This group is a safe and friendly social environment for those who identify as bisexual, who are partners with someone who is, or who are just plain curious or supportive, to meet, hang out, chat, enjoy company, and feel part of a community. People of all abilities, religions, sexualities, and genders welcome as long as you respect other members and their identities. Please keep your main profile picture for this group family-friendly or you will be removed or (for repeated offences) banned; we are not a swingers or nudists group. Although we have occasionally had outings to 'alternative' events (a couple of fetish club visits, transgender club nights, even pancake restaurants - shock!).
Meetup turnout is strong (reliably >50 for the monthly bar socials, usually 10-30ish or more for most other official meets), ALWAYS with many new faces at every meet. We also post community events run by other London bi groups and as a member you can suggest your own event ideas for us or tell us of relevant events we should check out.
Thanks all for your time, energy and presence; and remember - 80% of getting anything out of it is about showing up and taking part, so turn up to a few events (or create an event if you want more variety, anything social, others/the organiser may help plan/run it). You're sure to have fun! No need to be nervous, its a regular social group. If you have a commercial event to advertise - best to talk to me first (organiser John), spam will not be tolerated.
Get a star! Some members have a star '★' or black mark '∎' under their name (in their title), this is to celebrate our best contributing members (the "stars", ordinary members who've run great events!); or to hint (with a black (square) mark) that someone failed to respect the group enough - usually by not turning up for a pre-booked/ticketed event without letting us know or apologies, and shouldn't be relied on too much. Black marked members will not have guaranteed space at any booked event until they redeem themselves (getting the mark removed) by showing up enough, and might not be trusted to run events. Starred members are just awesome, cool and generally reliable people and committed to the group! Go along to their events/say hi!