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Bay Area Bisexual Network (BABN) is social and networking group in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is the oldest and largest bisexual group in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 1987 BABN has welcomed people who are just coming out or new to the area to have opportunities to meet and talk with other bisexuals.

HistoryEdit

Founded in 1987, BABN was the successor to the San Francisco Bisexual Center, which closed in 1984. Inspired by the East Coast Bisexual Network Conference] in 1987, local activist like Ann Justi and Maggi Rubinstein began organizing. For nearly 10 years, BABN coordinated a speaker's bureau, a newsletter, retreats, and monthly cultural and educational forums. BABN’s phone line offered one of very few ways for isolated bisexuals to find and connect with the Bisexual community.


[edit] Services BABN provides support to the bisexual community, including a website and links to resources. BABN also has two email lists: One low-volume, moderated list for events of interest to the bisexual community, and a second, unmoderated list for open discussion.

For hundreds of bisexual people, the email lists are their only contact to the bi community. BABN also has social networking groups on Facebook, Tribe.net and others. A calendar of events is the most-used feature of the BABN website

See alsoEdit

Bisexual community BiNet USA American Institute of Bisexuality Bisexual Resource Center

External references Edit

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