Thursday, September 22, 2011

Bi Pride Weekend Los Angeles!

Help us celebrate Bisexuality Day on Friday, September 23rd at the LA Gay & Lesbian Center/ The Village at Ed Gould Plaza 1125 N. McCadden Place Los Angeles, CA It starts at 6:30 PM, but it is fine to arrive after 7:30 PM, if that is a problem for you.

A night to celebrate the music and art in our community. with performances by:

* The Hicksters
* Rachel Lynn Sebastian
* Astronomia novA

Show your support and have fun at the same time!

Thank you,
LA Bi Task Force Committee

Go to our Facebook Page to sign up. Music, Entertainment, Nice People, etc.

Bi Pride Weekend Boston!

13th Annual Celebrate Bisexuality Day with the local Boston bi/pan/fluid community on Saturday, September 24, 7-10 pm

Downstairs at the Lir Pub, 903 Boylston Street, Boston (near the Hynes stop on the Green Line)

Celebrate our tremendously diverse and creative bi culture. Come to CBD (Celebrate Bisexuality Day) and learn about bi writers, musicians, artists, actors, and much more! Honor our Unsung Heroes and Unsung Allies!

Enjoy lots of fun interactive activities and mix and mingle with other revelers. Fabulous raffle opportunities to win bi CDs, books, and DVDs!

Party with the BRC (Bisexual Resource Center) from 7-10 pm, then stay on and enjoy the atmosphere of the Lir Pub into the night!

Suggested donation at door, not required. Festive attire is encouraged. For info, email brc (at) biresource (dot) net

Download flyer here:

Celebrate Bisexuality Day in San Diego!

In honor of International Celebrate Bisexuality Day on September 23, "Bi Any Name" (The San Diego LGBT Community Center's Discussion Group for those attracted to more than one gender) is having a Bi Outing in Hillcrest.

Some people will be wearing Purple T-shirts that say Visi-Bi-Lity which will help you locate us as will the below outline of our schedule. So, put on your Purple (if you want), spread the word, bring your friends and come join us.

* 7:00pm Nunzi's Café 1255 University
* 8:00pm to 8:30pm (approximately)Fiji Yogurt 1010 University
* For about an hour, we will wander from Fiji to Peet's and stop when the whim grabs us.
* 9:30pm Peet's Coffee 350 University Ave.
* 10:00pm (approximately)Urban Mo's 308 University Ave.

Bi Pride Weekend: St. Paul, USA

The Bisexual Organizing Project-BOP Invites all Bisexuals and their allies to celebrate with them on Friday, September 23rd 7PM - 11:30PM at the Chatterbox Pub located at 800 Cleveland Ave South, Saint Paul, MN 55116.

Chatterbox Pub

BOP will provide food and softdrinks for all who show up! And they will have board and card games. Come out and celebrate with us!

Facebook Event

Bisexual Organizing Project-BOP
*Main Page
*Yahoo Group

Bi Pride Weekend: Chicago, USA

DATE: Friday, September 23, 2011 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
LOCATION: Center on Halsted 3656 North Halsted
PRICE Seating is limited, First come - First Serve. Free event, all are welcome.

DESCRIPTION: Celebrate Bisexuality Day was first organized on September 23 in the late 1990's by Wendy Curry, Michael Page (creator of American Bisexual flag), and Gigi Raven Wilbur. The event is a reaction to the Bisexual Erasure that bisexual persons experience by both the straight and greater LGBT communities. The historic day continues to ensure Bi visibility and to emphasize the importance of equal inclusion of Bi individuals. Last year, Chicago hosted an awesome panel of Bi and Queer activists who inspired this year's happening.

Once again, Br. Michael Oboza, Founder of Bisexual Queer Alliance Chicago, is organizing this important day in Chicago's Bisexual Activism history. The one and only Karen McReady, Vice President of Bisexual Queer Alliance Chicago, is hosting a panel of Bisexual people as they share their coming out stories. Followed by a Q and A and Networking hour.

