• NYC 4th Tuesday Bisexual+ Self-Care and Discussion Group by SideBiSide

    The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

    OUR MEETINGS ARE SUSPENDED AS LONG AS THE CENTER IS CLOSED DURING THIS CRISIS. BE SAFE, STAY HOME AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. LOVE TO YOU ALL. SideBiSide is a friendly warm and acceping Bisexual+ Discussion Group for all people under the Bi+ Umbrella, that provides a Safe Space for our Community based on principles of Consent, Rotating Leadership, and the Democratic Process. Our goal is to support Healing from Biphobia and Advocate for Greater Acceptance and Empowerment. We meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 7 PM to 8 PM at the big main NYC LGBT Center (https://gaycenter.org) in the West Village. And it will be followed afterwards by a convivial Much at the nearby Good Stuff Diner (https://www.goodstuffdiner.com) on West 14th Street. We are asking for a $5 (more if/less if) Donation to help support our group, but please be assured that no one will ever be turned turned away for financial reasons. ❤️💜💙 Looking forward to seeing everyone at our meetings ❤️💜💙

  • Westchester NY 4th Tuesday Bisexual+ Discussion & Support Group at the LGBT LOFT

    Come join your peers from Westchester County and the surrounding areas (hello Bronx, Connecticut, Orange and Putnam Counties) for our long-running lively, friendly facilitated discussion group. Our group is for ALL people (cisgender, transgender/gender non-conforming, and not-quite-sure people) as well as people who fall on different places along the monogamous to polyamorous dimension. As long as you inhabit the space between totally straight and totally gay somewhere (i.e., bisexual+/non-monosexual queer, same-gender-loving, bicurious, questioning and bi-friendly). People who wish to understand their bisexual+ loved ones are also welcome. This group is for people over 18. It is NOT a hook-up group. As the name says, we meet to talk about bisexual issues. People whose behavior makes other group members uncomfortable will be asked to leave. The group meets at The LOFT LGBT Community Center (http://www.meetup.com/TheLOFTLGBTCenter/)​ in White Plains, Westchester County, New York at 7:30 PM on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month. Even if you can't always make it to the group meetings in person, please join us on line (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BiDiscussion/), ask questions, chat, make some "net-friends" and keep up with what is happening in the Westchester County and surrounding bisexual community.

  • VIRTUAL Brooklyn 4th Wednesday Bisexual+ Social & Discussion Group by BiRequest

    ***VIRTUAL MEETING INFO*** https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82960780812 Meeting ID:[masked] Join BiRequest's Social and Discussion group for ALL who self identify as Bisexual+, Biromantic+, MSpec (Multi-gender Attraction Spectrum) and otherwise Queer-identified or Questioning regardless of Labels or the Lack of them ... for ALL folx of every Gender & Gender Presentation including but not limited to Cis, Genderfluid, Intersex, Nonbinary, Trans, and more at our regular Brooklyn Meetings held every 3rd Friday of each month from 6-8 pm at the Brooklyn Community Pride Center a part of the Bed-Stuy Restoration Center complex, and a short walk from the Nostrand Avenue A·C subway stop, & the B44 or B43 bus lines to Fulton Ave (https://goo.gl/maps/2U8hf8QsdB62). The meetings are Moderated and focused on a Discussion Topic that is generated with input from the folks around the circle (nb. we do also hold space for folks who might need to deal with an issue in the moment). We work hard to foster a safe space for non-judgemental peer support while actively valuing racial and gender diversity, sex- and body-positivity, as well as the litany of intersecting identities that folks walk into the room embracing. We welcome spouses and allies to join us at our twice-monthly meetings to discuss a topic around issues related to our lived experiences as “the silenced majority” in the LGBTQ+ realm. CW: Please note that BiRequest discussions can involve sensitive topics. For anyone who is triggered by anything in the discussion or needs to discuss a personal matter, multiple BiRequest facilitators will be available at the meetings. Please talk to one of us. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ▼ About Us BiRequest (www.birequest.org) has existed in one form or another, serving the New York City metropolitan area, since the early 1990's. We're a community-based support and discussion group serving the metro NYC area... all volunteer run, open to bi+ identifying folx and our allies. We're all folx who've been there. We know what it's like to be ostracized, set aside and erased as bisexual people. We are folx who identify as pansexual, same-gender loving people, sexually and affectionately fluid. We are the B in LGBT. We are a multi-racial and many gendered and variously sex'd people. We are uniquely challenged and able in many different ways. We work towards the realization of our collective liberation. ▼ Follow Us Online ☛ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BiRequest ☛ Twitter: https://twitter.com/birequestnyc ▼ Join the discussion! ☛ We meet in Manhattan, at NYC's LGBT Community Center on West 13th Street on the 1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of every month. ☛ We meet in Brooklyn, at Brooklyn's LGBT Community Center off Fulton Street near the Restoration Plaza on the 3rd Friday of every month. ▼ On the social side! Join us for cocktails... or come for a movie night ☛We meet for no-agenda socials at a rotation of queer bars on the 2nd Wednesday and 4th Friday of every month. ☛ We meet as movie lovers and queer eyes on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. We're always looking for events and activities to gather us all together. Wanna help?? Email us! info (at) BiRequest (dot) org Like what we do? Interested in helping create other social events? Please let us know, and we'll get to work to build an even stronger bi+ community in NYC. ▼ BiRequest a place where the Bi+ Community meets in NYC! ▼

