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Advanced Bi+ Allyship: Going Beyond the “Bi”nary

Beginning the ally journey can take a lot of introspection about your biases—and that work must continue as you become a more advanced ally. In this 201-level training, we will continue the conversation about the bisexual+ community—people who can be attracted to more than one gender—and some next steps to become an even better bi+ ally. Join PFLAG National to continue your journey by learning some common myths and stereotypes about people who are bisexual+, discussing advanced bi+ ally behaviors, and continuing the conversation about how your chapter can grow to be even more inclusive of members of your community who are bi+.

Beginning the bisexual+ (bi+) ally journey can take a lot of introspection about our unconscious biases. In this learning session for advanced allies, participants will learn some common myths and stereotypes about people who are bi+, discuss advanced bi+ ally behaviors, and continue the conversation about how organizations can grow to be even more inclusive of colleagues who are bi+.

One of our key goals is to help you take the information that you learned in this session and use it to make your chapter stronger and more effective. To do that, we’ve created this page to provide you with tools, resources, and references to materials mentioned in the workshop. As always, the PFLAG National staff is here to help. If you have any questions, comments, or just need some good advice, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

PFLAG Resources: 

Bisexuality+ 101: Understanding & Supporting People Who Are Bi+ (Recorded training included)

Bisexuality+ 101: Questions to Ask Yourself to Become a Better Bi+ Ally (PDF)

Something to Talk About Live – July 2, 2020

Something to Talk About Live – March 4, 2021

Something to Talk About Live – September 23, 2021

3 Steps to Being a Better Ally to People Who Are Bi+


Invisible Majority: The Disparaties Facing Bisexual People and How to Remedy Them 

A Closer Look: Bisexual Transgender People

Bisexual adults are far less likely than gay men and lesbians to be ‘out’ to the people in their lives

Health Disparities Among Bisexual People

Exploring the Intersectionality of Bisexual, Religious/Spiritual, and Political Identities from a Feminist Perspective

Between a Gay and a Straight Place: Bisexual Individuals’ Experiences with Monosexism

        5 Key Findings About LGBTQ+ Americans


Bisexual Resource Center

American Institute of Bisexuality

Bisexual Organizing Project


        Still Bisexual


Claiming the B in LGBT

A Guide to Pansexuality

Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World, Second Edition

Bisexual and Pansexual Identities: Exploring and Challenging Invisibility and Invalidation

Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution

Additional Resources:

GLAAD Media Institute: Media Advocacy Essentials for Bisexual+ People

GLAAD Blog: Some questions to ask yourself as you become a better bi+ ally

Anything That Moves Magazine Manifesto