Links & Resources

Yahoo BMMG · Boston Gay and Bisexual Married Men's Support Group , our Yahoo email support group, for Boston members between regular meetings, and for members from other cities to participate in supportive talk about our lives.

Bisexual Married Men: Global Support Group "This is a collaborative and interactive website designed for bisexual married men to support one another and to connect to each other; this website provides access to support resources."

Gay Fathers of Greater Boston Gay/Bi Married Men of Seattle, a support group in Seattle much like our own group in Boston. See especially "what to expect" on the home page of this nicely designed web site. Gay Fathers and Husbands of NE Ohio, a support group in Akron. a website created by Abigail Garner for adults and mature teens with lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) parents Equality Press a New Hampshire GLBT publication. Gay-friendly AA meetings A list of meetings in Boston and Cambridge Gay-friendly AA meetings A list of meetings in Boston and Cambridge Gay & Bi Fathers of NYC . Monthly meetings in Manhattan. Gay Fathers of Toronto North Shore Men A club for gay and bisexual men on the north shore of Massachusetts. NH Rainbow Resources New Hampshire Rainbow Resources.

South Shore discussion group meets every Thursday evening at All Souls Church in Braintree MA. Contact Rick or Don, Ph: 781-762-1595.

GLBT Cape Cod A directory of resources on the Cape.

Philadelphia PA Local chapter of Gamma peer support group for gay and bisexual men who are married, separated, divorced, or living with a woman. Meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at William Way Center, 8-10pm. Telephone 215-477-6003. P.O. Box 8501, Phila, PA 19101.

MAGMA: Married and Gay Men's Association (Maine)

GAMMA: The Gay Married Men's Association of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area

Bisexual Married Men of America (BMMA), an e-mail support group for husbands.

Married Gay Men, a personal home page with useful links.

GAMMA support groups, links to support groups in Dallas, Grand Rapids, Philadelphia, Saint Louis, Washington DC, and Australia.

In the Family Magazine, Thoughtful articles on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender families. See for example Bob's Story.

You're Not Alone: Straight Spouse Support Group. For men and women who have been or are married to a gay or lesbian spouse. Generally meets the fourth Monday of every month, 7:30-9:30 pm. Telephone (978) 618-6670, This support group meets at Newton-Wellesley Hospital.

Straight Spouse Support NetworkSupport for straight spouses and partners, current or former, of gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender mates world wide. Support groups operate in 40 communities in the US and in 6 foreign countries. Members provide information on spouse and family issues to professionals, community organizations, and the media. Experienced support group leaders provide mentor assistance for organizing new support groups.

Straight Spouse Support Network Mailing Lists: For the Straight Spouse, For Either Spouse, For Both Spouses, For the Gay / Les / Bi / Transgender Spouse, and About HIV.

Wives of Bisexual & Gay Husbands eGroup, an email group with a closed membership of women (girlfriends, wives, and ex-wives) of bisexual or gay men.

Fenway Community Health In addition to health services, Fenway has support groups geared to gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender individuals, on issues such as recovery, coming out, trauma, self-esteem, parenting, and substance abuse. LGBTQ+ Resources "One overarching question exists for LGBTQ+ facing addiction: "Where and how do I socialize after I get sober?" For most gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in their 20's and 30's, their social lives often are centered in and around bars. There is no doubt that the prevalence of alcohol and drugs in the LGBTQ+ Communities is rampant for all age groups. Here's detailed information dedicated specifically for the LGBTQ+ community."

Chiltern Mountain Club

Bisexual Resource Center (BRC)

US and International Bisexual Group Websites compiled by the BRC

Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus

SOC-BI Homepage

U OF Michigan GLB

Bisexual Married Men of Upstate New York

Bisexual Options

Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (legal referrals)

Yahoo discussion groups including Closed-Loop Society (for husbands) and Alternate Path (for wives), Gay married men's group (unrelated to the Boston group) and Making Mixed Orientation Marriages Work.

Or subscribe to the Husbands Out to Wives (HOW) mailing list, a moderated list that includes bi/gay members who are married, separated, divorced, or in the process of getting a divorce. Most are out to their spouses. To subscribe send an e-mail to Frazer.