Went to a gay bar for the first time. What's with all the girls????

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    Aug 14, 2011 3:20 AM GMT
    So last night went mustered up the courage to goto Church St to a club and than a bar. I went by myself and it was my first time being in there. And all I saw was girls, girls and girls!!!!! And there are not the drag queens. They didn't seem like lesbians either. Every gay guy had three girls with him. It was like being in a straight club. WTF? Is this gay bars/clubs are??
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    Aug 14, 2011 3:59 AM GMT
    Some gay clubs seem to reach that critical mass where there are enough girls/fag hags that straight guys start to show up (and can admit to being there), and then that brings more girls who are only there for the straight guys...etc...

    Celebrities in Vancouver is like that... and Neighbours in Seattle... from my experience.
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    Aug 14, 2011 4:05 AM GMT
    steamfunk said

    Celebrities in Vancouver is like that...





    Well, the straights can keep Celebs...it has gotten too damn expensive to go there anymore! I've even heard that they're charging $300 for tix to "Rapture" (New Year's). I don't know who'd be foolish enough to pay THAT much! (anything over $20 is too much for my blood! lol)
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    Aug 14, 2011 4:10 AM GMT
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    gta129 saidWent to a gay for the first time. What's with all the girls????

    BAR....Went to a gay BAR for the first time (lol).

    The girls may be fag-hags or the bar may actually have been taken over by breeders.

    I suspect the former, because breeder boys only dream of being surrounded by 3 girls.

    Fag-hags love gay bars and gay boys because they're both safe.


    Spot on! Same thing happens here in LA. The girls come to dance and to get away from the str8 dudes harassing them, or they're bff's with gays. I've been to a club where it was such a diluted gay presence in the gay bar that there were groups of straight couples there, and groups of straight guys talking shit on the gays in the club.
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    Aug 14, 2011 6:12 AM GMT
    steamfunk saidSome gay clubs seem to reach that critical mass where there are enough girls/fag hags that straight guys start to show up (and can admit to being there), and then that brings more girls who are only there for the straight guys...etc...

    Celebrities in Vancouver is like that... and Neighbours in Seattle... from my experience.


    Ew, I'm so tired of celebrities. I was there over pride weekend because there was no cover on the Sunday night, and I felt like I was stuck on Granville street. Ive never seen so many women in that club, ever!

    The resident drag queens no longer work there, they're trying to move it into more of a mixed crowd "dance club". It's sad, but what can you really do?


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    Aug 14, 2011 9:04 AM GMT
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    steamfunk saidSome gay clubs seem to reach that critical mass where there are enough girls/fag hags that straight guys start to show up (and can admit to being there), and then that brings more girls who are only there for the straight guys...etc...

    Celebrities in Vancouver is like that... and Neighbours in Seattle... from my experience.


    Ew, I'm so tired of celebrities. I was there over pride weekend because there was no cover on the Sunday night, and I felt like I was stuck on Granville street. Ive never seen so many women in that club, ever!

    The resident drag queens no longer work there, they're trying to move it into more of a mixed crowd "dance club". It's sad, but what can you really do?


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    BTW the crowd in celebs, especially on tuesdays is so damn aggressive, girls and straight guys are so desperate to get laid. You cannot enjoy and dance because those guys are pushing you and the girls acting like stupid divas... arghhh I hate it.
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    Aug 14, 2011 10:47 AM GMT
    Hmmmm I gotta see this for myself when I return back to T.O

    I remember when Five was open..I went to a club and I tripped over this rather hot girl...She asked me if I was bisexual and I said yes and we made out lol.
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    Aug 14, 2011 10:52 AM GMT
    Are you sure you didn't go on lesbian night?
  • steven_patter...

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    Aug 14, 2011 10:55 AM GMT
    Girls got taste. Why go to a straight club and get hit on (or ignored) by slimeballs all night when you can hang with a group of gorgeous guys who'll treat you like a goddess rather than as someone to wipe their dicks on?
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    Aug 14, 2011 11:02 AM GMT
    I don't blame the ladies for wanting to go to a gay bar. I'd go myself if I was one.
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    Aug 14, 2011 11:04 AM GMT
    steven_patterson saidGirls got taste. Why go to a straight club and get hit on (or ignored) by slimeballs all night when you can hang with a group of gorgeous guys who'll treat you like a goddess rather than as someone to wipe their dicks on?


    Exactly.

    Reminds me of the time when our high school reunion ended and some of us went to a local bar to hang out. As soon as we entered some guy looked at one of my female classmates and said "I'm taking you home tonight." We just got in and already she's being accosted.
  • Diceroll

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    Aug 14, 2011 11:33 AM GMT
    A lot of gay clubs here in London are like that but I don't really mind. As long as I'm with good company and the music is good I'm happy.