Meetup Event


Chicago Bisexual Queer Meetup

Bi Pride Weekend: Westchester County, NY, USA

Come enjoy Celebrate Bisexuality Day at The LOFT, the LGBTQ safe space on 252 Bryant Avenue in White Plains in Westchester County NY.

On Friday September 23rd starting at 7:30 PM, we will be showing the popular bisexual & lesbian themed romantic comedy "Rose By Any Other Name" by Kyle Schickner of FenceSitter Films.

Bisexual NYC

The film is a wry and witty view of biphobia in the lesbian/gay and straight communities.

The story follows the main characters Rose a comfortably out woman who identifies as lesbian and Anthony a decent progressive straight guy who serendipitously meet and then unexpectedly find themselves falling for each other. Rose has to navigate the reaction of her lesbian friends (they aren't thrilled!) while Anthony too has to deal with his equally confused straight buddies who are equally nonplussed.

So come have fun Celebrating Bisexuality Day, watch a bi film, and support a bi filmmaker and activist!!!

Rose By Any Other Name

FenceSitter Films

We are pleased to announce that Kyle Schickner himself will be there for a Q&A after the film:

Kyle Schickner

As always, those who cannot make it to the event or the regular Tuesday evening discussion groups are invited to join Bi Discussion, the private online group. There you can ask questions, chat, make some "net-friends" and keep up with what is happening in Westchester County and surrounding bisexual community.

Bi Discussion

Bi Pride Weekend: NYC, USA

Friday, September 23rd

When: Friday evening from 6PM - 9:30PM
What: PARTY! Evening Cocktails w/ Community Catering
Where: NYC's main LGBT Community Center on W 13th Street off or 7th Ave in the West Village

Come One, Come All!! Kick of Bi Pride Weekend in NYC! All Bi and Bi Friendly folk are all invited to Celebrate Bisexuality!!! Evening Cocktails & Potluck Admission is $10 sliding scale, OR enter for FREE when you bring a dish to share (enough to fill a small chafing dish) OR be a volunteer.

Meetup -- Facebook

Saturday, September 24th

When: Saturday afternoon from 2PM - 5PM
What: POLITICAL ACTION bI-Q: BI-Quotient Survey: Street Visibility Action
Where: Street Action in NYC from Columbus Circle to Astor Place, right down Broadway

We are EMPOWERED by the recent Census of LGBT people which showed that the majority members of the rainbow consider themselves Bisexual... We are CELEBRATING our own Bisexuality by being out and visible and openly talking about that wonderful intersection between our affections and our attractions

Meetup -- Facebook

When: Saturday afternoon/evening 5:30PM - 9:00PM
What: Relax! Bi Tea
Where: Affaire NYC 50 Avenue B (between 3rd and 4th)

How do YOU take your tea? Come relax during NYC's celebration of Bi Pride Weekend and enjoy tea, pastries and drinks in the company of other Bisexual/Pansexual, Queer-identified and Bi-friendly people in the classy-but-decadent ambience of Affaire Bistro & Lounge. Admission is free, just pay for whatever you order.

Meetup -- Facebook

When: 9:00PM Saturday night until 1AM Sunday morning
What: Performance Night
Where: BAR 82, back room 136 2nd Ave (btwn St. Marks & 9th St)

Continue NYC's celebration of bisexuality with live performances by singer-songwriters rorie kelly and Robin Renée, comedienne Jessica Lovelace-Chandler and spoken word artist Geoff Kagan Trenchard! Doors open at 9pm. Admission $5. Artists' CDs will be available for sale.

Meetup -- Facebook

Sunday, September 25th

When: Sunday afternoon from 3PM - 8PM
What: FILM FESTIVAL! Bisexual Film & Flix Day Festival
Where: Cin-M-Art Space 43 43 Murray St (btwn W Broadway & Church) Downstairs space

How is bisexuality portrayed in the media?? How has the portrayal of Bi people changed with new media? What stereotypes are encouraged or dismantled? Three Films (Carravagio, Rose By Any Other Name & ShortBus) w/Q&A after each film plus Kyle Schickner, bisexual filmmaker/activist will take questions.

