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Bisexual Resource List

The BRC is the oldest national bi organization in the U.S. that advocates for bisexual visibility and raises awareness about bisexuality throughout the LGBT and straight communities. Based out of Boston, BRC offers a wide range of services and information, making it one of the best bisexual organizations around.  

The American Institute for Bisexuality
The American Institute of Bisexuality, like BRC, offers a wide range of information and resources online. What sets it apart from other bisexual organizations is its annual publication – The Journal of Bisexuality. It is the first academic quarterly solely dedicated to professional articles on bisexuality.

BiNET USA
BiNET USA is a great online bisexual resource database! One of its best features is the “Guide to Bisexual Pansexual Etiquette”. Written for the Creating Change Conference in 2011, this resource is perfect for helping educate people on how to be a good bisexual ally.

Bisexual Organizing Project
The Bisexual Organizing Project is based out of Minnesota, so many of its resources are focused locally. However, BOP is one of the leading groups in the nation for bisexual support. They are the organizers of the BECAUSE Conference (Bisexual Empowerment Conference: A Uniting Supportive Experience).

> National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
The mission of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force is to build the power of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community from the ground up.  NGLT is one of the few nation-wide LGBT organizations to have published an extensive study on bisexual health. Download the study (PDF).

> Out & Equal
Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, is the world’s largest nonprofit organization specifically dedicated to creating safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Out & Equal is respected by many other bisexual organizations for having dedicated many of their resources to the pursuit of bisexuality over the years. They also host a website where you can search for LGBT-friendly employment.

> Bi Writers Association
This organization is dedicated to the promotion of bi writers. They host an online book club, advertise for calls for submissions, and work to dispel myths and sterotypes about bisexuality both in the mainstream press and the “gay press”. The association includes writers of all genres. One of our favorite features of this site is the huge “Famous Bisexuals in History” list they curate.

> Bi Media
If you want the best bisexual news, this is the place to go! Bi Media is based out of England, and is the leading group in bisexual commentary on the internet.

> The Bisexual Index
The Bisexual Index has one of the best FAQs on bisexuality we’ve seen!  They are a great online resource for individuals questioning their sexual orientation. Do you have friends who live across the pond? Or are you traveling to England sometime soon? The Bisexual Index will also help you connect locally with the bisexual community in the UK.

> Advocates for Youth
While their organization does not solely focus on bisexuality, Advocates for Youth have created a great “I Think I May Be Bisexual” (PDF) FAQ. They are one of the few groups that have made this FAQ available in English, Amharic, Chinese, French, Spanish, and Vietnamese!

Compiled by Connor Gillis for Planet DeafQueer