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Bisexual Resource List BISEXUAL RESOURCE LIST This is a compilation of resources useful to bisexual and bifriendly people. TABLE OF CONTENTS Notes On The Bisexual Resource List Bisexual Resource List: Changes since the Bisexual Resource Directory, January 1995 edition. Bisexual Resource List Usenet Newsgroups Other Electronic Fora Bisexual Newsletters Other Literature Radio Shows Other Lists Of Resources HIV/AIDS Education Fight the Right Contacts Bi/Queer Product Source List For the Blind Pet Projects Bi Activist Email Addresses This document is a project of the Bisexual Resource Center <BRC@panix.com>. Last uploaded on June 20, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Notes On The Bisexual Resource List NOTES ON THE BISEXUAL RESOURCE LIST This document is maintained on the Queer Resources Directory in both plain text format (FTP: ftp.qrd.org /pub/qrd/orgs/BRC/brl.txt) and in HyperText Markup Language (HTML) format (URL http://www.qrd.org/qrd/www/orgs/brc/brl-toc.html) for access through the World Wide Web. To recieve it by email, send a message to ftpmail@qrd.org with the following commands: open send /pub/qrd/orgs/BRC/brl.txt quit A notice about where to find it i posted monthly to newsgroups soc.bi, soc.motss, and news.answers; to mailing lists spouse-support, biact-l, biversity, bisexu-l, bifem-l, and gay-libn; and to various fora on America Online, Prodigy, CompuServe, and FidoNet (ICGAL and GAYNEWS). If you know of another place that a notice about this list should be regularly posted, please inform the Bisexual Resource Center (see below.) For information on how to get copies of information from computer networks, see Getting Information Over The Network. This compilation of resources useful to bisexual and bi-friendly people is compiled by Alan Hamilton as a service of the Bisexual Resource Center, which also handles postal orders for the Bisexual Resource Guide, numerous pamphlets, buttons, books, etc. Please send dates of Pride Day (or nearest approximation) for locations you know about. If anyone you know (including you) is in the media (any sort - newspaper, magagazine, radio, television, etc.) as a bisexual-identified person, please be sure to send a copy to the Bisexual Archives, c/o the Bisexual Resource Centers in Boston and in Edinburgh. Please help eradicate US-centrism in this resource list. Point out listings which leave out the country, or otherwise assume that the universe revolves around the US. For a description of some geographic entities which are sometimes confused, send mail to <brc@panix.com>. In price listings, "waged" means that you have a job; "unwaged" or "concessions" means that you're unemployed, at school or university, retired, etc. Send additions, corrections, and suggestions to the Bisexual Resource Center in Boston (see below), including requests to have your email address listed in the Bisexual Activists Email Addresses section of the Bisexual Resource List. You can get a recent hard copy of this document through the Bisexual Resource Center in Boston (see below.) Copyright (c) 1994 by Alan Hamilton of this collection of information as a work of literature. Permission is granted for unlimited free distribution of any version that is less than 2 months old at the time of distribution. Permission must be obtained in writing for any commercial use. In all cases, this notice and the date of distribution must be included. This document is updated monthly. Personally verify any information from here that you personally use. Thanks to the many, many people who have contributed information for this listing. Bisexual Resource Center, P.O. Box 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Email: BRC@norn.com . Phone: 617-424-9595. Clearinghouse approved Last uploaded on August 16, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Getting Information Over The Network GETTING INFORMATION OVER THE NETWORK Many of the resources listed in this document are stored on the computer network ("the net"). The following are a few of those locations and how to get things from them. FTP, WAIS, archie You may have access to the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to copy information from another computer to your own. For information on FTP, send e-mail to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with "send usenet/news.answers/finding-sources" in the body. World Wide Web (WWW) WWW stands for "World Wide Web". The WWW project, started by CERN (the European Laboratory for Particle Physics), seeks to build a distributed hypermedia system. To access the web, you run a browser program. The browser reads documents, and can fetch documents from other sources. Information providers set up hypermedia servers which browsers can get documents from. The browsers can, in addition, access files by FTP, NNTP (the Internet news protocol), gopher and an ever-increasing range of other methods. On top of these, if the server has search capabilities, the browsers will permit searches of documents and databases. The document "World Wide Web Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)" is posted to news.answers, comp.infosystems.www, comp.infosystems.gopher, comp.infosystems.wais and alt.hypertext on the 1st and 15th of every month (please allow a day or two for it to propagate to your site). The latest version is always available on the web as http://siva.cshl.org/~boutell/www_faq.html. (see "What is a URL?" to understand what this means.) The most recently posted version of this document is kept on the news.answers archive on rtfm.mit.edu in /pub/usenet/news.answers/www/faq file://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/www/faq. For information on FTP, send e-mail to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with "send usenet/news.answers/finding-sources" in the body. me. Particular Sites RFTM.MIT.EDU This site stores an enormous amount of information, most of which is an archive of the latest version of each of several hundred informational postings (like this one) made regularly to the net. For information on accessing it, send e-mail to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with "send usenet/news.answers/finding-sources" in the body. QUEER RESOURCE DIRECTORY (QRD) This site stores an enormous amount of information, most of which is related to LesBiGay and Transgender issues. For information on this service and how to access it, send email to ftpmail@vector.casti.com with the following commands in the body of the message (the Subject: line is ignored): open dir get ABOUT.VECTOR cd pub/QRD dir get 00README get 0FREQUENTLY.ASKED.QUESTIONS quit This script will cause the ftpmail program to send you the following messages in response: An acknowledgement that your request was received and is queued A top-level directory of ftp.qrd.org's FTP area A short file about Vector A directory of the QRD The QRD Readme file A receipt that your request was successfully processed A list of Frequently Asked Questions and their answers, about QRD. Last uploaded on January 11, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Calendar of Events CALENDAR OF EVENTS CALENDAR: International and National 4th International Bisexual Symposium/Conference - May 24-27, 1996, Berlin, Germany. Information & Registration to Fritz Klein, MD, 4545 Park Blvd., #207, San Diego, CA 92116, USA. Tel. (619) 542-0088 Fax: (619) 542-0006. Email: fritzklein@aol.com Accomodation enquiries: IBIS 96, BINE e.V., Postfach 619214, D-10923 Berlin, Germany. Tel/FAX 49-30-6944651. Registration before March 1st, 1996: Regular $55US, Student $35US. After March 1st, 1996: Regular $70US, Student $50US. CALENDAR by Country / Region: UNITED KINGDOM Send info on events! UNITED STATES Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island (BiNet USA Northeast Region) Send info on events! New York, New Jersey, Connecticut (BiNet USA Tri-State Region) Send info on events! Maryland, D.C., Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Deleware (BiNet USA Mid-Atlantic Region) Send info on events! North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Florida, Puerto Rico, U.S.Virgin Islands (BiNet USA Southeast Region) Send info on events! Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri (BiNet USA North Central Region) Send info on events! Minnesota, Upper Michigan, North and South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Kansas City (BiNet USA Midwest Region) Because '96 - 5th annual Midwest Bisexual Conference Last weekend of April (April 26-28) 1996. PO Box 23173, Richfield Minnesota 55423, USA. Phone: 612-813-1383 Email: 2135@topcity.mn.org Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas (BiNet USA Southwest Region) Send info on events! California, Hawaii, Guam (BiNet USA South Pacific Region) Send info on events! Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming (BiNet USA Northwest Region) Send info on events! EUROPRIDE: Copenhagen 1996; Paris 1997. Send info on events! Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Bisexual Resource List BISEXUAL RESOURCE LIST CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS TO THE BISEXUAL RESOURCE GUIDE Changes to the Bisexual Resource Guide, January, 1995 edition. This list contains only groups whose information has changed since this edition of the Bisexual Resource Guide (see above) was published. Send corrections, additions, and orders for directories to the Redirection <brc@panix.com>. International INTERWEAVE: Unitarian Universalists for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns (Canada and USA, 167 Milk Street #406, Boston MA 02109, USA. URL: http://www.qrd.org/qrd/www/orgs/uua/uu-IW.html . FTP: ftp.qrd.org /pub/qrd/orgs/UUA/uu.txt . FTP by email: send to ftpmail@qrd.org: open get /pub/qrd/orgs/UUA/uu.txt quit Partners Task Force for Gay & Lesbian Couples Partners, Box 9685, Seattle Washington 98109-0685, USA. Voice: (206) 935-1206 E-mail: demian@eskimo.com http://www.eskimo.com/~demian/partners.html Gay and Lesbian Parents Coalition International (GLPCI) An advocacy and support organization of Lesbian mothers, gay fathers, bisexual parents, their partners and children. We are located in 8 countries and have over 85 chapters. GLPCI can provide some information and referrals on custody issues, adoption, surrogacy, alternative insemination, and the rights of co-parents. If you would like additional information or would like to receive our quarterly newsletter, please send your name and address to our E-mail box: GLPCINat@ix.netcom.com . Our mailing list is kept confidential and is never given to other organizations or groups. Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE) Email: KidsOfGays@aol.com . COLAGE offers a quarterly newsletter and support groups facilitated by trained professionals for children age 12 and above. Letter ExchangeFor information about joining a confidential pen-pal service for LesBiGay teens, write to: Letter Exchange, c/o Alyson Publications, 40 Plympton Street, Boston Massachusetts 02118, USA. Participants must be 21 years old or YOUNGER. Bisexual Options http://www.adnc.com/web/fritzk/ Victims' Assistance Hotline A new, non-profit, toll-free hotline is now available to assist all victims of anti-gay incidents and provide them with a centralized source of information and documentation. The Gay & Lesbian Victims' Assistance Hotline (800-259-1536) is a 24-hour project of LAMBDA Services Anti-Violence Project (AVP), located in El Paso, TX. The hotline is answered by trained volunteers who provide information and referrals to persons who have experienced terrifying violence or more common anti-gay incidents, such as discrimination, harassment, or vandalism. Callers may remain anonymous and all information is kept strictly confidential. Queer Planet International G/L/B email list for organizers. To subscribe, send mail to majordomo@vector.casti.com with one line of text: "subscribe queerplanet" in the body (the Subject: line is ignored). Redirection Publishes the Bisexual Resource Guide and pamphlets on bisexuality and related issues; maintains an archive of bisexual information from around the world. BIsexual Native And Women Of Color (BINAWOC) Postal address: BINAWOC, P.O. Box 2253, Prescott Arizona 86302, USA. E-Mail Directory of Lesbigay Scholars with more than 150 persons listed. To be included, request the entry form from lcrew@andromeda.rutgers.edu . Open Hands magazine An interdenominational quarterly journal of the "Welcoming Churches" movement. For more information, you can contact: Open Hands, 3801 N. Keeler Avenue, Chicago Illinois 60641, USA. Phone: 312-736-5526, Fax: 312-736-5475. A four-issue subscription to Open Hands is US$16 in the US and US$20 elsewhere. Australia NATIONAL Australian Bisexual Network (ABN) PO Box 490 Lutwyche, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4030. Phone: (07) 38572500 or toll free 1800-653223 from o/s 61-7-38572500. Email: <ausbinet@ozemail.com.au>. Web http://www.txdirect.net/users/bnsa/binetaus.html . ABN is the national network in Australia and can feed messages and information to all other state groups and direct members directly by mail or via our magazine, National Biways. NEW SOUTH WALES Sydney Bisexual Support Network (SBSN) Sydney, Australia. Meet once a month, arranges of social events, and participates in LesBiGay community events. Postal: PO Box 281 Broadway, NSW 2007, Australia. Phone: 0055-25926. Email contact: Cath Lawrence <claret@sydney.DIALix.oz.au> QUEENSLAND Queensland Bisexual Network (Queensland part of ABN for funding etc.) PO Box 490 Lutwyche QLD 4030 Australia. Tel. (07) 38572500 or from o/s 61-7-38572500 Queer Sexuality Collective Address: Queer Sexuality Collective, c/o Queer Tribes Clubs and Societies, University of Queensland Union, St. Lucia, Queensland 4072, Australia. Email: yal@lingua.cltr.uq.oz.au Canada NATIONAL Canadian Human Rights Campaign Email: chrt@io.org WWW: http://www.qrd.org/qrd/www/ORGS.html BI'S R US (Ottawa) Email: paula@proton.com . Postal: 11 Ettienne Brule Apt 2, Hull, PQ, Canada, J8Z-1E4. Bi's R Us - Mission Statement: The Goals of Bi's R Us are to disseminate information that works towards an end to Biphobia, through non-violent means. Bi's R Us is privately funded by the members. No outside institutions fund or aid in the funding of this group. Bi's R Us does the following: Disseminates information (as fincances allow), Educates towards an end to Biphobia within the Lesbian, Gay, and Heterosexual communities. Supports local organizing for non-violent social change, provided that this social change includes an end to Biphobia. Provides resources and referrals to support individuals and projects. Provides consultation and support of existing and emerging bi groups through personal support of organizers. Since we are emerging as a new group ourselves, we hope to maintain close ties with other Bi organizations in order to forward bisexual liberation. Provides speakers to local groups through a Bisexual Speakers Bureau. Keeps an ongoing resource list and collects articles, and books on Bisexuality. Toronto Bisexual Network For bisexual women, men, their families, friends and lovers. Meets on the third Thursday of every month, 8pm, at the 519 Church Street Community Centre in downtown Toronto. Info: (416) 925-9872 ext.2015 or <ce726@torfree.net> Bisexual Women of Toronto For women who are or who have an interest in bisexuality. Meets on the second Monday of every month, 8pm, at the 519 Church Street Community Centre in downtown Toronto. Frequent social outings, as well as a political caucus sub-group. Info: (416) 925-9872 ext.2198 or <ce726@torfree.net> Online information For lists of Canadian online contacts and information like "Gaylines In Canada", "Gay, Lesbians & Transgendered Persons, Ottawa, Ontario Canada", and "glb university Groups Canada". Also there is a ton of other useful stuff on the Ottawa Freenet that you might be interested in www or telnet to freenet.carleton.ca, login as guest with guest as a password & check out the gay lesbian & bisexual menu structure ("go glb"). Netherlands NATIONAL Vereniging Landelijk Netwerk Biseksualiteit (LNBi) P.O. Box 75087, 1070 AB Amsterdam. Phone: +31-77-35.49.776. In English to be referred to as "Dutch Bi Network". LNBi publishes a quarterly magazine in Dutch called "Bi-Nieuws". Further information about LNBi and subscriptions to "Bi-Nieuws" may be obtained from the above address or by E-mail. E-mail: maurice@linker.tdc.globalxs.nl WWW: http://www.globalxs.nl/lnbi/ Stichting Bisexualiteit Nederland Churchill-laan 59d, 1078 DH Amsterdam. Phone: +31-(0)20-66.42.337. Bi-Link Bisexual oriented computer bbs, open 24hrs/day at +31-(0)10-47.66.313 28k8 VFClass maximum speed. Main features are information about the Dutch bi organizations and electronic mail. Bi-Link connects to FidoNet (GayLink), ERO-Net and has InterNet uucp connection which makes soc.bi available as well as a number of other areas. SysOp Maurice Snellen can be reached by sending local mail or e-mail to maurice@linker.tdc.globalxs.nl for information. AMSTERDAM Stichting Werkgroep Biseksualiteit Amsterdam Rozenstraat 14, 1016 NX Amsterdam. Phone: +31-(0)20-67.53.276 (Lizan) or & +31-(0)20-68.48.250 (Franklin). Meets every second tuesday of the month from 20.00 to 24.00h at the above address, write or call for exact programme. OTHER LOCAL GROUPS Initiatief Groep Biseksualiteit Nijmegen (GOBI) Organizes meetings for bi-women about every four or five weeks, domestic meetings. For information call Hilde +31-(0)24-32.34.761 Discussion Group in Rotterdam Discussion group for bisexuals meets every month at the house of one of the participants. Feeling at home, respected and accepted are the keywords of the meetings. Discussion is about bisexuality and all possible links to it. Furthermore there is room for having fun, going out, theatre, movie, whatever. For more information, you can contact: Rene +31-(0)15-38.09.216 or Carien +31-(0)79-31.64.723 Foundation 'De Kringen' In Utrecht and Amersfoort Stichting de Kringen organizes domestic meetings. For information call Heleen (Utrecht) phone +31-(0)30-23.12.718 or Henk (Amersfoort) phone +31-0(33)-48.05.153. Werkgroep Biseksualiteit Den Haag Meets every third thursday of the month between 20.00 and 23.00h at Basta, Scheveningseveer 7, 2415 HB Den Haag (across from Swim/Fitness/Aerobic centre Mauritskade). For information call Carina at +31-0(70)-34.64.767 (answering machine if not in) or Rene at +31-(0)70-36.59.090 on tuesdays thru thursdays between 13.00 and 17.00h. United Kingdom Bisexual Action on Sexual Health http://theory.doc.ic.ac.uk/~kcl/bash.html Bisexuals In Oxford c/o OLGC, North Gate Hall, St. Michael's Street, Oxford OX1 2DU, UK. Phone: (0865) 200030. Birmingham University Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Association Birmingham Guild of Students, Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. Meetings Thursday in the Guild at 8:00pm. Meeting room open term time from 1-2:00pm on weekdays. Bi-Vocal no longer exists. No longer exist: Bi-London BiONIC, LeBiDo, Glasgow bisexual Group, Leicester Bisexual Group, Norwich Bisexual Group, York Bisexual Group, Cambridge University Bisexual Group. Thames Valley Bisexual Group never existed! Bisexuals at Partners no longer exists. London Bisexual Group (LBG) PO Box 3325, London, N1 9EQ, Great Britain. Meetings at 7:30 or 8pm each Friday at London Friend, 86 Caledonian Road, London N1. Nearest tube/BR Kings Cross - St