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    Your opinion on clubbing?

    So I went actual clubbing tonight for my friend's birthday. Before, I would go to bars and pubs and stuff. But tonight it was an actual club and it was quite an experience.

    I mean don't get me wrong it was really fun. The music was great, every danced and we had a great time. But towards the end, I was just like to myself 'I'd rather be home reading a book'. Is there something wrong with me? I'm only 19 so I think I'm expected to like clubbing and getting drunk.

    It was just annoying because I wanted to head off early because I was kinda over it but everyone just kept saying "one more song, one more song" and that lasted for like another whole hour. I just don't really understand the appeal of it. I'd rather sit down somewhere and chat and laugh my heads off with my friends than getting drunk to really loud music.

    So guys, what are your opinions on clubbing?
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    Not my world. I wouldn't care if they were all burned to the ground

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I say live and let live.... but you might wanna ask the seals about how they feel about clubbing.



    Clubbing and of itself is not the only thing... I only really have fun when I know a lot of folks who are there.... so really it is a party of friends with a dj and shot boys... lol
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Love clubbing but only do it now and again.

    Don't care if i'm there with friends or on my own, get a few drinks in me and dance my arse off for hours on end.
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    I hate clubbing.

    That being said, when you are a clubber, it's all about the specific party (much moreso than the venue). Despite my distaste for clubs, there's a San-Francisco-based party called "Bootie" (which is all mash-up songs) that comes to NY every once in a while. Friends brought me there and I love it.

    But as a rule, I'd generally would rather be somewhere where I can sit, appreciate a nice beer or scotch, and chat with friends.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I don't go clubbing. Not my thing, never was. But then again, I don't have "bored" in my sign-in name.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Touche' Lexicon.... or is that Tooshie....

    Once upon a time I was a clubbing fool but at that time and in that place had but a weekend here and there in town. I was interested in one thing. I found just what I was looking for quite often. Now I go and wonder what the fuck i was thinking.

    So Borrrrrred you are just a normal guy who is past clubbing without having to go through it.... sounds good to me.
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I like to go out because there's nothing else to do in 1930s 2010s Amsterdam.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Clubbing very rarely appeals to me...at all. The music is ALWAYS too loud, and when music is really loud my brain shuts down any ability to think, and that is a very unpleasant feeling for me. It is also impossible to converse with anybody, sometimes even impossible with the two faces a few inches apart. I do NOT dance, so there is nothing to do than to just sit and see if my head will synch with the music at all, which it usually doesn't. And, even if it does, I generally think "Wow, I am really wasting my time here."

    When the music is loud and shuts down my thinking, that also means that any kind of strip show or other show with hunky guys, goes entirely unappreciated. When my thinking is shut down, I also don't feel any kind of stimulation or attraction even if the guys are exceptional. Even a lap dance from the man-of-my-dreams wouldn't do a damn thing for me in those circumstances.

    I can abide some limited clubbing, but generally only when it is part of an extremely-long-form visit with whoever I'm with, which is rare. That may happen next month when I go to Hawai'i for a week with somebody, soon. We will have enough time (during an entire week together) to visit, such that going to a club WILL NOT detract from "valuable and limited" visiting time.

    The lack of appeal for me, predates the lives of most people in here. In the 1970's, a couple times, I encountered something like "Oh Frank, it's SO GREAT to see you, it's been so long since the last time! Let's go to the DISCO!" Seems rather worthless when there's maybe an hour of visiting followed by blasting loud music and NO EFFECTIVE VISITING for the rest of the time.

    Something like Saybrooke's first-person account in the thread
    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/thre...=1#post8789992
    is, in my opinion, MUCH MORE fun than any club could ever be. To me, nothing beats just hanging out with a friend or two, and just visiting each other with thoughts about all kinds of random shit, and perhaps watching movies or playing board or card games. [Scrabble, anyone?] Hell, it even beats sex.
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    I'm really not a fan. I have very sensitive hearing, so I can barely last half an hour in a noisy club.

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    not a huge fan.

    I don't care for the music and I don't love dancing... if I'm going out drinking with friends, I'd rather do it some place where we can actually hang out and talk without having to scream.