    I can understand that it might get fraustrating for guys who only go there to hook up though.
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    Aug 14, 2011 12:10 PM GMT
    But I hate when I go to a gay bar and the women are all acting like divas. They are rude, they act like we are there to see them.

    Drives me crazy.
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    Aug 14, 2011 1:33 PM GMT
    I like the increasing mixing that I see and it's in straight clubs, too. I was talking to a guy last night who has travelled a lot and he said that in Europe, you don't really find gay clubs so much; everyone just goes wherever based more on the music or the particular vibe. That's what I like.
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    Aug 14, 2011 1:39 PM GMT
    Alpha_Muscle saidBut I hate when I go to a gay bar and the women are all acting like divas. They are rude, they act like we are there to see them.

    Drives me crazy.


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    Aug 14, 2011 1:50 PM GMT
    Probably because they know that in a gay bar they've never been safer in their whole lives...
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    Aug 14, 2011 2:11 PM GMT
    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. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Aug 14, 2011 2:54 PM GMT
    I think this is really becoming a problem everywhere. On weekends in both Provincetown and Ogunquit, I have seen a large number of apparently str8 young women showing up in large numbers at gay clubs. People say it's a sign of progress, that gays no longer really need their own clubs, neighborhoods, etc. I don't appreciate these young, str8 women, drunk and screeching, acting like they are the center of the universe (as str8 white women do everywhere). It dilutes the ambience of gay clubs and impedes our abilty to connect with other gay men.
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    Aug 14, 2011 3:24 PM GMT
    steven_patterson saidGirls got taste. Why go to a straight club and get hit on (or ignored) by slimeballs all night when you can hang with a group of gorgeous guys who'll treat you like a goddess rather than as someone to wipe their dicks on?




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    Aug 14, 2011 3:42 PM GMT
    steamfunk said

    Celebrities in Vancouver is like that... and Neighbours in Seattle... from my experience.


    LOL, so true about Neighbours. Though, I've seen some guys from the local gay rugby team and (what I assume to be) their straight guy friends.
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    Aug 14, 2011 3:43 PM GMT
    steamfunk saidSome gay clubs seem to reach that critical mass where there are enough girls/fag hags that straight guys start to show up (and can admit to being there), and then that brings more girls who are only there for the straight guys...etc...

    Celebrities in Vancouver is like that... and Neighbours in Seattle... from my experience.


    This is what seemed to be happening to Pulse in Orlando, so I jumped ship and went to Mr. Sister's. More of a TRE, and smoke-free to boot - what's to dislike? Although I did see a bachelorette party come through the last time I was there - hope that's not a harbinger of more breeder infestation. icon_neutral.gif
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    Aug 14, 2011 3:46 PM GMT
    steven_patterson saidGirls got taste. Why go to a straight club and get hit on (or ignored) by slimeballs all night when you can hang with a group of gorgeous guys who'll treat you like a goddess rather than as someone to wipe their dicks on?


    Gorgeous, compared to the average straight guy, yes. Treat them like a goddess? Hardly! icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 14, 2011 3:48 PM GMT
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    steven_patterson saidGirls got taste. Why go to a straight club and get hit on (or ignored) by slimeballs all night when you can hang with a group of gorgeous guys who'll treat you like a goddess rather than as someone to wipe their dicks on?

    Bingo! icon_wink.gif

    Well nice for the women, but what about US? It's like women invading a men's locker room. I don't want them there, I don't wanna share it with them.

    They are noisy, ill-mannered, most of them ill-bred, unattractive to my eye, and they take up space better occupied by a gay man. If they're having problems with straight men at bars then solve that problem there, don't make it my problem in my own bar.

    I don't wanna be a babysitter or therapist for "abused women" who can't deal with their personal issues in the straight world. Certainly nobody in that world gives a fuck about OUR issues, but rather contribute to them. Where do WE go when we experience a difficult time at a gay bar? We stay home, and so should these annoying women if they don't like their own straight bars.
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    Aug 14, 2011 4:18 PM GMT
    When I came from Cuba more in 1994, I friend of mine took me for the first time to a guy club here in Miami and I was surprise because there were not too many but a few girls with their boyfriends having fun. I am usually not into clubs or bars but I think that is amazing that you can see girls there because it means more open mined people. In the way that society open its eyes and its doors to everybody (now we got same sex marriage in NY), those barriers will disappear. What I see in the future is no gay neither straight bars/clubs. What I see is just human beings sharing the space together with all sexual orientation despite races and economical status. That means tolerance and respect to me!
  • ATXnative

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    Aug 14, 2011 4:20 PM GMT
    Generally, girls will go to gay bars because:

    1) They are lesbians

    2) They feel safe from guys hitting on them

    This explains the presence of straight guys, looking for an easy way in!