Seattle’s LGBTQ culture is so big that we’ve not just one Gay Pride Festival, but TWO (or more!
), with Pride events throughout the month of June each year.
But what you will do is meet up with women you fancy. Find a minx you find deserving your sex-drive, reach out with a lewd offer, flirt and have zipless quality time at her place or at some hotel room.
This online dating service is all you need to meet up for real.
To be completely honest, Seattle’s gay culture is not limited to Capitol Hill, our “traditionally” gay neighborhood.
Instead, you’ll find that Seattle’s LGBTQ scene can be found throughout the city: from Beacon Hill to Ballard, from Wallingford to Westlake, Seattle’s been gay-friendly for as long as anyone can remember.
Currently housed in a 4400 square foot main building (with several annexes) near downtown Seattle, this organization is unique in that it strives to serve the local communities which comprise its region's sex-positive culture (e.g., the BDSM community as well as elements of the swing community, and everything around and in-between).
This organization is a good starting point because it offers a wide variety of events, classes, dances, vendor fairs, informal social evenings, guest speakers, an extensive library, and discussion/support groups, with something almost every night of the week, and because gender and orientation are not barriers to membership (for example: single men are as welcome as single women).