What was your first time in a Gay bar like?

  • citypartyboy

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    Jun 25, 2012 2:44 AM GMT
    see above question. should get some interesting answers icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 25, 2012 2:47 AM GMT
    An old queen came and talked to me, not so old now looking back. icon_lol.gif
    Told me it gets worse if I smile, I was like a kid in a candy store, and scared lol.
    Then I saw my assistant and she freaked out haha it was the 80's.
    Madonna, Kylie and Soft cell were playingicon_wink.gif

    The club is still going its apparently the longest running gay club in the southern Hemis... connections always the same always the same.
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    Jun 25, 2012 2:53 AM GMT
    I was underage so I went without knowing if I could get in.
    I did manage to get in. There was a hot brazilian bartender who was able to tell I was new. He was really nice and started chatting with me then petting my head in a cute way. We ended up going to the bathroom and making out. I gave him a bj.

    There was a hot stripper that night and I took a picture with him which I found fun. That was right after I came out to my homophobic family. So in spite I put the pic with the stripper as my default on facebook.

    Hmm what else.....oh in the bathroom this guy who was not my type started at me pee pee and kept talking to me even though I was ignoring him....then he started following me so I went to my little bartender and he left me alone.

  • citypartyboy

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    Jun 25, 2012 3:09 AM GMT
    oh wow interesting stories already haha
  • BmwKid92

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    Jun 25, 2012 3:10 AM GMT
    horrible i was 18.... Never again

    the main event was some tranny dancing around in a thong, i wanted to push her and run out... they were Throwing their money at her!!! and all the people had colored neon tanks on and styled hair... just a complete horror movie
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    Jun 25, 2012 3:36 AM GMT
    k1ng saidhorrible i was 18.... Never again

    the main event was some tranny dancing around in a thong, i wanted to push her and run out... they were Throwing their money at her!!! and all the people had colored neon tanks on and styled hair... just a complete horror movie


    Never been to a gay bar or club yet.... and thats one of the reason im scared to go !!
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    Jun 25, 2012 3:37 AM GMT
    Its not that scary after a while, feel the fear etc etc
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    Jun 25, 2012 3:38 AM GMT
    NYC, 1978. The Ice Palace on 57th Street. Down the stairs to great lights, best damned music I ever heard, with great looking guys everywhere. I thought this is what heaven is like....I still remember the 2 songs that remind of the place...Cher's Take Me Home, and Grace Jones' I Need A Man.....I was around 19 and a gorgeous guy asked me to dance after sending a drink my way. (Does that even remotely happen anymore?) It was a great time.
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    Jun 25, 2012 3:40 AM GMT
    I was making out so obscenely and in such an exhibitionist style we constantly got told to get a room - - and this was WeHo!
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    Jun 25, 2012 3:47 AM GMT
    My first time was during Pride and was uneventful. I'm not really interested in bars as they're often pretty loud and I like to be able to talk.

    What I did like about the experience was that it was great to be surrounded by people like me. Though we're all quite different we've all shared some of the same emotions that 98% of the population will never be able understand.
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    Jun 25, 2012 3:47 AM GMT
    disorienting, really dark hallway and then tons of flashing lights and incredibly loud music. some big muscle bear dude was the dj (pretty hot too).. it was hard to get a good look at the other guys but a lot of them looked like skinny queens. there was a second, upper dance floor that was a room with mirrors on all the walls - this one had a younger, more fit crowd. definitely danced with a cute girl at one point (don't ask why I decided to dance with a girl...)

    it was fun, i'd probably go back. I misunderstood the name of a drink though and thought they were giving me "vodka rebels," which sounded badass so obviously I had several, when really they were "vodka redbulls." so that was bad

    (this was a gay club in hells kitchen a few years ago)
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:00 AM GMT
    Pretty scary actually. I had only been out (to my parents) for about three months and my gay mentor asked me to go see a Drag show at Woody's. The entire time I was there I was getting eye fucked and it scared the shit out of me. My mentor was so good about it though. He'd put his arms around me so that people would think we were together and back-off because he could tell the glaring stares were making me uncomfortable. I still remember what he told me when I asked him what to wear... "Your good ass jeans and a nipple-portruding t-shirt".
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:02 AM GMT
    just turned 18. walked in. payed the cover and...

    IMMEDIATELY bumrushed by my youth community theatre director

    "you can NOT be here"

    drinking buddies ever since
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:03 AM GMT
    He_man saidPretty scary actually. I had only been out (to my parents) for about three months and my gay mentor asked me to go see a Drag show at Woody's. The entire time I was there I was getting eye fucked and it scared the shit out of me. My mentor was so good about it though. He'd put his arms around me so that people would think we were together and back-off because he could tell the glaring stares were making me uncomfortable. I still remember what he told me when I asked him what to wear... "Your good ass jeans and a nipple-portruding t-shirt".


