Want to meet other bi folk? Here are some upcoming bi meets around the UK to go to!
Tuesday sees the main monthly meeting of Manchester BiPhoria, at the LGF community centre on Richmond Street – from 7.30pm sharp.
Colchester’s new bisexual social group has its second meeting this Wednesday. The group meet on the second Wednesday of each month at the town’s Outhouse centre – 19 East Hill, Colchester CO1 2QX. 7pm sharp!
On Thursday it’s the turn of flourishing Nottingham bi group BiTopia, who meet from 7.30pm at The Lord Roberts pub on Broad Street (NG1 3AN). Look for the table with the rubber duck on it.
Finally Brighton BothWays meet at Red Roaster, 1D St James’s Street, for coffee and chat on Saturday from 3pm.
The new edition of Getting Bi In A Gay / Straight World is out in print… and now it’s online too!
The pocket guide to coming out & staying out as bi is based on 20 years of what questions people asked when they first got in touch with long-running support & advocacy organisation BiPhoria.
It includes history, theory, practical relationship and coming out advice, and much more besides.
More than 10,000 copies have already been snapped up at Pride festivals, community centres and more across the UK, and a Spanish translation edition came out last year.
A new second edition – and thousands of new copies of the print version – was launched this week in Manchester. It’s now available to read on issuu, here.
Students at Manchester University are getting an extra splash of bisexuality awareness today.
Across campus all the university computers have had their screensavers changed to a message about Bi Visibility Day, even including a link to our Facebook page and Twitter.
The student union building is also hosting a bi info stall, while the bi flag flies from buildings on campus.
The university is the largest single-site university in the UK with around 42,000 students.
Bravo, Manchester Uni!
Manchester – tonight sees the launch of the new edition of Getting Bi In A Gay / Straight World.
A hugely popular publication, more than ten thousand copies of the first edition have been distributed in the UK and more overseas including a Spanish-language edition.
Thanks to kind donations a second edition has been released this year with thousands more copies printed to reach people all across Britain.
Organised by BiPhoria, at Taurus bar, 1 Canal Street, from 7.30pm.
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Manchester – today sees a Bi Awareness stall running all day at the main University’s student union building on Oxford Road to mark Bi Visibility Day.
Local bi group BiPhoria tell us:
“We’ll be running a bi stall in the entrance of the main student union building all day, with info about student support as well as BiPhoria and other bi organisations”
“Drop by and see us between around 10am and 4pm!”