About Bisexual Awareness Week
An extension of Celebrate Bisexuality Day, held every September 23rd, Bisexual Awareness Week (#biweek) works to accelerate the cultural acceptance of bisexual people.
NEW FOR 2019
About the Bisexual People of Color Pride Flag
Inspired by the intersectional advocacy of bi Latinx artivist Sara Ramirez, BiNet USA presents the bisexual people of color pride flag. The Black, Brown, Pink, Purple and Blue #bipoc bi people of color flag is a creation of thefayth, or the artist formerly known as Faith Cheltenham.
thefayth amended the design of Wendy Curry, Gigi Raven Wilbur and Michael “Page”, the BiNet USA organizers who designed the bi pride flag in 1998 to feature the Black and Brown stripes from the 2017 Philly Pride flag, or the LGBT People of Color Pride flag, hoisted by Amber Hikes in Philadelphia. Join the movement for more visibility for LGBT people of color at: morecolormorepride.com. Graphic design: ryancreates.co
Bisexual People of Color Pride Flag was created by thefayth and BiNet USA is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
ABOUT CELEBRATE BISEXUALITY DAY
|Official name||Celebrate Bisexuality Day|
|Also called||Bisexual Pride Day, Bi Visibility Day, CBD, Bisexual Pride and Bi Visibility Day|
|Observed by||Bisexual, pansexual, fluid community and their families, friends, allies and supporters|
September 23 is Celebrate Bisexuality Day (often abbreviated CBD), an international awareness day that is also referred to as Bi Visibility Day and Bisexual Pride Day. Three BiNet USA organizer –Wendy Curry, Michael Page and Gigi Raven Wilbur–conceived of the event as a way to combat bisexual invisibility. CDB, which began in 1999, is celebrated with events around the world celebrating bisexual culture, community and history.
About The Bisexual Pride Flag
Designed by Michael Page, the bisexual pride flag is comprised of three stripes: one pink, one blue, and a purple middle strip. The stripe colors and widths, from top to bottom, are pink (40%), purple (20%), and blue (40%). It is not patented, trademarked, or service marked.