Pancras. SMBi Network of bisexuals into SM. Newsletter, contacts, campaigning etc. Write to: SMBi c/o Central Station, 37 Wharfdale Road, London N1 9SE, UK. London Bisexual Women's Group Meets every Thursday, no longer meets 3rd Saturdays. Manchester Women's Bisexual Group> no longer exists. Contact Manchester Men's bisexual group, who are trying to set up mixed meetings. Biversity: Edinburgh University Bisexual Group Postal: 60 The Pleasance, Edinburgh EH8 9TJ, UK. Meets Wednesday evenings at The Pleasance during termtime. Birmingham Bi Women's Group Meets monthly. Write to BBWG, Friend, PO Box 2405, Birmingham B5 4AL, UK. Phone: 021 622 7351 7.30-9.30pm. Manchester Bi Men's Group Meets 3rd Mondays, 7.30pm, Manchester Gay Centre, and 1st Wednesdays during term times at Manchester Metropolitan Students Union. Also monthly social events. Newcastle Bisexual Group no longer exists (see North East Group). North East Bi Group Write c/o Gateshead Law Centre, Swinburnre House, Swinburne St, Gateshead, UK. Mostly meets second Thursdays. Preston Bisexual Group PO Box 375, Preston PR2 2UP, UK. Sheffield Bisexual Women's Group Write c/o General Office, Voluntary Action, 69 Division St, Sheffield S1 4GE, UK. Staffordshire Bisexual Group Now meets at members' houses, other details as before. Edinburgh Bi's Over Thirty Phone: 031 557 3620, Thursdays 7:30-9:30. Nottingham Women's Bi Group 8pm, third Tuesdays, at Nottingham Women's Centre, 30 Chaucer St, Nottingham NG1 5LP, UK (press buzzer marked "Reception"). Write to that address. Cambridge Group Meets monthly, address currently changing. Contact Dave Berry or see Bifrost for details. London Bisexuals at Fanny's No longer exists. Monthly bi club night 8.00pm to 2.00am on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Venue Royal Vauxhall Tavern in south London. For more info, phone: +44 956 896 589 or Email: <shed22@mail.bogo.co.uk> Brighton BiChoice Meets Fridays in LGBS room, Falmer House, University of Sussex. Open to non-students. Phone: 0273 678152. BASH (Bisexuals Action On Sexual Health) Campaigning and organising group for HIV prevention. write c/o London Bisexual Group. Bi Men For Men A UK-based network for bisexual men. It aims to put bisexual men in touch with each other, to share ideas, experiences, hopes and fears. It offers a pen-pal service, and a regular mailing of written contributions from members. If you are interested in finding out more, please send an SAE to Hugh Deynam, Dracaena, Sunny Corner Lane, Sennen, Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 7AX, UK. Nottingham Bisexual Group We meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month. Write to: Box B, Hiziki, 15 Goosegate, Nottingham NG1 1FE for more information. United States NATIONAL WITH REGIONAL OR LOCAL CONTACTS/AFFILIATIONS Bi-Married Men of America http://www-personal.umich.edu/~dastony/bmma.html Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians Post Office Box 33292, Washington DC 20033, USA. Phone: 202-223-6697. Fax: 202-265-9737 Email: PlagalOne@aol.com Affirmation: United Methodists for Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Concerns P.O. Box 1021, Evanston Illinois 60204, USA. Phone: 708-733-9590. Caucus of LesBiGay United Methodists. And Justice For All P.O. Box 53079, Washington D.C. 20009, USA. David King, communications director. Phone: 202-298-9362 Email: justice@clark.net, AndJst4All@aol.com WWW: http://www.vive.com/connect/aja/home.htm BiNet USA, Southwest Region 8601 Zuni #105, Denver Colorado 80221-7411, USA. Human Rights Campaign 1101 14th Street NW Washington DC 20005, USA. Email: communications@hrcusa.org WWW: http://www.hrcusa.org Not very bi-inclusive. Reconciling Congregation Program 3801 N. Keeler Avenue, Chicago Illinois 60641, USA. Phone: 312-736-5526. The organization of UM congregations (about 80 to date) who have taken a public stance supporting/welcoming queer folk is: Methodist Federation for Social Action 76 Clinton Avenue, Staten Island New York 10301, USA. Phone: 718-273-672. A general progressive Methodist lobby, which has consistently supported queer issues in church politics. THE HEARTLAND PROJECT, Inc. A nationwide nonprofit program to provide on-site training and advice by experienced organizers to lesbians, gay men, and bisexual and transgendered persons in suburban, small-town and rural America, to help them create (or renew) and successfully maintain organizations, projects and political action in their communities, and to link these new and renewed groups and programs to state, regional and national gay movement organizations. Actual field work will begin, funds permitting, January 1995. An eight-page organizational prospectus outlining the goals, plan and budget for the project through the end of 1997 is now available. If you are interested in using the services of the project, making a financial contribution, or serving on the board of directors, please send a snail-mail address to Mark Hertzog >mwh8h@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu<. The Gayellow Pages Free listings for LesBiGay groups and services of all kinds. Contact: P.O. Box 533 Village Station, New York, New York 10014-0533, USA. Phone: 212-674-012. Dignity/USA <dignity@american.edu> For Lesbian and Gay (and now Bi!) catholics in the US. P-FLAG Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, 202-638-4200. National Coalition for Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Youth The Coalition is a non-profit organization which serves the needs of lesbigay and questioning youth. Our goal is to help them to become happy, successful, confident adults. To this end, we works to provide the information, resources an support to assist on their journey of self-realization, self-acceptance, and coming out. One of our first projects has been to create a national database of lesbigay resources, used by a variety of referral agencies to connect youth, adults coming out of the closet, and many others to the service providers nearest them. Postal: P.O.Box 24589, San Jose California 95154-4589, USA. Fax: 408-269-5328. Email: ncglbyorg@aol.com . Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Caucus of the Young Democrats of America Write to GLB Caucus Chair Gary Perkins at 2178 Lakemoore Drive SW, Olympia Washington 98512, USA. Phone: 206-943-1808. Email: jmcderm@u.washington.edu !OutProud! National Coalition for Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Youth http://www.outproud.org/outproud/ Log Cabin Republicans LCRNat@aol.com CALIFORNIA-BAY AREA LGBT Community Resource Center California State University at Northridge. http://www.csun.edu/~lgbtcrc . Lesbian & Bisexual Womyn's Group California State University, Northridge in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Resource Center in the ZC1504 Trailer. For any lesbian or bisexual women under 24 years of age. Every Tuesday, 6:30pm until 8:30pm. Phone: 818-700-5736, 213-993-7451(V/TTY), 800-679-0525. Bisexual support group Every Tuesday from 7:30 to 9:00pm. It is held at the Billy DeFrank Lesbian and Gay Community Center, 175 Stockton Ave., San Jose, California, USA (just off The Alameda, across the street from the arena). People of all orientations and genders are welcome to participate. For more information, call the DeFrank Center at (408) 293-2429 weeknights from 6pm-9pm, or weekends from noon-6pm. Or contact Ken Jones at <kenj@sj-coop.net> or 415-943-8223. Bisexual People of Color Caucus Phone changed to 415-703-7977. CALIFORNIA-OTHER Gay and Lesbian Youth Rap Group Meets every Sunday 6:00pm-7:30pm in the Lesbian gay and Bisexual Communities Resource Center in the ZC1504 Trailer at California State University, Northridge. Long Beach Long Beach area bi activities: 310/669-4768. BiNet LA http://www.cco.caltech.edu/~fwi/BiNetLA.html COLORADO BiNet Colorado 8601 Zuni #105, Denver Colorado 80221-7411, USA. Voicemail: 303-784-5557. Email: Cheryl Kasson <cheryl@bbs.tde.com> GEORGIA BiNet Atlanta (formerly BiAtlanta) http://userwww.service.emory.edu/~dsaxe/BiNet.html Email: Dean <dsaxe@emory.edu> Valdosta State College Gay and Lesbian Association C/O Doug Carver, VSC Box 7097, Valdosta, Georgia 31698, USA. Phone: (912) 247-0181 Email: dcarver@grits.valdosta.peachnet.edu . Founded in March, 1992. BiAtlanta PO Box 5240, Atlanta, Georgia 30307, USA. Phone: 404-256-8992. Bisexual Atlanta Resource Center (BARN) Phone: 404-908-3413 ILLINOIS Gerber/Hart Gay & Lesbian Library & Archives 3352 North Paulina, Chicago, Illinois 60657, USA. Fax: 312-883-3078 Phone: 312-883-3003 E-mail: ghla@dial.illinois.net WWW: http://dial.illinois.net/~ghla/ MAINE Maine Gay Network The purpose of this mail list is to establish a connected-ness network for Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals, etc and our friends throughout Maine, where we will be fighting for Equal Rights and Equal Protection in 1995. The goal is simply to have one more way to stay in touch, and to share information - be it social, political or professional. To subscribe, send mail to majordomo@abacus.oxy.edu with the following text: subscribe me-gaynet Real Name <email address> (include brackets) MASSACHUSETTS Coming Out as Bisexual An informal support group for people who think they may be bisexual &/or who are attracted to more than one gender. 