Bi Visibility Day, also known as International Celebrate Bisexuality Day, has been marked on September 23rd each year since 1999 to highlight biphobia and to help people find the bisexual community.
Bisexual Pride and Visibility is one of the Pride and Visibility Days we celebrate at Carolina.
Bisexual Visibility by The Pit
11am – 1pm in front of Lenoir Dining Hall
Join the Center Ambassadors as we celebrate Bisexual history, community, culture, and people! Take a photo with the Bisexual Flag, win candy or prizes for answering a trivia question from the Bisexual Ally Wheel, learn about influential Bisexual people, grab some swag, or just stop by to chat between classes.
“Birates” Bisexual Social
6:00pm – 8:00pm at Cobb Game Room
If you identify as part of the Bisexual community, you and your affirming loved ones are invited to join us in celebrating Bisexual pride by making your own “birate” flags. The Center will provide free dinner and cake. Meet new people or hang out in the introvert corner! If you require accommodations to participate, please contact us.
Bisexual Pride and Visibility is one of many Pride and Visibility Days observed by the LGBTQ Center at UNC-Chapel Hill.