Are you a bisexual person planning to attend the NY Pride parade? If so make sure you get the bi-pride flag.
Pride is one of the best celebrations for the LGBTQ. During the NYC Pride parade, you’ll see so many different types of LGBT persons including gay furries, lesbians, and transgender. One group within the LGBTQ community that is sometimes overlooked is bisexuals. In this post, I’ll discuss the bi-pride flag.
What is Bisexuality?
There are more than 11 types of sexualities including alloromantic , allosexual, androsexual, aromantic, asexual, autoromantic, autosexual, bicurious, biromantic, bisexual, demiromantic, demisexual, gay, gynesexual, heteroromantic, heterosexual, homoroantic, homosexual, lesbian, monosexual, multipsexua, panromantic, polysexual, queer/ Bisexuality is an attraction to more than 1 gender.
Bi Pride Flag
The bi flag was created by Michael Page and represents bisexuality and those who identify as such within LGBTQ communities. Bisexuals are persons attracted to two genders. The bi flag has two colors, pink (for same-sex) & blue (for the opposite sex).
The rainbow flag is the most popular flag for LGBTQ persons. It represents the unity of the LGBTQ community. The flag was created in 1978 by Gilbert Baker and has gone through many revisions over time. The rainbow flag has the colors red (life), orange (healing), yellow (sunlight), blue (serenity), green (nature), and violet (spirit).
I hope by now you understand the bisexual community. If you want to know more about the LGBTQ community subscribe to this blog.