1st, 3rd, (& 5th, when appropriate) Wednesday of each month at 7pm at 95 Berkeley Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Call the BRC (Boston) office at 617-424-9595 for more info. Gay and Bisexual Married Men's Support Group Meets 1st and 3rd Monday of every month, 7:30-10 PM, 29 Stanhope St. Boston. Phone 617-576-9747 for arecorded message and a number to call for more information. See our web page http://world.std.com/~ewk/ for details and more about leaderless groups and issues of bisexuality in marriage. The Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth Education Education Committee State House Room 111, Boston MA 02133, USA. Phone: 617-727-3600 x312 MINNESOTA Olaf Lesbian and Gay bisexual transgender Alliance (OLGA) OLGA c/o St. Olaf College, 1500 St. Olaf Avenue, Northfield Minnesota 55057, USA. Phone: 507-646-3923 Email: olga@stolaf.edu WWW: http://www.stolaf.edu/stolaf/student/olga Brian Coyle, Minneapolis D.F.L. Caucus for G/L/Bi/Tg People and their Families and Friends. Phone: Marie Hanson (612)722-5673 or Wally Swan (612)338-0209. Front Runners/Walkers of MSP Outdoor walking/running group. Phone: Judy (612)293-0465 or Greg (612)724-2111. Minnesota Leather Den Women's Group Phone: Sheila (612)292-0542. Philips G/L/Tg/Ts/Bi Organization Phone: Rand (612)872-2241 or Tom (612)871-8410. NEW JERSEY Tri-State Polyamory POB 625, New Providence, NJ 07974-0625, or call Dave at 908-771-8884. Discussion/social group, based in northern & central New Jersey, for people interested in multipartner relationships and alternatives to monogamy. All orientations are welcome. Contact us for meeting times and places. Bisexual Network of New Jersey (BNNJ) A support and social group for all people that self-identify as (or think they might be) bisexual. For directions to the meetings, call the Pride Center at 908-846-2232. NEW YORK BiRequest A discussion group for bisexuals and bi-friendlies. Twice-weekly discussion meetings followed by dinner; monthly social events; dances twice a year. Meets at 131 West 72nd Street, New York City on Thursdays from 6:00-8:00 PM. Meets Saturdays from 2-4pm at Context Studios, 28 Avenue A (between 2nd and 3rd Streets). Phone: 212-714-7714. Address: BiRequest, c/o Morrison, P.O. Box 577, Cooper Station, New York NY 10276-0577, USA. OREGON Portland Bisexual Alliance PO Box 412, Portland Oregon 97207-0412, USA. Phone: 503-232-9275. Email: Pdxbi@aol.com PENNSYLVANIA Bisexual Women's Group c/o LGBSA, 310 HUB, University Park Pennsylvania 16802, USA. BiUnity of Philadelphia Email: <BiUnity@netaxs.com> http://www.netaxs.com/~cappy/biunity.htm TEXAS Bi-Net Houston http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~mel/houbinet.html Bisexual Network of San Antonio PO BOX 691784, San Antonio Texas 78269, USA. You may reach us at <Steven_Wolff@delphi.com> or Welcome Aboard Ready for Radio Austin's Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual program on KO.OP Radio, P.O. Box 49340, Austin TX 78765, USA. Phone: 472-5667. T.J Guadette 707-1694. Rick Cramer 447-8837. We are looking for reporters, councilors, psychologists, medical doctors, lawyers, legal advice groups, artists, musicians, people with radio experience, people interested in radio, writers, audio performers, and generally the many ideas that YOU can bring. We also would like to share this opportunity to increase awareness of your public service organization. We can provide public service announcements during "Ready for Radio" for your non-profit public-service organization. SMU Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Student Organization 3116 Fondren, Dallas Texas 75275, USA. Phone: 214-768-4792. Email: David Quantic (co-president) -- dquantic@sun.cis.smu.edu . Support group for bisexuals, gays, and lesbians at Southern Methodist University. Meets Thursdays at 5pm at the Human Resource / Women Center. Speakers on various topics every other meeting. Active at city and state level in GLB issues. Hosted Coalition of Gay and Lesbian Student Groups conference in September 1993. VIRGINIA ROBIN Richmond area. Newsletter: Bi Lines. Charlottesville Bi Men's Support Group Email: kmc2f@virginia.edu Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Bisexual Resource List BISEXUAL RESOURCE LIST ELECTRONIC MAILING LISTS AusGBLF A gay, bisexual, lesbian, transgender & friends list for more serious discussion of queer related topics, announcements etc. To subscribe send e-mail message to majordomo@queer.org.au Leave Subject: header blank and put the following command in the body of the message: subscribe ausgblf your e-mail address BNNJ BiNet New Jersey. Mostly announcements. To join, send mail to bnnj-request@plts.org . Contributions to: bnnj@plts.org Channel Q Up-to-the-minute action alerts and news, via email, from lesbigay organizations such as GLAAD, NGLTF, Project 21, the Gerber/Hart Library and more. To subscribe, send email to qnews@channelq.com with one of the following subject headings: SUBSCRIBE or SUBSCRIBE DIGEST OzBi A list for Australian bisexuals and those interested in bisexuality. Overseas bisexuals are welcomed. To subscribe send e-mail message to majordomo@queer.org.au with the following command in the body of the message: subscribe ozbi your e-mail address OzChat A gay, bisexual, lesbian, transgender & friends list for less serious discussion, chatting, fun, gossip etc. To subscribe send e-mail message to majordomo@queer.org.au with the following command in the body of the message subscribe ozchat your e-mail address PFLAG-Talk and PFLAG-Announce Unmoderated discussion list and moderated announcement list for people all over the world who have friends or family members who are gay or lesbian to share personal experiences, to provide support, or to help list members find resources in their own communities. This list is sponsored by PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays), but you do not need to be a member of PFLAG to participate. The charter of PFLAG also includes bisexual people and their parents, and has recently begun outreach into the transgender community (see Tgs-Pflag.) They suggest that all subscribers to pflag-talk also subscribe to pflag-announce. To subscribe to both pflag-talk and pflag-announce, send a single message to majordomo@vector.casti.com with these two lines in the body of your message: subscribe pflag-talk <your-user-name> subscribe pflag-announce <your-user-na me> Tgs-Pflag This is a list for people all over the world who have friends or family members who are transgendered. We also welcome the participation of those in the tg community who are concerned with issues of parental/familial acceptance. To subscribe, send the following command in email to tgs-pflag-request@mtcc.com: subscribe. To switch from individual messages to digest format, send email to majordomo@mtcc.com with a body of subscribe tgs-pflag-digest unsubscribe tgs-pflag APANet Mailing list for Asian Pacific Americans and anyone who is interested in them and their issues. To subscribe, send email to majordomo@vector.casti.com with the message: subscribe apanet BiAct-L Announcements and discussions of bisexual activism. To subscribe, send a message to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu with the following in the message body: sub biact-l Your Name Directions for posting to the list will be sent to you when you are added to the list. To unsubscribe or suspend your biact-l mail, send one of the following commands to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu: unsub biact-l OR set biact-l nomail BiFem-L Discussions by bi and bi-friendly women [only]. To subscribe, send a message to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu with no subject line and the following message body: subscribe bifem-l your full name You will receive an acknowledgement of your message, and will later receive a message welcoming you to the list and explaining how to post messages. The list volume is 80-100 messages per day. binl-l Bisexuality discussion in Dutch. To subscribe, send e-mail to listserv@bi-link.tdcnet.nl with the following command in the message body (the Subject: line is ignored): subscribe binl-l Bisexu-L Discussions by bisexuals and bi-friendly people. To subscribe, send a message to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu with no subject line and the following message body: subscribe bisexu-l your full name You will receive an acknowledgement of your message, and will later receive a message welcoming you to the list and explaining how to post messages. The list volume is 45-50 messages per day. A digest form (2-3 mail messages per day, each a packet of messages received that day) is available to reduce the number of mail messages. Instructions for switching to the digest form are included in the welcome message you receive when you are added to the list. BiThry-L Discussions of bisexuality and gender theory. To subscribe, send a message to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu with the following in the message body: sub bithry-l Your Name Directions for posting to the list will be sent to you when you are added to the list. To unsubscribe or suspend your bithry-l mail, send one of the following commands to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu: unsub bithry-l OR set bithry-l nomail Biversity Boston area announcement list. This is not a discussion list. Subscriptions to biversity-request@blank.org, announcements to biversity@blank.org CD-Forum Support of cross-dressing, transsexuality, and other gender issues. A "safe space", digested electronic mailing list for friendly and frank discussions. No membership fees. Your address will be kept in strict confidence. Articles you submit for publication in the forum are stripped of header and signature id unless you instruct me otherwise. To subscribe, please send a short paragraph describing your interest in cd forum, and where you heard of it, to cd-request@valis.biocad.com You will be requested to submit an introductory article within one month of your subscription. You can also subscribe via WWW: http://www.swcp.com/~therev/cdf.html ddmm-l@surplus.demos.su Novyj forum dlja RUSSKOJAZYCHNYH LES, BI i GEJev: Dlja vkljuchenia v list ili chtoby uznat' o nem