What does it mean to be bisexual? How many people are bisexual? What concerns do bisexual people have? Check out these answers to some basic questions about bisexuality.
For bisexual people, coming out can present some unique challenges. This guide is designed to prepare you for those challenges and to give you the tools to live openly wherever and whenever you are safe, able and ready.
Bisexual, pansexual, queer and fluid youth face a unique set of challenges that affect their ability to flourish in their families, schools and communities.
Compared to other groups in the LGBTQ community, bisexuals face striking rates of poor health outcomes ranging from cancer and obesity to sexually transmitted infections to mental health problems.
Bisexual women are at disproportionately high risk for sexual violence.
Bisexual visibility and inclusion continue to be a challenge for many workplaces.
HRC is working with other advocates to increase bi visibility and address the unique needs of the bisexual community.
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Resources for the LGBTQ Community Around COVID-19
This is a global health crisis, and as we’re seeing in the government’s lagging response, our work is more necessary than ever.Read more
Influencers and Celebrities Come Out for Equality in 2019
In honor of National Coming Out Day, here are a few of the standout coming out moments in pop culture from the last year.Read more
Bi+ Youth Report
HRC Foundation, in partnership with the University of Connecticut, released the 2019 Bi+ Youth Report, a groundbreaking resource detailing the experiences of bisexual, pansexual, queer and sexually fluid (bi+) LGBTQ youth.Read more
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