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People Are Sharing Beautiful Selfies To Celebrate The Bisexual Community On Twitter

People are sharing selfies, coming out stories, and a whole lotta pride for the bisexual community.

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If you've been hoping and praying that #BiTwitter would have its moment, like many identity-focused hashtags have in the past, today is your lucky day.

Twitter user @quietseaturtle1 may have kicked off the #BiTwitter hashtag, tweeting it out just a few days before the hashtag began trending on Wednesday evening.

"I tweeted after seeing what people think about bisexuality on different social media," the Twitter user told BuzzFeed News. "People would say that we were cheaters or 'fake gays' especially to those in a straight relationship. I just want positivity."

People were quick to join in on the action by sharing selfies, words of encouragement, and a whole lot of pride for a community that is so often overlooked.

So many beautiful selfies.

Seriously, there are a lot.

@baaastee

And by Wednesday evening, the hashtag was officially trending.

According to the hashtag's Twitter Moment, it was created to "encourage bisexual people to share their pictures and stories in order to gain visibility and acceptance."
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According to the hashtag's Twitter Moment, it was created to "encourage bisexual people to share their pictures and stories in order to gain visibility and acceptance."

People had a lot of emotions browsing through all the submissions.

After all, a Twitter party is one you can never show up late to.

@its_Lorenzooooo

The memes were shared...

@aerwreckah

... the stereotypes were debunked...

... and coming out stories were shared.

@annaborges

But also, the selfies.

There are so many.

Each one more beautiful than the one before.

@ryxntx

(same.)

Me looking at all the pretty people posting under #BiTwitter

Check out the hashtag for yourself right here.