comBIne is an organization for people who are attracted to more than one gender and their allies. The group's main purposes are to provide a safe social space, to provide education and outreach, and to collaborate with campus and Central Ohio organizations on issues of importance to the bisexual community. The group will foster social activism among its members.
Brittany Brown, on behalf of Ohio State's The Lantern, wrote an article about comBIne in December of 2009. You may view the text of the article here:
Student group hopes to break through stereotypes about bisexuals
Members from the greater community are welcome to attend, but only Ohio State students can be voting members. If you are in the Columbus community, you may be interested in the more-general Columbus Bi Network, which has both a Facebook page and a Google Group listserv.
If you are having trouble viewing the embedded calendar, you can click here to view it as a separate page.
As of September 2009, we have switched from the OIT-hosted listserv to one hosted on Google Groups:
Below are various PDF pamphlets which you may find useful/informative.
- A Brief History of the Bisexual Movement
- Bisexual Resource Center Pamphlet
- Bisexuality - Some Questions Answered
- Experiences of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals
- Growing Your Bisexual Support Group
- HIV Prevention Efforts for Young Gay/Bisexual Men
- How to Start a Bisexual Support Group
- I Think I Might Be Bisexual
- Myths About Bisexuality
- Relationships, Sex And Health Among Lesbian & Bisexual Women
- Responsible Non-Monogamy
- Safer Sex for Bisexuals and Their Partners
- Teen Pamphlet - I Think I Might Be Bisexual, Now What Do I Do?
- Transgender 101
- Trends in HIV Seroprevalence and Risk Among Gay and Bisexual Men Who Inject Drugs
- Jessie Roeder - President
- Arthur Brehm - Treasurer
- Sarah Dunlap - Vice President
- Dr. Joseph Guada - Faculty Advisor
- Merideth Lively - Co-Advisor, President Emerita
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