Bialogue: Bisexual + Queer Politics

Bialogue is an activist/political social justice group working on issues of local, regional, national & international interest that effect the bisexual, non-monosexual, queer-identified and greater LGBTQ+ Community.
Bialogue: Social Justice Warriors and darn proud of it!
Our mission is to dispel myths and stereotypes, to address biphobia homophobia, transphobia and bisexual erasure, to educate the public on the facts and realities of bisexuality, non-monosexuals, queer-identified and all the other not 100% straight and not 100% gay/lesbian people who occupy the vast middle of the Kinsey scale's Bell Curve and to advocate for our Community's right to dignity, freedom to live without the burdens of prejudice and harassment and for our full equality under the law.

Find Bisexuals: in USA on planet earth
Chat with Bisexuals (in the USA)
Bisexual Men on facebook
Bisexual Women on facebook

Bisexual Conferences
   ○ 2012 Transcending Boundaries Conference October 26th-28th 2012 Springfield MA USA
   ○ 2013 Creating Change Conference (CC13) January 23-27 2013 Atlanta GA USA
   ○ BECAUSE 2013 2013 Minneapolis–Saint Paul MN USA
   ○ Bi Lines VI: A Celebration of Bisexual Writing in Reading Music & Culture June 2013 NYC USA
   ○ BiCon 2013 July 18-21 2013 University of Edinburgh Scotland

Bisexual Magazines & Bloggers
      Bi MagazineFacebookTumblr
      Bi MediaFacebook
      Bi Bloggers
      Bi radical (Bisexual-Theory/Queer-Theory) • Tumblr

Famous 'Must-read' Bisexual-Theory/Queer-Theory Articles/Essays
      Bisexuality FAQ
      Bisexuality does not reinforce the gender binary
      Words, binary and biphobia, or: why “bi” is binary but “FTM” is not
      Being Bisexual Means That You’re Only Attracted to Two Genders
      The monosexual privilege checklist
      Why I identify as bisexual + differences and similarities
      Way Beyond the Binary

Bisexuals = people who people of Same Gender as themselves + ♥ people of Different Genders/Gender Presentations from themselves

Posts I Like
Who I Follow
Posts tagged "pomosexual"


If you are 25 or younger and Identify as Bisexual or as one of the other middle sexualities: Have you ever been bullied because of your sexual orientation?

I want to hear what happened to you.

Note: this is for a project and I’ll need to hear from you by Sunday, 15 September 2013. Short anecdotes are fine. Please include your current age and how old you were when the bullying happened. You can post your answer right here on facebook or else email me directly at robyn (at) robynochs (dot) com.

Robyn Ochs

Signal Boost

[Ontario, Canada]: As you may know, the data collection period for the Risk & Resilience: Bisexual Mental Health in Ontario is coming to a close.

  • If you have been invited to take the survey but haven’t done so yet …
  • If you have started the survey but haven’t completed it yet …
  • If you have tickets but haven’t passed them on yet …
  • …now is the time!

    This is our chance to get data about our community, and our health. Do the survey, pass it on. Please share this notice with your friends, networks, organizations and communities.


    Hello! You are invited to participate in a research study about the life experiences of Bisexual Women, with the purpose of gaining information on identity and body image.

    Participation in this study is limited to Women/Female-identified People who Identify As Bisexual [Ed Note: people who self-identify as queer, unlabeled, or otherwise non-monosexual but also associate with the phrase “bisexual” are welcome to participate], Reside in North America, and are 18 Years of Age or Older. This study is being conducted by a team of diverse LGBTQ affirming researchers at Columbia University and the University of Florida. This study has been approved by the Teachers College IRB (#12-378).

    For each participant who completes the survey, $1 will be donated to the Trevor Project. Please feel free to pass this link on to other bisexual women!

    Please Note: The principals for this research state that they are familiar with/agree with Guidelines for Researching and Writing About Bisexuality, Best Practices for researchers dealing with the bisexual community, et. al.


    Transcending Boundaries Conference (TBC) is a weekend long Conference/Event where we discuss issues around gender, sex, sexuality and relationships, specifically those that don’t fit into conventional cisgender heteronormativity categories. The focus of the conference is our ever-evolving communities, including bisexual/other non-monosexual identities, queer, trans*, genderqueer, intersex, polyamorous, asexual and kinky persons and those who prefer not to use labels, as well as allies, families and partners.

    Transcending Boundaries grew out of a project of BiNet USA, the national bisexual organization. Throughout the 1990’s, BiNet USA helped bisexual activists around the country organize on a local level. In the New England & New York Tri-State Region (Connecticut, New Jersey, Westchester, Long Island, Capitol District/Lower Hudson Valley and New York City) they helped activists sponsor regional conferences. In 2000 the Conference voted to continue the independently; by 2001 the group that ran the conferences formally became a 501(c)3 whose mission is to to run the Northeast regional conference for bisexual, trans* and intersex people and our allies; in 2009, this focus was expanded to include the polyamorous community as well.

    At this time of year we get so busy with planning that we forget to tell you all what’s happening! Let’s catch up.

    • Tomorrow (Sunday September 9) at 1 PM is our monthly organizers meeting. Attending an organizers meeting is a great way to get involved with the conference and you can attend from anywhere worldwide via skype. E-mail if you want to join the skype conference call.
    • Immediately before, at noon, the content committee will meet to finalize this years workshop offerings. If you’re curious what we’ve got so far, check out Our Workshops Page
    • This indiegogo campaign is near and dear to our hearts (for obvious reasons!) These guys are coming a long way to be with us!
    • We’re looking for intersex voices to contribute to our Intersex Awareness Day event at 11 AM on October 26 through speaking live, recording their thoughts to be played, or writing thoughts to be read at the event. Contact
    • Registration rates go up on October 1 so if you haven’t registered, now is the time!  As our hotel block last year sold out, we also recommend booking your rooms at the Sheraton as soon as possible

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    by Patrick RichardsFink (aka @Fliponymous) Bisexual activist, niche theist, thinker, writer.

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    Consider this the FAQ for this Tumblr. Most of the questions I get can be answered by reading the links below.

    Definitions of bisexuality:

    Etymology, early theories about bisexuality and misconceptions about “bi = two”:

    Comparing and contrasting bisexuality and pansexuality:

    Identifying as bisexual vs. pansexual:

    Bisexuality and accusations of binarism:



    Bisexual v. Pansexual I love you as a pansexual, I love you as a bisexual, or whatever else you want to identify as. But just remember that when you tell me my identity is wrong, you’re like the billionth person, for the billionth reason.

    Bisexuals = people who can ♥ people of same gender as themselves + can ♥ people of different genders/gender presentations from themselves

    People PLEASE don’t just hit Like and Reblog - actually Watch & Listen (and think about it too)


    We’re Here! We’re Queer! and we are also on Twitter now too. Mostly with calender items, links to groups, event and retweets of bi-positive comments.

    please do join us

    Now on twitter, please signal boost.


    Photos from the Intersectionalities Conference in Glasgow 2012. Bisexuals of Colour held an open session where we discussed bisexuality, ethnicity and crossovers.

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    Bi group; World Pride; London

    There will be a bi walking group at World Pride in London this year. The parade is rainbow-themed, and we’re in the purple section. I’ve got a couple of banners and some purple umbrellas (also usable as parasols, if the summer continues!). Please join me, and wear purple, if you can

    Assemble on Baker Street Saturday, 7 July 2012 from 10:15am for an 11am parade start time: we’ll be towards the back of the parade/towards the northern end of Baker Street. Look for the London Bisexuals banner.

    N.B. Bi-friendly people are as welcome to join the group as bi people!


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