It’s been quite a while since I’ve heard of the Bi Visibility Day in the US initiative. As an American, I have to admit that I’m not very happy about it. However, it has proven to be a useful campaign that encourages the general public to wear clothes that say something about them – for example; say “I am Bi”.
So what does the Bi Visibility Day in US initiative do? Well, it aims to promote acceptance and awareness of the diversity of sexuality and gender identities. It also tries to challenge the notion that people who are gay are somehow abnormal or strange. Instead, it aims to show how many people there are like you and me who are also gay.
If you’re a gay person and you’re looking to have some support and encouragement, this may be a great time to get out and speak to people about your situation. You can go and talk to groups of people who are likely to be supportive and understanding.
I also believe that it’s a good opportunity for people who have been gay all their life to come out of the closet and talk about it. The more we can make our communities feel comfortable with who we are, the more we will be able to give ourselves respect. There have also been some very positive results from other initiatives aimed at promoting acceptance.
As for me, I think it’s a shame that our government has not taken advantage of this opportunity to get our message across. I mean, this initiative is not just about promoting awareness of bisexuality. It’s also a way to show the world that if you are gay, you can also be accepted and loved.
Of course, I’m sure that by now most of you are already aware that Bi Visibility Day has a long way to go. So how do you help spread the word? It’s really simple.
If you’re anything like me, then Facebook is a huge source of information and support. Just visit your friends’ pages and start posting messages asking them to comment on your page. It might not be the best time to post in the middle of the night, but at least try to post it as often as you can. – every day is great.
And don’t be afraid to let your own voice be heard! There’s nothing like being able to say what you want to say and listen to the responses. So if you want to support the campaign and spread awareness, then you can join us on this exciting Bi Visibility Day in the US initiative.
If you’re a non-LGBTQ person, don’t worry. This day isn’t only there to support the lives and experiences of bisexuals, but also to educate the general public about the importance of diversity and tolerance in all areas of our society.
We’ll be featuring many different activities and special events to celebrate Bi Visibility Day in the US. There will also be a great number of organizations and businesses willing to help support the campaign.
Many organizations and businesses are encouraging their members and guests to wear their colors at the day and participate in the activities. For example, The American Red Cross and The Salvation Army are encouraging people to wear red, blue, green, or white. pink. Also, there will be some great educational presentations and shows at various local colleges and theaters to promote equality and acceptance.
I’ve even heard that there’ll be an annual “Gay Pride” parade held in New York City to celebrate the day and raise awareness. Hopefully, we’ll see a lot of people wearing their pride and wearing their support on that day. If not, then I’d guess they’ll be wearing their pink, blue, or yellow.