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Imagining Bi+ Futures This Bi+ Visibility Day

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I’ll never forget the energy in the room at Sydney Bi+ Network’s first Bi+ Visibility Day event, BiLines, back in 2019. With standing room only at Redfern Town Hall, we gathered for our storytelling event to celebrate bi+ people and communities, our unique experiences, and joys.

At one point I remember making a beeline to the kitchen space adjacent to the room we hired to have a big cry. I was full of emotions I couldn’t hold in anymore, overwhelmed with deep love and gratitude for our community and how we cultivated a space to be our authentic selves.

However, I can vividly remember what it felt like to be myself unapologetically in the company of a vivacious community and to sit with the range of emotions that came with it all.

Though the next two BiLines looked and felt very different, being online for COVID, we still managed to recreate that bi+ magic we generated in the first year.

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