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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.


Click to find out more about Bisexual Health Awareness Month.

           
   

BOSTON BI EVENTS

 

BISEXUALS IN THE NEWS

FEATURED ITEM

 
               
   

Second Annual Bi Our Books Sale


 

College Football Player Comes Out Bi

 
   

Join the BRC at Bi Our Books (BOB) Sale at Harvard Square’s Democracy Center (45 Mt Auburn St, Cambridge) on Sunday, April 27th from noon to 4pm. Bring books to donate from noon-1pm. The sale runs 1-4pm. Plus the BOB Super Raffle and refreshments! More info email brc at biresource.net.

 

The BRC applauds Conner Mertens for bravely coming out to his team and community as bisexual, becoming the first out LGBT college football player in the U.S. "More and more LGBTQ people are stepping forward to reveal their sexual orientation or gender identity and finding an increasingly receptive public." Read more here.

 
   

Fighting Biphobia: Celebrating Bisexual Identity

 

The Stresses of Coming Out as Bi


 
   

Join the BRC and Fenway Health for a panel discussion about how bi invisibility affects our community, with panelists exploring discrimination, health disparities, and the importance of advocacy and community support. Refreshments will be served. Questions? Email cbasham@fenwayhealth.org.

 

The PEW Research Center study shows that bisexuals have a lower rate of coming out to family and friends than gays and lesbians. The LA Times interviewed several bisexuals to find out why.

   

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The BRC is here for YOU!

March 2014 was the 1st Bisexual Health Awareness Month!

Bi leaders gather for White House Bi Issues Roundtable

Three generations of bisexual activists after the historic WH meeting

BiNet USA and BRC teamed up to co-organize the WH meeting

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

Michael Monroe receives Unsung Hero Award at Bi Pride Day

Celebrants at Bi Pride Day at the Lir

Bi equality & bi visibility!

Bi Air was flying high at Boston Pride 2013

Bi Air crew getting prepped for Boston Pride flight

Bi and trans activists at Supreme Court oral arguments

Some members of the first Bi Leadership Roundtable held in Atlanta

BRC's President met with Chinese bi activists at Creating Change

Bi Leadership Roundtable members met with the White House's liaison

Bi activists from California, Massachusetts & Minnesota in Atlanta

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

The third Bilicious Boston Show thrilled the community again

The BRC booth at Pride was packed

Boston Pride brought out old friends

The Bisexual Invasion at Boston Pride

The Bisexual Invasion was a big success!

Howdy, partner, would you like to dance?

The Bisexual Invaders were out in style

A few fine bi guys attending the annual Bayard Rustin Breakfast

Heidi Bruins Green and Ellyn Ruthstrom at Out & Equal Workplace Summit

The BRC Boston Pride booth is a must stop for the bi community

A fabulous bi and trans contingent at the White House LGBT Pride reception

Youth led the bi contingent in Boston Pride in 2010

Tiggy Upland greeted her fans at Bilicious Boston 2011

Bilicious Boston 2011 entertainers responded to audience questions

Northampton Pride 2011 had loud and proud bi contingent

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

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

 

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