Resources for 7th Annual Bisexual Health Awareness Month

Movement Advancement Project
2 min readMar 9, 2020

Bisexual people make up more than half of the LGBTQ community, but receive minimal support and funding to tackle the major physical, emotional, & social health disparities they face at higher rates than their lesbian and gay peers — all pointing toward an urgent need to bring awareness to this oftentimes invisible population within the larger LGBTQ community.

Help MAP and our colleagues at the Bisexual Resource Center raise awareness this Bisexual Health Awareness Month (#BiHealthMonth). Now in its 7th year, #BiHealthMonth emphasizes the bisexual community’s resilience in the face of significant disparities. Because bisexual people are frequently swept into the greater lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) community, their specific disparities are all too overlooked within data about the whole community.

To help raise awareness about the unique challenges facing the bisexual community and their resilience, MAP has a number of resources that highlight why #BiHealthMonth is vital, including:

TAKE ACTION

Be sure to join the conversation on social media! Throughout the month of March, the campaign will run on the Bisexual Resource Center’s Twitter at @BRC_Central using the hashtag #BiHealthMonth. MAP will also be elevating resources and content on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

To learn more about Bisexual Health Awareness Month, visit:
www.bihealthmonth.org/2020-campaign

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