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Hey, it's #BiVisibilityDay and I just have this to say. I see you and I love you!

So does THIS one.
And THIS one.
Not to mention THIS one.
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what do you mean it's #BiVisibilityDay, I'm being ghosted by all my crushes 😔
Bi CuLtUrE iS bEiNg ReJeCtEd bY aLL gEnDeRs aT oNcE 💖💜💙
private accounts RTing me, hope you're doing well on this bi visibility day, my invisible bi babes 💞
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happy #BiVisibilityDay! 💙💖💜 remember to support and show up for all types of bi experiences today & everyday, even if they don't center (or even include) cute femme cis white women 🌈
I understand why it happens, but wow I have a lot of complicated and messy feelings around how bi discourse usually goes. Biphobia and the pain of being excluded from a community is VERY real, and there are absolutely experiences that are uniquely bisexual...
...BUT a lot of the time, conversations about bisexuality, by/for/centering bi people, tend towards a few trends that I (a fellow bi person) am not super fond of:
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1/ Quick thread. It’s #BiVisibilityDay, and so I thought I would mention what I call my “iceberg theory of bisexuality”: which is that for every openly bisexual person in your friends’ circle or workplace, there are likely a few others just below the surface.
2/ There’s still a lot of ignorance about bisexual people - I received a weapons-grade dose of it just the other week - so that’s why I am open about it. (I hope that the relevant individual, should they read this, is utterly ashamed of themselves.)
3/ Now and then I get messages from bisexual people, mostly men, who say that it’s helpful that I talk about this subject, so that’s mostly why I do it. We’ve got a lot of serious challenges facing this world so people should really be too busy to be ignorant, yet here we are.
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I'm a bi, cis, masc dude, in a relationship with a woman.

I am still queer. That part of me doesn't change.

It's also incumbent on me to recognize the ways my identity keeps me safe. Because I'm safe, it's my job to be public advocating for others' rights.

Folks like me are the first to get rights. We're also, often, the first to stop fighting for them.

Because we got ours, right?

But we only got ours on the backs of this whole community being there for us, and it would be the asshole move of the century to not be there in turn.
I'm safer. I'm harder to hurt.

I know that role. I've played games. That makes me the tank.

And the tank's job is to stand between the mobs and the squishy party members, and draw aggro.

Do your job, Tanks.
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Hey friends it's #BiVisibilityDay and you know what that means,,,

You are now legally obligated to look at me! ImageImageImageImage
Look at me, being all bi and visible
Dark-haired me is my evil shadow clone don't talk to him if you see him
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Today is #BiVisibiltyDay. In the chapter on lust in #7NecessarySins, I quote from one of my favourite lectures/essays by Black bisexual poet, intellectual and activist June Jordan. It is about the political and revolutionary power of bisexuality. #LGBTQ 🏳️‍🌈
"If you are free, you are not predictable and you are not controllable...," June Jordan.

The essay on the revolutionary potential of bisexuality & critique of gender is from 1991. You can read A New Politics of Sexuality…
“We must move out from the shadows of our collective subjugation - as people of color/as women/as gay/as lesbian/as bisexual human beings,” June Jordan, 1991. #BisexualVisibilityDay #BiVisibilityDay #LGBTQ 🏳️‍🌈
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Hi! Happy #BiVisibilityDay! Every year for the last 5 years I have said a version of the same thing. This year is no exception. Let's talk bisexuality! (short thread👇)
1) I am #bisexual. To me, this means I can be attracted to people who *are not* of my gender identity, as well as being attracted to people who *are* of my gender identity
2) it does not mean I erase non binary gender identities. The '2' implied by my use of 'bi' is 'like me' & 'not like me'
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23 Settembre: oggi è il #BiVisibilityDay, anche conosciuto come #InternationalCelebrateBisexualityDay

Settembre è il mese in cui si "celebra" la visibilità bisex. E oggi è il giorno in cui culminano queste celebrazioni. Image
La componente #bisex, la B di quell'acronimo che infastidisce molti, è una parte importante della nostra comunità.
Ed è anche una di quelle che subisce più stigma, stereotipi e discriminazione.
E ciò che è peggio è che molto spesso arrivano dall'interno della comunità #LGBT+.
Le persone bisex non sono irrisolt*, gay o lesbiche che si vergognano, traditori seriali ed opportunisti.
Semplicemente esistono persone che provano attrazione e sentimenti sia per uomini che per donne (siano essi cis o trans).

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Cette vidéo est vraiment géniale !
Je raconte jamais trop ma vie mais je peux dire que je suis bi et je me sens concernée par tous ces clichés !
Accepter que l'on a pas à choisir entre les genres c'est tout un périple et c'est important d'en prendre conscience ! 🌈
Er puis à part ça allez voir toutes les vidéos de @VivreAvec_ ! Non seulement vous apprendrez plein de choses, parfois vous serez révoltez mais souvent ça vous fera un bien fou !
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📏Lerp vs Slerp⭕

• Lerp interpolates in a straight line
• useful for interpolating positions

• Slerp rotates around (0,0)
• useful for interpolating directions

"But can't I just use lerp and normalize instead of slerp?"

for small angles, it might be good enough, but for large angles, their directions actually deviate quite a lot

here they are superimposed!
here's a bonus comparison between:

💙 = Vector Lerp
💜 = Vector/Quaternion Slerp
❤️ = Quaternion Lerp

(oh hey accidentally matched colors to #BiVisibilityDay 🎉)

also included the normalized version of vector lerp in faded blue!
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"Today is my first #BiVisibilityDay as a bi person who is out publicly. I am fortunate to come from a family that is very supportive of the LGBTQ communtity, and indeed I have two family members who are out and blazed the way. [1/13]
So I grew up knowing that if I came out as gay, I would be loved. Despite this, it still took until I was in my 30s for me to understand that I am bi. This is mostly because as a young cis woman, I knew I was attracted to men. [2/13]
Any feelings I had towards women, I put down to admiration. In addition, I didn’t know anyone who was bi, so I didn’t really question it. There were a few important moments in the TV shows I watched as a teenager that could that could have helped me... [3/13]
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