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As a gay teenager living in Louisville, Ky. At 18, his sexuality hidden from those around him, Orser decided to jump in. While friends were preparing for freshman year at the University of Kentucky or southern schools frequented by southern kids, Orser was packing up his belongings and making a break for San Francisco.
We were on a visit to the city for our first time. We wanted to check a place out after dinner and Great Atmosphere!!
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But those aren't the only places where you can embrace local LGBT culture and history. In the past few years, several new gay bars have opened in the neighborhood, including Icon Barwhile longtime LGBT stronghold Albatross Bar celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. On the culture front, Astoria is home to the Museum of the Moving Image ; in addition to hosting interactive multimedia exhibits, the museum also makes for a memorable, offbeat wedding venue.
Preston StreetLouisville. Just a nice place to meet new and interesting people. All bartenders are nice and no trouble is allowed.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Pride month may be over, but you can still visit one of the city's fabulous gay bars. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
Since I come from a small town about 45 minutes outside of Louisville I was the only gay man that I knew, for several years of my life. But before I knew it I made the move to the big city and found my way into my first gay bar, The Connection. Back in the day I was convinced it was the best thing since sliced bread.
Prime Timers Worldwide. The Prime Timers of Louisville Inc. Click Chapter History to read a short history of our chapter as written by our chapter founder, Howard Dick Angel.