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gay bars: when in Rome...
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I can't speak for how gay men feel about this. My guess is they don't have a problem with women in their bars.
As for myself, I have no problem with women coming to women's bars (duh). My problem is when they come with men, dance with men, hold hands with men, smooch with men in lesbian bars.
I see that EVERYWHERE I GO. It would be nice if there was one little piece of the world where who I am and what I do is the norm. It would be nice if the women's bar was that place.
I would rephrase your question like this: Is it ok for a Christian to go to services at a synagogue? Answer: Of course! But it's not OK if you go there and a) make the sign of the cross b) add "In Jesus' name" at the end of a prayer c) Don't wear a yarmulke etc.
See my point here?
When in Rome.....
, Portland, OR, United States , 54 , Female , Jewish , White/Caucasian , Lesbian , Stage Manager , Over 4 Years of College , Middle class
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