#BiWeek has officially begun and Twitter is celebrating.
While a 2011 study showed that over half of LGB people identify as bisexual, the group tends to get written out of the larger LGBTQ community so often, the term “bi erasure” has become commonplace.
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While September is Bisexual Awareness Month, this week is the center of attention as groups, politicians, and celebrities honor the community and bisexual people around the world speak out and stand up.
Whether they’re tweeting support, sharing a laugh, or sending heartfelt stories, Twitter has lit up with celebration. Here are some of the best we’ve found so far.
— Travvy Trav (@travlync76) September 16, 2021
Bisexuality is not a phase. Get used to it.
— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) September 16, 2021
— Tania Israel (@Tania_Israel) September 23, 2020
Today is the start of the Annual Bisexual Awareness Week (September 16 – 23, 2021).
— Tomorrow women in sports foundation (@TWISF2) September 16, 2021
— ४⍟Olivia|Fauci Fan RavensFlock 💙💜💕 (@BeanieJedi33) September 16, 2021
Didn't know that #BiWeek was a thing… Didn't even know that I was bi until a few months ago … But I'm so blessed to love and be loved by so many ♥️
— Jen D. (@Jen_D03) September 16, 2021
— marta 🐚 working on commissions&zines (@DlANXIA) September 16, 2021
— Jess Taylor (@FallOutJerks) September 16, 2021
— Peacock (@peacockTV) September 23, 2020
HAPPY #BISEXUAL AWARENESS WEEK! 💗💜💙
– You are amazing.
– You deserve happiness.
– Your identity is real.
– Your feelings are valid.
– You are more than enough.
– You are not alone.
– You are loved. #biweek #bisexualawarenessweek pic.twitter.com/7eeLlcjdxF
— LGBTQ Shrink (@DrRonHolt) September 16, 2021
happy #biweek to anyone who is attracted to all genders and yet is still single how cool are we
— Lane Moore👉Austin 9/16, Asheville 9/20, Charlotte (@hellolanemoore) September 21, 2020
Yes, bisexuals have all of September for Bisexual Awareness month. During which we have a a special week, #Biweek which culminates on September 23, for Bisexual Awareness Day, because bisexuals are greedy and want it all. Obvi.
— Zachary Zane (@ZacharyZane_) September 16, 2021
Apparently it's #BiWeek according to a thing I saw, and having it start on a Thursday is somehow the most bi thing I can think of
— Chongo (Professional Dingus) (@ChongoTweet) September 16, 2021
— Sheepchase 🌈🌼 (@sheepchase) September 16, 2021
Today is officially Bisexual Visibility Day!
Remember: you are valid. You are important. You matter. You are worthy.
May you continue feeling accepted and included in this world. You are not alone. We’ve got each other
— Luke Waltham (@lukewaltham) September 23, 2020