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The Bisexual Resource Center provides education and resources about bisexuality within the local, regional, and national communities. As a nonprofit, the BRC acts as an umbrella organization for the various groups in the Boston area. The organization is run by a board of directors and other interested volunteers. The BRC sponsors events throughout the year including Bi Pride activities, Celebrate Bisexuality Day events, Bilicious and other occasional events. The BRC works in coalition with other LGBT organizations on issues relevant to the greater community.

All events below, plus other events such as picnics, movie nights and social nights, can be found on our Meetup page at meetup.com/Bi-Community-Activities.

The Bisexual Social and Support (BLiSS) Group meetings are an opportunity for those who are, or think they might be, bisexual or attracted to people of more than one sex or gender, to discuss a wide range of issues related to attraction and sexuality in a supportive mixed-gender environment. The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month, 7-9 pm at the Boston Living Center, 29 Stanhope Street, Boston. Nearest Ts are Back Bay on the Orange Line and Copley Place on the Green Line. Email bliss at biresource.net for more information about the group.

Young BLiSS is a group of those in their 20s-30s who identify along the lines of bi/pan/fluid (or questioning in that direction) once a month for socializing and support. Meetings are on the 2nd Thursdays of each month, 7-9pm at Blue Shirt Cafe, Davis Square, Somerville. Sometimes the group takes the socializing elsewhere, so double-check with Gabby at youngblissboston at gmail.com for that month’s plan.

Social BLiSS: This group is more focused on socializing and discussion with like-minded bi+ folks of all ages and genders. The group starts off each month with a different topic and ends up wherever the conversation takes them. Meetings are held on the 4th Thursdays of each month, 6:30-8:00pm at Cafe Nero in Jamaica Plain. For more information, email Mia at socialblissboston at gmail.com.

Bi+/Trans* Support Group is a peer-facilitated, safe space where individuals who identify as both bisexual+ and transgender* can discuss a wide range of topics related to gender and sexuality. This group is held on the last Thursday of odd-numbered months (January, March, etc.) at Hope Central, 85 Seaverns Avenue, Jamaica Plain.

Boston Bisexual Women’s Network (BBWN) is a feminist collective organization whose purpose is to bring bi women together for support and validation. BBWN publishes a national quarterly newsletter on topics important to bi women and hosts monthly brunches in members’ homes. Visit the BBWN website for more info or email biwomeneditor at gmail.com.

Bi Women of Color (BIWOC) is an organization whose mission is to provide emotional support, resources, community, and a safe space to discuss intersectional issues that affect bi women of color. They welcome all with multi-gender attractions: bisexual, biromantic, pansexual, queer, fluid, & questioning. Visit the BIWOC tumblr.

Tea with Bi Women Partnered with Men is a support group for bisexual trans and cis women and non-binary people of all races and ethnic backgrounds who have male-identified partners. They discuss issues relating to attraction, sexuality, gender, and mixed orientation relationships in a supportive safe space. This support group is co-hosted by the Bisexual Resource Center Bisexual and Bi Women of Color (BIWOC). RSVP on the BRC Meetup group.

Bisexual and Bi-Curious Men’s Group is a free, confidential discussion group for men who are bi-curious, bisexual, or think they may be bisexual. Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7-9 pm at Fenway Community Health, 1340 Boylston Street, Boston, 617-927-6032.

Bi Guys Social Night is a social group open to all in the Boston area who identify as “bi guys” to hang out in a relaxed, supportive, safe space with no particular agenda. 2nd Wednesdays from 6:30-8pm at Cathedral Station in Boston. RSVP on the BRC Meetup group.

Biversity Boston distributes a print and email calendar of bi-friendly events in the Boston area and hosts a monthly brunch (11:30 am every 3rd Saturday) at The Burren in Somerville’s Davis Square. Visit the biversity website for more info.