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“Every subset of our larger LGBT community needs and deserves funding, to cover costs for everything from direct services to developing the next generation of our movement’s leaders. So I’m not saying that bisexuals deserve more than our fair share. What I am saying is that we deserve more than no share at all.” – Amy Andre, Huffington Post funding_disparitiesRead HuffPost’s “Show Us The Money: Funding for Bisexual Community Lacking
BiNet USA helps change the conversation about bi people
Right now, BiNet USA is educating the world at large about the real live challenges bisexuals face. Some of our biggest threats to the safety and security of the bi+ community:
  • 61% of U.S. bi women report experiencing domestic violence.
  • Nearly 50% of bisexual people in America report attempting suicide.
  • 46% of bi women in the U.S. report being raped in their lifetime

 

 

BiNet USA is at the forefront of a revolution of the heart.
Won’t you join us?
Photo of President Obama and BiNet USA President Faith Cheltenham

Photo of President Obama and BiNet USA President Faith Cheltenham

Historical Achievements
of
BiNet USA
2018: BiNet USA board member Eliot Sutler co-chairs Creating Change, the first time a bisexual organizer has been named to help host the National LGBTQ Task Force’s annual conference.
2017: BiNet USA President Lynnette McFadzen is named co-chair of Equality March, the first time a leader in bisexual organizing was appointed a co-organizer of a March on Washington for LGBTQIA rights.
2016: BiNet USA organizes first live streamed White House Bisexual Briefing at the White House (YouTube).
2015: BiNet USA, The Bisexual Resource Center and Bisexual Organizing Project co-organize the 2015 Bisexual Briefing at the White House with the Obama administration. The meeting provided solutions to pressing bisexual policy concerns by engaging federal and administration officials via the development of a set of Bisexual Policy Recommendation documents for the briefing (documents developed in large part by Heron Greenesmith, Lauren Beach, Esq., J.D. and Dr. Herukhuti).
2014: BiNet USA President Faith Cheltenham, is the first president of a bisexual non-profit to meet privately with President Obama alongside other national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) leaders and witness an Executive Order signing
2013: The Bisexual Resource Center and BiNet USA co-organized the 1st Bisexual Community Issues Roundtable at the White House in Sept 2013.

Attendees from the 2013 Bisexual Community Issues Roundtable at the White House visited The LGBTQ Task Force prior to their meeting with the Obama administration.

2010: Partnered with the U.S. Census to do bisexual specific outreach, because our families count too!
2008: Partnered with Rock the Vote to encourage participation in the American electoral process.
2007: Participated in the development of the report Bisexual health: An introduction and model practices for HIV/STI prevention programming with the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and Fenway Health.
2006: Created initiative to reach out and determine specific needs of bisexuals in rural areas.
1993: Played a key role in the successful national campaign to include “Bi” in the March on Washington for Gay, Lesbian and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.
1998: Hosted the First National Institute on Bisexuality and HIV/AIDS (1998)
1998: Organized an Ally Campaign, educating and holding ally organizations accountable for their actions.

1995: Developed and sent out survey to organizations nationwide serving GLBTQ youth. The survey report was published and sent to agencies, offering assistance in improving services.
1993: With the Bisexual Resource Center and the Washington, DC-based Alliance of Multicultural Bisexuals, we co-sponsored the largest US bisexual conference to date with over 600 people in attendance.
1987: A contingent of 75 bisexuals marches in the 1987 March On Washington For Gay and Lesbian Rights. This event proves to be the first nationwide bisexual gathering. The first national bisexual organization is conceived at this gathering, The North American Bisexual Network. NABN would later change its name to BiNet USA.

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