Admission Fee is $7.00/per person. Full service bar & restaurant, so feel free to dine while you take in the flix. Popcorn, coffee and tea will also be served.

Meetup -- Facebook

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Florida Bi Pride Event Tomorrow!

Luigi Ferrer will be presenting a CBD Workshop with Dr Marilyn Volker at Florida International University, Wolfe University Center, room 159 on Thursday, September 22  1-2:30pm.

Bi Pride Event: Vancouver WA/Portland OR

Greater Portland area people, Friday can be a tough day to plan an event,especially during the day, but if you are in the area meet up at Tully's. Wear bi pride colors if you can, whether a bracelet or shirt, earrings, etc.

Friday, September 23rd from Noon to 1 PM Tully's Coffee (Hazel Dell) 7710 NE 5th Ave Suite 122 Vancouver, WA 


Continue the NYC celebration of bisexuality with live performances by singer-songwriters rorie kelly and Robin Renée, comedienne Jessica Lovelace-Chandler and spoken word artist Geoff Kagan Trenchard!

Saturday, September 24 at 9:00pm – September 25 at 1:00am
BAR 82
, back room.
136 2nd Avenue between St. Marks and 9th Streets, NYC.

Doors open at 9pm. Admission $5. Artists’ CDs will be available for sale.

About the artists:
Geoff Kagan Trenchard’s poems have been published in numerous journals including Word Riot, The Nervous Breakdown, The Worcester Review, SOFTBLOW and Pemmican. He has received endowments from the National Performance Network, Dance Theater Workshop, The Zellerbach Family Foundation and the City of Oakland to produce original theatrical work. As a mentor for Urban Word NYC, he taught weekly poetry workshops in the foster care center at Bellevue as well as in Rikers Island with Columbia University’s “Youth Voices on Lockdown” program. He is a recipient of a fellowship from the Riggio Writing and Democracy program at the New School and the first ever louderARTS Writing Fellowship. He has performed poetry on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, at universities throughout the United States, and in theaters internationally as a member of the performance poetry troupe The Suicide Kings. He lives in Brooklyn and can be found at

Robin Renée is Mantra-Pop! Conscious and melodic with an edge, think of blending the voices of Chrissie Hynde and Joan Armatrading with thewordsmith intelligence of Elvis Costello and the mystical passion of Indian chant. The Courier News calls her “one of the Garden State’s finest singer-songwriters” and the San Francisco Spectrum says “Her smooth delivery… deliver(s) wonderful post-modern soul to the masses.”
Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Jessica Lovelace-Chandler is a stand-up comic as well as a sketch writer. She was previously a member of the famous ACME Comedy Theater in Hollywood. She has performed with Larry Miller, Natasha Leggero, Reggie Lee, Mayim Bialik, Walt Willey, and Keith Coogan just to name a few.

rorie kelly is a small redheaded tornado of sound. First-time listeners often comment, “I can’t believe that voice came out of that body.” rorie writes catchy, melodic rock songs that she plays with enough passion to break guitar strings–and go right on playing without batting an eye. The singer/songwriter has been compared to artists ranging from Fiona Apple to Janis Joplin to Liz Phair. She has opened for Alix Olsen and Jen Chapin, and was named one of Long Island’s “Top Ten Indie Artists You’ve Never Heard Of” by Pulse Magazine.

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NYC BI PRIDE EVENT: Bi Tea, Saturday 9/24 5:30 PM

Bi Tea, Saturday 9/24 5:30 PM
How do YOU take your tea? Come enjoy tea, pastries and drinks in the company of other Bi and Bi-friendly men and women in the classy-but-decadent ambiance of Affaire Bistro & Lounge.

Saturday, September 24 · 5:30pm – 8:30pm

Affaire NYC 50 Avenue B between 3rd and 4th Streets New York, NY
Admission is FREE! 
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