Center Bi+ Community is intended for those who identify as bi, pan, fluid, or queer - who are seeking bi-friendly support and social events for meeting others like them. We serve the whole Northern VA, DC, MD (including Baltimore) region.
We welcome all of the LGBTQ community, including genderqueer, pansexuals, and allies. This follows the bisexual community definition, meaning mean romantic or sexual attraction to the "same gender or other genders." Thus this definition encompass attraction to all gender identities.
All are welcome. Bi-friendly friends and allied family members of bisexual members (including pansexual, fluid & others of the LGBTQ community) are also welcome.
Please note that this is NOT A SWINGERS or dating group for personal ads and cruising.
Those who post explicit material will be banned.
Applications with explicit material will be denied.
I'm loving this event so much I've decided to make it a monthly event!
Get out your yarn, needles and hooks and meet us for our monthly crochet and knitting circle. We will meet in the atrium of the Smithsonian American Art Museum the third Sunday of each month at 2. See you there!
This is a monthly event . It is an opportunity for people to gather and discuss issues related to bisexuality or as bi+/queer individuals in a private setting.
Typically we will meet on the Third Tuesday of each month, but that may change due to room availability. Please double check the exact date each month.
Hope you can join us!
Our meetings center the needs of trans, nonbinary, and questioning people. Allies are welcome; we expect all attendees to respect our safe space guidelines.
This workshop is an all-inclusive evening about sexual health. We will be talking about safer sex practices, how sexual orientation and gender identity affect our sexual health, the importance of finding the right healthcare provider for you, and an open discussion about whatever you’d like to ask! The workshop will be led by experts in sexual health to provide information and resources.
This event is free but you must register for the workshop on Eventbrite. The workshop is open to everyone. Please feel free to share with others.
Workshop will be held near NoMa-Gallaudet Station - location will be announced to those registered only.