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The Bisexual Resource Center was founded in 1985 by a group of bi activists after a regional conference. First named the East Coast Bisexual Network, it became a 501(c)3 in 1989 and was renamed in the mid-90s. 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.

The Bisexual Resource Center envisions a world where love is celebrated, regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression. Because bisexuals today are still misunderstood, marginalized and discriminated against, the BRC is committed to providing support to the bisexual community and raising public awareness about bisexuality and bisexual people.







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Bi Health Matters All Year Round


2015 was a wonderful 30th anniversary year for the BRC! As the oldest national bi+ organization in the U.S., we take our local and national community-building work very seriously, from founding the Bisexual Health Awareness Month in 2014, to co-organizing White House meetings on bisexual issues, to building a vibrant and diverse social and support group network in the Boston area. Make your gift today to help continue the important work of the BRC!


2015 was the second year of the Bisexual Health Awareness Month and it's been a jam-packed month of social media sharing. Just because March is over doesn't mean our health concerns disappear. You can continue to use the BHAM website all year round for links to important information. Check for updates and info about next year's focus. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this year's success.


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First Out Bisexual Governor in Oregon


BLiSS meetings are an opportunity for those who are, or think they might be, bisexual or attracted to people of more than one sex or gender, to discuss a wide range of issues related to attraction and sexuality in a supportive mixed-gender environment. BLiSS is a peer-facilitated drop-in support group on the 1st Wednesday of the month, 7-9 pm, at the Boston Living Center, 29 Stanhope St, Boston.


In February, Kate Brown became the first out bisexual to become a U.S. governor when she was appointed the Governor of Oregon after her predecessor resigned. The bi community has been following Gov. Brown's career for years, “There are so few bi political leaders out there, so we pay attention to them,” BRC board member Ellyn Ruthstrom commented. The community wishes her well in her new job!


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Starting in Copley Square for Boston Pride 2015

Heading down Beacon Hill in Boston Pride 2015

Entering the Boston Pride Festival 2015

BRC Board members at the 2015 White House Bi Policy Briefing

Bi+ activists meet at the White House Sept 2015

The 1st bi Pride Marshals in Boston Pride history!

Co-founders Woody & Alan celebrate 30 years of the BRC!

Boston Pride Marshals at Flag Raising

We are the B in LGBT!

Thanks to everyone who supported BHAW 2015!

NEW Bi Men's Anthology NOW Available

Recognize Book Launch in Boston!

Honoring Unsung Heroes at Boston CBD

Honoring Unsung Heroes at Boston CBD

The BRC is here for YOU!

Bisexual activists gather at 2014 White House LGBT reception

Bi health research meeting at Fenway Health Institute

March 2014 was the 1st Bisexual Health Awareness Month!

NEW Bi Men's Anthology NOW Available

Bi leaders gather for White House Bi Issues Roundtable

Three generations of bisexual activists after the historic WH meeting

BRC Board members with Boston's Bi Pride Day Proclamation!

Celebrants at Bi Pride Day at the Lir

NEW Bi Men's Anthology NOW Available

Bi equality & bi visibility!

Bi Air crew getting prepped for Boston Pride flight

Bi Leadership Roundtable members met with Rea Carey, NGLTF's ED

The Bisexual Invasion at Boston Pride

The Bisexual Invasion was a big success!

A few fine bi guys attending the annual Bayard Rustin Breakfast

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The BRC's first float in Boston Pride in 2010!

Tri-color balloons are a must on Celebrate Bisexuality Day!