Whether you're newly coming out or a veteran bi activist, there comes a point when it's time to stop talking about abstractions and it's time to start LIVING as bi people.It is sometimes easy to forget that our sexuality is ultimately about how we love - that our bisexuality is about love, a love that transcends boundaries of sex and gender.Inside am Bi, however, we are open and out to each other.Applicants who do not meet these 3 simple requirements will you usually be contacted, but this will result in significant and easily-avoided delays to your membership.User names like "Bi Gurl23" or acronyms like "KFS" sound pretty silly when used in person.If you absolutely do not want people to know your real name, pick something. If you prefer, you may tell us your name in your "Introduction." If you are applying as a couple, we require names for BOTH of you. (Please, no groups of people, no animals, no cartoons, no nature scenes, no childhood pics) This helps us find you when meeting at a busy venue and also helps people learn and remember who you are.
This is the name by which people in the group will refer to you.
We do this to protect the privacy and integrity of the group.
Some of our members are closeted outside of am Bi, and we want to protect their anonymity.
But remember, as with any group, you get out of it what you put in!
JOINING am Bi: am Bi is a private Meetup and you will need to be approved by an Organizer in order to join.
We often have multiple members with the same name - yet again, photos fix any issues instantly.