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You cruise on line to get laid, or You have an arsenal of Fck Buddys you can email over at anytime. This led to one of the pre-Stonewall gay revolts, in SF. Gay men have the circuit party scene—lavish multiday, multivenue annual events, such as the Palm Springs and Miami white parties —where the emphasis is on grand spectacle and production values that exceed anything that would be possible at a neighborhood bar.
The lesbian bar closed 15 years ago long before smartphones and the club is closing next week.
I was there. Party promoters generally work on a commission basis, taking a percentage of the bar takings, so naturally their overhead is a fraction of the bars'. He observed that guys in the to age range seem to use the app for social networking, but for older gentlemen, it's all about sex.
Gay bars have long been spaces that prop up communities who play on the fringes, generators of subversive cultural movements that eventually go mainstream, and bulwarks against the sterilization and homogenization of city life.
Stepping into the light also means you can marry whomever you want.