A good lesbian bar is hard to find, but here are 9 around the world worth visiting. As lesbian bars reach the brink of extinction across the globe—blame high rents, dating apps and a combined slew of additional cultural, economic, and political factors— major cities often associated with LGBTQ culture and history, like San Francisco and Los Angeles, are completely devoid of lesbian bars, leaving both locals and travelers without a distinct community space. The list of spaces dedicated to lesbian, bisexual, and queer women continues to shrink. Doling out almost ridiculously cheap drinks since , this cozy corner-side bar is packed with women by happy hour until past midnight nearly every night of the week. Women from all over the city and the world cluster around the jukebox and throughout the narrow and eccentrically decorated dive. Originating in , this female-focused bar makes it known that its a safe space for all humans and hosts a diverse roster of events including pop culture trivia, live game shows, karaoke, bingo and more.
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Julia Rothman for BuzzFeed News. So I decide to wake the place up a little. The second dinner session has just let out, and the Rendezvous Lounge which is as tacky as it sounds is overflowing with lesbians. No Sheryl Crow, no Michelle Branch.
If you've ever been to a club—like, ever, even once—you are not going to be shocked to hear that women get a lot of unwanted, aggressive attention. But when you read the findings of this study on how often and why it happens, it might make you feel downright sick to your stomach. A new study sent trained observers to visit more than bars and clubs a total of 1, times. On the visits, they observed 1, incidents of aggression, 25 percent of which were sexual in natural.
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