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    ^ Absolutely THIS! Yes!!
    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - 28th Amendment, US Constitution?
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    I don't have much experience with clubbing, even though I'm 25 years old. My circle of friends, both males and females, go clubbing like there's no tomorrow.

    Personally, I hate it there. I don't like the atmosphere and most of all, I have tinnitus in my ears so going to a club might even worsen the condition so I tend to avoid going there.
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    Mate, you're not alone. I would spend the night in bed, with a book than going out clubbing. Not really for me. The music's too loud and not really into dancing (you'd probably die laughing if you see my pathetic attempt at dancing). So no reason for me to be there. If I wanted to go out for a drink, I'll probably choose a place where I can hear people talking to me without having to scream our lungs out.

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    Oops... I accidentally hit the cancel button... and I had a reply... let me try again.

    I love going out and I am not the type to stay in. I can't stand being alone or staying at home... sometimes watching a movie is nice with my bf, but we usually end up going out any ways. I love going out, listening to loud music and dancing with friends. But surprisingly, I do not drink that much... I used to when I was 21 or 22 (I'm 27 now)... but these days, rarely. Give me a redbull and I'm good to go.

    http://circusandarena.com/ - This is usually the club I go to in Hollywood (no, it's actually not in Weho)... and yea its a gay club... mostly geared towards Latinos. Most of the go-go boys are Latinos too. And the music is mainly Latin pop, ranchera (not for me lol), reggaeton (yes!!!), hip-hop... etc... they have three different dance floors in Arena and Circus... Circus is a huge club as is Arena. I prefer Circus more. Circus also has live performances... Kat DeLuna is supposed to playing there for a second time.

    I also go to Micky's on Thursday (Club Papi Night)... but it's pretty small and seems more of a bar. They do play decent music and have a small dance floor that does get packed. My issue with them is I wish they would play newer music... one reason I do go is one of my friends is a go-go boy and I have to be supportive (with a few dollars every now and then lol).

    I am not an air head club kid... I do like to read and watch documentaries... but I just love to dance.
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I did the clubbing thing when I was in my twenties. Went to both gay and straight clubs alike. I have nice memories of it, and I'm glad I took part in it, as my city has a very active nightlife scene. I never saw clubs as anything other than a place to hear good music and to dance.

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    I prefer bars and drag shows to clubs. I'm not a natural born dancer and the music just doesn't do anything for me, and although crowds EVERYwhere have this potential, I just find clubs to be way too cliche-heavy. Kinda makes it hard - if you don't dance - to meet new people.

    Lucky for me, the nearest (only?) gay bar is only a walk down the road for me, and so location (and the friends, bartender and the stripper I know there) also comes into play.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    Something like Saybrooke's first-person account in the thread
    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/thre...=1#post8789992
    I REFERENCED THE WRONG THREAD!!! I haven't checked, but somebody probably wondered WHAT I was talking about. I meant this thread
    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/thre...=1#post8791329
    and therefore the name changes from Saybrooke to ilovejstrokesdonk.

    So, with the prevalence of posts in this thread saying that clubbing is uncomfortable or unfulfilling, why am I still having so much trouble shaking my thought that "nearly all gay people love to go out and party, loud"? That impression was bolstered at the first JUB meet I went to, in St. Louis a few years ago, was mostly centered around a huge club there, where talking was impossible.

    I remember trying to talk to "elvin/elvin1" there, and he had a lot of interesting things to say, but I couldn't always understand him because he is quite soft-spoken, and I felt uncomfortable having to pretty much scream into his face, or likewise with anybody else I wanted to visit with.

    THANKFULLY subsequent JUB meets (all FIVE of the subsequent ones I did...even the Las Vegas one) were NOT filled with clubbing, and were more enjoyable.
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    I enjoyed clubbing (1984 - 1992)

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    Clubbing DIED in 1992, at only a young 8 years of age, and hasn't existed since? That's news to me!
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    It's not for everyone.

    I had a short period of time that I enjoyed it, but generally...it's not my idea of fun.

