Gay Los Angeles Travel Guide
The L Word–Inspired Lesbian-Friendly Spots in Los Angeles
Gay nightlife in Los Angeles might seem like it's separated into two distinct camps — WeHo on one side and Silver Lake on the other — but the truth is, plenty of queer and queer-loving crowds hit both, thanks to promoters offering parties on both sides of town. There are tons of fun, gay, bi, polysexual parties that happen all over town Mr. After all, dancing, drinking and cruising goes down at both, so the following venue list includes a mixture, though super-big clubs were left out. And speaking of mixtures, all of the following — especially the establishments near the top of the list — are homo hubs that also happen to be fairly straight-friendly, on most nights.
Los Angeles Gay Bars
Ten years ago, The L Word became the first television series to prominently feature not just one, but several lesbian and bisexual characters who were hot, wealthy, and, for the most part, played by heterosexual, high-femme women. But any of the queer women who moved to L. A new generation of L Word fans, though, will finally be able to visit the actual spots featured in the reboot, some retooled for TV but brick-and-mortars, nonetheless, as The L Word: Generation Q was shot and set on the east side of L.
In response to that demand, they launched a weekly event unlike anything else that had been done before. The concept was simple: to provide the most exciting events, in the most elegant of settings with the hottest women in town. Today, their vision continues to grow and set a standard for excellence in the lesbian and gay community.