|International Conference on Bisexuality|
The International Conference on Bisexuality (ICB), also known as the International BiCon, is a periodic gathering of bisexual activists and academics from around the world.
Started by Fritz Klein and a group of fellow activists, the first ICB was held in Amsterdam in 1991 and followed the concept of a BiCon started in the UK in 1984.
||23–25 June 1992
|| Held at a church in North London
||24 June 1994
|| The event was held in the week prior to the 25th Stonewall Anniversary Parade. A large number of participants at the conference marched under an "International Bisexuals" banner in the parade.
||3–5 April 1998
||Harvard University, Boston
||Held over 140 workshops, panels, or performances
||25–28 August 2000
||University of Manchester
||This event was held in combination with the UK's BiCon 18
|7th ICB 
||25–28 October 2002
||5–8 August 2004
||University of Minnesota—Twin Cities Campus Minneapolis
|| This conference was hosted by the Bisexual Organizing Project.
||15–18 June 2006
||Ryerson University Toronto
|| This conference was hosted by the Toronto Bisexuality Education Project. It offered 57 workshops and included keynote addresses from Dr. Loraine Hutchins and researcher Trevor Jacques.
||26–30 August 2010
|| This event was held in combination with the UK's BiCon 28. During the 9th ICB this was announced as being the 11th, however the 10th ICB had no immediate takers. Although work was then done on the issue, a planned conference in 2008 in Rhode Island, USA failed to get off the ground. The 2010 ICB in the United Kingdom was consequently the 10th.
No future ICB has yet been scheduled.