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Today is Bisexual Visibility Daydeated to raise awareness and honor the members of our community who identify as bisexual. Our bisexual contributors have taught me a lot over the past years. I am grateful and honored that they trust me with their stories and experiences.
Another ongoing issue is the lack of bi-specific programming in our community groups and organizations in this region. I would really like to see some organizing to secure funding from The Pittsburgh Foundation, Heinz Endowments, Jewish Healthcare Foundation, etc to specifically target the local bisexual community — funds that are in the hands of the bisexual community, not just allies with good intentions. We can do better.
You will see folx who are trans, cis, and nonbinary with respect to their gender identities. Some are Black, some Latinx, and some white.
Many live in the suburbs. Some left rural communities to find community in more urban spaces. And many are at least partially anonymous for reasons that they explain in their responses. I pulled some basic data for context from the Movement Advancement Project research:. I hope you will take some time to read these posts and reflect on the experiences of your bisexual neighbors today and other days.
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