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#BiHealthMonth, founded and led annually by the Bisexual Resource Center, raises awareness about the bisexual+ (bi, pansexual, fluid, queer, etc.) community’s social, economic and health disparities; advocates for resources; and inspires actions to improve bi+ people’s well-being.

Why Bi+ Health Matters

Bisexual+ people experience worse mental, physical, and emotional health outcomes than their gay, lesbian, and heterosexual peers.

Bisexual+ Health Resources

A collection of free brochures, handouts, and other resources for bisexual+ people, their allies, and their healthcare providers.

Bisexual+ Community Events

Connection improves mental health and social wellbeing. Find support groups, social events, and bisexual+ community organizations.

Bi+ Health Awareness Month 2023: Beyond Visibility

This year’s #BiHealthMonth theme is “Beyond Visibility”. As we reflect on 10 years of Bi+ Health Month and look to the next decade, we chose this theme to recognize that while we’ve made incredible strides with visibility, there’s still so much more work to be done to ensure health equity for bi+ folks. Visibility is the first step on our path to ensuring better care, more inclusive resources and healthier community spaces for bisexual+ people everywhere.

Our 2023 Partners

Thank you to our 2023 #BiHealthMonth partners for their commitment to bisexual+ health equity and their support for the bisexual+ community. Become a partner by pledging to post about bi+ health during the month of March!

AIDS United logo
Bi Pan Library logo
bi plus podcast logo
BiRequest logo
Bisexual Organizing Project logo
Fandom Forward logo
Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective logo
Inclusion Tennessee logo
Los Angeles Bi+ Task Force logo
PFLAG logo
National LGBTQ Task Force
The Center: Pride Center San Antonio logo
ReACH Northwestern logo
SAGE: Advocacy and Services for LGBT Elders logo
Speak OUT logo
Toronto Bi+ Net logo
Toronto Bi+ Network