Most of the groups listed here are for married men who are questioning their sexuality and/or considering coming out. Gay Dad groups are included because they are likely to contain men who have been in straight marriages.

Groups that welcome all bi and gay men and groups for both bi men and bi women are not listed. These groups are common and can usually be found at local LGBTQ centers. You can search for a center near you HERE.

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Multi-Chapter Groups - US and International

PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) and the ManKind Project are two international organizations with many different chapters located all over the world.

Some PFLAG chapters may offer support groups for bi and gay men who are (or have been) married to women.  To see what's available at the PFLAG chapter near you, check their website HERE.

The ManKind Project is a global nonprofit [501 (c)(3)] charitable organization that conducts challenging and highly rewarding programs for men at every stage of life. The ManKind Project supports a global network of peer-facilitated men's groups, where men mentor men through the passages of their lives. The ManKind Project empowers men to missions of service, supporting men to make a difference in the lives of others - men, women, and children around the world. We help men through any transition, men at all levels of success, men facing almost any challenge.  Some local chapters have Men's groups that welcome bi and gay men who are married (or have been married) to women.  To see what's available near you, email the ManKind project's outreach center at

Because the ManKind Project is not a "gay" organization, some men may feel most comfortable connecting to other men through their men's groups.  Coming out, in any form, is not required nor expected.

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