Partners gay bar
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I've been to Partners quite a few times. I'm surprised that more gay people don't frequent this place just to keep it in full swing. I would say it's very much a mixed bar. About fifty percent guys and fifty percent girls. There is a small straight crowd that follows one of the guys that leads karaoke. It's not a place to pick someone up as there really aren't that many people there, but it's a nice place to just sit and chill.
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One by one, barriers have been falling at the nation's elite country clubs. Many private clubs have dropped rules in recent decades that discriminated against potential members based on their race, religion, ethnicity or gender. Now challenges are being raised against rules that are another obstacle to full membership rights at golf clubs. The hot topic at many clubs is one few members could have dreamed of talking about a decade ago: should the partners of gay members be given the privileges of family membership and greater access to the golf course? In San Diego, Birgit Koebke and her partner, Kendall French, filed a lawsuit against Koebke's golf club in state court, contending that it discriminated against them because the club would not give French the access and the privileges granted to the spouses of heterosexual club members.