Bi Visibility Day in the Media, News & Blogs

The page brings together some of the coverage Bi Visibility Day has had in magazines, news websites, blogs and so forth… with thanks to the original sources for permission to reproduce some articles here.

2016

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(UK) BBC: Half of you are not 100% straight.

(UK) NUS: Why Bi Visibility Day is so important.

(UK) Anti-LGBphobic violence project GALOP: time for bisexual people and our allies to stand up.

(UK) LGBT Foundation talks about bi inclusion.

(UK) Sanisha blogged about it for Stonewall.

(Australia) the TripleBiPass radio show did a special, here.

(International) Youth organisation IGLYO: Today we celebrate.

BCN magazine gave us a full page ad on their back cover again. Thankyou!

Freethought Blogger Yemmynisting wrote about Bi Visibility and being BiFabulous.

 

2015

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2014

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BCN magazine gave us a full page ad on their back cover again. Thankyou!

14/9: Chorley FM talked about bisexuality, biphobia, Bi Visibility Day and local and worldwide events.

New Statesman magazine talked about Bi Visibility Day too.

The Scottish Parliament had a motion (but no debate) noting Bi Visibility Day.

2013

UK bisexual magazine Bi Community News reports on 2013’s events: click to enlarge.

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Also from the UK, the Co-Operative’s LGBT staff network magazine Respect reports on Bi Visibility Day 2013: again click to enlarge.

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In the land of online news sites:

Patrick RichardsFink in the HuffPost talked about bis needing community

Pink News writer Aaron Day looked at Bi Visibility Day and bi life in great scope. But without mentioning this website. Tsk! Pink News did mention us though when swiping our huge and uplifting list of countries with Bi Visibility Day events.

 

Over in the Blogosphere some posts from 2013:

 

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