My first gay-dancebar experience..

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    Jun 14, 2008 8:23 PM GMT


    So this is the first time in my life that I go to a dancebar .. whether it's gay or not..

    First when I entered I felt a bit sick .. cuz we had to drive for 3 hours to get to this bar in tel-aviv (where else can u fnd a gay bar?) .. it was dark and noisy .. and crowdy .. u have to touch everyone to make your way in.., I sit on the couches with my date .. my friends asked me if I want something to drink , but oh no it'll make me vomit for sure ..
    So, after I went to the bathrooms .. and had to wait in line I felt better .. had few drinks .. and then tried to dance bt I didn't feel like it , and it's not just cuz it's my first time I dance!
    Few minutes and I'm in .. dancing like a real party boy , with my rainbow belt and Italy-flag briefs (dunno why ..) .. eyes on me and some flirts .. after the 3rd drink I took off my shirt .. dance dance nonstop , started to send some looks to the dancer next to me ..I waited for my date to go to the bathroom and then went to that dancer , he gone too far when he took my hand and walked me to the bathroom , but then I released it and waved for him for a good bye icon_twisted.gif..
    we was there for less than 3 hours and had to go home soon .. as we left the bar the sunrise started .. I wanted more and never felt tired .. felt like a king actually and kept repeating that on my way home..

    so wierd to see this whole new world, night life , especially when it's not mentioned in the arab society .. . .
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    Jun 14, 2008 8:59 PM GMT
    Sounds like you enjoy dancing as much as I do! When you talked about leaving when the sun was coming up brought back good memories for me. I don't have the stamina anymore to stay up past 2 AM, but I used to have a great time when I was in my 20's and 30's.

    I must admit I admire your determination to go to a gay bar. I don't think I would drive 3 hours to go to one!
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    Jun 14, 2008 9:18 PM GMT

    thx ... It was the first time I go to a dancebar that's why I was so motivated .. other than that I like tel aviv .. you can see life there 24 hours a day ..
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    Jun 14, 2008 9:44 PM GMT
    hi ghosta,
    good for you getting out and having a good time!icon_biggrin.gif
    i'm always amazed by the courage of guys who live parts of the world where it's more difficult to be gay.
    i'm glad you had fun -- gay dance clubs tend to be the same everywhere: loud, crowded, hot and full of half naked guys.icon_eek.gif oh, and totally fun.

    maybe someday you'll come to new york city -- we have some pretty cool dance clubs here too.

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    Jun 14, 2008 11:53 PM GMT
    Um~ I am not really much of a party person. Whenever I went to any kind of bar, I felt like I don't belong to there...But sometimes the music does make me wanna dance~ One more thing, I don't know what to do when I see guys I like...

    Anyway~ Glad to know that u like it~
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    Jun 15, 2008 8:05 AM GMT

    Evilgimini , I hope you'll wait there when I come to NY icon_biggrin.gif , I always wanted to visit this city or even live there ..

    I wasn't a praty boy either .. never in my life .. that's why I never danced , never went to parties .. but things change , you just need to really belive in what you do, not just because everybody else's doing it..
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    Jun 16, 2008 4:30 AM GMT
    GhoSTa

    Good for you buddy, for having the determination to make the drive to go out and be free. I can't imagine what it would be like to live in a part of the world where your government would make being you so hard. It makes me even more grateful to live where I live.

    Yes, you must come to the U.S. and enjoy yourself for a couple weeks. I don't know if you'll ever want to go home.

    But until you're able to do that, enjoy your life the best you can and be safe.