Gay San Francisco Travel Guide
LGBT culture in San Francisco - Wikipedia
San Francisco is said to be one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. This is because this city is home to a lot of beaches with rolling hills. You could also explore several parks, landmarks, and museums. You could even enjoy various entertainment selections.
An interview with SF comic Alexis Gay, who made the viral video about park hangouts
San Franciso has it all — art and entertainment, great restaurants, a big variety of gay bars, clubs and saunas. Castro has everything gay — bars, clubs, hotels, shops, restaurants, book stores, you name it. The City is easily reached from San Francisco International and Oakland International airports both about a drive into town. The entire city has a European feel to it.
For the first time in nearly four decades operators of traditional gay bathhouses can once again seek permits to open in San Francisco. The city's public health department has rescinded the restrictions that have kept such businesses from operating in the city since the mids. A legacy from the height of the AIDS epidemic, bathhouses in San Francisco until now could not have private rooms with locked doors and were required to monitor the sex of their patrons. Those regulations, when put into effect, resulted in a de facto ban on gay bathhouses in San Francisco, leaving residents to have to travel to such businesses in Berkeley and in San Jose.