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Being queer here is awesome if you’re at all into nature!
Within a ten-minute drive from downtown, you can be in the mountains, hiking or skiing in one of the numerous and beautiful canyons surrounding the valley.
), a pretty good sized smoking patio, dancing cages, a stage, and sometimes has bad fried foods in the back bar.
Oh, and the cocktail waitresses carry around dollar shots that have such names as “Wet Pussy,” “Sloppy Pussy,” and “Sour Pussy.” Basically, amazing!
Many queer women and trans people here have experienced profound struggle with identity, self-acceptance and acceptance from the larger more conservative culture.
However, I think the struggles that queers have faced create a more tight knit community.
It’s not free pour and shots are measured so there’s no such thing as ordering a double or a side-car.
Also, the legal level of alcohol here for beer is 3.2% which is the alcohol level you’ll get with beers at the grocery store and at convenience stores.
This bar also hosts queer events every once in a while.
You kind of have to know someone to know what’s going on in the queer women’s and trans community here and where the queer women and trans people are.
I think “The Advocate’s” evaluation of SLC as the “gayest city” is based on the gay male community, but not really the lesbian, queer, or trans community.
Is Salt Lake City really the “Gayest City” as named by the Advocate in 2012?
Not really, but I do think Salt Lake is an up and coming city that’s becoming more progressive year after year.