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Resources for the Bisexual Community

Navigating Bisexuality

Being bisexual is beautiful, but with all the biphobia and ignorance in the world, it can be challenging to navigate. As with any LGBTQ+ identity, coming out and being out can be hard. 

There will always be people who don’t understand, but thankfully there are plenty of resources that can help. From charities and organizations to content creators, there are people there to support you. 

So, we’ve put together a list to help you find that support when you need it or share resources with friends and family to help you on your journey.

Charities and Organizations

There are some amazing organizations and charities that have been set up to support LGBTQ+ people through a range of issues – bisexual people included.

The Bisexual Resource Center

The Bisexual Resource Center is based in Boston, but they have resources that can help you, wherever you’re based.

They have valuable insight on bisexuality, pansexuality, and queerness and set up bi+ community groups you can join to find people like you.

The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project was set up to support LGBTQ+ youth through mental health crises.

They have a phone and text line you can reach out to if you’re in a crisis or need support.

But they also have a social community space, TrevorSpace, to help you connect with other LGBTQ+ people.

It Gets Better Project

It Gets Better has educational resources, stories, and events that can help you on your journey to understanding and accepting yourself.

They can be useful to share with friends and family who want to learn more about bisexuality or just to show you you’re not alone.

Center for Black Equity

The Center for Black Equity focuses on supporting and advocating for Black LGBTQ+ people.

They lead pride events around the world that can help you connect with other Black LGBTQ+ people and have resources to help you through a variety of issues.

Bisexual Content Creators

Content is everywhere.

Finding bisexual creators can be valuable to help you feel seen and understood and connect with others like you.

You can also share these resources with the people you love to help them understand bisexuality and bisexual issues.

Blair Imani

Blair Imani is an award-winning educator and a Black bisexual Muslim.

She shares lessons through her ‘Smarter in Seconds’ series on bisexuality, LGBTQ+ issues, and a range of other social issues, like gaslighting, disability, and race.

Essie Dennis

Essie Dennis is a queer artist and writer who speaks openly about being a bisexual woman and overcoming body image issues.

She’s an absolute boss and her content will remind you that you’re one too.

Florence Given

Florence Given is the best-selling author of Women Don’t Owe You Pretty.

She’s loud, proud, and her ‘70s aesthetic will give you life.

If you need more queer female joy in your life, Florence’s the perfect person to follow.


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