First Experience at a Gay Bar?

60468-640x360-proud-cabaret-640There’s a fascinating thread from David and his WickedGayBlog. David is a 40-something Boston-based blogger who has had more action on his latest Question of the Day than any other.

It has received a lot of bisexual responses too.

David says, “I found it so interesting how one of my little silly ‘Question of the Day’ posts has had such a response. I posted it in the past 24 hours and it has had more comments than I have EVER received on a post, 7.8K Facebook likes, and thousands of Tweets.”

What is the name of the First Gay Bar you walked into. Were you nervous? What was playing?
http://www.wickedgayblog.com/2015/04/question-of-day-what-was-name-of-very.html
David says, “I know personally I was trembling the first time I walked into a gay bar! (Oh how times have changed!) Let’s hope the end of gay bars isn’t anytime soon! (We obviously still love them!!!)”
See the blog at WickedGayBlog.com

Many bisexuals posted, including some who identified as heterosexual before going through the doors, such as:

 

It was The Fritz in Boston. I was 48, married, and terrified. If figured, worst case, I might get raped. Ended up having one of the best nights in my life. There were very masculine guys, very fem, and everything in between. I was amazed at the variety, the openness, and their acceptance of me.

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Mike Szymanski
Mike Szymanski has written about bisexual issues since 1989 and has one of the longest-running regular bisexual columns as the National Bisexuality Examiner. He came out as bisexual in a cover story of Genre magazine, which resulted in more than 50 television appearances, including Ricki Lake, Phil Donahue Show and 20/20. Szymanski won the Lambda Literary Award in 2007 for co-authoring an informative humor book “The Bisexual’s Guide to the Universe: Quips, Tips and Lists for Those Who Go Both Ways.” Write him at [email protected]