By: Amy Andre, Lauren Beach, and Sarah Young.Hear straight from Point Scholars and Alumni.

On Monday, September 23, over 30 leaders through the bisexual community went to the very first ever White House Roundtable Discussion on Bisexuality in Washington, D.C. Spearheaded by BiNet USA therefore the Bisexual site Center, the conference also boasted attendance from high standing federal government officials and representatives from nationwide LGBTQIA organizations. The day that is historic conversations exactly how HIV/AIDS, psychological state, real wellness, hate crimes, workplace discrimination, and domestic physical physical violence effect bisexual communities.

Day current Point Scholar Sarah Young (‘11) and Point Alumni Amy Andre (‘07) and Lauren Beach (‘06, ‘09) attended the event and share with ViewPoint their perspectives and experiences of being at the White House on Celebrate Bisexuality.

That which was your role in case?

Amy Andre: I became the Team Leader for the Health Team. We had been tasked with presenting on real wellness disparities faced by the bisexual community. Continue reading