Our mission is to improve the well-being of bi+ people across Sydney

THE SYDNEYSIDERS' GUIDE TO THE BI+ SCENE

SYDNEY SPECIFIC GROUPS

 Sydney Bi+ Network: A group dedicated to improving the wellbeing of bi+ people through community-building, education and advocacy

Sydney Bisexual+ Community: A closed Facebook discussion group

Bisexual Sydney: A closed Facebook discussion group, hook-up friendly

BiCONIC: Parties and events organised for bi+ people

OTHER INTERSTATE AND NATIONAL GROUPS IN AUSTRALIA

 Bi+ Australia: A national organisation providing support through bi+ specific counselling, education and research

Bisexual+ Community Perth: A closed Facebook discussion group

Bi+ Community of Melbourne: A closed Facebook discussion group 

Melbourne Bisexual Network: An advocacy group focused improving programs and services for health and wellbeing

Bisexual Alliance Victoria: A group dedicated to bi activism and running face-to-face peer support and discussion groups

Triple Bi-Pass: A radio show available on JOY 94.9 FM (Melbourne only), live online streaming and retrospective podcasts

GLOBAL GROUPS

Bi Visibility #Bseen: A photo-sharing campaign for bi visibility

Is this bi culture?: A closed Facebook group for memes, bi related content and selfies

Bi culture after dark: A closed Facebook group for memes, bi related content and selfies (18+)

Sounds bi, I’m in: A closed Facebook group for memes, bi related content and selfies

Bi Parents Culture: A closed Facebook group for building a bi parents communi

SELECTED GROUPS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

There are many international bi+ groups, here are some of our favourites:

Bi Ireland: A support and community group that shares great content on Facebook

BiNet USA: An advocacy group based in the USA since 1990

Bisexual Resource Centre: A non-profit educational organisation based in the USA since 1985

Bi Women Quarterly: A newsletter for bi women that is read worldwide

BICON: A weekend-long educational and social gathering for bi+ people and allies in the UK

RESOURCES AND RESEARCH REPORTS

The ‘Who I Am’ Study: A recent study of 2,651 bi+ Australians focused on mental health

Bisexual Mental Health: A Call to Action: An academic review of the current state of bisexual mental health and proposals for future research directions

Complicated?: Bisexual people’s experiences of and ideas for improving services: A report that looks at statistics and personal stories to examine bi+ people’s experience of services in the UK

Roadmap to Bisexual Inclusion: An amazing illustrated guide to bisexual inclusion


This guide was compiled by Sydney Bi+ Network. For the most recent version of the guide, see www.sydneybiplusnetwork.org. To suggest updates and new additions, please email syd.bi.network@gmail.com.