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Breaking Stereotypes: For the first time ever, two lesbian bars open in Washington

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 27 August 2018, 17:15 IST

There are no limitations nor any laws for this one specially in the case of an advanced country like the United States Of America.

Many believe gentrification has made it very hard for lesbian bars traditionally in poor and working-class neighbourhoods to survive.

Over the last decade, lesbian bars across the United States have closed. In some cities, they’ve vanished entirely, creating a void in LGBTQ nightlife.

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But this summer, two bars for lesbian, queer, and bisexual women opened in Washington, D.C. in the United States, bringing back hope with some culture among people along with some hangovers for LGBTQ women in the nation’s capitol.

The owners of the two bars, A League of Her Own and XX+, say they’ve been hustling since they opened.

Jo McDaniel, 37, who is the manager of A League of Her Own, stated the place was “absolutely packed” when it opened on August 9, 2018. “It was pretty crazy,” she said.

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Lesbians, gays and the transgenders were forced to go to this one bar and guess what? They were forced to talk to each other, and they were forced to get the same ideals.

Today, it has been observed that bars don't have any kind of importance that they had in the past.

“There are gay centers, there’s online dating, there are chatrooms — there are just so many possibilities for lesbians to meet each other now that didn’t used to exist” said a visitor.

Lina Nicolai, 33, co-owner of XX+, said her bar, which opened in July, also strives to welcome LGBTQ women from diverse backgrounds.

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Lina Nicolai, 33, co-owner of XX+, said her bar, which opened in July, also strives to welcome LGBTQ women from diverse backgrounds.

 “I think it’s just important for everyone to have their own space,” Nicolai said.

“I want to make sure that I create a space where queer women — female-identified women — feel like they can come to and relax and have a place to go to,” said Nicolai.

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First published: 27 August 2018, 17:15 IST
 
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