• One of the images posted to the #BiTwitter hashtag. (Twitter / @saleeeexx.)Source: Twitter / @saleeeexx.
Bi people from all around the world are sharing photos of themselves on Twitter to create visibility for bisexuality.
Chloe Sargeant

30 Mar 2017 - 11:16 AM  UPDATED 30 Mar 2017 - 11:16 AM

Bisexual people from all around the world are currently sharing photos of themselves and their stories on Twitter under the new trending hashtag, #BiTwitter.Β 

As well as fostering a heartwarming sense of global community, the hashtag also encourages bisexual people of all genders to claim online space in order to grow visibility of bisexuality, and gain acknowledgment and acceptance.

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Many users used the hashtag to simply share their thoughts, or clear up some common misconceptions of bisexuality:

And plenty of bisexual people posted images of themselves, and shared stories of their personal experiences:

Some users even used the hashtag to come out as bisexual to their loved ones and followers:

And some people just wanted to show their appreciation:

To see more from #BiTwitter, click here.

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