podrobnee, pishite (ne objazatel'no po-russki :) na adres: gala@surplus.demos.su . Avtomaticheskogo listservera poka net, tak chto vozmozhna zaderzhka podpiski na 2-3 dnja. Vy poluchite izveshchenie o vkljuchenii v list. Dobro pozhalovat'! Gala. For English readers: A new LES-BI-GAY-oriented mailing list for RUSSIAN speakers on the net. To get more info and/or to get subscribed let you send a letter to the address: gala@surplus.demos.su . You should concisely introduce yourself to get subscribed. You will get a notice when you will be put on the list (this is not automated yet, so 2-3 day delay may occur). You are welcome for friendly conversation (_Primarily_in_Russian_!) Eagle Gays in the Boy Scouts of America. Send subscription requests to eagle-request@pompei.usc.edu and contributions to eagle@pompei.usc.edu Euro-Queer is a list devoted to communication among European l/b/g/t activists, organizations and individuals. It has a specific focus on queer euro-news and euro-activism, but it is also a forum for general l/b/g/t discussion. To subscribe, send a mail message to: majordomo@queernet.org with the first (not subject) line of the message: subscribe euro-queer-digest (for the digest) or subscribe euro-queer (for separate messages). Euro-Queer-Studies is a list devoted to communication among European l/b/g/t researchers and students involved or interested in queer studies. Researchers and students are encouraged to contribute with information about their present projects, as well as with all kind of other information relevant to the purpose of this list. To subscribe, send a mail message to: majordomo@queernet.org with the first (not subject) line of the message: subscribe euro-queer-studies Gay-Libn Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Librarians Network. To join the list and receive mailings: At Bitnet nodes, send mail or an interactive message to listserv@uscvm with the text sub gay-libn firstname lastname (no punctuation, no other text). At other nodes, send mail to listserv@vm.usc.edu with the text sub gay-libn firstname lastname (no punctuation, no other text). GayMormon An email mail group has been created for gay Mormons and their friends for the discussion of the many issues that gay members of the Mormons church face with family, friends, the LDS church, and trying to become part of the gay community. This group is made up of gay Mormons with varying degrees of involvement in the gay community and/or the LDS church. It is meant to serve as a safe space for gay mormons who may feel isolated, to correspond with others facing similar issues. If you or someone you know is interested in joining, sent a note to nephi@netcom.com GayNet LesBiGay issues. To join, send mail to gaynet-request@queernet.org . GLB-News LesBiGay-related news and information. To join send mail to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu or listserv@brownvm.bitnet with the following message body: Subscribe GLB-NEWS Your Name GLBPOC@geri.pa.dec.com Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual People of Color mailing list. GLQSOC-L Gay/lesbian/queer social science email list. To subscribe, send email to listserv@bingvmb.bitnet or listserv@bingvmb.cc.binghamton.edu with the following command in the message body (the Subject: line is ignored): sub glqsoc-l Your Name LUTI (LesBiGay Christians) For information, send an email message (from Internet) to lcrew@andromeda.rutgers.edu with the subject line: Subject: LUTI, yes NE-Social-motss Announcements about social (and not social) events in the North East (United States, from New Jersey up to Maine) that are of interest to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trangendered people. To subscribe, send mail to majordomo@plts.org with the following command in the body of the message (the Subject: line is ignored): subscribe ne-social-motss NJ-motss and nj-motss-announce Mailing list for discussing gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered, issues/etc. in New Jersey. Topics vary, but are mostly about happenings in the area. Messages are tagged as either "announcements" or non-announcements. To subscribe, send mail to majordomo@plts.org with the following command in the body of the message (the Subject: line is ignored): subscribe nj-motss OR subscribe nj-motss-announce Poly (formerly "triples") Mailing list on polyamorous relationships. To subscribe, send email to majordomo@hal.com with the following command in the body of the message (the Subject: line is ignored): subscribe poly Profemen Men's issues in a (pro-)feminist environment. Bi men & women are welcome. Subscription to: jyanowitz@hamp.hampshire.edu (Jason). QueerCampus is a list devoted to organizing and networking among the l/g/b/o campus communities world-wide. It will be a means to foster communication in an inexpensive manner between lgb activists, student leaders, organizations and individuals committed to making all campuses more queer and queer-friendly. To join the QueerCampus mailing list send a message to majordomo@vector.casti.com with a one line message: subscribe queercampus Spouse Support Mailing List (SSML) An Internet mailing list in both standard and digest formats for straight spouses and their bisexual partners who are trying to make their marriages survive and thrive. Membership is moderated and confidential. To Subscribe send a mail message to majordomo@texsys.com with the following command in the message body (the Subject: line is ignored): subscribe spouse-support OR subscribe spouse-support-digest TG-DISCUSS, TG-SPIRIT A free-form conference for discussion, debate and discourse on transgender issues/spirituality. Members of all religions are welcome, although the list is not to be used as a forum for the proselytization of a particular religion and/or its dogma. To subscribe to TG-DISCUSS or TG-SPIRIT, send email to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.AOL.COM with the message SUBSCRIBE LISTNAME YOURNAME Transgen For people interested in gender and transgender. Send an email message to listserv@brownvm.brown.edu with only the message subscribe transgen Your Name UK-MOTSS Lesbian, bisexual and gay network community. Requests for information may be obtained automatically by sending a message to uk-motss-server@pyra.co.uk with the subject send misc/info. Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Usenet Newsgroups USENET NEWSGROUPS Subscription method depends on your newsreader software, so check out the manual or ask someone else who uses the same newsreader. aus.culture.lesbigay de.alt.gblf Diskussionsforum fuer Gays (Schwule), Bisexuelle, Lesben und Freunde. English: German language newsgroup for gays, bisexuals and lesbians. soc.bi Usenet social newsgroup for Bi and Bi-friendly people. 20-50 messages per day. http://serf.org/~jon/soc.bi/ soc.women.lesbian-and-bi Usenet moderated newsgroup for discussions of interest to lesbians and bi women. alt.personals.bi Newsgroup for personal ads by or for bisexuals. soc.support.youth.gay-lesbian-bi Moderated newsgroup support group for sexual minority and exploring youth. alt.transgendered Usenet social newsgroup for people interested in gender and transgender issues. soc.motss Usenet social newsgroup for gays and lesbians, it also includes many bisexual people, and supportive straight people. 200+ messages per day. alt.polyamory Usenet social newsgroup for discussing polyamory - loving more than one person at a time. soc.women.lesbian-and-bi A moderated forum for the discussion of the lives of lesbian and bisexual women. ELSEWHERE... There is a bisexual sub-forum on Compuserve - it is called Biways, and is a sub-forum of the HSX200 forum. One of the seven message boards of America Online's 'Gay & Lesbian Community Forum' is a Bisexual Message Board. There are several FidoNet echos for LesBiGay and Transgendered folks. Please send specifics to brc@panix.com for inclusion here. Last uploaded on June 20, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Other Electronic Fora OTHER ELECTRONIC FORA America Online There is a lively UU community on AOL with at least one busy message board, downloadable library files, and live "chats". Bears Mailing List A mailing list for the Bear identified men and their admirers. This group is set-up for men who do not fit the "GQ Gay Image". This mailing list keeps members up-to-date on "Bear" events in their areas. To subscribe, email: majordomo@queernet.org (no subject line), with the following message body: SUBSCRIBE Bears_digest #bi An Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channel for discussions of/by bisexuality and bisexual people. Reportedly most active 10:00 P.M. EST to 3:00 A.M. PST. If your system has IRC capability, the 'irc' or 'ircii' command should connect you to IRC. Then the '/join #bi' command should connect you to the #bi channel. Use the command '/help' for general help and '/help [command]' for help with a particular command. Bi-PaganA bi pagan discussion list. To subscribe, send email to listserv@maghmell.demon.co.uk with the command "subscribe bi-pagan Your Name", where Your Name is replaced by your own name. WWW: http://chuggalug.clues.com/~giolla/bi-pagan/index.html CompuServe Forums: HSX100 and HSX200. See also the Lesbian/Gay Issues section of the Issues Forum on CompuServe. It is a welcome place not only for lesbians and gays, but also for bisexuals and discussions of bisexuality (and other issues of interest to bisexuals). Electronic Gay Community Magazine The world's longest running online publication for the gay, lesbian and bisexual community. The URL is http://www.awes.com/egcm FidoNet FidoNet has several echos which deal primarily with lesbigay issues: GAYNEWS Gays/Lesbians News Echo. ICGAL Issues Concerning Gays and Lesbians GAYLINK Gay Topic Discussion Conference GAYTEEN Gay Teenager forum for teenagers to discuss their sexuality Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Speakers Bureau of Boston Would like to start an email list to publish articles which won't fit in the monthly print newsletter. Email: glbsb@aol.com GenX-Bears Mailing List A mailing list for the Bear identified men and their admirers, ages 18-35 This group is set-up for men who do not fit the "GQ Gay Image". This mailing list keeps members up-to-date on "Bear" events in their areas. To subscribe, email: randy.stern@pcld.com URL: www://www.spdcc.com/home/genx International Association of Lesbian/Gay Pride Coordinators, Inc. c/o Tom Ervin, 79 West Archer Place, Denver CO 80223, USA. E-mail: ialgpc@bbs.tde.com OR ialgpc@aol.com International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) Postal: 1360 Mission Street, Suite 200, San Francisco California 94103, USA. Phone: 415-255-8680. Fax: 415-255-8662. Email: iglhrc@igc.apc.org .  