Venice Italy has become increasingly popular among the gay and lesbian community. Venice Italy tourism is at an all time high and gay places of interest have sky rocketed. Below are the top 10 gay and lesbian places to go when experiencing gay Venice Italy.
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Italy is the country of artistic genius. And not only: even the Roman Vatican Museum witnesses how well-veiled sexual ambiguity comes up in statues and paintings. Not mentioning great politicians, such as Emperor Hadrian, who dedicated an entire villa to his favourite friend and lover, Antinoo in Tivolinear Rome.
Skylight is not only one of LA's best independent book stores, it's also a great place to meet book-smart babes with inexhaustible vocabularies and an appetite for fiction. To up your odds of finding someone well read, beautiful and brainy, attend one of Skylight's many female-centric events or book signings. On a good night, you can catch readings by Patti Smith, Aimee Bender or Tavi Gavinson, as well as the attention of the badass ladies who follow them on Twitter. Though predominantly frequented by gay men who, by the way, will never leave you hanging without a dancing partnerthe back room is a primal sweatbox full of ladies of all persuasions looking to let loose and blow off steam for an evening.
A good lesbian bar is hard to find, but here are 9 around the world worth visiting. As lesbian bars reach the brink of extinction across the globe—blame high rents, dating apps and a combined slew of additional cultural, economic, and political factors— major cities often associated with LGBTQ culture and history, like San Francisco and Los Angeles, are completely devoid of lesbian bars, leaving both locals and travelers without a distinct community space. The list of spaces dedicated to lesbian, bisexual, and queer women continues to shrink.
My lovely girlfriend and I made our way to Venice from Lake Comowhere we had unfortunately been gay bashed and bored by the lack of atmosphere. Venice seemed to be another city altogether, thank God! The first thing that surprised me about Venice was that there are zero roads, just canals.
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T here was a time when Venice was actually the gayest city on Earth. It was all about indulgence and pleasure, with artists and royals masking themselves during Carnival. Gay or straight, this magical city is now used to welcome all kinds of visitors, and after a full day of sightseeing, you can relax with a drink at one of the places below.