Who we are . . .
Bisexual Men of Toronto (BiMoT) offers a community where bisexual men and men questioning their sexuality can share diverse perspectives on bisexual issues and experiences.
All men are welcome, including transgender and transsexual men.
We provide support, a social network, information and referral to other organizations and services.
Afterwards, there is an opportunity for informal social time at a nearby restaurant or bar.
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. Look for the bi flags and the TBn banner.
All bi/pan/fluid/questioning folks are welcome to march; allies, including friends and partners, are invited to cheer us on as we march!
Bisexual Men of Toronto has its peer support meeting on the fourth Tuesday of each month (except December) from 8-9:30pm at Sherbourne Health Centre - Room 1077, 333 Sherbourne Street.
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.
© 2016 BiMoT