Partners Task Force for Gay & Lesbian Couples Partners, Box 9685, Seattle, WA 98109-0685, USA. Voice: 206-935-1206. E-mail: demian@eskimo.com Resources on marriage, domestic partnership, parenting, statistics on same-sex couples. Practical Psychology Magazine Regular publication of articles on gay psychology. Prodigy Q-LIGHT Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) Quaker list. The list is open to everybody, though we respectfully request that people who feel conscientiously that they must issue calls for repentance or make disparaging comments about LGBT folks or Quakers engage us elsewhere on the net. We're everywhere :). To subscribe, send email to majordomo@world.std.com with "subscribe q-light" or "subscribe q-light-digest" (without quotes) as the message body. Home page: http://world.std.com/~rice/q-light . Queer-e An interdisciplinary electronic journal of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer writing. For more information, send email to majordomo@vector.casti.com with the following command in the body of the message (the Subject: line is ignored): info queer-e-text uk-bi A national list for the UK. To subscribe, send email to listserv@maghmell.demon.co.uk with the command "subscribe uk-bi Your Name", where Your Name is replaced by your own name. WWW: http://chuggalug.clues.com/~giolla/uk-bi/index.html Last uploaded on June 22, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Bisexual Newsletters BISEXUAL NEWSLETTERS Bi Centrist Newsletter, c/o BiCentrist Alliance, 202-828-3065, PO Box 2254, Washington, District of Columbia 20013-2254, USA. US$10/year. Bi Community News Paper and online. See http://www.ant.co.uk/~binews/ Bifocal Newsletter, PO Box 13158, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414, USA. BiFocal Bi-monthly newsletter of BAM (Bisexual Awareness in Melbourne), PO Box 38, Clifton Hill, VIC, Australia 3068. The Bi Monthly Newsletter, published monthly by the Champaign-Urbana Bisexual Network, c/o McKinely Foundation, 809 South Fifth Street, Illinois 61820, USA. 1-year subscription (10 issues) US$10 (US$7 with valid University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus mail address.) BiNet News Published by BiNET, P.O.Box 772, Washinton District of Columbia 20044-0772, USA. US$10 or membership in BiNet (yearly dues of $1 per $1000 of income.) BI-Nieuws Published four times per year by the Dutch National BI-Network (Vereniging Landelijk Netwerk Biseksualiteit.) Write to P.O. Box 75087, 1070 AB AMSTERDAM to subscribe, or send e-mail to maurice@bi-link.tdcnet.nl Bi-ways Newsletter published by the Australian Bisexual Network. Monthly about 15 pages $oz 20 p.a. Subscriptions to the Australian Bisexual Network, P.O. Box 490, Lutwyche, Australia 4030. Biverse Monthly newsletter of the Sydney Bisexual Support Network, PO Box 281, Broadway, NSW, Australia 2007. Phone (in Australia): 0055-25926. Bi Women Newsletter, published bimonthly by the Boston Bisexual Women's Network, 617-424-9595, POB 639, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140, USA. CRBN Newsletter Newsletter (irregular) of the Canberra Region Bisexual Network, PO Box 458, Civic Square, ACT, Australia 2608. National Biways Bi-monthly news magazine produced by the Australian Bisexual Network, PO Box 490, Lutwyche, Queensland, Australia 4030. Available through membership of AU$20 or newsletter exchange. Tel. 61-7-38572500. Neither Newsletter (irregular) of the Adelaide Bisexual Collective, PO Box 3391, Rundell Mall, Adelaide, SA, Australia 5000. North Bi NorthWest Newsletter, Seattle Bisexual Women's Network, 206-517-7767, P.O. Box 30645 Greenwood Station, Seattle WA 98103-0645. Side Bi Side Quarterly newsletter of the Bi Network of the Washington, D.C. Area, P.O. Box 2646, Langley Park, MD 20787, USA. US$15/year, checks payable to BNDC or Bi Network. Unitarian Universalist Bisexual Network (UUBN) Newsletter, published occasionally by UUBN. Send US$10 to UUBN, P.O. Box 10818, Portland, Maine 04104, USA, for a membership packet including the newsletter, a copy of the International Directory of Bisexual Groups and lots more. Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Other Literature OTHER LITERATURE Bisexual Resource Center for several things, including the following: Bisexual Resource Guide Maintaining A Simple Archive pamphlets, including: A Brief History Of The Bisexual Movement Bisexuality Bisexuality: Some Questions Answered 50 Steps To Bisexual Visibility Bisexual Books Of 1991 (Annotated Bibliography) Bisexual Books Of 1992 (Annotated Bibliography) Bi-Bliography (Suggested Readings) How To Start A Bisexual Support Group Myths About Bisexuality Why Would Gay & Lesbian Organizations Include Bisexuals Safer Sex Using The Klein Scale To Teach About Sexual Orientation Lesbigay And Transgender Glossary Retreat And Conference Budgeting Australian Bisexual Network PO Box 490, Lutwyche, QLD., Australia 4030: Bisexuality - with ABN info, OzBi electronic readers list info, books on bisexuality. Bisexuality - with ABN info, state & territory bi & partners groups info. Bisexuality - with ABN info, info on ILGA. Women, Bisexuality and Sexual Health - with Australian Bi women's info, contacts, books. Women, Bisexuality and Sexual Health - with international Bi women's info, contacts, books. What if My Husband or Boyfriend is Bisexual? Booze, Drugs, Sex, Bisexuality & You - with Queensland information, support & counselling services. What is the Australian Bisexual Network - with ABN info, OzBi info, list of books on bisexuality. The Swingers Guide to Safe Fun Times - to be released in early 1996. Men, Bisexuality and Sexual Health - to be released in early 1996. All brochures will be released on audio cassette in early 1996. Anything That Moves magazine, c/o BABN, 2404 California Street #24, San Francisco, California 94115, USA. 1 year: US$25, 2 years: us$45, Foreign/group/institutions: 1 year, US$30, Limited income: 1 year, us$16. Make checks payable to BABN. "Mailings are discreet & sent bulk mail." Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out ed. by Loraine Hutchins & Lani Kaahumanu. Boston: Alyson Publications, 1991. ISBN 0-55583-174-5 (paperback). US$11.95 Bisexual Politics: Theories Queries And Visions Edited by Naomi Tucker with Liz Highleyman and Rebecca Kaplan, Haworth Press. See http://www.black-rose.com/bipolbook.html for info and ordering details. Bisexual Horizons by Sharon Rose and Cris Stevens et al (Off Pink Publishing), published by Lawrence and Wishart 1995. Sequel to Bisexual Lives. Bisexual Lives Published in London by Off Pink Publishing, 1988. ISBN 0-9513103-0-5 (paperback). Sequel is Bisexual Horizons. The Bisexual Option, Second Edition Fritz Klein, MD. 1993. The Haworth Press, Binghamton New York 13904-1580, USA. ISBN 1-56023-033-9. Bisexuality: The Psychology and Politics of an Invisible Minority edited by Beth A. Firestein, Counseling Center, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale IL, USA. Foreword by Maggi Rubenstein. August 1996. 376 pages. $55.00 hardcover ISBN 0-8039-7273-3. $25.95 paperback ISBN 0-8039-7274-1. To order, contact Sage Publications, Inc. Customer Service: 805-499-9774 Fax: 805-499-0871 E-mail: order@sagepub.com Web page: http://www.sagepub.com Bisexuality, A Reader And Sourcebook Thomas Geller, ed. 1989 Times Change Press, Ojai, California, USA. Bisexuality & Hiv/Aids: A Global Perspective ed. Rob Tielman, Manuel Carballo, & Art Hendriks. Buffalo, NY, Prometheus Press, 1991. ISBN 0-87975-666-7. [US$42.50 cloth; paperback not yet available 2/92.] Breaking the Barriers to Desire: Polyamory, Polyfidelity and Non-monogamy New approaches to multiple relationships. Kevin Lano and Claire Parry, editors. Five Leaves Publications, available from AK Press, PO Box 40682, San Francisco, California, 94140-0682, USA. Closer To Home: Bisexuality & Feminism edited by Beth Reba Weise. $14.95 from Seal Press, 3131 Western Avenue #410, Seattle, WA 98121-1028, USA. Phone: (206) 283-7844. Cracking The Corporate Closet to be published by Harper/Collins in 1993, will examine employment practices, workplace issues, charitable and political giving, advertising and other issues relevant to lesbian and gay rights. Down There Press http://www.bookfair.com/publishers/downthere/qrd Dream Magazine Klinger Publications, Klinger Building, 2801 Fourth Ave., San Diego, California 92103 USA. US$70 for 12 issues. The Final Closet: The Gay Parents' Guide For Coming Out To Their Children rev. ed. Rip Corley. ed. by Jean Chang. LC 89-82740. 