West Hollywood Hosts First Ever "Bi Pride"

History was made Saturday afternoon as the nation’s first bisexual pride celebration in the world was held in West Hollywood. It was sponsored by city.

The festivities included a bi visibility march and a party in the West Hollywood Auditorium, at which Mayor John Duran declared Saturday as “Bisexual Celebration Day” in the City of West Hollywood. Saturday’s festivities were capped by performances by spoken word performer Irene Suico Soriano and singer Torrey Mercer.

Tessa Thompson comes out as bisexual, says she loves Janelle Monae "deeply"

Tessa Thompson issued the tweet below clarifying the couple, relationship rumors regarding Janelle Monae. “Sometimes we cheer so loudly at someone speaking their truth, that we miss what they say,” she writes. “I didn’t say I was in a relationship. But I said lots of other things.”

Cardi B's Sister Hennessy Reveals She's Bi, Pregnant, and Has a Girlfriend

Cardi B‘s younger sister Hennessy Carolina is celebrating Pride Month with a special announcement.

The 22-year-old revealed she is bisexual on Instagram Wednesday in a caption of her and her girlfriend sharing a kiss in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

“If you can’t accept the B In LGBTQ.. (L)lesbian (G)ay (B)BISEXUAL (T)ransexual (Q)ueer, then please don’t speak up for the community if you can’t fully understand ALL of us!” Hennessy said.

Meet The Actor Playing A Bi Superhero In Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2, the much anticipated sequel to the 2016 smash film Deadpool, hits theaters on 18 May. The upcoming movie features a new character named Shatterstar, a bisexual X-Force member.

Played by British-Asian actor Lewis Tan, Shatterstar is a character pulled from the Marvel comics universe. In the comics, he is a genetically-engineered, dimension-hopping mutant hero. He is frequently paired with another male X-Man named Rictor. And yes, Shatterstar and Rictor kiss in the comic books.

Singer Harry Styles Comes Out As Bisexual On New Track

HARRY Styles says he "messes around" with men and women in a new song titled Medicine — a year after he said he wouldn't label his sexuality.

The singer, 24, premiered the track on his current tour, singing: “The boys and the girls are in, I’ll mess around with them, and I’m OK with it.”

Harry performed the unreleased track at AccorHotels Arena in Paris on Tuesday evening.

It comes ten months after he said he would not define his sexuality.