From Magic Mike to restaurants with beefcake waiters, marketers pander to the female gaze because the gay male gaze makes them uncomfortable. T he funny thing about going to see the first Magic Mike in theaters in New York when it opened several years ago was how different the experience was based on which neighborhood cineplex you stumbled into. In most neighborhoods in the city, it was full of women wanting to see Channing Tatum writhe around the stage in his skivvies. I bring that up because that Magic Mike atmosphere can happen any night of the week for those who live in Dallas now that Tallywackers has opened. The restaurant is located in the Oak Lawn neighborhood, which is about as gay as Chelsea. There are also drag shows several nights a week at the restaurant.
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The alleged incident took place at Emilio's Pizzeria in Commack in November , a lawsuit says. Credit: Barry Sloan. A Commack restaurateur has been accused of using anti-gay slurs while berating a gay worker, who he then allegedly beat and threatened to kill, according to a federal lawsuit.
It was the longing for a safe space that drove Alexi Minko to go from being a lawyer to running a bar. It took a couple days until Minko remembered that there were a number of bills that were stacking up -- from the sales tax to rent and final paychecks, the crisis was starting to settle in. People "have been able to listen beyond simply hearing 'gay' and see that this bookstore has something for everyone. It has a particular mission for feminist and queer folks, and we order new books to make sure we always have a good selection," Harker told ABC News. I hate to close again so soon, but the safety of my customers comes first," the bookstore announced on Instagram adding that they hope to reopen again in August.