192p. 1990. Pap. 8.95 (ISBN 0-945586-08-6). Editech Pr. The Handbook Of Non-Sexist Writing For Writers, Editors And Speakers Casey Miller and Kate Swift. US: 1980, Harper And Row, ISBN 0-06-463542-2. UK: 2nd British edition 1989, The Women's Press Limited, 34 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX, England. UK pounds 4.95. In The Family Quarterly periodical devoted to the interests and concerns of GLBT families. The subscription rate is $22.00 ($26.00 U.S. outside the U.S.) Single copies are $5.50 ($6.50 international). Send check or money order to: "In The Family, P.O.Box 5387, Takoma Park MD 20913, USA. The editor can be contacted at Phone: 301-270-4771. Fax: 301-270-4660. E-Mail: Lmarkowitz@AOL.COM. International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE) has a catalog of gender related books. Call IFGE at 617-899-2212 or write at IFGE Inc., P.O. Box 229, Waltham MA 02154-0229, USA and ask for their publications catalog (you might also ask for membership information). International Gay/Les/Bi Student Group Directory. 128kb. Send mail to <bmcconne@vtssi.vt.edu> to request a copy or provide updates. A Manager's Guide to Sexual Orientation in the Workplace by Ellis and Powers. Open Hands is published by the lesgay group of United Methodists. Open Hands, 202-863-1586 fax 202-488-1423, P. O. Box 23636, Washington, District Of Columbia 20026, USA. The Other Side Of The Closet: The Coming-Out Crisis For Straight Spouses Amity P. Buxton. 350p. (orig.). 1991. pap. 14.95 (ISBN 1-877880-07-8). IBS Press. Out magazine http://www.out.com Talk Back! The Gay Person's Guide To Media Action "Lesbian And Gay Media Advocates", US$3.95 Alyson Publications, Boston, 1982. ISBN 0-932870-10-4 Two Lives To Live: Bisexuality In Men And Women Ed. by Fritz Klein & Timothy J. Wolf. New York: Harrington Park Press, 1985. ISBN 0-918393-22-1 (pap.). Also published by Haworth Press, 1985, with the title Bisexualities: Theory And Research; originally appeared as Journal Of Homosexuality, vol. 11, nos. 1/2 (spring 1985). Women And Bisexuality by Sue George. 252 pages. Published by Scarlet Press, 5 Montague Road, London E8 2HN, UK. Price: GBP 9.99 (paperback); GBP 30 (hardback) (GBP is the international code for british pounds). ISBN: 1 85727 071 1 (paperback); 1 85727 066 5 (hardback). Slippery When Wet -- Bisexual. Penetration positive. Queer. Published by More! Productions, PO Box 3101, Berkeley, California 94703, USA. Email: slippery@netcom.com. Very sex-positive, sexually radical up-and-coming 'zine. Subscriptions $20.00 for 4 issues, or 30.00 for 4 issues and a t-shirt. Make check out to More! Productions, and sign your name over a statement saying you are over 21 and wish to purchase erotic materials. Editor, Sunah Cherwin. Last uploaded on June 20, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Radio Shows RADIO SHOWS BiVocal The radio show by, for, and about BiSexuals,c/o 9A Bealey Ave, Christchurch 1, New Zealand. Plains FM, 96.9 MHz, canterbury plains area, New Zeland. It is a community radio station. We alternate, every 2nd week Mondays 8-8:30pm. The other week is Outwaves, the queer show. Last uploaded on June 16, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Other Lists Of Resources OTHER LISTS OF RESOURCES Adult Childern of Heterosexuals Adult Children of Heterosexuals Bisexual Resource Guide US$8.00. Bisexual Resource Center (BRC), POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. The Bisexual Archives available for use by appointment with BRC, POB 639, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140, USA. Guide to Internet Resources for Women Available from 2 sources: Telnet or Gopher to INFORM.UMD.EDU to do this type "telnet inform.umd.edu" or "gopher inform.umd.edu" Use either the arrow keys or number keys to select: Educational Resources / Women's Studies / Computing / Guides to the Internet / guide by hunt Clearinghouse for Subject-Oriented Internet Resource Guides at the University of Michigan: Gopher: Minnesota's list of Gophers / University of Michigan / Library Resources / New and Featured on the Internet / Clearinghouse of Subject- Oriented Internet Resource Guides / Guides on the Social Sciences / Women's Studies Guide ftp://una.hh.lib.umich.edu/inetdirsstacks/women:hunt FTP to una.hh.lib.umich.edu. Login as "anynomous", and use your e-mail address as a password. Type "cd inetdirsstacks" to reach the proper directory. The commands "ls" and "dir" will display a list of files in the directory. Use the command "get women:hunt" to download the file onto your account. End with "bye". List of organizations who either have a "sexual orientation" clause as part of policy or are subject to laws relating to "sexual orientation". Requests, corrections and contributions to larry@bradley.bradley.edu. List of Bisexuality in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Other Fiction Requests, corrections and contributions to daveb@harlequin.co.uk (Dave Berry). List of GLBO Television Characters semi-regular or recurring/ occasional gay, lesbian or bisexual characters in english language TV shows around the world. Requests, corrections and contributions to David Wyatt <david_wyatt@umanitoba.ca>> . Carol Mortimer's Gay TV Home Page http://pages.prodigy.com/NJ/ carol_mortimer/gay_tv_menu.html List of books with bisexual themes and/or characters. Requests, corrections and contributions to jhm%hourglas@tronsbox.xei.com . *** This address is obsolete. Does anyone have another? *** Bisexuality in Literature: A Checklist Requests, additions, and corrections to M. S. Montgomery, PO Box 1189, Princeton, New Jersey 08542, US, or michael@pucc.princeton.edu. Soc.bi FAQ A list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and their answers from soc.bi, the bisexual social newsgroup. http://serf.org/~jon/soc.bi/ Copies may be requested from jon@serf.org (Jon Harley). Reading list (short) for people in mixed-sexual-orientation relationships. Requests, corrections, and contributions to: pfieland@citron.sw.stratus.com (Peggy Fieland). GLBO-Centered Film List Available by ftp from ftp.qrd.org as /pub/QRD/info/LISTS/glbo.films.list . Queer Resources Directory (QRD) A collection of lots of information on QRD is accessible in the following ways: by World Wide Web at http://www.qrd.org/qrd by WAIS at wais.qrd.org by Gopher at gopher.qrd.org by FTP at ftp.qrd.org (149.52.1.1.30) For more information, send mail to info@QRD.org . E-Mail Directory of Lesbigay Scholars Contains more than 150 persons listed. To be included, request the entry form from lcrew@andromeda.rutgers.edu . Open Hands list of Welcoming Churches gopher://gopher.qrd.org/00/gaystuff/QRD/religion/ok.churches ftp://ftp.qrd.org/pub/qrd/religion/ok.churches P.E.R.S.O.N. Project Public Education Regarding Sexual Orientation Nationally: http://www.youth.org/loco/PERSONProject/ Last uploaded on June 22, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. HIV/AIDS Education HIV/AIDS EDUCATION The following people have volunteered to be contacts for HIV/AIDS issues: Liz Highleyman <liz@black-rose.com> Michael Beer <mawad@american.edu> Julie Waters <julie@drycas.club.cc.cmu.edu> HIV/AIDS related resources Computerized AIDS Ministries Network Telnet: hwbbs.gbgm-umc.org FTP: hwbbs.gbgm-umc.org WWW: http://hwbbs.gbgm-umc.org WWW: http://198.139.157.121 Safer Sex Pamphlet, $1 developed by BiCEP and published by BRC, 617-424-9595, PO 639, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140, USA. AIDS Memorial Quilt http://www.aidsquilt.org/ Each of the 32,000 colorful panels in the Quilt was made to remember the life a person lost to AIDS. Panels are 3 feet by 6 feet -- the size of a human grave. As the epidemic claims more lives, the Quilt continues to grow: over fifty new memorial panels are added each week. The Quilt stands for more than the tens of thousands of people whose names are sewn into the fabric. It stands, as well, for the sorrow, anger, love and hope of people who make panels. Fight the Right Network http://www.critpath.org/ftrn/ Expose the Right! http://www.mainelink.net/expose/ Last uploaded on June 20, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Fight the Right Contacts FIGHT THE RIGHT CONTACTS US/National Scot Nakagawa, Fight the Right Coordinator/NGLTF, 522 S.W. 5th Avenue, #1375, Portland, OR 97204. Phone: (503) 221-0115. Fax: (503) 228-1965. Fight the Right Network http://www.critpath.org/ftrn/ Expose the Right! http://www.mainelink.net/expose/ US/California Task Force To Oppose the California Anti-Gay Ballot Initiative, c/o Mike Hudson of People for the American Way, 330 Washington Blvd. Suite 703, Marina del Rey, CA 90292. Phone: 310-823-2860. US/Florida Floridians Respect Everyone's Equality, 317 1/2 Park Ave., Tallahasse, FL 32301. Phone: 904-561-6336. Human Rights Task Force 1222 S. Dale Mabry, #652, Tampa, FL 33629. Phone: 813-273-8769. US/Idaho Idaho for Human Dignity, P.O. Box 797, Boise, ID 83701. Phone: 208-336-5160. US/Maine Equal Protection Lewiston, P.O. Box 7804. Lewiston, ME 04243-7804. Phone: 207-784-5818. US/Michigan Michigan Organization for Human Rights, P.O. Box 2738, Lansing, MI 48909. Phone: 517-887-2605. US/Oregon Support Our Communities Political Action Committee. Phone: Debra Betron 503-287-9370. Rural Organizing Project PO Box 919, Scappoose, OR 97056. Phone: (503) 543-3978. Ask about getting in touch with the nearest Human Dignity Coalition group, there are fifty-two throughout rural Oregon. US/Tennessee Social Justice Committee, James Talent, c/o MCC/Knoxville, P.O. Box 2343, Knoxville, TN 37901. Phone: 615-521-6546. US/Washington Washington Citizens for Fairness, P.O. Box 4828, Seattle, WA 98102. Phone: 206-233-1932. Last uploaded on June 16, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Bi/Queer Product Source List BI/QUEER PRODUCT SOURCE LIST BiUnity's BiProducts http://www.netaxs.com/~cappy/biproducts.html . Two great t-shirts available, proceeds benefit BiUnity, the Philadelphia network for bisexual people and their friends. Buys