Welcome to Bi Women Boston, the home of the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network and the Bi Women Quarterly, produced in Boston for women everywhere.

This site is an affirming space for women with bi+ (bi, pan, fluid, and other non-binary sexualities) and those who love and support us.

The theme for BWQ’s Spring issue is “Firsts.” Read it here. and sign up for a free electronic subscription here

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The theme for Summer 2019 will be “Non-Binary x2 (or more)” and the theme for Fall 2019 will be “Growing Older.”

You can find the full call for writing here, and submission guidelines are here.

Apphia reads Bi Women Quarterly.


Please support bi+ women and bi+ visibility by making a donation today. Please help us get to our goal! PLEASE GIVE TODAY.



In the Boston area? You are invited to join us at our monthly brunches. Held in members’ homes, these are relaxed, informal gatherings where everyone brings a dish or beverage to share. ALL women are welcome.


I call myself bisexual because I acknowledge my potential to be attracted, romantically and/or sexually, to people of more than one gender, not necessarily at the same time, in the same way, or to the same degree.
–Robyn Ochs


Contact Information

PO Box 301727
Jamaica Plain MA 02130


***DATE CHANGE*** Women’s Brunch at Charlotte’s in Dorchester now April 28

Sunday, April 28, noon-3pm. Please bring a potluck dish to share. The brunch welcomes all women, trans and cis, as well as nonbinary individuals. There are about 10 steps to get into the apartment. It is 2 blocks from JFK/UMass and several bus lines. Some street parking is available. Please RSVP to avon.alger@gmail.com

Women’s Brunch at Robyn’s in JP May 18

Saturday, May 18, noon-3pm. Please bring a potluck dish to share. This event welcomes all women, trans and cis, as well as nonbinary individuals. There are steps leading up to this home, as well as 2 cats. Street parking is available. RSVP to robyn@robynochs.com

What’s the Difference Between Bisexuality & Pansexuality?

A good article in Cosmo that respects both bi and pan identities. https://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/a20776748/pansexual-vs-bisexual-differences/

Read this new article:

“‘Bisexual’ Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means,” in Refinery 29, 2/2/2018. Alexandra Bolles and Robyn Ochs are featured.


“Activists are cultural artists. They envision a world that does not yet exist, and then take action to create that world.'”
Robyn Ochs