Bristol Pride is one of many Prides with bi presences this summer – how about organising one at yours?
It’s Bristol Pride today!
Local bisexual group BiVisible will be bringing the pink, purple and blue to the festival. Why not join them and help swell the bi ranks?
The parade assembly point is Queen Square and BiVisible will be meeting from 10.30am to 11am at the corner of the square nearest the ‘Hole in the Wall’ pub. Look for the pink, purple and blue bi flag.
If you can’t make today’s march – or are already planning to march with another group – their next social meetup is this coming Monday at Café Kino on Stokes Croft, from 7pm (look for the purple teapot on their table).
More than sixty people marched in the bi section at LGBT Pride London this weekend.
It’s the largest bi group in many years, with a huge boost to bi visibility on the parade.
Tameside Pride is one of many Prides with bi presences this summer – how about organising one at yours?
Pride comes to Tameside this Saturday! And there will be a bi community stall as part of the proceedings.
Local bi group BiPhoria from just up the road in Manchester will be bringing the pink, purple and blue to the festival.
The first ever Tameside LGBT Pride is being held at the Broadoak & Smallshaw Community Centre, Broadoak Road, Ashton under Lyne this Saturday.
The bi stall will be there all Saturday afternoon. Drop by and say hello!
Edinburgh is just one of many LGBT Prides with bi presences this summer
Want to join the bis marching at Pride Scotia in Edinburgh this weekend?
To join bis and allies including people from local bi meetup Bi & Beyond, and national group Bi Scotland, meet up at the parade assembly point outside the Scottish Parliament buildings from from 11:30am on Saturday. Look for the bi flags and people wearing purple.
The march will set off promptly at noon and head towards the city chambers. There will be a break at the city chambers for speeches. Following the speeches it moves on to Bristo Square where you will find the afternoon’s entertainment, outside bar, BBQ and the Health and Community Fair in Teviot Row House.
There will also be a bi community info stall at the fair – even if you don’t make the parade, do drop by and say hello!
London is just one of many LGBT Prides with bi presences this summer
Want to join the bis marching at London LGBT Pride this year?
To join bis and allies from all the city’s bi groups and more besides, meet up between 12 noon and 12.20pm on Saturday 28th June, at Pret A Manger at the corner of Baker Street and Melcombe Street (211-213 Baker St, London NW1 6UY).
Dress code simple: wear purple if you can, but don’t worry about it if you don’t.
To help the organisers of the bi entry plan for numbers please consider signing up on the facebook event here.
Find out more about the parade route on the Pride London website here.