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Ultimately, I found comfort in knowing that I was behaving responsibly by staying in while another surge of the coronavirus overloaded the California hospital system. The next morning I learned that while millions of people stayed home, Los Angeles party promoter Jeffrey Sanker sold thousands of tickets for a gay circuit party in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. For the straight people reading this Hi! Go sports teams! If you think COVID infects a nursing home quickly, just imagine how fast it spreads on a packed dance floor with hundreds of gym-bodied, glow stick-wielding bromosexuals too impaired to take even the most basic social distancing precautions. An anti gaysovercovid group was created on Facebook in response and a gaysovergaysovercovid hashtag also came into use.
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Editorial: Ferlinghetti was San Francisco's bright light

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Editorial: Ferlinghetti was San Francisco's bright light

San Francisco, birthplace of the rainbow gay pride flag, has long welcomed sexual and other minorities. It has several neighborhoods significant to LGBTQ history, including the Castro and Tenderloin, where transgender women fed up with police raids rioted in South of Market attracted the leather crowd and remains the site of gay bars and the popular Folsom Street Fair, which draws tens of thousands of people every year dressed in their bondage best. With plenty of tiny leather briefs and bare chests, studded dog collars and whips, the fair is an annual ode to celebrating the San Francisco values of free speech and sexual freedom. But the scene today is nothing like the bustle in the late s and early s, when more than 50 businesses catered to the leather culture, said Bob Goldfarb, chairman of a community group that supported the resolution. According to the resolution, police in the s forced gay businesses from the waterfront to the South of Market area. Behind the leather gear, the community has a rich record of public service.
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Bear (gay culture)

Those who think they know what the stereotypical gay man looks like should pay attention to street life in San Francisco this weekend. Instead of clean-shaven, perfectly manicured men, a rapidly growing subculture of hairy, often chubby guys -- known in the gay community as "bears" -- will be enjoying a South of Market street fair Sunday, along with other events throughout the city. At least 5, bears are expected to attend the aptly named Hairrison Street Fair , which is in its third year. Traffic from the Bay Bridge construction project is being diverted near the fair, giving Bay Area motorists an opportunity to see bears in their natural environment. The bear aesthetic emerged in San Francisco a few decades ago, and the city remains its epicenter, but in recent years bears have become a noticeable presence in gay communities around the world.
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With one of the best annual Pride parades in the world and home to a number of gay rights movements, San Francisco has long been a hotspot for LGBTQ nightlife. For a little bit of everything and a whole lot of dancing , head to Toad Hall in the heart of the Castro. Located in SoMa , Oasis is a former bathhouse converted into a spacious nightclub that is known as the spot for drag.
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