Who we are . . .
Bisexual Women of Toronto (BiWoT) offers a community where bisexual women and women questioning their sexuality can share diverse perspectives on bisexual issues and experiences.
All women are welcome, including transgender and transsexual women.
We provide support, a social network, information and referral to other organizations and services.
March with Bisexual Women of Toronto(BIWOT) in the Dyke March on July 2, 2016!
Meet us: 1:00 p.m. at south-east corner of Ted Rogers Way and Bloor St. by electronic sign. Keep your eyes out for bi flags (pink, purple blue). Coming post 1:30 p.m.? Find us in the marching line at Church and Bloor and look for the Bi Flags and BIWOT banner
All queer women and dyke-identified are welcome to march; allies, including friends and partners, are invited to cheer us on as we march!,/p>
March with Toronto Bisexual Network (TBN) in the Pride Parade on July 3, 2016!
Meet us: 1:15 p.m. at south-east corner of Ted Rogers Way and Bloor St. by electronic sign. Keep your eyes out for bi flags(pink, purple blue). At 1:30 p.m. we'll move into marching line at Church and Bloor
All bi/pan/fluid/queer/questioning folks are welcome to march; allies, including friends and partners, are invited to cheer us on as we march!
Bisexual Women of Toronto has its peer support meeting on the first Thursday of each month from
8-10pm at the 519 Church Street Community Centre.
The meetings involve discussion on topics brought up by those in attendance,
and often include:
- safer sex
- our place within the larger queer community
- coming out
- the meaning of bisexuality
- and more!
In order to create a safe space,
confidentiality is emphasized.
Afterwards, there is an opportunity for informal social time at a nearby restaurant or bar.
© 2016 BiWoT