    There's nothing wrong with you. Some people just enjoy doing other things. Being 'in the club' is not the be-all-end-all of having fun. I've had more fun hanging out at home than I've had while out at the clubs.

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    Recently I heard a 'wise guy' story that I had a party at my home for twenty-five men. It's an interesting story, but I don't know twenty-five men I'd want to invite to a party. ~Joan Crawford

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I have to confess I am a propa' Club bitch.
    I go clubbing as often as I can.
    I love the loud music, the people and.............. some other stuff.
    Plus, I swap more phone numbers on a night out clubbing than in a month at the pub or any other venue.....let's say I know how to strutt my stuff on the dancefloor.

    It helps I Love Trance/Dance music, with (sexy) Tiesto being my favourite DJ together with Calvin Harris.
    In fact I am listening to him right now.

    Go Maximun Crazy!!!!



    But I agree with others, don't feel bad if you don't like clubbing
    It is not everyone cup of tea, and certainly that's not all I do either.
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I have a love-hate attitude towards club environment. When I first entered "the gay scene," I pretty much visited most club spots here with a few friends that I have met. Depending on my mood, I can have a lot of fun in this loud environment with good music. But a lot times, I have a hard time interacting with strangers whether it's flirting or just making causal contact in such an environment. So, I'm not a regular, weekend club queen. I wish I could enjoy and function in this atmosphere because alcohol and the dance floor dominates gay social culture and I understand that I am missing out on a lot since I'm not a regular participant.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Haven't had the chance to. Since I don't drink I think I might not like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilBit View Post
    As a Canadian, sadly, I first thought that this was what the thread was about.

    I know, Blame Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    Clubbing DIED in 1992, at only a young 8 years of age, and hasn't existed since? That's news to me!
    Yes Frank, clubbing died. As a result, they say it gonna rain




    Who knows. Maybe Frank and I will become Unexpected Lovers



    lol
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I don't like clubbing I went to clubs when I was younger but now it just doesn't interest me. What's the point being around sweaty people talking loudly and hearing loud music? It doesn't make any sense to me.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I like it if I'm with some friends and I've had a bit to drink. It does depend on the music though sometimes.

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    I'm afraid to go clubbing without some friends, so obviously I've never been clubbing. I would like to though, I bet it's fun.

    I have a fear of being bashed or hurt by someone if I was in my own, people aren't very progressive here.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I enjoyed it up until I was 23 and then it just takes far too much energy out of you especially when you have a real job and other personal responsibilities to maintain.

    I'll visit a bar or lounge again but I am well beyond clubbing. If some bar has a dance night, I may go for a bit with friends for kicks as it tends to be a more low-key affair but that is a rare circumstance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    I'm afraid to go clubbing without some friends, so obviously I've never been clubbing. I would like to though, I bet it's fun.

    I have a fear of being bashed or hurt by someone if I was in my own, people aren't very progressive here.
    Bashing can happen anywhere

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    Bashing can happen anywhere
    No way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    Love clubbing but only do it now and again.

    Don't care if i'm there with friends or on my own, get a few drinks in me and dance my arse off for hours on end.
    Sounds like me when I was younger, and older

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Clubbing/dancing is fun once in awhile...everything in moderation rings true here. If I had my choice I rather do something more chill like chat with friends over dinner or drinks. Sometimes plopping down on the couch at home with a good movie or TV show is nice too.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I loved clubbing but I definitely like to go by myself. I knew alot of people who were at any given club so I was never "alone" anyway but I like to dance by myself for hours...on the stage if they have one. The reason I like the stage is because when you are on the big dance floor people think that if you are dancing by yourself you might like a partner and it was annoying having to say no...

    I liked the real big dance clubs like Trockadero, I Beam, The City, Oil Can Harrys, Dreamland...and some of the sentimental favorites like End Up and Buzzbys and The Stud. I liked piano bars and neighborhood bars as well and there used to be a great nightclub on Polk St called the Mocambo that you went to sign up in the middle of the week for seats...it was a tiny little place and when you watched the performers it was as intimate as it comes....they were maybe five feet in front of you performing. I saw Sally Kellerman there...and also Bette Midler's backup group (The Harlettes)...and Jaye P Morgan and alot of other cabaret type performers. Drag shows can be fun too.