    Where did u get this gay mentor guy?
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:03 AM GMT
    The first gay nightclub I was ever in was the one I was singing in, not far from the San Francisco Airport. I was underage and had a fake I.D., and was the lead singer in a 5 piece rock band called the Columbian Brothers Band. I really liked this place. There was a bandstand overlooking the dance floor, and amazing new lighting, a top notch sound system, countless people dancing - arms in the air, shirts off, everybody happy, everybody high. This is where I learned to drink Long Island Ice Tea & Sex On The Beach. This club was the first place where I ever got picked up and taken home by a smooth talking, sophisticated older guy (he was 24!) The whole trip was fun every time we played there, and the only negative was the cigarette smoke. This was the time when way too many people smoked. Otherwise, it was a blast.
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:05 AM GMT
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    He_man saidPretty scary actually. I had only been out (to my parents) for about three months and my gay mentor asked me to go see a Drag show at Woody's. The entire time I was there I was getting eye fucked and it scared the shit out of me. My mentor was so good about it though. He'd put his arms around me so that people would think we were together and back-off because he could tell the glaring stares were making me uncomfortable. I still remember what he told me when I asked him what to wear... "Your good ass jeans and a nipple-portruding t-shirt".


    Where did u get this gay mentor guy?


    A family acquaintance who ended up showing me (and still does) the ropes of the gay world.
  • araphael

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    Jun 25, 2012 4:10 AM GMT
    citypartyboy saidsee above question. should get some interesting answers icon_lol.gif


    I was scared to death. lol
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:10 AM GMT
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    FilmGuy18_notporn said
    He_man saidPretty scary actually. I had only been out (to my parents) for about three months and my gay mentor asked me to go see a Drag show at Woody's. The entire time I was there I was getting eye fucked and it scared the shit out of me. My mentor was so good about it though. He'd put his arms around me so that people would think we were together and back-off because he could tell the glaring stares were making me uncomfortable. I still remember what he told me when I asked him what to wear... "Your good ass jeans and a nipple-portruding t-shirt".


    Where did u get this gay mentor guy?


    A family acquaintance who ended up showing me (and still does) the ropes of the gay world.


    Can I borrow him?
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:13 AM GMT
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    He_man said
    FilmGuy18_notporn said
    He_man saidPretty scary actually. I had only been out (to my parents) for about three months and my gay mentor asked me to go see a Drag show at Woody's. The entire time I was there I was getting eye fucked and it scared the shit out of me. My mentor was so good about it though. He'd put his arms around me so that people would think we were together and back-off because he could tell the glaring stares were making me uncomfortable. I still remember what he told me when I asked him what to wear... "Your good ass jeans and a nipple-portruding t-shirt".


    Where did u get this gay mentor guy?


    A family acquaintance who ended up showing me (and still does) the ropes of the gay world.


    Can I borrow him?


    Hey....I requested him first (indirectly though). So I think its fair I get him over you....so back off icon_twisted.gif
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:17 AM GMT
    FilmGuy18_notporn said
    dontknowwhy said
    He_man said
    FilmGuy18_notporn said
    He_man saidPretty scary actually. I had only been out (to my parents) for about three months and my gay mentor asked me to go see a Drag show at Woody's. The entire time I was there I was getting eye fucked and it scared the shit out of me. My mentor was so good about it though. He'd put his arms around me so that people would think we were together and back-off because he could tell the glaring stares were making me uncomfortable. I still remember what he told me when I asked him what to wear... "Your good ass jeans and a nipple-portruding t-shirt".


    Where did u get this gay mentor guy?


    A family acquaintance who ended up showing me (and still does) the ropes of the gay world.


    Can I borrow him?


    Hey....I requested him first (indirectly though). So I think its fair I get him over you....so back off icon_twisted.gif


    Believe me, if I knew now what I knew then, I was and am damn lucky to have had someone guide me through the journey.
  • creature

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    Jun 25, 2012 4:17 AM GMT
    I did a tour of the gay bars in or near Dupont to get an idea of where they are. I went during the weekday in the afternoon. I had drinks at 2 different ones, and both were pretty laid back—nothing to offend the hypersensitive "chill masc dudes" who are "straight-acting."

    My first time at a gay club was different. I had too much to drink and I lost my discretion. That scared me into not going back to another gay club until 4 years later.
  • masculumpedes

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    Jun 25, 2012 4:29 AM GMT
    I was 23 - Rita Ross, Terri Livingston and Diana Hutton were all in blue satin singling 'Shaky Flat Blues" on stage. icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 25, 2012 4:35 AM GMT
    Absolutely amazing. My first was in Sarasota in 1986 and the fact that it was a gay bar didn't matter. Hell, I didn't know I was even gay back then. I tagged along with a bunch of friends from school and the music was everything I loved and I spent the night drenched from jumping around the dance floor to The Smiths, The B-52s, The Cure, Fugazi and The Dead Kennedys and Siouxsie & the Banshees...

    The music had me hooked. Figuring out I was gay would take me a lot longer, but at least I had my taste in music figured out an early age!
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    Jun 25, 2012 5:03 AM GMT
    disappointing. at the time i was very fit and in-shape and my first gay friend took me down to the Quarter during Southern Decadence (in the middle of the day, btw). well we went in Good Friends bar and there was this kid dancing in a thong who was positively hideous icon_eek.gif . i was hoping to see a few cute or hot guys but it was a MASSIVE letdown. I don't go to Decadence anymore, although i'm planning on driving my Miata through the quarter this fall during the event just to see what happens icon_biggrin.gif
  • shinji082

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    Jun 25, 2012 5:11 AM GMT
    It was fantastic, ten years from now, i had so much fun, i danced like never, everyone was nice to me, someguys struggling for my attention, i got mu first kiss, and it was really wonderful and hot... i haven't had so much fun ever since. No regrets, it was fantastic... nowadays... i just hope guys have as much healthy fun as i had that day icon_biggrin.gif