Sheffield Bi Day – programme finalised

Sheffield’s Bi Day programme has been published at last.

This is a one day event full of workshops, discussion, fun and socialising for bisexuals, their partners and the bi-curious. All are welcome regardless of gender, sexuality, age, location etc. The organisers are sensitive to the fact that not all people are necessarily out / open about their sexuality and the organisers intend to provide a safe and discreet space where people can relax and enjoy themselves.

Due to space constraints at the Centre, registering in advance is essential.

Date: Saturday 30 June, 2007.

Venue: Centre for HIV & Sexual Health,
22 Collegiate Crescent,
S10 2BA

Time: 11.00am to 5.30pm (+ evening social event)


11.00am Arrival and coffee (or tea, or juice, or water)

11.30am Bisexual Support Groups – What are they? What do they do? Why do we need them? What do people want and expect from a bi group?

12.30pm A choice of workshops:
Self defence – crash course in self defence given by Bi-Weekly’s resident Karate black belt member.
Find out a bit more about the use of essential oils for healing and relaxation.

1.30pm Lunch – Provided (Yeah!!)

2.30pm A choice of workshops:
Sexual Health – Sexual health workshop focusing on the Bisexual community (facilitated by Tony from the centre for HIV and sexual health and Bi-weekly group organiser/facilitator)
Creative Writing – (facilitated by Joyce from the centre for HIV and sexual health and Bi-weekly group organiser/facilitator)

3.30pm Break

3.45pm Just Your Average Bi – All bisexuals are promiscuous, polygamous, greedy, like the colour purple and own a Madagascan spider Tortoise called Nigel. Exploring myths and stereotypes relating to bisexuals.

4.30pm DIY Bi Group – A discussion on the building and development of bi groups and also your chance to help influence the future development of the Sheffield bi group.

5.30pm End

7.00pm Evening social (details to follow)

To book a place at this event, contact Joy or Tony on: 0114 226 1900. There isn’t a website – perhaps the first UK bi event since 1998 not to have one!