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This brochure sets to answer your most basic questions about being a b(ee)!
Give this brochure to friends, family, coworkers, and teachers and help them be a better ally.
Learn about bi+ youth, the unique challenges they face, and how to support them.
This brochure for patients and providers contains tips for taking care of your own sexual health as a bi+ person, including ways to have safer sex and talking to providers, as well as best practices for providers with bi+ patients.
This brochure draws attention to the mental health issues in the bi+ community, suggests ways to find support, and provides tips on self-care.
In this brochure, learn about the intersections of being bi+ and a person with one or more disabilities.
There are many transgender and/or nonbinary people in the bisexual+ community. However, myths still exist about the intersections of these communities, especially surrounding the personal labels folks choose for themselves. Let us be your myth-busters with these cold, hard facts!
This brochure is for the many folks around the world who identify as both bi+ and Christian.
Learn how to start or foster your local bi+ social and support groups with tips, case studies, and resources on discussion topics.
How can elder programs be welcoming to bi+ elders? Here’s a list of ten suggestions on ways to help boost your bi-sensitivity and build stronger and more inclusive programs.
This collection of free, downloadable, print-at-home Pride signs celebrate a multitude of bi+ and non-monosexual identities. Check them out!
Brochures and Handouts by Affiliate Organizations
Human Rights Campaign, in partnership with BRC, BiNet USA, and the Bisexual Organizing Project
Published by GLAAD, in partnership with BRC, BiNet USA, and the Bisexual Organizing Project