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Research published by the Office of National Statistics showed that LGB people scored lower than heterosexual people when rating their own quality of life, life satisfaction, happiness and perception that the things they do in life are worthwhile.The largest differences in personal well-being were seen in anxiety.Bisexual people also recorded the lowest levels of happiness and life satisfaction in the three years leading up to December 2015.The transgender community was not included in the research because the study focused on sexual orientation, not gender identity.In honor of Bi Week, GLSEN and bisexual youth across the country took part in a Twitter chat last Friday, Bisexual Visibility Day, to discuss bisexual student experiences.The chat topped off a week of celebrating bisexuality through #ILove BIself, a campaign created by GLSEN's National Student Council dedicated to highlighting issues facing bisexual youth, promoting self-care and working to erase biphobia.Here's some beautiful #bivisibility & #bipride from #Wales.Remember: you can be #bisexual no matter the gender of your partner(s) (if any).
Download Episode Published 2019-02-24 Elizabeth, Amy, and Mick interview founder of the Bi Cast, Bi Net USA President, and 2018 PFLAG Queens Brenda Howard Award recipient and Lynnette Mc Fadzen. Continue Reading Published 2019-02-16 Elizabeth and Lynnette speak with Ashley Gallagher, writer of Manicita and the Songkeeper,featured in the upcoming LGBTQIA anthology, Shout Out, by TO Comix Press. Continue Reading Published 2019-01-24 Lynnette, Amy, and Elizabeth discuss bi visibility in video games with Mata Haggis-Burridge, Professor of Creative and Entertainment Games at Breda University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands.
Armen, a closeted bi-man, told his feelings about how the lesbian, gay, asexual and straight communities accept bi people.