Who we are

The London Bisexual Network is a professional network catering for those working in the legal, insurance, banking and professional services industries.

We aim to provide education and visibility on behalf of the bi communities within the city of London.

While primarily focused on the bi community, we welcome individuals from the greater LGBTQ and pan community, as well as allies.
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Celebrating Bi Visibility Day 2019
Bi Pride:Celebration Networking Event - 29 August 2019

Pride at Macquarie ENG is pleased to invite all of its members and allies to a networking drinks and nibbles event to celebrate Bi Pride.
 
Bi Pride falls on September 7 this year and, in anticipation of that, the Pride ENG will host members of the Bi Pride organising team, as well as members of the London Bisexual Network and KPMG’s David Pearson, recent winner of a British LGBT Award, who identifies as bi.

To RSVP, contact prideEMEA2@macquarie.com with the subject "Bi Pride"
Bisexuality, Mental Health and Me at Mind - 23 September 2019

To mark Bi Visibility Day 2019, the LBN will be presenting at a 'lunch and learn' at Mind. Jonathan Andrews, co-chair of the LBN and Equality Leader at Mind, will discuss the experiences of bi people in the workplace and mental health services, including the 'Stand Bi Me' toolkit he authored, supported by Mind and Stonewall.

Topics of discussion will include a bisexuality 101, mental health experiences of bi people, and why bi mental health is important.
Unmasking the Bisexual Identity: Fact vs Fiction - 25 September 2019

LBN is jointly organising an event with IPOut, generously hosted by Allen & Overy LLP.

Over the past several decades, an increasing number of lesbian and gay people have “come out” to their loved ones, communities and colleagues. Being open about their sexual orientation has helped many individuals to feel more fulfilled in their lives and careers, as well as encouraged some societies to become more inclusive.

Many bisexual people, however, have been far more reticent to come out even though ~35% of LGBT people identify as bi*. In this panel discussion, we’ll discuss what it actually means to be bisexual and tackle some of the myths associated with being attracted to more than one gender.

IP Out is for LGBT+ people and their allies working in the IP professions. Find out more information here.

For more information about this event,  including how to book tickets, visit the IP Inclusive website.

Pride in London 2019

Pride Collaboration with Citi - Summer 2019

For Pride's Diamond Jubilee, the London Bisexual Network teamed up with Citi.


Read more about it at this page here
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