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23 September is Bi Visibility Day. The date was first marked in 1999, and aims to celebrate the bi community, its culture, history and norms. It also aims to provide a platform to the bi community and their supporters and to bring global attention to the social, economic and cultural prejudices and challenges faced by bi people.
Stonewall published this article: Why do we need Bi Visibility Day? about the challenges the bi community face and how we can all play a role in addressing biphobia.
Leeds City Council will be marking Bi Visibility Day by flying the bi flag from Leeds Civic Hall and Leeds Town Hall on 23 September.
The following online events are taking place to celebrate Bi Visibility Day:
Bi+ Visibility Day 2020
Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Time: 12 AM – 11:59 PM
This event is hosted by Bi Visibility Day and Jen Yockney.
Bi Visibility Day: Bi+ Voice
Date: Friday, September 25, 2020
Time: 7 PM – 9 PM
This event is hosted by Leeds Bi Group.
More information about events across the UK can be found on the Bi Visibility Day website.