    The bars I dislike intensely are the yuppie and posers bars...can't get to the door fast enough. Fetish bars aren't my thing either.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    i HATE clubbing for the following reasons.

    -i don't like to be in room with a bunch of people especially invading my space. it makes me uncomfortable, paranoid, and uneasy. i get nervous and plus my voice has a volume problem so it's like i'm competing against the noise in the room.

    -a lot of the music most clubs play are wack.

    -i don't like basically standing around, all alone watching other people especially couples dancing, grinding, drunk and horny, making out and random people making out with each other. i really don't like to watch the whole public displays of affection. i get annoyed thinking about my situation where i've never dated, fucked anybody and etc. i don't need to be reminded of that shit by people having the need to act their feelings in front of others as if this is some fucking reality tv show with the people in the crowd being the audience.

    -i don't like the idea of dressing up and having to pay to get into a club. it should be for free especially when they overcharge for drinks.

    for the most part, i've had very few good times at a bar like new years 2009 where my brother, my homeboys and me were wilding out heavy that night. we came dressed up in our street clothes and we were just having fun, acting like fools and dancing around like total jackasses. it was good because we weren't in some wack ass club with 100 other people trying to basically be the centers of attention, acting like it's a rap video or whatever. that was at a straight bar though. most straight clubs are terrible. the gay clubs/bars that i've been to are okay. for the most part, i've enjoyed it although i'll admit i get a bit creeped out being around other gay guys because i'm uncomfortable with myself still (internalized homophobia) and i also get afraid of other guys hitting on me because i wouldn't know what i would do if that would happen (which hasn't happened yet). i'm not ready for all that lovey dovey shit yet. for the most part, most people are usually friendly in gay bars compared to straight bars and clubs. i've been able to talk to other guys at gay bars and etc unlike straight bars where dudes is basically competing with each other trying to act like they're better than the next person.
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I have never once been in a club....I've been told I'm not missing anything. Might be cool to see / maybe people watch there (also depend if I liked the music LOL) but......
    I can't dance anyway . . plus I'm (too) old now anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    i HATE clubbing for the following reasons.

    -i don't like to be in room with a bunch of people especially invading my space. it makes me uncomfortable, paranoid, and uneasy. i get nervous and plus my voice has a volume problem so it's like i'm competing against the noise in the room.

    -a lot of the music most clubs play are wack.

    -i don't like basically standing around, all alone watching other people especially couples dancing, grinding, drunk and horny, making out and random people making out with each other. i really don't like to watch the whole public displays of affection. i get annoyed thinking about my situation where i've never dated, fucked anybody and etc. i don't need to be reminded of that shit by people having the need to act their feelings in front of others as if this is some fucking reality tv show with the people in the crowd being the audience.

    -i don't like the idea of dressing up and having to pay to get into a club. it should be for free especially when they overcharge for drinks.

    for the most part, i've had very few good times at a bar like new years 2009 where my brother, my homeboys and me were wilding out heavy that night. we came dressed up in our street clothes and we were just having fun, acting like fools and dancing around like total jackasses. it was good because we weren't in some wack ass club with 100 other people trying to basically be the centers of attention, acting like it's a rap video or whatever. that was at a straight bar though. most straight clubs are terrible. the gay clubs/bars that i've been to are okay. for the most part, i've enjoyed it although i'll admit i get a bit creeped out being around other gay guys because i'm uncomfortable with myself still (internalized homophobia) and i also get afraid of other guys hitting on me because i wouldn't know what i would do if that would happen (which hasn't happened yet). i'm not ready for all that lovey dovey shit yet. for the most part, most people are usually friendly in gay bars compared to straight bars and clubs. i've been able to talk to other guys at gay bars and etc unlike straight bars where dudes is basically competing with each other trying to act like they're better than the next person.
    All of this.

