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On Sunday 8th July 2018, UKBlack Pride https://www.ukblackpride.org.uk will be happening at the pleasure gardens in Vauxhall, London. For the first time in their history there will be TWO bisexual stalls! Both Bi’s of Colour http://bisofcolour.tumblr.com and BiPride UK https://biprideuk.org will have stalls present. Please come visit us both and pick up some badges, info sheets and bright, bisexual smiles. To top off your day, go to CaBiRet https://www.facebook.com/events/1758324607521315/ for some bisexual entertainment!
Decolonise Fest 2017 – Tickets
There will be an informal Bi’s of Colour Meetup at Decolonise Fest on Saturday 3rd June at 2:00pm in the bar area. Jacq will be wearing their B’i sof Colour T-shirt, so should be easy to spot! Come and say hello, have a chat and hang out with other bisexuals of colour!
London BiFest is back!!!
It’s happening on Saturday 8th April 2017. And good news for al Bisexual People of Colour – WE GET IN FOR FREE!
London Bi Fest is sometimes called a mini BiCon, but it’s a great even just as it is. There will be workshops, music and fun. The location has good accessiblility – look at the website for a breakdown of that.
Sessions have already gone up. There will be a Bi’s of Colour session, where we’ll be giving progress on the upcoming book, plus catching up with all you lovely folks!
So please come along to London BiFest. If you think you may difficulty of any kind getting to, or attending this event, please contact Bis of Colour at bis.of.colour.gmail.com and we’ll try to help.
Edited to add: Event now going on until 7pm!
Bi Visibility Day 2016
Bi’s of Colour will be meeting up in the cafe of the Unicorn Theatre https://www.unicorntheatre.com/find-us near London Bridge on Monday 26th of September, to celebrate (a late) Bisexual Visibility Day! We will meet from 3pm – 7pm. Please come along to have a chat in a relaxed safe space. We will be discussing our exciting plans for a Bi’s of Colour book!
Email us at Bis.email@example.com if you want more details or if you have any questions.
For more information on Bi Visibility Day, check out http://www.bivisibilityday.com/year2016/
Bis Of Colour Launch, central London, 21st July, full details
Bis of Colour UK are thrilled to announce our launch event!
When? 21st July, 2-5pm
Where? Kairos in Soho. Map/accessibility and venue information :
2pm – 3 pm
Why Bis of Colour? Open to all.
Jacqui and Camel, co-founders of the Bis of Colour UK Project will talk briefly about the project and bi of colour identity. There will be time for discussion/questions. Come meet us, collect information about the group.
3pm – 330pm Break
330 – 5pm
Bis of Colour UK meet up. Open to Bi people of colour only*
A confidential/anonymous safer space for Bis of Colour to meet and support each other. Facilitated by Camel and Jacqui.
The group will run as a drop-in, people are welcome to come for the whole session, 5 minutes or anything in between.
Bis of Colour social
Jacqui and I would like to invite group attendees to join us for some chilled social time. Likely plan is going for dinner somewhere nearby and cheap
Any questions, queries, to Bis of Colour UK at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to meeting bis of colour, friends and allies!
*for our definitions of bi of colour, see the the text to the right of this >>>>>>
Bis Of Colour Launch, central London, 21st July
We’ll be launching our project with an event at Kairos in Soho on Saturday 21st July.
More details including timings to follow.
There will be a Bis of Colour-only space for mutual support followed by an open session/presentation on the specific issues faced by Bi people of colour, and a mixed social to finish up the night.
check the Kairos website for directions/accessbility info.
Welcome to the Bi’s of Colour Tumblr
The Tumblr space for the UK Bi’s of Colour group.
Bi’s of Colour:
Bi(sexual), not straight or gay, queer, pansexual, bicurious, unsure people all welcome
Attracted to more than one gender? Attracted to men and women? Welcome.
We aren’t interested in whether you are ‘gay enough’ or ‘queer enough’ or ‘too straight’ or how many relationships you’ve had/who with.
Those who are descended (through one or both parents) from anywhere in Africa, Asia and Latin America, the original inhabitants of Australasia, North America, and the islands of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans.
We explicitly welcome and invite mixed race people.
We’re not interested in whether you are ‘black enough’, lots of us aren’t.
We welcome anyone who defines/sees themself anywhere in *both* of these groups.
This is the tumblr/one of the online spaces for the new UK Bis of Colour group. Questions and queries in comments or to email@example.com