Thursday, November 12, 2015

Bisexual Awareness Week 2015 Results Are In!

Photo: Multicolored person holding bisexual pride flag, image by Garnet.

The laptop gurus and code ladies have done their magic and the final numbers for Bisexual Awareness Week are in!

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199 million people reached with bisexuality related tweets during #biweek 2015!

Over 120,000 individual tweets shared over a quarter of a billion times!

In comparison, last year we saw thousands of tweets for #biweek and half a million people reached with bisexuality's most popular hashtag #bivisibilityday. So this is a huge increase in social engagement surrounding bisexuality. 

In fact, there was so much awesomeness, we had to make a video of the data and popular images of the week.


Photo: #biweek data  on Google Drive Credit: BiNet USA

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Our thanks to all #biweek co-partners which included:

Human Rights Campaign
National LGBTQ Task Force
National Center for Lesbian Rights
Movement Advancement Project
National Black Justice Coalition
Bisexual Resource Center
Bisexual Organizing Project
Center for Culture, Sexuality, and Spirituality
Center Bi
LA LGBT Center
Los Angeles Bi Task Force
Bi Brigade
Extra special thanks to:
Zeke, Alexandra, Adriana, Brendan and everyone at GLAAD
Beth, Jay and all the awesome members of the Bi/Pan/Fluid/Queer Employee Resource Group at the Human Rights Campaign
Rea, Mark, Stacey, and everyone at the National LGBTQ Task Force
Dani, Erik, Alberto and everyone at the National Center for Lesbian Rights
Heron Greenesmith and Calla Rongerude at the Movement Advancement Project
Sharon, Isaiah and everyone at the National Black Justice Coalition
Jim, Jon, Joe, Matt and everyone at The LA LGBT Center
The Entire Bisexual Community but especially Lynnette McFadzen, Aud Traher, AJ Walkley, and the entire board of BiNet USA.
Cathy Renna and the whole Target Cue team!

And of course a national Bisexual Awareness Week would never have been possible without Sheri Atkinson and the University of California Davis LGBT Center which first launched a Bisexual Awareness Week for its students in 2008.


Some of the most popular images shared during #biweek are below! 

Photo: BiNet USA co-founder Robyn Ochs with GLAAD's Alexandra Bolles at the White House Bisexual Community Policy Briefing, 9/21/15. 

Photo: Bi Asian American advocate Joy Messinger (@joydelivery) holding bi pride flag 

Photo: HRC #biweek meme that says I am bisexual and I support equality. The Human Rights Campaign and GLAAD both launched new support resources for the bi, pan, fluid, queer (bi+) community during this year's Bisexual Awareness Week.

Bi advocate Laurel A McDonald (@lolo_potamus) created the hashtag #oneofus to draw attention to bi figures often erased in history. The picture of bisexual icon Freddie Mercury, lead singer of Queen, was one of the most widely shared.

Photo: Margaret Cho quote featured in GLAAD #biweek memes, see them all at

Photo: Person holding heart that looks like glitter bi flag 

Photo: Standing in front of the White House, Dr. Lauren Beach, Esq., Dr. Herukhuti and Heron Greenesmith, Esq., the policy coordinators for the Bisexual Community Policy Briefing at the White House. 

 Photo: Large A in bi colors. changed its logo to bi colors for the whole week! Thanks Advocate!

 Photo: Bi and Proud meme from the National Center for Lesbian Rights. NCLR held a Twitterstorm during #biweek to spread the word about the bi community and NCLR staffer and BiNet USA board member Dani Siragusa attended the Bisexual Community Policy Briefing at the White House and wrote about her experiences here.

Photo: The Movement Advancement Project launched a new bisexual infographic, and it ended up being one of the more popular shares of the week.

Photo: Bisexual superheroes including Constantine, Catwoman, and Wonder Woman in a comic drawing. 

Photo: Camille Beredjick (@cberedjick) at GLSEN was featured in an MTV News Story about being a bi millennial

Photo: The Human Rights Campaign hosted a Bisexual Community Health and Wellness event on 9/22 with a panel featuring Theresa Sparks, bi+ trans icon and Executive Director of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission and Khafra Abif, Black bisexual HIV/AIDS educator and writer.

Photo: RJ Aguiar joined Ian Harvie, Connor Manning and Kristina Wong at the LA Bi Task Force 6th annual Bi Arts Fest.

Photo: Bisexual actress Evan Rachel Wood helped kickstart #biweek with tweets centered around the Human Rights Campaign Bisexual Health Brief leading to coverage of bisexuality on Entertainment Tonight, US Magazine, People, and USA Today among others. Image Credit:

Photo: Images for multiple intersections of bisexuality, pansexuality, demisexuality, asexuality, gender identity and expression were also popular during #biweek. 

Photo: This year's #biweek logo was made by the talented Nikki Roszko of Darling Media Productions

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#biweek was made possible by the generous contributions of The Arcus Foundation