Category: biromantic

bish-sexu-al:

We gotta look out for each other

When I finally felt comfortable to tell my wife that I was bi, she came out as bi also. It has made us stronger together.

theadvocatemag:

Today is IDAHOT: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. Let’s keep up the good fight!

theadvocatemag:

Today is IDAHOT: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. Let’s keep up the good fight!

I’ve seen quite a few posts lately in blogs like this about friends not being supportive of people after they’ve come out as bi.

After I came out to one of my friends she gave this button and said, “Have a bi-bee. It’s a really subtle way of being out. The people who know what the colours mean will get it, everyone else will think it’s just a pretty bee.”

Point is, your real friends will support you and possibly give you adorable badges. If your “friends” don’t support you when you come out, question you, ask you to prove your bi-ness, act biphobic in other ways, they aren’t really your friends.

Ditch the biphobes, they’re not worth your fabulous self, they don’t deserve you. Find a bi-bee friend, they’re out there.

whynotbothco:

Hope everyone’s having an amazing Bi Visibility Day! 

whynotbothco:

Hope everyone’s having an amazing Bi Visibility Day! 

whynotbothco:

Happy Bisexual Awareness Week! 

whynotbothco:

Happy Bisexual Awareness Week! 

bisexual-books:

stilesisbiles:

‘[Monica] Helms came up with the trans flag in 1999, after she met Michael Page, the creator of the bisexual flag and he told her “the trans community needs a flag too”. The idea for the design came to her quickly, hoping that the colours would mean something to people, with the white stripe in the centre representing the non-binary community.’ (source)

The fact that the trans flag was inspired by the creator of the bi flag and explicitly includes nonbinary people means so much to be as a nonbinary bisexual.

I swear to god writing a children’s nonfiction book on the history behind each pride flag would be like printing money…. 

– Sarah