The Bisexual Resource Center works to connect the bi+ community and help its members thrive through resources, support, and celebration. The BRC envisions an empowered, visible, and inclusive global community for bi+ people.
A timeline of pansexuality & panromanticism in media history, and the evolution of the term “pansexual”.
#StillBisexual fosters public acceptance, awareness and understanding of bisexual, pansexual, fluid, and queer identities through social media campaigns and education.
Bisexuals of Colour are a welcoming supportive group for bisexuals who I.D as Black Minority Ethnic or Mixed Heritage.
A group of bisexual survivors facilitating peer-led, online support groups for survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence/abuse. BSN also advocates for bisexual, pansexual, and other non-monosexual (bi+) survivors, working to ensure their voices are heard and their needs met.
The online branch of Biscuit, a mixed purpose organisation catering to modern bisexual women, femmes and those assigned female at birth. Workshops, talks and events, lobbying for change and advocating for bisexual women in LGBTQ organisations both locally and nationally.
Bi.org connects bi people around the world and provides “accurate, accessible, scientifically-sound information about (bi)sexuality.”
Bi Pride UK’s mission is to create spaces where people who experience attraction beyond gender can be freely visible and celebrate themselves and their identities.
The Bi Writers Association organizes the Bisexual Book Awards, and its annual multi-arts reading and awards ceremony. BWA promotes bisexual books, bi writers, bisexual writing and bi-themed arts and culture in America.
The Bi-bliography is a database of bisexual+ books seeking to be a resource for the discovery of literature that reflects and explores the lives and experiences of bisexual people.
(Last updated in 2018)
amBi provides the tools needed to build a local bi community successfully and efficiently.
The Bisexual Index provides support and resources for UK Bisexual Activists.
The Bisexual Organizing Project is committed to building the bisexual, pansexual, fluid, queer, and unlabeled (bi+) community in the Upper Midwest through regular events and the yearly national BECAUSE conference.
The American Institute of Bisexuality encourages, supports and assists research and education about bisexuality, through programs likely to make a material difference and enhance public knowledge, awareness and understanding about bisexuality.
The Journal of Bisexuality is a peer-reviewed academic journal published quarterly by the Taylor & Francis Group under the Routledge imprint. It is the official journal of the American Institute of Bisexuality.