Monday, 6 July 2015

Bristol Pride 2015


Bristol Pride Week is already underway and Team Bivisible are working hard to be ready for Pride Day this Saturday (11th of July).

If you wish to join us in the parade we'll be meeting in Queen Square at 10am with our bi flag ready. 



If you can't make the parade but wish to talk to us we'll be hanging out in the Rainbow Tent with sexy new leaflets and even sexier badges to impress all your friends and get all the dates*.

*Badges not guaranteed to ignite envy in friends or generate a large number of romantic situations with your desired gender(s). They will however look good on a jacket or backpack and give visibility of your bisexual pride.

It's called fashion, Darling!

It's become somewhat of a tradition now that members and friends come together to decorate t-shirts to express our pride for our sexual, gender and romantic identity. These are then proudly worn during Bristol Pride's march for all to see. The rain tried to spoil the day but the fine folk at The Windmill allowed us to use their tables for a few hours.


Welcome to bivisiblebristol.co.uk

Welcome to bivisiblebristol.co.uk. Keeping you informed and up to date with all
things Bi in Bristol.

You may or may not know but before bivisiblebristol.co.uk there was bivisiblebristol.wordpress.com, which was created when Bivis first started. However, times are changing for Bivisible Bristol and we felt it was time for a bit of a revamp. 

With Bristol Pride 2015 just round the corner and our first ever time in The Rainbow Tent, it was decided that a new website was needed. A new platform to reach out to members old and new, and to advertise meetups and events in one place (Besides the Facebook group, of course).
We also invite members and allies to contribute articles and stories about Bisexuality, Bristol or Bristol Bisexuality.  

As for the Wordpress page this will still be available for viewing and finding previous posts.  

So welcome! Have a look around and feel free to leave a comment on what you'd like to see from Bivisible in the future.

      Bisexual Coloured Bristol Sky - Thank you to Kate Griffiths for this great picture.