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26th May '17 2:46:53 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* The Blue Cat Club in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' is expanded upon here ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5010302/1/Amateur-Night Amateur Night]]'' and here ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5423509/1/Moving-Pictures-Part-Two-The-Sequel Son of Moving Pictures Part II]]'' as a place not unlike the central setting of ''{{Cabaret}}'', with suspiciously similar songs, performers and compere.

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* The Blue Cat Club in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' is expanded upon here ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5010302/1/Amateur-Night Amateur Night]]'' and here ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5423509/1/Moving-Pictures-Part-Two-The-Sequel Son of Moving Pictures Part II]]'' as a place not unlike the central setting of ''{{Cabaret}}'', ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'', with suspiciously similar songs, performers and compere.



* GayBarReveal on the UK sketch show ''GoodnessGraciousMe''. Two underage boys want to be served drinks in a pub, so to look older, they wear glasses (and can't see a thing.) When they remove the glasses, they realize it's actually a gay bar full of Music/VillagePeople lookalikes, and run away screaming.

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* GayBarReveal on the UK sketch show ''GoodnessGraciousMe''.''Series/GoodnessGraciousMe''. Two underage boys want to be served drinks in a pub, so to look older, they wear glasses (and can't see a thing.) When they remove the glasses, they realize it's actually a gay bar full of Music/VillagePeople lookalikes, and run away screaming.



* One of these is featured in a Halloween episode of ''Series/RaisingHope''. Burt particularly likes it as a "guy's night out" destination, though Virginia does come in, disguised as a man dressed as Charlie Chaplain with a cucumber shoved down her pants.

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* One of these is featured in a Halloween episode of ''Series/RaisingHope''. Burt particularly likes it as a "guy's night out" destination, though Virginia does come in, disguised as a man dressed as Charlie Chaplain Creator/CharlieChaplin with a cucumber shoved down her pants.



* The Blue gay bar [[http://colorshock.blogspot.com/2009/02/periwinkle.html Periwinkle]] in ''Colorshock''.

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* The Blue gay bar [[http://colorshock.blogspot.com/2009/02/periwinkle.html Periwinkle]] in ''Colorshock''.''WebOriginal/{{Colorshock}}''.



* Played for laughs by ''TheSimpsons'' with a GayBarReveal; Homer, having been banned from Moe's and looking for a new watering hole, is the only man in She-She Lounge, a very obviously lesbian bar, muttering "There's something bothering me about this place...I know! ''[[ComicallyMissingThePoint This lesbian bar doesn't have a fire exit!]] Enjoy your deathtrap, ladies!''", which is followed by a woman asking "What was her problem?" as he leaves.

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* Played for laughs by ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' with a GayBarReveal; Homer, having been banned from Moe's and looking for a new watering hole, is the only man in She-She Lounge, a very obviously lesbian bar, muttering "There's something bothering me about this place...I know! ''[[ComicallyMissingThePoint This lesbian bar doesn't have a fire exit!]] Enjoy your deathtrap, ladies!''", which is followed by a woman asking "What was her problem?" as he leaves.
20th May '17 7:13:31 PM nombretomado
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* Any gay or fetish bar in VertigoComics:

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* Any gay or fetish bar in VertigoComics:Creator/VertigoComics:
23rd Apr '17 3:42:20 PM nombretomado
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* Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland in ''ThereWillBeBrawl'' is a typical one of these. It's run by [[Franchise/TheLegendofZelda Tingle]], with second- and third-in-commands being [[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] and [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Pit]]. This is also the reason we know that [[Franchise/FireEmblem Marth and Ike]] are not HeterosexualLifePartners and that Samus may be bisexual if her actions right before Luigi tells they're leaving is anything to go by.

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* Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland in ''ThereWillBeBrawl'' ''WebVideo/ThereWillBeBrawl'' is a typical one of these. It's run by [[Franchise/TheLegendofZelda Tingle]], with second- and third-in-commands being [[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] and [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Pit]]. This is also the reason we know that [[Franchise/FireEmblem Marth and Ike]] are not HeterosexualLifePartners and that Samus may be bisexual if her actions right before Luigi tells they're leaving is anything to go by.
21st Apr '17 10:18:41 AM CosmicFerret
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* This place or something like it is extremely popular in the ''LawAndOrder'' series.

