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Bisexual People

Bisexual people live in every state and are ethnically and racially diverse. More women identify as bisexual than men. Bisexual people are parents, teachers, athletes, writers, politicians, musicians, and artists. While bisexual people comprise more than half of the lesbian, gay, and bisexual population, violence, poverty, discrimination, and poor physical and mental health outcomes within the bisexual population—often at rates higher than their lesbian and gay peers—point toward an urgent need to provide services and support for this segment of the community.

The following resources offer an overview into the lives of bisexual Americans.

Report

Invisible Majority: The Disparities Facing Bisexual People and How to Remedy Them

September 2016 - Bisexual people are frequently swept into the greater LGB community, their specific disparities made invisible within data about the whole community. This report focuses on the “invisible majority” of the LGBT community, the nearly five million U.S. adults who identify as bisexual and the millions more who have sexual or romantic attraction to people of more than one gender.

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Snapshot: Bisexual in America

August 2015 - Stigma, legal inequality, and lack of bisexual-specific data contribute to poor outcomes for bisexual people in the United States. This infographic explores these three factors and their impact on bisexual peoples’ health, safety, employment, and economic security.

Report

Understanding Issues Facing Bisexual Americans

September 2014 - Co-authored by the Movement Advancement Project, BiNet USA and the Bisexual Resource Center, Understanding Issues Facing Bisexual Americans is a new resource offering an overview of the economic and health disparities facing the bisexual community, and recommendations for supporting bisexual people through advocacy, research and programming.