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Located right downtown, Refs is also of a special ilk of bars in Halifax deemed to be a “cabaret,” and so can stay open until am (most bars close at am).
Refs is your obligatory local basement gay bar featuring pumpin’ electronic music, regular drag shows and a (not so gay) student night every Friday.
Heavy Petting A hot queer discotheque held one Saturday a month.
This sweaty dance party features disco, house and punk and is for (according to their Facebook page): “Homo’s, Queers, Transfolk, Lezbros, Stone Butches, Hard Femmes, Genderqueers, Bar Stars and Heteros.” Co-founded by Adept Tatoo’s Amber Thorpe, Bitch Fit is a semi-regular queer dance party held at Michael’s Bar and Grill.
Pierce says it is OK to get to know someone first and reveal the STI after the first interaction.
However, if sex is involved, again, you need to be direct.
Put on your high waisted denim cuts offs and plaid and bike (essential North End accessory) down to Gus’s for copious amounts of beer, punk shows and It Felt Like a Kiss (monthly dance party featuring “motown, doowop, sweet sweet soul” and plenty-o-queers).
Company House Retro Night The Company House retro night is not a retro night in the wear-leg-warmers-and-matching-sweat-band-to-the-bar sense; it’s really just an excuse to belt out “I just wanna feel the heat with some body” in a room full of sweaty homos.Pierce says sometimes when people with STIs go on popular dating apps, they’ll add a series of numbers to their profile page or username that indicates they have an infection.“It’s a low-key way to say I am STI-positive,” she says.This, of course, is something only people with that STI would know. However, if you choose to go this route and meet someone who doesn’t have an STI or understand what the numbers mean, make sure you’re clear and honest about your infection.Michael’s Bar is also home to the semi-regular lady focused queer dance party, “Bitch Fit”.Gus’s Pub and Grill Smack dab at the centre of the North End (North and Agricola streets) the gritty Gus’s is a Hali institution.X Pierce says for starters, anyone with the disease or infection should know exactly what they have. “Part of being your own advocate means seeking out that information, finding as many resources as you can, and learning about where the stigmas come from.”There are several dating sites and apps out there that cater to people with STIs and STDs, Pierce says.