San Francisco supervisors voted to lift restrictions on gay bathhouse operations Tuesday, days after one of the city's two adult gay sex clubs announced it was closing for good due to the coronavirus outbreak. In a post on its website Blow Buddies announced that "sadly" it would not reopen its South of Market location when the coronavirus outbreak subsides. Like other adult sex venues in the city, it was forced to close in mid-March when city officials ordered non-essential businesses to cease their operations in response to the virus. August 8, to March 15, We are sad to see this chapter close.
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San Francisco encourages the return of gay sex clubs to help the economy - American Thinker
San Francisco encourages the return of gay sex clubs to help the economy
San Francisco is home to the highest percentage of LGBTQ people in the United States 6 percent in the metro area , so it's really no wonder why it's repeatedly called America's most gay-friendly city. The Bay Area is absolutely teeming with gay bars, strip clubs, dance clubs, bathhouses, and sex clubs. Much of it is concentrated in the Castro , a neighborhood whose crosswalks are painted with rainbow colors, but the LGBTQ influence is also apparent in the SoMa South of Market neighborhood, which has been a hub for San Francisco's gay community since the '60s, when it led its leather scene. Additionally, you'll find a smattering of gay hangouts along Polk Street San Francisco's earliest gay 'hood and in the Mission. San Francisco's gay bar scene is indicative of its straight bar scene: It's vastly diverse, welcoming, and accompanying of every age and taste.