  • Middlesex CT Bisexual+ Discussion Group at the Middletown 1st Church of Christ

    First Church of Christ, Congregational

    Welcome to our regular Middlesex CT Bisexual+, Biromantic+ Queer, & Questioning, Discussion and Support Group which is held every Fourth Wednesday of the Month at 6PM at the First Church of Christ, Congregational in Middletown, CT. People of all ages, religious backgrounds, ethnicities/races, genders & gender presentations (including cis, genderfluid, intersex, nonbinary, trans, etc.) are all most sincerely welcomed to attend. Bring YOUR Topic for Discussion and make new friends and see old ones! Plus Pizza is will be provided! The church is opposite the Middlesex Corporate Center and Klekolo Coffee Shop. The Rainbow Flag hangs proudly outside as you see in the picture. Use the side entrance. Street parking is free after 6pm. You can also park in the Liberty Bank lot which is on Court St. before you reach the Church (there are signs that say parking only for bank business, but the bank is closed in the evening so it's no problem to use that lot). Looking forward to seeing everyone there. 💗💜💙

  • New Haven CT Bisexual+ Social

    Online event

    Hey Friends, We usually meet at the New Haven Pride Center, but for social distancing we are meeting via zoom. Please join your neighbors and friends every 4th Saturday of the month from 1:30 PM to 3 PM the New Haven Pride Center's Monthly Bisexual+, Biromantic+ and otherwise Queer-identified Social & Discussion Group. Also make sure to check out our online community Bisexual+ Connecticut (www.facebook.com/groups/[masked]/) on Facebook for Info, Articles, and many other great Events and Gatherings. Topic: Bi+ Social/Support Group Time: Sep 26,[masked]:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82782341996?pwd=WU8wM1V2aFBjUm9WUkdQYWRQdGk2dz09 Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]#,,,,,,0#,,428828# US (Chicago) [masked],,[masked]#,,,,,,0#,,428828# US (New York) Dial by your location [masked] US (New York) Meeting ID:[masked] Passcode:[masked] Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcIebzkKbO

  • New Haven CT 4th Saturday Bisexual+ Social Group at the New Haven Pride Center

    Please join your neighbors and friends every 4th Saturday of the month from 1:30 PM to 3 PM the New Haven Pride Center's Monthly Bisexual+, Biromantic+ and otherwise Queer-identified Social & Discussion Group. This event is for ALL Folx of every Gender & Gender Presentation whenever you fall on the Gender Spectrum including Cisgender, Genderfluid, Genderqueer, Intersex, Nobinary, & Trans Folx who self identify as being on the Multi-gender Attraction Spectrum (MSpec) ie BiPlus, Same-gender Loving (SGL), Queer & Questioning along with your friends and allies. Also make sure to check out our online community Bisexual+ Connecticut (www.facebook.com/groups/[masked]/) on Facebook for Info, Articles, and many other great Events and Gatherings. Looking forward to seeing you all here 💗💜💙

