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Happy Bi Day!

SEPTEMBER 23RD IS CELEBRATE BISEXUALITY DAY!!!


Hooray for all bisexual, bi, fluid, ambi, pansexual men and women out there!

Hooray for all those who are not afraid to love whom they love, regardless of gender!



Famous Bis in History:

Alexander the Great
Marlon Brando
David Bowie
Margaret Cho
Kurt Cobain
Allen Cumming
Emily Dickinson
Ani DiFranco
Sophie B. Hawkins
Anne Heche
Angelina Jolie
Frida Kahlo
Alfred Kinsey
Calvin Klein
Fritz Klein
Madonna
Megan Mullally
Eleanor Roosevelt
Michael Stipe
Jeff Stryker

More bi celebrities: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_bisexual_people



Info about Celebrate Bisexuality Day:

Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celebrate_Bisexuality_Day



Bi Orgs/Resources in Los Angeles Area:

AMBI (A Meeting of Bi Individuals) Los Angeles: www.ambilosangeles.com

Biosphere @ the Los Angeles Center: http://www.lagaycenter.org/site/PageServer?pagename=YW_CT_Bisexual_Men_Women

Bi Chat @ the Long Beach Center: http://www.centerlb.org/aboutUs/useOfCenter.php

LABL (Los Angeles Bisexual List): http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LABL/



Bi Orgs/Resources in California:

Bay Area Bisexual Network (BABN): http://www.babn.org/

South Bay Bisexual Organizers and Activists (SOBOA): http://www.soboa.org/

Bi-Friendly San Francisco & East Bay: http://frap.org/bifriendly/

The Chasing Amy Social Club (SF area): http://www.chasingamysocialclub.com/

San Diego Bisexual Forum: http://www.biforumsd.org/

UC Davis Bi Visibility Project: http://lgbtrc.ucdavis.edu/?page_id=12



Bi Orgs/Resources on National Level:

BiNetUSA: http://www.binetusa.org/

Bisexual Resource Center: http://www.biresource.net/index.shtml

American Institute on Bisexuality (AKA Bisexual Foundation): http://www.bisexual.org/home.html

With pride,
Mimi Hoang, Ph.D.
Bi/fluid psychologist, researcher, educator, and activist

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