I should have heeded the bad reviews.
Bouncer looked at me and said he was going to breathalise me. I said that was fine since I don't drink alcohol and have never been drunk in my life. He asked me to stand on a spot, I stood there. He then asked me to step back which I did. Then he refused me entry because I was too drunk.
I must commend him for being able to breathalise someone with his eyes, though I must dispute their accuracy. In all honesty, he looked a little out of it himself. I guess the breathaliser threat was said in an attempt to make me turn away and he never produced one because it would prove him wrong and he'd have to let me in.
Not sure whether I was turned away for not looking gay enough or not looking young enough. Shame you can do nothing when they talk bollocks to you because they don't want to give you evidence for blatant discrimation of some sort.
Wouldn't advise anyone to make a purposeful trip here because it seems that if your face doesn't fit you're not getting in.
One star simpy because no stars can't be given.
London gay guide
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The main gay area has to be Soho, just west of the West End, where all theatres are located and north of China Town. Main gay street is Old Compton Street, where many bars are located. London is one of the biggest gay party cities in the world, in the weekend you can party almost around the clock. Most big venues can be found in the Vauxhall area.
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