Marijuana and speed swiftly followed. LGBT people drink too much — even more than the rest of the British population. While my husband looks forward to Alcohol August, I am thinking of going another month without booze.
Tweet this thread. Sign up. It is not a meeting that has any attraction for me, but they will admit women if they turn up, so they meet the 3rd tradition and can call themselves an AA group. What's shared in the group should stay in the group. Only problem to me would be if a gay person was to get the idea that they could ONLY go The Gay Sober London 37 Members a gay focused meeting for recovery, because that would not be true.
Gay Brunch Club. They might be in a group therapy setting with a trained therapist, but not an AA meeting, although there are always amateur therapists not far away. East London Gay Men's Meetup. The Gay Sober - London 87 Members.
But in , with what some might consider to be less discrimination and with alternatives to bars in online groups and dating apps, the culture of queer boozing would, you might expect, be declining. Speaker Potluck 5. Reuse this content. ESH: Buck M 34 years. As we discuss our identities and history it feels suddenly poignant: How often do we talk about who we are, or what it means to be queer, in a bar where people drink?
Like meeting friends for a drink before the theatre and not drinking.