Bi Visibility Week at Cynon Valley Museum
The celebration was established in 1999 to promote cultural acceptance of people who identify as bisexual and create a platform to advocate for advocating for Bisexual rights
Spaces are limited, to book your place email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance, we look forward to you joining us for this conversation.
I am Rania (she/her) and I identify as bisexual. I grew up in Athens in a Turko-Egyptian family. I came to the UK in 2011; I joined Glitter Cymru in 2016. I am Glitter’s Educational Officer/Committee Member. Currently, I am an ESRC-funded Doctoral Researcher in the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University; my research focuses on queer asylum in Wales. In my spare time, I like being outdoors – hiking or travelling.
My name is Vaneet Mehta, pronouns He/Him, and I am an Indian bisexual man born and raised in Southall, West London. I work as a Software Engineer, but in my spare time I work within the LGBTQ+ community. I volunteer for Rainbow Films and Middlesex Pride and co-founded The AmBIssadors, a bisexual YouTube channel. I am also an avid writer, having been featured in GMFA, Metro UK, Unicorn Magazine and The Bi-ble Volume 2, a bisexual anthology. I created the #BisexualMenExist hashtag and am currently writing a book on bisexual men.
Dan Vo is the project manager for the Queer Heritage and Collections Network. He developed LGBTQ+ Tours for the V&A Museum, University of Cambridge Museums and Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Caerdydd National Museum Cardiff.
Ele founded Bi Cymru in 2007 and local Bi Swansea and Bi Cardiff groups in 2009. She has been a Bi activist since 2004 and is involved in the UK Bi activists and bi communities, as well as running the bi groups in Wales.
Fennec (they/them) is a counsellor, artist, youthworker, in addition to their role with Project Unity. They identify as queer more specifically genderqueer, bisexual and disabled.