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Advanced Bi+ Allyship: Going Beyond the “Bi”nary

Beginning the ally journey can take a lot of introspection about (un)conscious biases—and that work must continue to become a more advanced ally. Participants in this session will learn more about common myths and stereotypes about people who are bisexual+ discuss advanced bi+ ally behaviors, and continue the conversation about how organizations can grow to be even more inclusive of colleagues who are bi+.

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Course Length

90 minutes (in-person or hybrid), 60 minutes (online)

Who this course is for

Audiences who have gone through PFLAG’s “Bi+ 101 Allyship: How to Not Let Things Fall Bi the Wayside” workshop

Download a one page PDF that includes information about this learning session.

It is important for allies to understand and have the ability to dispel common myths and stereotypes about people who are bi+ so that they are able to stand up to anti-bi+ bias wherever it occurs. Leveraging PFLAG’s 50 years of experience as the nation’s original ally organization, this session will:

  • Review bi+ terminology and some of the challenges that people who are bi+ face
  • Unpack common myths and stereotypes about people who are bi+, how to push back when they come up, and ways to move beyond them
  • Consider advanced ally behaviors to continue your journey towards being a bi+ super ally
  • Suggest next steps that organizations can take to ensure that people who are bi+ feel included
  • Connect with organizations led by, and resources created for, individuals with bi+ identities