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Pre-WWII Berlin is understood to have been a flourishing haven for homosexuality and Trans culture, with the first modern male-to-female surgery having been performed during this period in Berlin. As the Western world and its liberal attitudes towards homosexuality and transexuality mostly continue to blossom in the 21st century, Berlin stands tall as an open and unified bubble of freedom where gay clubs lead the market for the majority, and sexual freedom is commonplace and worthy of celebration. We all have a modernized idea of what drag queens are, however dedicated to the cause or uninformed we are. Whether Berlin is ready for drag or not is barely a question, given the consistent avalanche of creativity and openness the city experiences. The bigger notion is to widen the boundaries of those regularly checking out drag performance, and not merely for the liberal agenda, but because it is simply brilliant and you deserve to witness it.
Patra. Age: 27. My open mindedness will nicely surprise you! We can try everything! It’s fun and turns me on! I always totally focused on my partner and cover him with my warm. I am extremely sexy and love to play with that. I never rushed and that will give us relaxing intimate time together.
Gay Berlin: a guide to clubs, bars, culture and drag shows
LGBTQ+ Berlin | The Very Best Gay Bars, Clubs and Saunas
Heads up! Stop by for a beer and stick around for the crowd that streams in as the night descends. Tiny, tasteful and terribly nice, this small bar caters to an upscale Mitte crowd mainly pouring in for a post-work cocktail or two. Tucked away in a busy post-industrial complex in Friedrichshain, Zum Schmutzigen Hobby is both bar and club in one. The regular drag shows are a favourite. There are plenty of private booths for shyer songbirds, but the real magic happens in the main room. The drag shows on Tuesdays are also worth your while.
Jessica Biel. Age: 29. Friendly and nice girl model appearance. I will meet with a sober adequate man strictly from 25 years. Preference - the dominant men.
Berlin Gay Bars
I accidentally stumbled onto this bar on a recent visit to Berlin with my mother. As we entered the bar we were greeted by a 6 ft 4 blonde transvestite in a black mini skirt and informed that Wednesday's was Tranny bingo night. I must admit it wasn't quite what we were looking for but it was great fun and we laughed and sang all night, it was truly a surprising and unforgettable experience. This might not be everyone's 'cup of tea' but for the open minded who just want to have a friendly fun night I can recommend it.
Poignant reminders of the past surround Berlin, including the Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism , on the edge of the Tiergarten — a concrete cube where a video shows gay and lesbian couples in various embraces. Expats, such as the influential English novelist Christopher Isherwood, immortalised the free-spirited culture of cabaret-era Berlin in books and music. And while long-running clubs such as cult-favourite Chantals House of Shame and Berghain still draw in the crowds, new bars and club nights often just pop up. Monthly techno queer parties like Pornceptual at Prince Charles and Homopatik have moved the crowds into alternative venues and neighbourhoods, ones not traditionally LGBT. Even Hollywood celebrities talk about the world-famous nightclub on daytime talk shows!