Taimi Celebrates Bisexuality Week With A Spotlight On Top Bisexual Celebrities And Bloggers

Taimi’s five brightest Bisexual celebrities you need to know

Taimi celebrates World Bisexual Day and Bisexuality Week with a spotlight on five brightest Bisexual celebrities and bloggers making positive contributions to the world.

Taimi defines a Bisexual person as someone who has a sexual experience with, or even just attractions, to people of more than one gender.

Lilly Singh, comedian, entertainer, actor, and author

Photo credit: Lilly Singh / YouTube

The YouTube and TV star has crafted a brilliant career for herself with a reported net worth of more than $10 million. At 31, Singh made history by being the only female late-night host on a major network. Before her rise to stardom and being listed on Forbes top 10 highest-grossing YouTubers in 2017, the superwoman has been a familiar face in the LGBTQ+ community. But in 2019, she eventually embraced her sexuality by publicly identifying herself as a Bisexual.

Frank Ocean, singer, songwriter, record producer, photographer, and visual artist

Credit: Frank Ocean på Øya-festivalen i 2012 av Per Ole Hagen/NRK P3. CC BY NC SA 2.0

The multi-talented hip-hop genius kept the media talking for weeks when he came out as Bisexual in 2012. Ocean, known for his unique musical style, thoughtful songwriting, unconventional production techniques, and wide vocal range, is the Bisexual rapper in history.

One of the most acclaimed artists of his generation, Ocean is a Grammy-winning star and a sought-after collaborator for Jay-Z, ASAP Rocky, and Travis Scott. He continues to use his influence and platform to support the Black LGBTQ+ music community.

Auli’i Cravalho, American actress and singer

Photo credit: Auli’i Cravalho (@auliicravalho) / Twitter

Auli’i Cravalho, best known for her role in 2016 Disney Studio’s CG-animated feature film, Moana, recently came out as Bisexual. Moana’s 19-year-old star delighted over 100,000 of her TikTok followers when she popped the news in April. Lip-synching to an Eminem song, Auli’i referenced being bi and made a telling sign to accentuate her message. And Twitter users received her message positively, with over 4,000 likes on the tweet of her coming out.

Nicole Kristal, activist, author, and blogger

Photo credit: Nicole Kristal (@NicoleKristal) / Twitter

Nicole Kristal created Still Bisexual in 2015 after growing frustrated with the lack of social acceptance for bisexuals. Kristal filmed a video of herself and two bisexual friends, flipping handwritten cards to music, discussing how they came to realize their bisexual orientation was lifelong and that they were, in fact, still bisexual. The #StillBisexual Social Media campaign took off, leading to coverage in NBC News, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, The Advocate, The Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, and The Daily Beast. Following this success, the Human Rights Campaign listed Still Bisexual as a “must-have resource” for bisexual health. Still Bisexual now has more than 100 videos of bi+ people of all ages, races, and gender identities flipping handwritten cards, outlining their self-acceptance journey, and has nearly 20,000 followers on Twitter and Facebook.

Shane Dawson, American YouTuber, actor, writer, comedian, director, make-up artist, and musician

Photo credit: Shane Dawson (@shanedawson) / Twitter

Dawson announced his bisexuality almost to 7 million people that subscribed to his YouTube channel in 2015, now over 21 Million. Dawson expressed gratitude to lesbian YouTuber Ingrid Nilsen for opening up about her sexuality, tweeted, “Your video changed my life. Thank you, Ingrid.” Following his announcement as a Bisexual, the wildly successful YouTube star found love with boyfriend Ryland Adams. Dawson has two New York Times best-selling books to his name. His YouTube channel has grossed over 5 billion views and remains one of the most active channels.