What we're about

This group was created as a resource for developing community among the many people who fall under the m-spec* (bi+) umbrella (bisexual, pansexual, polysexual, biromantic, bi-curious, heteroflexible, etc) in the Tampa Bay area and those who support and love them. This group welcomes people of diverse genders, ethnicities, orientations, lifestyles, and beliefs.

This group will serve as source of events for m-spec people and their allies. Events will include social meeting and fun activity events of various types, activist meetings, and support group meetings. The people under the m-spec umbrella make up more than 50% of the LGBTQ+ population... Let's get together and celebrate!

We will plan events that are family friendly and events that are adult only. The event descriptions will tell if they are family friendly or not.

If you fall under the m-spec umbrella, think you may, know someone who does, are an ally, or are just curious, please join, come to an event and meet us! We welcome you regardless of your social status. Single, married, "it's complicated", with or without kids, or whatever. We understand that many of you are still not out to everyone and may not want your identity revealed publicly. We will always respect privacy and will never publicly identify a member without first obtaining consent. All members of this group must also agree to respect your privacy.

Be sure to join our Facebook group too! https://www.facebook.com/groups/2415062802082431/

If you would like to participate as an event organizer or have an idea for an event, please reach out to one of the organizers.

Special note: Unwelcomed solicitations will not be tolerated. Some women have expressed concerns about couples using this group as a tool to search for women to add as an unequal third in their relationship. Unicorn hunters, no hunting here, please.

*(M-spec is short for multi-sexual/multi-romantic attraction spectrum and refers to anyone who is attracted sexually, romantically, or in any other way, to people of more than one gender. I tend to use Bisexual+ or Bi+ instead of m-spec because most people are unfamiliar with the term m-spec.)

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