Bisexual Alliance Victoria will be holding their annual dinner on Monday, 23 September for Celebrate Bisexuality Day.
All bisexual, pansexual, queer and friendly people are welcome to join us at the Lord Newry Hotel, in Fitzroy North, from 7pm.
About Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Also known as ‘Bivisibility Day’, Celebrate Bisexuality Day was first observed on 23 September in 1999 as as many felt bisexuality needs to be more visible and celebrated within a society that is primarily monsexual.1 This day has since gained increased recognition around the globe.
For the past 2 years, Bisexual Alliance Victoria has held a dinner for the day usually with at least 20 people attending.
“Celebrate Bisexuality Day is about coming together, celebrating our sexuality and raising awareness about people like us who are attracted to more than one gender”, said Rebecca Dominguez, President Bisexual Alliance Victoria.
“We often feel that the B in LGBTI remains silent, and so today is about raising our voices and saying, ‘we are here’.”
Date: Monday, 23 September 2013
Venue: Lord Newry Hotel, upstairs function room
543 Brunswick Street
There is an optional theme of wearing one or more colours of the bisexual flag: blue, purple and pink.
To RSVP, please send an email by the 21 September to firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on what is happening around the world, and previous years, can be found at the Bi Visibility Day website.
1 Wendy Curry, What’s in a name?