Dallas Texas for Lesbians - A Lesbian Visitor's Guide to Dallas Texas
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Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I am not generalizing that everyone in Plano is a homophobe. But a "gay friendly" area is not. I am glad you and your wife are part of a new and more open generation. However, most folks in suburbia are not.
The prime gathering place for Dallas' LGBT community and just minutes from Downtown Dallas and Uptown, Oak Lawn is known for its lively atmosphere and adventurous nightlife options alongside beautifully maintained homes. Two must-see spots along Cedar Springs Road, the epicenter of the neighborhood's activities, are J. The second floor includes a patio overseeing the busy street below and is a highly sought after spot for Dallas Pride weekend. Sue Ellen's is one the largest lesbian bars in the country — you'll find it right next door to J. Make sure to stop by Cedars Springs Tap House for a beer before hitting up shopping favorites like Flower Reign for unique gifts or Out of the Closet for vintage finds.
My wife and I along with our 4 kids visited this place a couple of days ago. It was our first time So it actually sort of basic, but really clean and professionally run. A bit confusing for first This isnt a spa, this is a bath house at best.