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The city of Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf and Elton John does not disappoint its queer visitors, proffering a fantastic mix of highbrow culture and brash parties year-round. It's a world gay capital on par with New York and San Francisco, with visible gay, lesbian and transgender communities and enlightened laws to protect them. Protection from discrimination is enshrined in law and same-sex couples have the right to marry.

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Strictly for womxn and non-binary people, Lick is sheer queer chaos. This queer dance party was created a few years ago to address the lack of safe spaces for queer women and folks with marginalised gender identities. Bring your gal pals, and say bye to the patriarchy.

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These are external links and will open in a new window. A string of London's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT bars and clubs have closed their doors in the past year. The theory goes that society is becoming better integrated, meaning gay people feel more open to visiting "straight bars", lessening the demand for gay-only or predominantly gay venues.

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A large portion of my most valuable teenage experiences can be traced back to the queer clubs of London. The only time I've ever thrown a drink in someone's face: Peggy Mitchell-style, in the sweaty basement of East Bloc, because they asked me to see how it would feel. These memories could have happened anywhere, at any sort of club, but they happened at queer clubs, because that's where my mates and I preferred to be. The "straighter" clubs weren't quite the same; they didn't always play the music we were into, it was much harder to dance without some guy aggressively invading our personal space and everyone looked hotter and more stylish anyway for reasons I still don't entirely understand but which will probably one day be explained by science.

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And fear not, because when this door closes, another opens at G-A-Y Late. Located around the corner at 5 Goslett Yard, it offers a similar experience, but with a later licence and even louder pop songs. Although the short cocktail menu has been the same for ever, the staff always seem perplexed when you order one this is definitely part of the charm.

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Members even included famous individuals such as Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey. The houses she and other members of the Bloomsbury Group lived in are ones which have blue plaques on the front of the houses. It also hosts regular events and interestingly, is the only specifically lesbian and gay bookstore in the whole of the UK.

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On a few Saturday nights each year, those leaving Liverpool Street station and heading towards Shoreditch can expect to run into an enormous queue full of women. Stretching all the way across the front of the Ace Hotel and even further down the High Street, it moves at a glacial pace, with a wait of at least 45 minutes on a good day, but that is not enough to deter most. With a capacity of only a few hundred, many club-goers will never even make it inside the venue, particularly if they don't know the name of the night or are judged to have a "bad vibe" by one of the organisers on the door. But, though year-old founder Flo Perry finds it amazing that "people queue for more than an hour to come to a basement playing Britney", the popularity of Aphrodyki is undeniable.

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You will definitely either love or hate it and if you come with an open heart and a couple of pounds in your purse, you will make memories to last a lifetime. Fourth Friday every month. Unskinny Bop The Unskinny Bop collective was formed at Ladyfest and is one of the nicest, most welcoming indie nights in the city.

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However, the range of lesbian and gay bars and clubs in London spans the city, from Vauxhall and Clapham, to gay bars in east London. All the best gay bars in London become busy on themed nights and weekends, as well as during the annual Pride in London festival. The more intimate sibling of the popular Leicester Square hangout, Ku Bar Soho is a great place for romantic drinks or people watching on Old Compton Street. Cocktails are the speciality at this cosy spot with gold decor, but you can also enjoy a refreshing choice of wines, beers and spirits.

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