Welcome to the Bi+ Support Group at Harriet Hancock Center. We are the newest group at the center. We have peer support meetings twice a month; Bi+ Space meets the first and third Monday of the month from 7-9pm. This is a meeting open to anyone who identifies as bisexual, pansexual, poly/omini/multisexual, questioning, or MGA (multiple gender attracted). This is a good place to come and speak with people who understand what you’re going through and are willing to listen. We also have a Bi+ 101, on the second Monday of the month from 7-8:30. This is an educational program where all are welcome to come and learn more about what it means to be Bi+ and the issues facing this often misunderstood but important component of the LGBTQ+ community. This meeting is opened to the public and you don’t have to identify as Bisexual+ to come and learn about the Bi+ community. Come learn how to be a better ally to the Bi+ community by staying up to date with the problems affecting the bisexual+ community. Have questions or concerns, please email us at BiSpace@harriethancockcenter.org or find us on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/colabiplusspace/
Ana Kilmer is a bisexual advocate who is originally from Atlanta, GA but now lives in Lugoff, SC. Ana attended Georgia Gwinnet College for two years, she is currently taking a break but will be going back to school soon to finish getting a degree in orthopedic therapy. In her free time she loves to volunteer, hike, and just be outside as much as possible. For more information, you can contact Ana at, BiSpace@harriethancockcenter.org
Miles Joyner is a junior at the University of South Carolina. They have been doing work in the bisexual community for roughly 3 years working with BiNet USA and their #BiStoriesProject and running their own affirmative, intersectional Facebook page about bisexuality, Miles the Bisexual. They also serve as a board member for USC's student organization IRIS (Individuals Respecting Identities and Sexualities) fulfilling the duties of Logistics Chair.