Because you are Bi-Sexy and you know it.
Seventies styled retro writing BiSexy Bi Pride / Bi Visibility shirt design featuring the bi pride colors in a 70’s styled font with stars. Bi Sexy for sure.
Two hearts. One in the LGBT pride rainbow colors and one in the Bi pride colors to show how you fit withing the LGBT. This design is done in a soft pastel style and was made with a white or very light background in mind. The colors will not look right if you order this design on a dark shirt.
There are plenty of slang terms for bisexuals. Some are insulting, some funny, and some are actually kinda cool. Very few actually fit bisexuality though. One that does is VERSATILE. To be versatile is to be able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities. It is to be flexible, and multifaceted. That is a very good way to explain how many bisexuals see themselves. Bisexuals are versatile. So, here we have the word VERSATILE done with bi pride colors and with an underline also done in the bi pride colors just to make sure people get it if they know what those colors stand for.
We made this one after someone requested it for a button design.
Why a Bisexual Awareness Ribbon? Bisexual visibility is very important and bisexual erasure is so common that it seems a plague. Awareness ribbons are well known and understood. The ribbon itself is synonymous with the idea of awareness. When people see ribbons of different colors that they don’t know they often ask “what is that?” When they see colors they do know it sets them thinking about the subject. It was suggested to us that a bisexual awareness ribbon pin in the bisexual pride colors would be cool. We went with a cartooned drawing style to make it pop easily and give it a playful look. Bisexuality exists, bisexuality is real and natural. Bisexual erasure isn’t cool, biphobia is bad. Educate yourself and educate others on the subjects bisexuals must deal with on a regular basis. Spread the awareness.
Three little cartoon styled penguins each in one of the colors of the bi pride flag with hearts above. The message is “bi love” and the center penguin’s heart contains the bi bride overlapping triangles symbol. Cute, fun, and all about bisexual visibility.
Though this design isn’t really part of our Bi Nature project because we didn’t do a version that specifically says “Bi Nature,” it still represents the idea because do practice bisexual behavior.
Many penguins have long been looked at as a species that sometimes practices homosexual behavior. Turns out however that what we had from the science community in this case was a big batch of bisexual erasure.
Though the “homosexual activity” was documented heavily in many types of penguins the scientist always seemed to neglect the fact that these “homosexual” penguins who would often return to “heterosexual behavior” and then sometimes back to “homosexual behavior,” and maybe back again… are in fact bisexual.
Sadly a lack of understanding and education often results in such mislabeling when people study the animal kingdom.
Happily I really doubt the penguins themselves care about how humans label them though.
Anyways, we made this shirt design for it’s cute and fun factor above anything else.
If you happen to be bi and also happen to think penguins are cute as all get out… this shirt is for you!
Sometimes we want to be a bit more subtle than others. A giant bi pride flag doesn’t always need to be waved around every second of the day, but visibility is important.
This is simple and to the point. A check-mark in a bi pride colors pattern that basically says “I’m bisexual and proud of it” without actually saying a word.
Bisexual in the house?
Oh yes… Check! √
I think this one is a bit self explanatory, but just in case you haven’t heard the phrase before it is a very common one.
I personally have heard it a million times (Yes, slight exaggeration there) from bisexuals as a humorous way to say “hey, I’m bi.”
I’ve also heard it (lest often, but still many times) as a derogatory comment towards bisexuals from both straight people and gays and lesbians.
This shirt was designed with the idea of being fun and lighthearted. An easy way to say “I’m bi.” It serves as a humorous and non hostile bit of bi visibility and also in the case of people who have used the phrase in a derogatory manner… it takes that phrase back so it doesn’t seem a good insult anymore.
The design features crossed bats and a distressed sport styled font to match the wooden bats that reads “I Bat For Both Teams.”
Though this one wasn’t designed specifically with ball players in mind it is doubly fun for someone if they happen to be softball, fastpitch, hardball, baseball type fans or players.