Proud to be bi. Bisexual Pride march is to be held soon

Israeli drag queens and go-go dancers dance on a truck during the annual gay pride parade in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv on June 13, 2014. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ (Photo credit should read JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Tel Aviv Pride is set to take place this summer and it devotes itself to the visibility of the letter B in the LGBT community. They are not gays who are afraid to say so. They are not confused about who they are. They don’t become gay or straight depending on gender of the person they are currently dating with. They just love. Love people, not their gender. They deserve being visible and heard. They are bisexuals and they are proud of it. And Israeli capital Pride allows them to show it. The event, which is the largest LGBT event in the Middle East, takes place from June 3 in Israel. “Both in Israel and around the world, many bisexual people feel that they are an invisible group within the [queer] community,” said Efrat Tolkowsky, Tel Aviv-Yafo City Council Member in charge of LGBTQ Affairs, “Here in Tel Aviv, we are committed to celebrating each and every LGBTQ person and ally equally, so that we can all be out and proud together.”


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