Brighton raises the flag for Bi Visibility Day


Council raised the Bi Pride flag from City Halls to mark Bi Visibility Day.

The flag was raised by Brighton and Hove City Council at Brighton Town Hall and Hove Town Hall to honor and celebrate the contributions of Bi communities to the city.

Councilor Steph Powell, co-chair of the Tourism, Equality, Communities and Culture Committee, said: “Brighton and Hove is a diverse city where we are committed to equality and inclusion for all.

“We are proud to raise the flag for Bi Visibility Day. It is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate different bi identities, raise the voices of bi people and demand positive change.”

Bi is an umbrella term used to describe a romantic and/or sexual orientation toward more than one gender.

Bi people can describe themselves using one or more of a variety of terms including, but not limited to, bisexual, pansexual, queer, and other identities.

The council emphasized its commitment to LGBTQ+ equality and support to communities harmed by hate crime, and encouraged anyone who has experienced antisocial behavior or hate incidents, harassment or distress because of their identity to report it to the police or community security team Report. Brighton raises the flag for Bi Visibility Day

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