Celebrating Bisexuality Visibility Day

Sunday, September 23rd is Bisexuality Visibility Day, a day to celebrate and increase visibility for bisexual+ people and communities. The Religious Institute has created a number of resources to help people of faith and religious communities celebrate this day. We’re encouraging bisexual+ people of faith to change their profile photo on Facebook using this #BiFaith frame. All this week, we’ve been sharing #BiFaith profiles, featuring people talking about what it means to be bisexual+ and a person of faith. Our president Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey wrote a piece about five ways to make your faith community more bisexually healthy. We created a short quiz to help differentiate the myths and facts about bisexuality. The Bisexuality Initiative section of our website also features a number of practical and theological resources about bisexuality, including excerpts from our congregational book Bisexuality: Making the Invisible Visible. As Rev. Marie writes, “Congregations that embrace bisexual+ people can help heal the suffering caused by the invisibility of bisexual+ people in society.” This Bisexuality Visibility Day, we hope you’ll join us in acknowledging and celebrating bisexual+ people of faith.

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