The Reality Bite of Homosexuality Part – II

…… so we went to this gay club (I don’t know how to make it sound more politically correct). I was nervous, anxious and super excited. The club was full of guys and no sign of women in any damn corner of the club; that was totally new for me. It appeared like a bachelor party but a big one. The club was quite decent in terms of décor, ambience and quality of cocktails etc. The bar was in the center of the club which meant you could get a drink in all the corners of the club and the bar would never be too crowded; I kinda liked this idea. In the middle of the club, inside the bar area there was an elevated pole and cage, actually two cages as far as I can remember. There was a male stripper doing pole dance and cage dance (if that’s what it is called). The stripper was a good looking chap but I am not sure if he was straight or not; he looked straight. Anyways, that’s not the point. As the time passed, the guys started hitting on the stripper. All the guys were checking him out and probably imagining stuff, that’s all I am saying. I noticed that there was a female dancer (not a complete stripper, sort of semi-stripper) as well; but nobody and nobody paid any attention to her. I felt sad for her, though I did check her out a bit. But then, that’s not what I was there for. I was chatting with my friends and their friends who joined us there.

I was going to take a seat when a guy in late 20’s (probably) asked me if he could get me a drink. Now that was NEW. It was so awkward for me since I didn’t know how to deal with it, but I obviously turned down his offer very politely. Then I refused a couple of similar offers from other guys as well. That’s when I realized how a girl must be feeling when so many guys (or even girls) accost her and offer a drink or to dance and stuff… The attention from the guys was over-whelming and I kinda started feeling slightly uncomfortable. That’s when I saw my friend Carolyn walk in the club. I started feeling better again with her around us. Slowly, there were a couple of small groups of girls who showed up and I being the only straight guy got some good attention from the girls as well J. So that was a night of attention from both the sexes. It was a good experience and I am glad I went to Castro district that night. This is one memory of San Francisco that will remain with me forever.

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~ by pankajsingla9 on April 27, 2010.

2 Responses to “The Reality Bite of Homosexuality Part – II”

  1. nice to know that you found your feminine side in a gay bar.

  2. lol… You must visit that place at least once in ur life,, preferably before u get married.. lol
    always good to know the reality in real than in theories or news..

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