Nightlife :: Local Events
This leathery week brings planet of kinky options for your nightlife pleasure. You also have plenty of other options that don't include a harness.
If you feel like supporting our San Francisco LGBT Community Center and all the great programs and safe spaces it offers, then come hang out in a straight bar to show the Center some love.
With a sexy combination of nightlife traditions and new innovations, the monthly Pound Puppy events at The Eagle (and a few other venues) have become one of the more popular and diverse parties.
Try to remember the kind of September with laughs and queens and bears and cocktails. Try to remember, but if you forget, we wrote all these events down for you.
An evening of music, sensuality and unforced masculinity dedicated to the men we see all around us each day, helping great men who volunteer their physicality and time to helping people with HIV. What could be better than that?
This year, as part of Tennessee Williams' Circle of Friends, the Festival welcomes back accomplished choreographer and performer Carson Efird who has been inspired to create dances based on two of Williams' one-act plays.
Are you back to school or in a schooling mode? Ready to learn new grooves and matriculate some new scenes? Move up a grade with your nightlife.
Emmy-nominated actress ("Orange is the New Black") and activist Laverne Cox and her twin brother, artist M. Lamar will speak at Baruch Performing Arts Center's Mason Hall on Tuesday, September 9 at 8:00 P.M.
Celebrate 32 years of The Chicago LGBT International Film Festival, Reeling Film Festival on Thursday, September 18th at The Music Box Theatre with a screening of "Boy Meets Girl."
What are the chances? The chance of getting a lap dance at the Castro Theatre? The chance of enjoying drawings and drinks at the same time? Chances are your chances are pretty good!