For Bi's 1559 Rockville Pike Suite 213, Rockville Maryland 20852, USA. Buttons and T-shirts. Write for catalog. Like A Diva 312-227-2588. Call for catalog. Lambda Rising 800-621-6969, 1625 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington District of Columbia 20009, USA. Books, music, videos, buttons, gifts, etc. Mailing list for extensive quarterly book catalog.Send name and mailing address to: lambdarising@his.com Don't Panic Designs 11264 Playa Ct., Culver City California 90230, USA. Phone: 310-815-0280, 800-457-PANIC. A Different Light on Hudson Street in Manhattan, NYC (Info in 212 Area Code) Liberty Books Austin, Texas, USA. Phone: 800-828-1279. Cardpack Subscriptions Box 330, 70-A Greenwich Avenue, New York, NY 10011. Specify your request for either the Community Cardpack (men) or Sapphile (women). Christopher Street West Association sells a number of Gay-oriented items through the mail. Credit cards accepted; for a free merchandise catalog, call 213-656-6553. Dan Kaufman Graphics Dept I, PO Box 33714, Washington DC 20033-0714, USA. Phone: (202) I'M OUT-RU? [466-8878]. Fax: (202) 466-8879. E-mail: dkaufman@cais.com WWW: http://www.cais.com/dkaufman/dkg.html Bisexual Resource Center (Boston) Has an Order Form for buttons and T-shirts (and bisexual literature). OVERLOOK Sells T-shirts and will soon have buttons and jewelry. Postal: ATTN: BBL Department, 6611 W Peoria Suite 5132, Glendale Arizona 85302, USA. Email catalog: 9650@ef.gc.maricopa.edu . Phone orders (any time of day or night): 1-800-OVERLOOK (1-800-683-7566) from within the United States. 2% of all sales goes to the Shanti Foundation. We Are Not Invisible Indianapolis Youth Group (IYG) has a video for sale/rent called "We Are Not Invisible". Television and movie star Wilson Cruz of the highly esteemed television series "My So Called Life," and recently released motion picture "Nixon", shares his personal experiences with over 75 gay, lesbian, bisexual, and diversity-sensitive youth from across the United States. In a talk-show format, Wilson and other teens candidly exchange stories about: coming out as a gay youth, their experiences at school, gay youth and religion, and the video concludes with powerful youth perspectives about the future of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people. This video sheds a refreshingly positive light on being young and gay. The cost of the video is $29.95 + S/H to buy and $10 + S/H to rent for seven days. It is on VHS tape and runs 38 minutes. For more information contact: IYG, P.O. Box 20716, Indianapolis, IN 46220, USA. Phone: 317-541-8726. Fax: 317-545-8594. IYG is a support group in Indianapolis, that helps support and educate gay, lesbian and bisexual youth under 21. Also check out the back pages and ads in Genre, OUT, Advocate andother related magazines, often found even in MAINSTREAM bookstores, like Barnes & Noble, WaldenBooks, BookStop and others. Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. For the Blind FOR THE BLIND Publications of the Redirection are available free to vision-impaired people in regular print, large print, or on 3.5" IBM-compatible or Macintosh floppy disk. We would like to make our literature available on audio tape, as well. Contact us to volunteer to record literature on audio cassettes for the blind. Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Pet Projects PET PROJECTS (things we'd like to see happen in Bi communities) Audio tape/braille bi literature for people with visual impairments. Eliminating oppression of people in the Bisexual Communities on the excuse of race, age, or disability. Translating bisexual pamphlets into other languages than English. Contact the Redirection to volunteer. The Down Under Project - to publish a bisexual anthology of personal stories, poetry, artwork, etc from bisexual people, partners, Bi groups etc from Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Norfolk Island & the islands of the South Pacific. Submissions to Australian Bisexual Network by early 1996. Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA. Bi Activist Email Addresses BI ACTIVIST EMAIL ADDRESSES (Internet format) Send mail to BRC@panix.com to be added to this list. Keep in mind: This list may be requested by anyone, from BRC@panix.com, and is posted monthly to many places. Adam Wills <Pdxbi@aol.com> President of the Portland Bisexual Alliance, a political, social and support oriented bisexual organization in Portland, Oregon, USA. Adrian Banard <inki@MIT.EDU> Aimee L. Tweedie <bv424@cleeveland.freenet.edu> Alan Hamilton <alan@spdcc.com> Former president of the East Coast Bisexual Resource Center (now the Bisexual Resource Center) and co-founder of the Unitarian-Universalist Bisexual Network (now merged with Interweave: Unitarian Universalists for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns.) Does writing and public speaking, panel discussions and workshops on HIV/AIDS, sexual orientation, bisexuality, oppression theory, and related subjects. Contact for bisexual issues, bisexual literature, or to volunteer time to BRC or Interweave. Alexei Guren <alexei_guren@msn.com a BiNet USA Coordinator and Editrix of <BiNet News.> Amila Chandrasekera <Amila.Chandrasekera@ucllk.sprint.com> Ariella <Ariella@multicom.org> Moderator for the /Bisexual and /Leather Special Interest Groups on multicom-4, a gay, lesbian, and bisexual BBS based out of Rochester, New York. Bisexual Resource Center (Boston) <brc@panix.com> Biverse - The Bisexual Association <TLGC@trentu.ca> Biverse is a open political/social/support group based on the principle of freedom of sexuality expression in all forms. Although its address is through Trent university, it is a community based group. Brett Beemyn <brett-beemyn@uiowa.edu> Cappy Harrison <cappy@netaxs.com> Philadelphia-area activist; contact for BiUnity, Philadelphia's network for bisexual people and their friends, and for the Philadelphia Polyamory Support Group. Chris Hampton <moocow@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu> Facilitator of BiONiC, the local bi group in Lawrence, Kansas, USA. Darci L. Chapman <dlc@gasco.com> Dave Berry <daveb@harlequin.co.uk> Dean Taormina <taormina@cac.psu.edu> E Grace Noonan <e.noonan@hlo.mts.dec.com> Digital Equipment Corporation lesbigay activist; contact person for translesbigays in recovery from alcoholism and addiction as well as those who are family and friends of someone in or needing a recovery program. Ellen Clary <ellen@dgi.com> Email contact for Bi-Friendly, San Francisco, California, USA. Gerard Palmeri <gerard@netcom.com> Gregory Potts <VAAF41A@prodigy.com> Ian Watters <iwatters@cix.compulink.co.uk> Hon Secretary of the London Bisexual Group, PO Box 3325, London, Great Britain N1 9EQ. Jill Nagle <jcnagle@garnet.berkeley.edu> Julie Firman <firman@RCF.rsmas.miami.edu> Julie Waters <julie@drycas.club.cc.cmu.edu> Long-term activist and founder of the BISEXU-L, GLB-NEWS and TRANSGEN lists. Does public speaking on issues related to gender, sexual orientation and transsexualism. Ken Jones <kenj@sgi.com> Kirsten Obrien <hbant024@dewey.csun.edu> http://www.csun.edu/~hbant024 Administrative Director of the California State University, Northridge, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Resource Center (California, United States of America). Laura Arnold <laura@plts.org> Liz Highleyman <liz@black-rose.com> Louie Crew <lcrew@andromeda.rutgers.edu> Maria Maso <mjmaso@firefly.prairienet.org> Mike Montgomery <michael@pucc.princeton.edu> A.k.a. "M. S. Montgomery". Reference librarian, bi-bliographer, versifier, essayist, lifepartner, father, lover, friend. Takes reference and bibliographic queries on bi-related subjects. Malcolm Pon <mpon@gmuvax2.gmu.edu> Co-chair, Education and Outreach, George Mason University GLBSA. Maurice Snellen <maurice@bi-link.tdc.globalxs.nl> Secretary of the Dutch National BI-Network ("Vereniging Landelijk Netwerk Biseksualiteit"), e-mail contact-person for this organization, who can also be contacted if you want to subscribe to their newsletter 'BI-Nieuws'. WWW: http://linker.tdc.globalxs.nl/~maurice/ MikZ <mscheper@st.nepean.uws.edu.au> Involved with the Sydney Bisexual Support Network, and also Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Sacramento (California State University, Sacramento) and Suede (University of Western Sydney, Nepean). Mitchell Plitnick <mitch44@ix.netcom.com> Ray Schnitzler <schnitz@unipress.com> Robyn Ochs <ochs@world.std.com> Ronald Ferguson <ronie@cup.portal.com> Tane' Tachyon <tachyon@ucscb.ucsc.edu> Ted Hardie <hardie@culture.com> Tigger <nnewman@us.oracle.com> Tom Limoncelli <tal@plts.org> (home) -- <tal@big.att.com> (work) Write to me for info about internet mailing lists on these topics: Drew University Alumni/ae, IXO/tpage users, New Jersey Unix Sysadmins' Group (like SAGE), New Jersey motss, North East motss, BiNet/New Jersey, and more! Wayne Bryant <bryant@scd.teradyne.com> Co-founder of Biversity Boston. Contact for the Biversity Calendar. Author of Bisexual Characters in Film: From Anais to Zee (not yet published). Will Rowe <mdrache@trentu.ca> An active member of Biverse, the Trent Lesbian and Gay Collective, and a dedicated activist on HIV/AIDS and sexuality issues. Kay Dekker <idx009@cck.coventry.ac.uk> Virginia Fleming <vmf@acpub.duke.edu> Wayne Roberts <RobertW@ificrm001.prose.dpi.qld.gov.au> Co-Convenor of Australian Bisexual Network and editor of National Biways news magazine. Zan Walker <zanw@freenet.scri.fsu.edu&rt; <zanw@freenet.fsu.edu&rt; Last uploaded on August 10, 1996. (c) 1996 Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) <brc@norn.com> http://www.norn.org/pub/other-orgs/brc/ Phone:617-424-9595 Postal: POB 639, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140, USA.