Los Angeles Bisexual/Pansexual/Fluid Community Needs Assessment

Hello friends! The Los Angeles Bi Task Force (LABTF) is super excited to release our Los Angeles Bisexual/Pansexual/Fluid Community Needs Assessment! We’re aiming to gather data on the community’s current social, cultural, psychological, medical, and political needs in order to provide information to local bisexual, LGBT, and mainstream groups and …

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Los Angeles Bi Task Force Creates Bisexual Health Calendar!

On the heels of the Bisexual Roundtable at the White House in 2013 and the Bisexual Resource Center recently proclaiming March “Bisexual Health Awareness Month,” the Los Angeles Bisexual Task Force (LABTF) releases its “March 2014 – 31 Days of Bi Wellness Calendar!” The bisexual community, which includes pansexual, fluid, …

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Ofelia’s forthcoming chapbook

Our new Steering Committee member, Ofelia del Corazon, is creating a chapbook titled Professional Bisexual! It will be ready by Pride (June 9-10) and hopefully available at our festival table. See her blog post about an LA event this Friday at which she’s reading from the book: http://mommyfiercest.com/2012/05/25/the-professional-bisexual-dana-johnson-michelle-joyner-at-stories-books-and-cafe-june-8th-7pm/

New Steering Committee members

Los Angeles Bi Task Force is excited to announce two new appointments to our Steering Committee: Cadyn Cathers and Ofelia del Corazon. Both are highly accomplished for being so young. Cadyn is program coordinator at Antioch University, holds several other part-time positions, and is completing requirements for an MFT license …

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Bi/Fluid Pride in 2 weeks!

Bi / Fluid Pride is in 2 weeks and we are up to 26 marchers!! Please join us (and bring a friend) so we can have an even bigger contingent! And if you can’t march, at least cheer us on from the sidelines and then come to the After-Party! Please …

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Our friend Thomas Provost

We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of a dear friend and Bi/LGBT community member, Thomas/Theo Provost. He was a member of the LA Bi Center planning and AMBI steering committees. He was also a LABL moderator, a past facilitator of the Long Beach Bi Chat Group, and a …

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