Celebrating the Bi community
This annual event on 23 September has been marked by the University every year since 2012.
This day has been marked nationally since 1999 and is a call for the bisexual community, their friends and supporters to recognise and celebrate bisexuality, bisexual history, bisexual community and culture, and all the bisexual people in their lives.
- Take a picture of yourself with your Zoom background and Tweet it to @BiVisibilityDay using #BiVisibility.
- Wear colours of the biflag to show support to friends and colleagues.
- Contribute to Wikipedia - you can edit the pages of bi celebs!. This video gives a flavour of what you can do.
- Watch the very first TED Talk on bisexuality, or this TED Talk which looks at bi-erasure.
- Look at these Workplace stories of Amy, Pierette and Stella from Stonewall about being bi in the workplace
- Familiarise yourself with our LGB Guidance for managers.
- Check and update your equality details in MyView and encourage others to do the same.
- Read all about The Kinsey Scale which describes a person's sexual orientation.
- Become a member of ALLOUT – the LGBT Staff Network Group or become an ALLOUT Ally - supporting all LGBT Staff – you will even learn how to be a bi-ally - plus all allies get a choice of LGBT+ lanyard to wear! ALLOUT members who are not bi can also become a bi-ally via this route too.
- Familiarise yourself with the definitions of bi, pan and queer: Stonewall glossary