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By idesigner , February 18, in Tennessee. This deeply disturbs me. I'm your regular guy, who just happens to be gay, and involved in a commited relationship for 4 years. We have a healthy, stable household, and plan to adopt and raise a child someday. Now I'm starting to worry that all our rights will be taken away. Although the local politicians are clearly trying to create a law based on discrimination and prejudice, I want to know if they also speak for the Nashville citizens. My guess would be that the Majority of actual Nashvillians really don't care too much one way or the other about this piece of legislation though you will find people who really support it and really hate it.
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Very gay friendly. Nice place for casual conversation and have a sense of being with like company, even if you don't drink. Love this place!
By ariesjow , September 25, in Nashville Coffee House. My best friend just visited me from Nashville and we discussed the city's blossoming gay and lesbian community around Church St. She pointed out that another gay bar opened recently just off of Church St. Here are my questions. Given the growth all around Nashville's Midtown, do you guys feel residential developments will soon follow the LGBT buinesses popping up around Nashville's Church Street?