Love the mag? For decades, black gays and lesbians faced discrimination at gay bars. Page 4 of 7. Some bars raised the price of drinks to dissuade certain minorities from patronizing, while others refused to play kinds of music popular with black communities. I'm just saying that the clubs in West Hollywood in the year cater to all races, and in every last bar and club in any given night of the week, whites will be the minority.
That's partially a reflection of the demographics of greater LA, but there are so many blacks, that blacks are actually out in bigger numbers than their countywide percentage.
He totally has the authority on what's going on because he socialized with a group of gay black men before instead of, you know, being one. Mother Lode is another one of those West Hollywood staples that has withstood the test of time. If you prefer beer to cocktails and like your strippers hairy and in harnesses—or some form of leather—then the Eagle might top your list of favorite bars in L.
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