Printable Brochures and Handouts

Two racks of bi brochures

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Bi+ 101 brochure*

This brochure sets to answer your most basic questions about being a b(ee)!

Pan and Bi+: A Handy Guide*

This helps to answer one of the most frequent questions we get asked: “What’s the difference?”

How to be an Ally to a Bi+ Person brochure*

Give this brochure to friends, family, coworkers, and teachers to help them understand how to be the best ally.

Sexual Health Tips for the Bi+ Community and Best Practices for Providers

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.

Mental Health in the Bi+ Community: Bi+ Antagonism, Bi Erasure & Getting Help*

This brochure draws attention to the mental health issues in the bi+ community, suggests ways to find support, and provides tips on self-care.

Bisexuality and Disability brochure*

In this brochure, learn about the intersections of being bi+ and a person with one or more disabilities.

Growing Bi+ Community: A Handbook for Facilitators

Learn how to start or foster your local bi+ social and support groups with tips, case studies, and resources on discussion topics.

Ten Tips on How to Be Bi-inclusive in Your Programs & Services for LGBTQIA+ Elders

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.

Brochures and Handouts by Affiliate Organizations

A Resource Guide to Coming Out as Bisexual

Human Rights Campaign, in partnership with BRC, BiNet USA, and the Bisexual Organizing Project

Bi Media Resource Guide

Published by GLAAD, in partnership with BRC, BiNet USA, and the Bisexual Organizing Project