By Clara Schwarz Is my bisexuality merely a performance for male attention? That is a question I have been asking myself frequently, although the occasions became rarer, over the course of my young adult life. Growing up as a bisexual teenager in the 2000s, I didn’t see much queer representation in the media or anywhere […]
Spring is the season of changes, and here in New England that means a lot of rainy days to help the flowers grow. Here at the BRC, we’re certainly trying to stay positive amid a particularly “rainy” political atmosphere, and part of what keeps us growing is our amazing volunteer board. Therefore, it’s hard to […]
Calling all those passionate about the health of the bi+* community! Bisexual Health Awareness Month (BHAM) is an annual social media campaign dedicated to raising awareness about the bi+ community’s social, economic, and health disparities. The campaign also aims to promote resources, interventions, and actions that work to reduce these disparities. The Bisexual Resource Center […]
Monday, December 5th, 6:00 – 8:00PM Boston Living Center | 29 Stanhope Street, Boston | 2nd floor conference room The Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) has facilitated or been affiliated with several bi-specific social and support groups in the Greater Boston Area over the past 30 years. In working to continue meeting the needs of our local […]
Join us for an exciting night of spoken word: poetry, storytelling, and comedy, at Lir on Boylston, Boston. Doors open at 7, show starts at 7:30! Free apps, cash bar, and bi+ swag available for sale!
Bee a Hero for the Bi+ Community & Volunteer with the BRC Today! As the oldest national bi-specific organization in the U.S., the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) has done a lot in the last 30 years, ranging from leading national awareness and advocacy projects to hosting bi-specific events and groups in the Greater Boston Area. […]
On October 20, go Purple for #spiritday 2016! So many bi+ youth face disparities that are unique to our community, some of which are outlined below. Bullying is especially harmful. Join us and GLAAD to support LGBTQ youth and take the pledge to go purple for #spiritday, and speak out against bullying!
September is a month of many health observances: Whole Grains Month, World Alzheimer’s Month, and National Preparedness Month, to name a few. But there is one observance that is of particular and critical importance to the bisexual+ community. It’s National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Research conducted over the past decade on the bi+ community’s mental […]