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That does not mean that there are not countries who accept homosexuality as a part of their culture. First, come to the beaches and then everything else when we are talking about in Asia. But… did you know that there are actually gay beaches in Asia?
Finally, see and be seen on the refurbished, year-round upstairs patio that boasts a DJ and plenty of dancing. Check out showtunes on Mondays and Family Feud-style trivia on Wednesdays. Sundays are especially wild thanks to ridiculously well-priced vodka specials and beer pong games upstairs.
Guests can expect good drinks, great food, and unforgettable moments. Attik is the newest addition to the Chapel Street nightlife scene. The lounge, bar, and club has dedicated Friday nights to Mother parties, which are geared towards queer Melbourne girls.
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