gayScout - international gay travel guide gayScout                   
deutschenglishenglishfrançaisnederlandsespañol
Search for: 
       
(keyword, name, business, city, region, country) 

Strip Bars @ London

 © by David Iliff - modified by F. Behr

Kings and Queens of Queer London2 travelogues
The London gay scene has nothing to do with the image that you may have about prudish Victorian England. London is home to the largest gay and lesbian population of any major European city, and the gay community is as diverse as the gays themselves.

Old Compton Street in Soho is undisputedly the ... read more or write a travelogue




The following venues no longer exist
 Name  CityBranch of business
 Strip Bars none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Images
483 Hackney Road
United Kingdom  LondonStrip Bars


Create a listing/web business card



Feed: advocate.com
The Girther Movement Isn't About Fat-Shaming (Mostly)
Trump's relentless lies are the main issue here, writes Dana Goldberg.


'The Advocates' Podcast: The Wonderful World of Bisexuality
The Advocate's Ariel Sobel joins Tracy and Jessie to talk about pussy hats, SAG awards, Aziz Ansari, and bisexuality on this week's latest episode of The Advocates podcast.




Twitter Revolts Over Timothée Chalamet's SAG Loss to Gary Oldman
Fans of the Call Me by Your Name star are upset by his dimming Oscar prospects.


Even More LGBT Athletes Added to Olympics in South Korea
News on Gus Kenworthy and Cheryl Maas, along with other updates.


Margaret Court 'Disappointed' Billie Jean King Called Out Her Homophobia
Court, who has a history of making virulent anti-LGBT statements, tries to prove she doesn't hate gay people by mentioning she uses a gay florist at her church. 




'Falling for Angels' Closes With a Wedding and a Meditation on Urban Gay Life
Here TV's drama on queer life shows Hillary was right — we're stronger together.


Binational Same-Sex Couples Sue State Department for Unequal Treatment
The State Department has denied birthright citizenship to some children of binational same-sex couples, acting as if the couples were not married, says Immigration Equality.