Quiet after the weekend…

See you in the pub on Thursday?

It’s a pretty quiet week for bi scene stuff this week, following the excitement of Manchester’s BiFest on the weekend. Our only diary event for the week is Brighton Bothways‘ pub social at 112 Church Street, Brighton, on Thursday from 7pm.

Bi Down South?

In this week’s events round-up we’re looking south, with events in Romford and Brighton.

Tonight is Bi Bi Baby, a regular monthly bisexual party event “for boys who like girls, girls who like boys, boys who like boys and girls who like girls”. The organisers tell us: “bi bi baby is an environment where everyone can come and play and indulge their fantasies in a sex positive, safe and controlled space.” More on their website.

Thursday evening is the regular pub social night of Brighton’s local bi group Bothways. Meet at the Church Street, 112 Church Street from 7pm – more on the Bothways website.

Happy Bi Day!

23/9 – Bi Visibility Day

A proud and happy Bi Visibility Day 2010 to all our readers!

With at least ten events to mark the date around the UK this is the highest profile that the date has had since it was first marked as International Celebrate Bisexuality Day in 1999.

You can find out about events in Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, Cardiff, Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Sheffield and Winchester at september23.bi.org

It's Brighton Pride weekend!

Brighton Pride logoBrighton Pride is this Saturday and if you are planning on being there then please come and say hi at the Brighton BothWays stall in the Community Area.

They tell us: “We’ve scheduled a Big Bi (and Ally) Meet Up at 4pm but we’d like to see you whenever.To increase Bi visibility at Pride we are encouraging Bi people to ‘Wear Purple for Pride’. We aren’t have an organised bi group in the parade this year but we’re hoping there will be lots of purple mingling with the rest of the rainbow colours.

“Brighton Pride usually has a great atmosphere – it’s free and friendly and the Pride in Brighton and Hove organisation has been exemplary in promoting Bi inclusion. Plus after last year’s downpours we must be due sunshine for the parade and festival this year!”

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