What we're about
The goal of this Meetup is to build a vibrant and visible bisexual community and to create a safe support network, for ALL Bisexual, Non-Monosexual, Queer-identified, Pansexual, and Fluid persons. If you are attracted to more than one gender, even if you don't label yourself as any of the above, you are welcome to join.
We promote, in both the heterosexual world and the lesbian, gay, transgendered community, the understanding and acceptance of bisexuality as one of many valid sexual identities. We believe in the right of all people to define their own sexuality, free from any social, political, or economic coercion. We seek to provide a safe place to explore all aspects of our sexual orientation and identity. We will achieve these goals through educational speakings, support groups and social events.
FYI: This is not a dating site. Soliciting a member’s phone number without really knowing them is NOT OK. Sexual advances will not be tolerated. This is a safe space where our members can come for support, to make friends and build community. If during the course of this exchange people become friends outside of the group, that is fine as long as both people are comfortable with it and it is done in a respectful and none aggressive way. But I want to make clear that it should not be your goal when joining our group. There are other groups for that. This is for community building, support and gathering a great group of bifriends and allies to share activities with each other without pressure.
***If you are a couple, swinger, looking for a bisexual person to add to your relationship, this is not the place for you! If you don't take bisexual issues seriously, this is not the place for you!***
***Also, this is a closed group, meaning that ONLY people from our Bi-Community are welcome to attend our activities, unless otherwise specified. We reiterate that this is a place for bisexual people to come together and share their experiences, thoughts and feelings. To do so in front of other mono-sexual (staright, gay) people can be difficult, intimidating and could be counterproductive. We have done meet-ups in the past where we encourage loved ones, bi-allies and friends who are supportive of us to come and share, but we always let everyone know beforehand, in case someone feels uncomfortable with this they can choose not to come. Again, safety and comfort is something VERY important for our group.
We encourage the free flow of ideas but we will not tolerate trolling or harassing other members. If anyone makes unwarranted advances or makes you feel uncomfortable let us know so we can address it promptly. Thanks :-)