The Bi Programme

Welcome to the Bi Programme! We put on monthly online events for the bi community, and all those who come under the bi umbrella. In past events we’ve got crafty, had discussions about personal bi histories and dating as a bi person, and had some fun with Biconic Bingo and our Big Bi Quiz of The Quarantine. Keep an eye on this page for our upcoming events and email us at bi@lgbt.foundation to stay in touch!


BI VISIBILITY 2020!

Battle of the Bis - Wednesday 23 September -7pm

Big fan of Captain Jack Harkness? Does Detective Rosa Diaz make you swoon?

Tickets from Eventbrite here!

As part of our Bi Visibility Day celebrations, we’re hosting a tournament of all your favourite Bi characters to choose your Bi Character Champion. This is the first award to be made by the Bi Programme, so now is your chance to plump for your fave fictional bi! We’ll discuss why they’re a Brilliant Bi, a Popular Pan, or a Note-Worthy Non-monosexual and then vote on who proceeds to the next round until we have our Champion!

Come join us for a lively discussion, a celebration of Bis in media, and maybe pick up some recommendations of a new show to binge!

Sign up on Eventbrite here and tell us who your favourite Bi character is!


UK Bi History Talk by Jen Yockney MBE – Thursday 24 September 7pm

Fancy learning a bit of Bi history? Then we’ve got you covered!

Tickets available here

As part of our Bi Visibility Day celebrations, we’ve got an incredible talk about the Bi history of the UK from the wonderful Jen Yockney MBE. Jen is one of the most prominent bisexual community activists in the UK, having worked on giving bisexual communities support and voice for the past twenty-plus years.

Come along to learn about your Bi history and the community’s past! Book your tickets here.


In Conversation with Gaby Dunn – Friday 25 September – 6pm

To conclude our celebrations for Bi Visibility Day, we have an extremely exciting interview lined up with Gaby Dunn. Join us on instagram live as we talk all things bi, including our favourite bi media and her newest project ‘Apocalypse Untreated’!

Gaby Dunn is a New York Times bestselling author and comedian living in Los Angeles. Gaby has written on BIG MOUTH (Netflix) and has developed original pilots with MTV, 20th Century Fox, YouTube Originals, FX and Netflix as well as joining the cast of TAKE MY WIFE (Starz) in the role of BRIE. Gaby is the host and creator of the podcast, BAD WITH MONEY WITH GABYDUNN, which is in it's sixth season. A non-fiction book based on the podcast was published by Simon & Schuster on January 1st, 2019, quickly becoming a bestseller. Gaby co-wrote the novels I Hate Everyone But You, a New York Times bestseller, and the sequel Please Send Help... published on July 16th, 2019. Gaby published her debut original graphic novel, Bury The Lede in partnership with BOOM! Studios, which is currently being adapted as a television series. Both of Gaby’s latest novels garnered a placement on The 20 Best LGBTQ Books of 2019 list by Harper’s Bazaar. Apocalypse Untreated, an Audible Original created by and starring Gaby Dunn, will debut on Audible in September 2020.

Got any questions for Gaby? Submit them to us at bi@lgbt.foundation!

Find us on LGBT Foundation’s instagram @lgbtfdn at 6pm on Friday! https://www.instagram.com/lgbtfdn/



Our aim is to create a safe, social place for Bi people where they can meet, make friends, and improve their own wellbeing.

Bi is an inclusive term which includes any people with attraction to more than one gender. This includes bisexual/biromantic, pansexual/panromantic, polysexual/polyromantic, omnisexual/omniromantic, fluid, queer, and any other identities that experience attraction to multiple genders. If you fall under the Bi umbrella, or think you might, you are welcome to come along to our monthly group!

In our past sessions we have: made our own Bi pride keyrings; done some festive glass painting; discussed the unique challenges of dating and relationships as a Bi person.

Got any questions? Suggestions of what you want to see from the programme? Please email us at bi@lgbt.foundation


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