    I went out tonight with my friend who I haven't hung out with in a long time. It gets annoying to have all these people always on you, especially if the music ain't bangin. MY bf wasn't feeling well so it was kind of a drag but I tried to make the best of it. Honestly, I do it to be around other gay people, even if they're trashy.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    If ya gots ta club, ya gots ta club.

    I prefer hanging in a lounge with a small group of friends nursing drinks and talking about anything and everything. Haven't done it in a long while, and I quite miss it.

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I've rarely lived in places where regular clubbing was a possibility. In college, the nearest club was fifteen miles away, so I could only go if a friend was driving. When I was in Switzerland, I would go clubbing in Geneva on the weekend, but it cost an awful lot to get a taxi back home. Where I live now, the clubs are mostly geared towards undergrads, and I'll be damned if I'm gonna shake my groove thing in front of my students.
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    -a lot of the music most clubs play are wack.
    Perhaps come to LA... you might change your opinion on that.

    i don't need to be reminded of that shit by people having the need to act their feelings in front of others as if this is some fucking reality tv show with the people in the crowd being the audience.
    My only advice is here is stop putting so much into what others are doing.

    -i don't like the idea of dressing up and having to pay to get into a club. it should be for free especially when they overcharge for drinks.
    Often if you go before a certain time it is free. At least the ones I go to. Plus I am also signed for text messages from Circus/Arena, where it is free before 11PM. Only thing I pay for is $5 for parking. I don't drink so not an issue.

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    ^As far as the music complaints go, I would recommend NY as well. There's a million different music scenes here, so if you do the proper research beforehand, you're bound to find a club that plays music that suits you.

    That being said, 95% of the time you still won't escape the cover, the noisiness, the overcrowding, etc. that make clubs what they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boredd View Post
    So guys, what are your opinions on clubbing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LilBit View Post
    I've rarely lived in places where regular clubbing was a possibility. In college, the nearest club was fifteen miles away, so I could only go if a friend was driving. When I was in Switzerland, I would go clubbing in Geneva on the weekend, but it cost an awful lot to get a taxi back home. Where I live now, the clubs are mostly geared towards undergrads, and I'll be damned if I'm gonna shake my groove thing in front of my students.
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I enjoyed it in my undergrad days. Probably because there were a lot more clubs playing the sort of 90s modern rock I cut my teeth on. Nothing too fancy, not like the elaborately decked-out clubs these days, it was just a bar and some chairs and a dancefloor.

    The ex-BF is quite the clubber, and I went a few times with him and his mates, but at my age I just felt out of place. I didn't get any flak for being there from other patrons, mind, I personally thought I just didn't belong there. And they were more dance-music clubs than the alternative stuff I prefer; still, it was interesting. Since the split was amicable I've been invited to his birthday this coming Friday, drinks and then a club afterwards. I think I'll probably bail on the clubbing part of the night, though.

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    Giving me aftermath headache I dont like..once awhile is ok

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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    I'm afraid to go clubbing without some friends, so obviously I've never been clubbing. I would like to though, I bet it's fun.

    I have a fear of being bashed or hurt by someone if I was in my own, people aren't very progressive here.
    CB, is that something that happens often where you are? If it is, I would have expected that you would have started a thread about it by now - "Gay Bashing is a Horrible Problem in My Town" or something.

    There is safety in numbers, too. The chances of getting bashed are probably no worse than the chance of getting slammed by another car when you're driving. Yes, even if you're by yourself, the chances are tiny.

    You may not want to do it by yourself, but if a couple friends come up to you and suggest it, it may be cool for you to go ahead and try. And, no, you're not gonna get beat up because you decided to go.
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    Re: Your opinion on clubbing?

    I love going clubbing. Last year I used to go like once or twice a month but now I go almost every weekend after joining a gaymer meetup group. I get to hang out with friends and meet new people. Generally, I'll start off the night by going to a bar or getting food and then go to a club at around 11 pm. The clubs I go to usually have a "quieter" area like an outdoor patio or room that isn't playing really loud music. I go with small and large groups so some of the guys just like to socialize on the patio and some like to dance. I like dancing but I'm usually only into it when I'm buzzed/drunk.

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