This is why I prefer those gay bars where women are rarely seen, like at leather bars. Fortunately in our area we have a lesbian bar, so that draws some of them away from the guy bars. And there doesn't seem to be too many fag hags here, either.
But I know what some of you mean. For years I went to a gay bar that was the only one within 200 miles of where I lived, giving me little choice. And there were 3 colleges nearby, so we got the straight college crowd, since we had the best DJs and dance floor in the area.
The shrieking, overly-loud, high-pitched voices of young women who thought they were being daring & naughty by coming to a gay bar drove us crazy. Meanwhile their sulking male dates scowled at us, looking for a chance to get into a fight. The few that actually did were decked and thrown out into the parking lot, learning a painful lesson about stereotypes.
Hell, we even had a few wedding parties show up, still in their bridal outfits! Can you imagine having a straight church wedding, and then celebrating afterwards at a gay nightclub? Talk about confused imagery.