Although gay bars have suffered some setbacks the past few years with longstanding venues shuttering nationwide due to mainstreaming, the rise of hookup apps, and an invasion of bachelorette parties, LGBT establishments still play a vital role in preserving gay culture and offering a safe space to patrons. And, many are still thriving. This list of the most popular gay bars comes from data collected by Gravy Analytics , a location-based marketing platform, that tracks mobile data to verify attendance at places and events throughout the United States. This list tracks gay bar attendance from September 1, , through the last day of
Greg Gutfeld: I'm Opening Gay Bar Next To Mosque
PAXALLES: Greg Gutfeld's Gay Muslim Bar At Ground Zero
Beth says, Don't leave New Orleans without eating a barbecued shrimp po'boy at Liuzza's at the Track. Calling New Orleans gay-friendly is like saying red beans and rice is a good idea for Monday supper. The city has long been a landing spot for people of all stripes and polka dots — the artistic, expressive and the type that dances to their own drummer. Although Decadence, aka gay Mardi Gras is ground zero for off-the-charts partying, there are gay and inclusive bars and clubs that cater to the queer set year-round. Cis-genders welcome too.
New Gay Bar Next to Ground Zero Mosque
The Muslims have made a major tactical blunder with the Ground Zero Victory Mosque, and we Islamically-aware counterjihadists need to use it and strike while the iron is hot. The Muslim grand strategy requires incremental creeping Sharia and supremacism, where Islam insidiously takes over and slowly destroys Western civilization by a thousand cuts. Every advance should be so small that the 'najis kafir sons of pigs and monkeys' that's us, folks! But this abomination has half awoken the sleeping giant of American Public Opinion.
This is a rush transcript from "Glenn Beck," August 10, This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. There's another building that has been proposed to be built next to the World Trade Center site. This establishment — like the World Trade Center mosque — also claims to promote integration, tolerance, community cohesion. It's laugh-out-loud funny.