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Evan Rachel Wood’s HRC Speech is Just One Reason She’s My Bi Hero

[Evan Rachel Wood's words] made me feel comforted, and a little less alone. It gave me hope for a new generation of bi kids, who would hopefully see people like her and feel a little less alone, too.


The Bi Line: Lady Gaga Rocks the Super Bowl

If nothing else, Gaga's example proved to hundreds of millions of people that it is possible to be a woman, a survivor of sexual assault, proudly bisexual, and a superstar.


4 Ways Roger The Alien Taught Me to be Bi Better

Roger may not be the average person (or alien) you would tell your kid to aspire to be. Nevertheless, there’s something in his pride, his confidence in his sexuality, and his brutal honesty that is inspiring to me.


Bisexuality in 2016: a Recap

There was so much to celebrate in 2016, and hopefully the new year will bring even more.


5 Gift Ideas for Your Bi Bestie

Bi folks are of course people and love all the gifts that people love, but here are some extra awesome gift options for the bi people in your life.


The Year 2016 in Bi TV

This holiday season, when you need a break from family and all that holiday cheer, why not check out some of these bi TV characters of 2016?


When Neutral Isn’t Enough: New Research Into Stigmas Around Bisexuality

Bi.org spoke with Dr. Brian Dodge about his research into how bi people are perceived by the rest of the world and what the potential impacts of the perception are.


Self Care For Bi People: Election Edition

This election week, remember: check in with yourself, be kind to yourself, and most importantly: take care.


Bi Pride in Southern Oregon

Although I've attended and participated in Prides, I'd never been on the planning side before. I showed up to the first meeting hesitant because bisexuality is often ignored by Pride organizers, but I was immediately made welcome. I loved seeing this whole thing come together, and for me the icing on the cake was when I was made Grand Marshal. Talk about bi visibility!


Join the Bi Visibility Challenge!

For those who haven't yet noticed, Bi.org is presenting our annual Bi Visibility Challenge in celebration of Bi Pride Week!


Bi and Mighty

Happy Bi Visibility Day 2016! Here are some things we'd like to see accomplished before many more Bi Visibility Days have passed. What's on your Bi Wish List?


The Bisexual Warriors of the “Gay” Movement

This Bi Week we are celebrating some of the many bi activists who have been instrumental in the LGBT rights movement.


How Amy Winehouse’s Honesty Helped Make Me Stronger

Amy Winehouse was the first woman I had heard use this mysterious word "bisexual." She wasn't afraid of her sexual orientation changing what people thought of her and refused to tiptoe around the label.


4 Postitive Ways Freddie Mercury Challenged the World

Freddie Mercury was never afraid of challenging society’s sexual and gender expectations.


Some Disney Star Came Out as Bisexual. Who Cares?

This week, Bella Thorne came out as bisexual in the chillest way possible, causing an outpouring of love on Twitter. Coming out is about being real, honest, genuine. It isn't just private "bedroom stuff." It affects our romantic and social lives a great deal. If someone doesn't care about all that, that's sad.


Highs and Lows at the Rio Olympics

Even as progress is being made with regard to LGBT and women's rights, the 2016 Olympics in Rio this year remind us that more progress is sorely needed... We've witnessed highs and lows in that regard this year.


Harley Quinn: Kick-Ass Bi Super Villain Since 1993

Harley Quinn is relatively new to the Suicide Squad, not appearing in that group until 2011, and I was delighted that she was going to be a part of the film. Who doesn’t want to watch a kick ass, bisexual, sexy, funny lady super villain/anti hero?


Bi-power – A Call to Action

Ask most bi people, and they will tell you that the majority of biphobia they experience is from within the LGBT community itself.


Finding Community at Comic-Con

When I asked Tara Avery how she became involved in bi activism, her answer was simple. “I just showed up.”


Bi Pride at Portland’s Pride

Bit by bit, they joined the chorus, and the protesters' megaphones were rendered useless; their futile hatred drowned out by our love. “We're here! We're queer! We're fabulous! Get used to it!” All together, over and over and over....


Missing Annalise Keating? Our Favorite Bi Characters You Can Stream Right Now

Missing your most-loved bi characters while they’re on summer break? Check out some of our favorite bi characters available with subscription right now!


The Power of Us: #StillBisexual

"Maybe if people could understand that for many of us being bisexual is a permanent not transitional identity, then there was a potential that we could be understood.”


Meet the Woman Behind the Vogue Petition

Julie Rodriguez speaks exclusively to Bisexual.org about her campaign against Vogue's bi erasure.


#BiBlog: BiHeroes Features Community Member, Mike Szymanski, “I’m telling my story.”

Join Bisexual.org community member, Mike Szymanski, and TELL your story.


Fifteen #Bisexual Resolutions for 2015: Be Bisexual and Proud

A few weeks ago we asked our Facebook community#Bisexual Resolutions for 2015: Be Bisexual and Proud to share their new year's resolutions with us. We were impressed with the wide range of responses and wanted to share them with you. We're always here to help support you in achieving your goals throughout the new year!


#BiHeroes: A bisexual woman’s journey of learning, defiance, and courage against all odds

Any bisexual knows it is not easy to live openly as bisexual. The ignorance, judgment and jokes are just the beginning. So what is it like to walk in the shoes of someone who is bisexual, African-American, polyamorous, atheist, a nude model and a cancer survivor? What does it mean to navigate those identities – separately or as a whole – in a world that often reveals its ignorance and judgment about sex, sexuality, race, gender and bodies?