Who we are:
We are young, non-binary people between 14 and 27 years old who meet twice a month to spend laid-back afternoons and evenings together. The enBees were founded in 2019.
"Maybe I'm not a man, maybe I'm not a woman, maybe I'm just me." - Sam Smith
No matter how you identify, if you don't (fully) align with the binary spectrum of gender, you're welcome to join us. Whether you're agender, demigender, neutrois, genderfluid, genderflux, genderqueer, without a label, or still questioning, feel free to come by.
We meet on the second Thursday and the fourth Saturday every month, where we spend the time with different activities like making origami, knotting bracelets, Mario Kart tournaments, making gingerbread hearts, Secret Santa and going on picnics, to museums or to Pink Christmas.
We also usually cook a vegan meal together.
There is plenty of time to chat, get to know each other, discuss and network before, during and afterward the meal. Usually the evening ends cozily in our pillow room.
Apart from our regular meetings, we also try to offer more opportunities to get to know each other, to network and to further educate ourselves. We regularly have collaborations with other diversity groups, so you have the chance to spend the evening with some of their attendees as well. In addition, we also organize interesting lectures, for example on the topic of the gender marker "divers" in passports. If you ever wanted to learn more about certain topics related to non-binary, feel free to contact us and we will try to find time for it in a group setting or as an informational event.
We consider ourselves an inclusive discrimination-aware place. If you have any concerns, please talk to us or write to us here.