Stop blocking the word "bisexual" from instant search results.
  • Petitioned Google's Technical Staff

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Google's Technical Staff

Stop blocking the word "bisexual" from instant search results.

    1. Sara Senft
    2. Petition by

      Sara Senft

      Hartford, CT

Google has been a long-time supporter of LGBT equality causes. Blocking this term does not reflect inclusiveness and allows a common myth of bisexuality--that it doesn't really exist--to continue. 


As a member of the bisexual community, this hits me personally.  I have been subjected to plenty of misconceptions and stereotypes.  Blocking access to information will only perpetuate biphobia. 


Or imagine teenagers and young adults who think they might be bisexual turning to Google for information.  What would they find?  What would it make them think?


Imagine this, too:  You are a parent whose child just came out as bisexual.  You turn to Google to look up information on how to best support your son/daughter.  However, you run in to roadblocks, limiting what you find.  What would that be like for you?


I believe that Google has a responsibilty to fully reflect its support for the LGBT community and advancing our equality.  With the block still in place, only partial equality is reflected. 


By signing this petition, you are asking Google to more fully reflect its commitment to supporting the LGBT community.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 750 signatures
    2. Reached the halfway point!

      Sara Senft
      Petition Organizer

      We're just over the halfway point! Thank you to everyone who has signed so far. Let's keep the momentum going!

    3. Reached 500 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Monica Lefebre WIEN, AUSTRIA
      • about 2 years ago

      Fuehle mich persoenlich auch zutiefst angegriffen und moechte mich sehr dafuer einsetzen!

    • Shannon Holland SAINT PETER, MN
      • about 2 years ago

      I'm bisexual and proud! Please stop the biphobia!

    • devil 666 US, CA
      • about 2 years ago


    • malcolm smith SUNDERLAND, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago


    • Raul Alaniz KINGSVILLE, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      It's simple. Fair is fair, and whether or not it's true that "life is not fair," we as humans ought to strive for fairness every day.


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