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American Institute of Bisexuality

American Institute of Bisexuality (AIB)
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Formation 1998
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The American Institute of Bisexuality (AIB) is a charity founded on July 23, 1998 by sex researcher, psychiatrist and bisexual rights activist Fritz Klein M.D.[1] to promote research and education about bisexuality.[2][3]

It maintains a division known as the Bisexual Foundation that focuses on outreach within the bisexual community. The Institute is a Delaware non-profit corporation qualified for tax purposes as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

The Institute's mission statement states: "AIB encourages, supports and assists research and education about bisexuality, through programs likely to make a material difference and enhance public knowledge and awareness."

AIB offers grants toward research and publications related to bisexuality.[4][5][6]

See also


  1. ^ Buchanan, Wyatt (1 June 2006). "Dr. Fritz Klein -- bisexual pioneer who created Klein Grid sex scale".  
  2. ^ Joan C. Chrisler; Donald R. McCreary (2010). Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology. Springer. p. 66.  
  3. ^ Deborah T. Meem; Michelle Gibson; Jonathan F. Alexander; Michelle A. Gibson (2010). Finding out: an introduction to LGBT studies. SAGE. p. 183.  
  4. ^ "Grants and Fellowships".  
  5. ^ Fae, Jane (2 July 2010). "Large-scale survey to explore bisexuality in the workplace".  
  6. ^ Denizet-Lewis, Benoit (20 March 2014). "The Scientific Quest to Prove Bisexuality Exists".  

External links

  • American Institute of Bisexuality — official website
  • — a project of the AIB

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