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Atlanta to Celebrate Bisexuality

Thursday, August 20th, 2015

US flag[USA] Atlanta joins cities and countries around the world to observe International Celebrate Bisexuality Day.

This year, Charis Books and More, one of the oldest independent feminist bookstores in the nation, and Bi*Q ATL, a local advocacy group for bi+ (bi, pan, non-monosexual) people, are jointly presenting a celebration of books by bi+ authors or featuring bi+ characters. Visitors to the store can pick up a reading list of locally available books and browse the shelves for specially marked items from a variety of authors and genres. Books highlighted throughout the month will feature classic works by authors such as Alice Walker and June Jordan, as well as new favorites by Roxane Gay, Daisy Hernandez, and many others.

The reading list will also be available online at charisbooksandmore.com.

Charis Books and More is located at 1189 Euclid Avenue in Little Five Points, Atlanta. Bi*Q ATL can be contacted via facebook.com/biqatl or @BiQATL on Twitter.

Atlanta, USA…

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

US flagAnother one from the USA: A celebration of Bi Visibility Day will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from 7-9pm at the Philip Rush Center on Saturday, September 21st from 7-9pm. Attendees are asked to bring a snack and a soft drink to share.

A $7 donation is requested to defray the cost of renting the space, but no one will be turned away because of lack of funds. ALL bisexuals and bifriendlies are warmly invited to join the fun and be “invisible no more”!