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Power Bottom Appreciation Day and 32 other holidays you might not know about

Nick Duffy October 30, 2015

Today is Power Bottom Appreciation Day… or at least some people on the internet say it is.

As different groups vie for attention, the world is becoming increasingly crowded with days, weeks and months of all shapes and sizes.

From Star Wars Day (May the Fourth be with you!) to the self-descriptory Steak and Blowjob Day, there’s no shortage of things to remember.

Today, we’re declaring October 30 to be National Discussion of LGBT Holidays Day, and recapping the number of LGBT days/weeks/months you might not know about.

Here’s a number of holidays, real and imaginary, that LGBT people celebrate around the world…

January 25 – Peter Tatchell Day
February – LGBT History Month (Except US)
March 7-13 – LGBT Adoption Week
March 14 – Steak and Blowjob Day
March 26-30 – LGBT Health Awareness Week
March 29 – Anniversary of UK’s first same-sex marriages
March 31 – International Transgender Day of Visibility
April 1 – Anniversary of world’s first same-sex weddings
April 15 – Day of Silence
May 4 – Anti-Bullying Day
May 17 – International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBiT)
May 22 – Harvey Milk Day
May 24- Pansexual Awareness Day
June – Pride Month
June 28 – Christopher Street Day
June 28 – Anniversary of Stonewall riots
September 20-26 – Bisexual Awareness Week
September 23 – Bisexual Visibility Day
September 27 – National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
October – LGBT History Month (US)
October – National Bullying Prevention Month (US)
October 11 – National Coming Out Day
October 12-16 – Ally Week
October 15 – Spirit Day
October 19-25 – Asexual Awareness Week
October 26 – Intersex Awareness Day
October 30 – Power Bottom Appreciation Day
November 16-20 – Anti-Bullying Week
November 14-20 – Transgender Awareness Week
November 20 – Transgender Day of Remembrance
November 20-27 – HIV Testing Week
December 1 – World AIDS day
December 10 – Human Rights Day

It’s pretty clear: if you want to, you can celebrate LGBT rights all year round!

More: Gay, holiday, LGBT, Sexuality

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