You should be here now #2

And yes, you should be here now, at Wet, DC’s best amateur strip night. Wall to wall men are checking out those with the bravery, but not the clothes, to dance on stage. With socks, a smile, and not much else, they sure are giving a show.

A show that reminds me of the gay clubs of Russia. My favorite was Xamelon, where the boys had their own floor. Chance was also good, sporting male mermaids in huge wall-sized fish tanks.

Now here in SW DC, where the baseball stadium will be one day, I can say that DC does rank on the world gay stage. Big, bold, beautiful, and very, very gay. Rock on boys, and come close

3 Comments so far

  1. Everybody_Saucy_Dancing! (unregistered) on August 11th, 2005 @ 9:49 am

    I am very sad to say that there is a movement to “rid” of those establishments. Apparently the area is being considered for major redevelopment. Talking recently with a resident of nearby waterfront marina, it seems that there is a “desire” to remove this “deviant” element. I hope not! This is one of the MOST interesting element of D.C. – if anything, there is a lack of these establishments, as well as nearby Nexus Gold, and I would like to see more so when my friends come to town, I can show them that D.C. is not a stuffy town but getting into its own as a hip and happenin’ metropolis.

    BTW, Wayan, how many drinks were bought for you or better yet how much cash did you reap in when you strutted your stuff on the bar? Dahling, shake that thang!


  2. Chris (unregistered) on August 11th, 2005 @ 9:51 am

    Damn Wayan, for a straight guy you sure do hang out in a lot of gay bars! Even gay strip-clubs! Now thats being secure in your sexuality (or deeply troubled with it :-))


  3. wayan (unregistered) on August 11th, 2005 @ 10:16 am

    Ah, its places like Wet, JR’s and the like where I feel quite at home, even as a straight man among the homos.

    As I explained to a friend last night, gay men are quite accepting of freaks like me. After years of discrimination, they aren’t quick to judge based on past, present, or future. Fashion, yes, freakiness, not so much. Thankfully folks like DC Domme and I have both.



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