial tool in GLSEN’s mission for fighting anti-LGBTQ+ bias in K-12 schools across the nation. The information gathered from this survey will help GLSEN to inform education policymakers and the public about the right of all students to be treated with respect in their schools. 

La Nacional sobre el Ambiente Escolar 2017 es la décima encuesta de jóvenes lesbianas, homosexuales, bisexuales, transgéneros, y queer. Es fundamental a la misión de GLSEN a luchar contra los prejuicios anti-LGBTQ+ que existe en las escuelas K-12 en todo el país. La información recopilada a partir de esta encuesta ayudará a GLSEN a informar legisladores de educación y el público sobre el derecho que tienen todos los estudiantes ser tratados con respeto en las escuelas.

If you attended high school or middle school sometime during the last school year (2016-2017), identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual+, transgender, queer or questioning, and are at least 13 years old, tell us about your experiences in school. (If you did not complete the entire school year you can still participate in the survey.) The survey is completely anonymous.

Si asistió un colegio o una escuela mediana alguna vez durante el último año escolar (2016-2017), identifica como lesbiana, homosexual, bisexual+, transgénero, queer o está cuestionando su sexualidad, y tiene al menos de 13 años, cuéntanos sus experiencias en la escuela. (Si no completó todo el año escolar todavía puede participar en la encuesta.) La encuesta está completamente anónima.

The survey asks questions about your experiences in school, including hearing homophobic remarks, being harassed because of your sexual orientation and/or how you express your gender and how supportive your school is of LGBTQ+ students.

La encuesta contiene preguntas sobre sus experiencias escolares, incluyendo si ha oído comentarios homofóbicos, si ha acosado a causa de su orientación sexual y/o como expresa su género y como su escuela apoya los estudiantes LGBTQ+.

To take the survey, click here.
Para hacer la encuesta en español, haz click aquí.

[USA]: 2017 National School Climate Survey (Encuesta sobre el…


2017 National School Climate Survey (Encuesta sobre el Ambiente Escolar)


LGBTQ youth, speak out about your school experiences! (Jóvenes LGBTQ – ¡Hable de sus experiencias en la escuela!)

[USA]: 2017 National School Climate Survey (Encuesta sobre el Ambiente Escolar)  LGBTQ+ youth, speak out about your school experiences! (Jóvenes LGBTQ+ – ¡Hable de sus experiencias en la escuela!)

The 2017 National School Climate Survey is GLSEN’s tenth national survey of lesbian, gay, bisexual+, transgender, and queer youth. It is a crucial tool in GLSEN’s mission for fighting anti-LGBTQ+ bias in K-12 schools across the nation. The information gathered from this survey will help GLSEN to inform education policymakers and the public about the right of all students to be treated with respect in their schools. 

La Nacional sobre el Ambiente Escolar 2017 es la décima encuesta de jóvenes lesbianas, homosexuales, bisexuales, transgéneros, y queer. Es fundamental a la misión de GLSEN a luchar contra los prejuicios anti-LGBTQ+ que existe en las escuelas K-12 en todo el país. La información recopilada a partir de esta encuesta ayudará a GLSEN a informar legisladores de educación y el público sobre el derecho que tienen todos los estudiantes ser tratados con respeto en las escuelas.

If you attended high school or middle school sometime during the last school year (2016-2017), identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual+, transgender, queer or questioning, and are at least 13 years old, tell us about your experiences in school. (If you did not complete the entire school year you can still participate in the survey.) The survey is completely anonymous.

Si asistió un colegio o una escuela mediana alguna vez durante el último año escolar (2016-2017), identifica como lesbiana, homosexual, bisexual+, transgénero, queer o está cuestionando su sexualidad, y tiene al menos de 13 años, cuéntanos sus experiencias en la escuela. (Si no completó todo el año escolar todavía puede participar en la encuesta.) La encuesta está completamente anónima.

The survey asks questions about your experiences in school, including hearing homophobic remarks, being harassed because of your sexual orientation and/or how you express your gender and how supportive your school is of LGBTQ+ students.

La encuesta contiene preguntas sobre sus experiencias escolares, incluyendo si ha oído comentarios homofóbicos, si ha acosado a causa de su orientación sexual y/o como expresa su género y como su escuela apoya los estudiantes LGBTQ+.

To take the survey, click here.
Para hacer la encuesta en español, haz click aquí.

Be bisexual+ your way.  No one should judge how you express…

Be bisexual+ your way.  No one should judge how you express your bisexuality, including yourself. 

Image: a soft focus colour photo background of a high mountain landscape in early autumn with mountain meadows and fir trees, looking into the distance are other mountains blending into hazy sky. Written across it in white, in a variety of fonts are the words, “You are allowed to have a preference, both romantically and sexually, and still be bisexual.  Your bisexuality isn’t lessened by your current partner nor your past experience(s).  It’s your life – you and only you are in charge of your label.”

Being Bi And In The Closet

Being Bi And In The Closet: Coming out as bisexual can be a uniquely tricky experience. You risk…

“I have met hundreds of bisexuals and when the question of being out as bi+ on the gay scene comes…”

I have met hundreds of bisexuals and when the question of being out as bi+ on the gay scene comes up, everyone agrees: being denied a voice is bad enough but being denied our existence is appalling.

If you don’t like Mozart, it doesn’t mean some other people are lying when they say they really do. Some people really like aubergines, some people really enjoyed cross-country running at school – some people really do enjoy the things you don’t. Some people really are bisexual.

The definition is easy, it’s the prejudice that’s hard.

Marcus Morgan, a co-ordinator of The Bisexual Index, a UK bisexual activist group in an Pink News opinion piece