That which was your biggest just simply take out of the meeting?The thing that was your part in case?

That which was your biggest just simply take out of the meeting?The thing that was your part in case?

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

The meeting also boasted attendance from high ranking federal governmental officials and representatives from national LGBTQIA organizations on Monday, September 23, over 30 leaders from the bisexual community attended the first ever White House Roundtable Discussion on Bisexuality in Washington, D.C. Spearheaded by BiNet USA and the Bisexual Resource Center. The historic time included talks regarding 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.

The thing that was your part in case?

Amy Andre: I happened to be the Team Leader when it comes to Health Team. We had been tasked with presenting on real health disparities faced by the bisexual community. Read more