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* This place or something like it is extremely popular in the ''LawAndOrder'' ''Franchise/LawAndOrder'' series.
12th Apr '17 5:34:17 PM LentilSandEater
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* There's one of these in ''Film/ButImACheerleader''.
** Also something of a subversion--though the bar in question is called the Cocksucker, the most that really happens there is relatively tame dancing.
*** Until Andre gets down on the floor.

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* There's one of these in ''Film/ButImACheerleader''.
** Also something of a subversion--though
''Film/ButImACheerleader''. Though the bar in question is called the Cocksucker, the most that really happens there is relatively tame dancing.
*** Until
dancing. At least until Andre gets down on the floor.
12th Apr '17 5:28:02 PM LentilSandEater
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* ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'': Pawnee apparently has quite a large, active gay community, despite being a smaller midwestern town. The local gay bar is full of lights and loud pop music, but otherwise averts most of the CampGay stereotypes.
** Probably justified, since while the gay bar in town fits this trope, most if not all of the bars in Pawnee seem to be more like dance clubs than little midwestern bars.
*** There are hints that many of the bars have the same owner and that they may be fronts.

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* ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'': Pawnee apparently has quite a large, active gay community, despite being a smaller midwestern town. The local gay bar is full of lights and loud pop music, but otherwise averts most of the CampGay stereotypes.
** Probably justified, since
stereotypes. while the gay bar in town fits this trope, most if not all of the bars in Pawnee seem to be more like dance clubs than little midwestern bars.
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bars. There are hints that many of the bars have the same owner and that they may be fronts.
6th Apr '17 1:30:13 PM jamespolk
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* ''Literature/TheCoronation'': In this novel set in 1896 Moscow, Afanasii the Romanov court butler is horrified when the investigation into the kidnapping of a prince leads to him being dragged into a gay nightclub. He's even more horrified when a drag queen starts feeling him up, causing him to protest out loud and giving the whole operation away.
25th Feb '17 8:43:28 AM CnHGirl
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* Subverted on the ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' episode "Father of the Bob", with Big Bob's friend and neighbor running a gay bar down the street from his diner. The bar actually looks like a typical, downscale bar would, emphasized by it being Western Night, with the patrons dressed like cowboys and line dancing to country music. Big Bob, while straight, frequents the bar himself because the drinks are good and the patrons and owner are his friends.
22nd Jan '17 4:32:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Irreversible"'s opening begins in and around a gay sex club called, classily, "Le Rectum".

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* "Irreversible"'s ''Film/{{Irreversible}}'': The opening begins in and around a gay sex club called, classily, "Le Rectum".Rectum". Basically all the guests are sexual deviants; one, known as Le Tenia, is a sadistic bisexual pimp who previously committed a brutal rape of the main character's wife, and another one tries to rape the main character himself after he mistakes him for Le Tenia.
22nd Jan '17 4:26:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* Downplayed in the German movie ''Der Staat Gegen Fritz Bauer''. One of the main characters, who is a closeted gay/bi-curious man, visits an LBGT joint that is fairly reserved by contemporary standards, but quite wild by the standards of 1950s conservative society. Note that this movie is set at a time when homosexuality was ''illegal'' in Germany.[[note]]This was a relic of UsefulNotes/NaziGermany--homosexuality was not criminalized during the UsefulNotes/WeimarRepublic, but the Nazis overturned the laws and they were kept on the books for several years after the war.[[/note]]

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* Downplayed in the German movie ''Der Staat Gegen Fritz Bauer''. One of the main characters, who is a closeted gay/bi-curious man, visits an LBGT LGBT joint that is fairly reserved by contemporary standards, but quite wild by the standards of 1950s conservative society. Note that this movie is set at a time when homosexuality was ''illegal'' in Germany.[[note]]This was a relic of UsefulNotes/NaziGermany--homosexuality was not criminalized during the UsefulNotes/WeimarRepublic, but the Nazis overturned the laws and they were kept on the books for several years after the war.[[/note]]
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