There are few cities that can top New York City's nightlife. No matter what your sexuality is, there's a dance floor with your name on it. But for those looking to find people more like them, there are plenty of clubs in NYC that cater to the bisexual community and the greater LGBT community. Cubbyhole may be the most bisexual-friendly venue on the list.
BiRequest: A social group for bisexual and bi-friendly people
Tired of feeling like we don't have a place where we can just be ourselves? Confidential peer support for bisexual people and their allies in Fairfield County, CT. Feel free to bring questions or topics for discussion. Make some supportive friends in the local bi community. All are welcome -- you do not have to identify as bisexual in order to attend.
The network promotes bisexual visibility , works to protect the bisexual community from discrimination and biphobia and assists and empowers the individual community members, their families and friends to live full, rich, safe and happy lives. NYABN provides listings of groups, events and general information of interest to the local bisexual community as well as providing links to Regional , National and International Groups and Events on its website and phone-line. After the Stonewall riots in June Brenda Howard , a bisexual woman who'd previously been active in the anti-war and feminist movements, both organized a rally one month after the riots and then co-ordinated the very first Gay Pride in June , commemorating the first anniversary of Stonewall.
Lesbian bars are on life support. Blame the internet, which made it easier for LGBTQ people to meet potential partners without a dedicated physical space. Yes, things have gotten much better. Roving parties and pop-ups for lesbian, bisexual, and queer women in New York City aim to solve a problem all adult New Yorkers face: making friends. So at 10pm on a Wednesday night, I find myself floating on an inflatable rainbow unicorn in the pool at a Times Square hotel.