This table features multiple organizations and individuals offering resources and merch for the bi+ community and for those who love us. We support and celebrate all folks who have emotional and/or physical attraction to more than one gender, who may identify as bisexual, pansexual, queer, fluid, another label, multiple labels, or use no label at all.
Throughout the conference, we will have at least one person available via chat at our booth in the Exhibit Hall to answer questions for you about the bi+ community, the organizations/individuals listed below, and/or direct you to the ones who can help you the most. And as with our physical, in-person tables when we go to conferences, you’ll see links to some awesome pride swag that benefits bi+ community programs and helps you or your loved ones create some buzz.
Find Robyn’s famous pins, plus earrings, flags, and books at the link below. All proceeds go to keep printing Bi Women Quarterly!
The Bisexual Resource Center works to connect the bi+ community and help its members thrive through resources, support, and celebration. Through this work, we envision an empowered, visible, and inclusive global community for bi+ people.
Bee yourself in bi+ apparel, stickers, enamel pins, magnets, and more!
Larker Anthology is an annual visual project celebrating the cultural & personal resilience of Bi lives through the photographic language of our activists, artists, public figures, icons, and Bi+ community members. Published annually since 2013.
All issues are available in full, online, at no cost. Contributions always welcome, get in touch!
Flags, buttons, and more!
The mission of Still Bisexual is to foster public acceptance, awareness and understanding of bisexual, pansexual, fluid, and queer identities and the challenges they face; to develop and promote self-acceptance, personal empowerment and visibility among bisexual, pansexual, fluid, and queer people; and to foster inclusivity and acceptance for bisexual, pansexual, fluid and queer people among the larger LGBTQIA+ community.
The Bisexual Index exists to promote bisexuality as a valid sexual identity, through providing a wide, simple definition of bisexuality as a sexual orientation and encouraging the people to whom it applies to use that definition as their identity.
The Visibility Impact Fund is dedicated to empowering bi+ people by leveraging resources to build the capacity of bi+ movements to improve the visibility, health, and well-being of bi+ communities.
The Visibility Impact Fund will be a leading bi+ funder and a catalyst for other grant-makers to support advocacy, community building, and education to improve the lives of bi+ people.
Managed by Kate Estrop, Bisexual Resource Center ©2021