Manchester's bisexual social-support group
BiPhoria is a social and discussion group for bisexual people and those questioning their sexual orientation who think they might be bi. We get together monthly to discuss bi issues, give each other support, share information about national bi events and groups and to arrange social activities for the rest of the month.
We meet on the first Tuesday of every month from 7.30pm - 9.30pm at the Lesbian & Gay Foundation building, as well as having an active social programme between group meetings. New members should try and arrive early for the main group meetings as the space from 730 - 8pm is for new members.
After BiPhoria meetings we tend to socialise in either the Molly House on Richmond Street or Taurus bar on Canal Street - join us there from about 9.45pm on group nights if you miss the main get-together.
If you would like more information, don't hesitate to get in touch. See the contact page!
For those of you who live further afield or perhaps cannot often make it to Tuesday meetings, we recommend subscribing to Bi Community News (generally known as "BCN") as the best way of keeping in touch with the bi movement. Their website also has excellent links to other bi groups and email networks around the UK.