  • VIRTUAL Bi+ Multi Arts Reading! by Bisexual Book Awards

    Sat, Sept 26, 7pm-9pm EDT, with Q&A to follow The Bi Writers Association presents: Award-winning authors of the Eighth Annual Bisexual Book Awards will read from their books, with musical interludes by bi+ singer-songwriters. Art inspired by the books will be displayed. The Multi-Arts Reading will be followed by Q&A of the authors. This event is in celebration of Bi Visibility Week. Zoom Link will be available on MeetUp shortly before the event for people who have RSVPed as attending. Check our FB Event page or our website for links to Zoom instructions and streaming closer to the date. : https://www.facebook.com/events/353959722430548/ Article about performers on our website: http://www.biwriters.org/ Contact info for questions: biwritersassoc (@) gmail (dot) org ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Program: Hosted by Sheela Lambert and Michael-David Gordon Featuring Readings by: Fiction Winner: Naamah by Sarah Blake, Riverhead Books / Penguin Random House Non-Fiction Winner: From Psychoanalytic Bisexuality to Bisexual Psychoanalysis: Desiring in the Real, by Esther Rapoport, PsyD, Routledge Poetry: Colonize Me by Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley, Saturnalia Books Bi Writer of the Year Winner: Lot’s Wife: An Erotic Retelling, by Rosalind Chase, Underhill Press Speculative Fiction Winner [Bi-fi/Sci-fi/Fantasy/Paranormal/Horror/Etc.]: Shatter the Sky by Rebecca Kim Wells, Books for Young Readers/Simon & Schuster Teen/Young Adult Winner: Deposing Nathan by Zack Smedley, Page Street Kids Erotic Fiction Winner: Three For All by Elia Winters, Cecaelia Press Poetry Winner: turn around BRXGHT XYXS, by Rosebud Ben-Oni, Get Fresh Books Romance Winner: Out of the Shade by S.A. McAuley / Independently Published Featuring Original Music by: - Anne Heaton - Robin Renée - Michael-David Gordon

  • Black Lotus Project: A Virtual Gathering of Black Bisexual+ Men

    FluidBiDesign / MenKIND and Center for Culture, Sexuality, and Spirituality are collaborating to build the BlackLotusProject (BLP). BLP is a Community Healing and AntiStigma process that builds trust, understanding, and connection between Black Bi+ Men and other members of the Black Community. We will be starting this Group online via Zoom on SUNDAY March 20th 2020 from 1PM to 4PM (& someday in person) which is INCLUSIVE of ALL who claim Blackness, Maleness, & Bi+ness. This NEW NYC-based Bi+ Group is for ALL Bisexual+ Biromantic+ SGL (Same-gender loving) Queer & Questioning Black Bi+ Men Before we include other members of our community, we want to create space for Black Bi+ Men to talk about what it's like to be Black Men who are sexually fluid, bisexual, queer, questioning, and/or otherwise MGA (Multi-gender Attracted). We also want to learn what topics and themes are most relevant to our brothers in addressing the conditions we face in our communities. Future meetings will be in-person depending developments in the COVID-19 crisis. RSVP required. We will provide registrants with a password to enter the virtual meeting prior to the event Sign in HERE to get Password: bit.ly/395YYu1 BPL gatherings will be facilitated by J Christopher Neal, founder of FluidBiDesign/MenKind, and H. "Herukhuti" Sharif Williams, founder of CCSS and co-editor of Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men-An Anthology Hope to be speaking with all of you this Sunday ❤️💜💙 ♂️ ❤️🖤💚