You can find Dylan at:
Sunday, October 16, 2016
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
2200 Hancock Dr, Austin, TX (edit map)
Private Meeting Room
This will be an informal discussion relating to Bisexual women, challenges and issues that we face, questions that come up, is there support out there?
This will be very casual, please know that you can share as much or little as you like. I know it can be difficult to come out and meet others, and I’ve heard that there seems to be a few close friends in our group and yes that’s true! But we all have come out to an event and met one another in the past.
There aren’t any support groups in Austin for us to go for support, and belonging to a supportive group is a very important.
I will bring some brochures, the topics are:
What Does It Mean to Be Bisexual?
Am I Normal?
How Do I Learn to Like Myself?
Whom Should I Tell?
How Can I Meet Other Bisexual People?
So if you are new here, or haven’t been to a Meetup in awhile, I invite you to come to this open discussion. Hopefully we’ll have a few other Organizers or active members come out as well.
I chose the Yarborough Library because there’s a Private Meeting Room, and also it’s Centrally located and maybe we can go to Pinthouse Pizza afterwards if anyone is interested.
When you arrive at the library, just ask the Information Desk where to find the Meeting Room. I have us listed as:
Group: Girl Talk Discussion Group
Topic: Open Discussion to vote on future topics and books
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