Two lesbians walked into a bar…except they can’t any longer as lesbian bars be to no longer exist. In information according to my research, there are only four left tribade bars in New dynasty City with only one left in Brooklyn. Ginger’s in piece of ground Slope, has in some way managed to make it the homo bar apocalypse, but it begs the question: wherever are the new spaces for queer women to meet in Brooklyn?
What's Killing New York's Lesbian Bar Scene? - CityLab
A walk down pat Christopher thoroughfare in borough hamlet is a tour of gay rights' well-nigh historic New York sites — and what has suit possible in the movement’s wake. Within a few blocks of the subway station are most a dozen bars, bedaubed with rainbow flags and unsubstantial lanterns, that pull a mostly gay clientele. The neighborhood’s gay bars offer more flavors than the Village's Big Gay Ice Cream Shop.
Why the gayest metropolitan areas in America are running out of lesbian bars - MarketWatch
At a recent newly-launched lesbian organization in Brooklyn, women scattered themselves haphazardly end-to-end the curtilage of a gay bar occupied generally with men. Wearing dark jeans and denim jackets, they stood in dwarfish groups, intermittently scanning the inhabit while talking amongst themselves. “This is why greek bars all close, because everyone is U-hauling! ” Valentina Osorio, a queer-identifying womanhood who lives in borough exclaimed, alluding to a verb that refers to how apace lesbian and bisexual women change towards commitment and, often times, the suburbs.