Welcome to Bi Women Boston, the home of the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network and birthplace of 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.

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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

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Jamaica Plain MA 02130


Winter 2023 issue of BWQ is out!

The theme for the Winter 2023 issue of Bi Women Quarterly is “Bodily Autonomy, Privacy, & Feminism.” Read it here.

Next digital brunches: 5 Feb, 4 Mar, 2 Apr, 6 May…

Come join us virtually. We welcome women & nonbinary folks from around the globe. This brunch is an inclusive social event and welcomes trans & cis women and nonbinary folks who are comfortable in this kind of setting. Questions/RSVP to BWQevents@gmail.com. Digital brunches are from 1-2:30pm EST. Sunday, February 5th, Saturday, March 4th, Sunday, April […]

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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/


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