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24 Public Places Where Gay Men Cruised | Advocate.com
Wikipedia defines “cruising” as “walking or dynamic about a locality in search of a sex partner, unremarkably of the anonymous, casual, one-time variety.” This is a sporting definition, but many guys would delimit cruising more than loosely: a basal sex hunt, not something you specifically set out to do but sort of something you are forever doing. We do it on the tunnel and in the duty and anyplace a handsome gentleman might lift his shirt to wipe away sweat off his forehead. In our minds, we lift his shirt the rest of the way and tug on the projection of his garment with our teeth.
200 of the Greatest Gay Bars in the World | Out Magazine
For decades, the first (and only) place where many another men and women could meet other gay, lesbian, or transgender group was at a bar, for the most part in the shadows. The openly gay bar is a relatively new addition to the social space scene, and it became quite ordinary rather quickly, perhaps, unspecified say, too quickly. Now, most straight clan have little dread of homosexuality, and gay implement get their corporate du jour—to the thing of many men and women who wish they soundless had their divine area free of bachelorette parties (read thespian Droege's take on this phenomenon).