For more than a dozen years, Fenway Health’s Bisexual and Bi-Curious Men’s Group has been a haven for men seeking a confidential forum to discuss bisexuality. Meeting on the second Tuesday evening of each month, the drop-in group typically sees anywhere from three to seven men seeking support around their experiences of bisexuality, says group leader Charles Strauss, a licensed clinical social worker and self-identified bi-male. One of Strauss’ primary goals is to foster a space that is as open-minded and inclusive as possible to address the diversity of bisexual identities. To that end, there is no pre-registration nor requirementRead More
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