A bisexual person is someone who can be attracted to more than one gender, and studies show that as much as half of the lesbian, gay and bisexual population identify as bisexual. In other words, bisexual — or bi — people comprise the largest single group in the LGBTQ+ community. HRC is working with other advocates to increase bi visibility and address the unique needs of the bisexual community

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Resource Guide to Coming Out as Bisexual

Coming out is different for every person. For bisexual people, coming out can present some unique challenges. As bisexual people, we face skepticism and stereotypes about our sexuality, we are…

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Understanding Intimate Partner Violence in the LGBTQ+ Community

Last updated November 4,2022
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This resource discusses issues of intimate partner violence (IPV) that some readers may find sensitive. If you are experiencing IPV, please visit the CDC’s…

Bisexual, Transgender, Health & Aging, Communities of Color

Sexual Assault and the LGBTQ Community

Sexual violence affects every demographic and every community – including LGBTQ people. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), lesbian, gay and bisexual people experience sexual violence…

Bisexual, Coming Out

Resource Guide to Coming Out as Bisexual

Coming out is different for every person. For bisexual people, coming out can present some unique challenges. As bisexual people, we face skepticism and stereotypes about our sexuality, we are…

Bisexual, LGBTQ+ Youth, Coming Out, Transgender

LGBTQ+ Pride Flags

In the LGBTQ+ community, we signify our pride with flags. With many different identities in the community, there comes many different flags to know. We have collected all of the…

Bisexual, Health & Aging, Coming Out

Health Disparities Among Bisexual People

Far too many LGBTQ+ people face bias and discrimination when seeking health care, and as we continue to work to address this critical issue, it’s imperative to address the specific…

Bisexual, Allies, Coming Out, Transgender

Glossary of Terms

Many Americans refrain from talking about sexual orientation and gender identity or expression because it feels taboo, or because they’re afraid of saying the wrong thing. This glossary was written…

Bisexual, Transgender, Health & Aging, Coming Out

Coming Out to Your Doctor

Doctors, nurses, physician assistants, psychotherapists and other professionals treating you need to know about your sexual orientation and gender identity to give the best care possible.