Today, Thursday 23rd September, is Bisexual Visibility Day – a day to recognise and celebrate bisexual people, the bisexual community, and the history of bisexuality.
Allies often ask what can I do to show that I am supportive or how can I be better at inclusive language? Sharing your own pronouns and asking others what they are is one of the easiest ways to create safety and inclusion for others.
Ten years ago Wear it Purple day began as a visible way to show rainbow youth we accepted them fully both at work and as an important part of society.
I think it’s fair to say organisations want to attract, retain and develop the best talent possible.
Research for Pride in Diversity revealed younger same-sex attracted women were less likely to be out in the workplace.
Black Rainbow has delivered incredible impact to date, supporting dozens of events and writers. It’s all about bringing community out, and supporting them to live proud, and connected.
Who is Mardi Gras really for these days, and why do we need it?
Tomorrow night thousands of people will converge on Oxford Street to enjoy the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade. It marks the climax of one of Sydney’s most popular…
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