5 LGBT things you need to know today, Sept. 20

1. Just in time for Bisexual Awareness Week, Lord Ivar Mountbatten becomes the first out member of the British Royal Family after coming out as bisexual.

2. “Gender-fluid” has been added to the Oxford English dictionary.

3. “Good for her. Good for Charlotte. And good for the cause of civil rights.” The Charlotte News & Observer’s editorial board applauded Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts for standing firm Monday against Gov. Pat McCrory’s offer of a “reset” regarding the controversial anti-LGBT House Bill 2.

4. Mic takes a look at “Strut,” a reality show about transgender models.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: “I hope you understand what being transgender means. It doesn’t make me any less or any more. It makes me me. And no one can change that.” A 12-year-old trans student in Pennsylvania delivers a passionate speech about equality to local school officials after a cisgender teen complained about the district’s locker room policies.