Lesbian Hang-outs in Taipei?

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Re: Lesbian Hang-outs in Taipei?

Postby pipstar1 » 03 Oct 2012, 22:57

hey! I'm fairly new here as well and am not too sure of places to hang out. I wouldn't consider myself a t or p either. I had a thought - does anyone on here fancy meeting up? we could get a bit of a group going maybe. it would be great to know some other like-minded people :-)
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Re: Lesbian Hang-outs in Taipei?

Postby tokyowombat » 25 Oct 2012, 11:52

the chief wrote:
BigJohn wrote:
sandman wrote:
I have shoulder length hair, styled in a kinda girly way, but I'm not an extreme P. I am attracted to P's, however. So there. How does that help?

It helps because it reveals that you'll find it difficult to hook up. Just ask Battery 9. There is a VERY strict hierarchy in the lesbian community. Ts go with Ps. Exclusively. If you're a P, you'll be considered a godless deviant if you go for other Ps. Simply NOT done at all.


Or you could try being a radical trend setter, change the face of lesbian love in Taiwan, in a blaze of purple glory!


And sleep alone!!


Oh my gosh, my girlfriend and I are both sort of androgynous. We both have short hair and don't dress girly. Is that like a big no-no?
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Re: Lesbian Hang-outs in Taipei?

Postby sleepingbeauty » 19 Apr 2013, 19:40

hi girls,

Check out this lesbian bar in Taipei, recently opened.
M Cubic, 12F, No. 138, Sec 4, Ba de Rd., Songshan District, Taipei, Taiwan
http://www.facebook.com/mcubic2013
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Re: Lesbian Hang-outs in Taipei?

Postby John » 03 Sep 2013, 22:25

Moderator's note: I have tidied this thread to make it easier to find info (nothing has been deleted).

Lesbian hangouts in Taipei (this thread): https://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtop ... 93&t=92147
Lesbian hangouts in Taichung: https://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtop ... 3&t=123332
Lesbian: Making friends: https://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtop ... 3&t=123331
Lesbian in Taiwan: T and P: https://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtop ... 3&t=123330

Please post in the right thread!
For contacts join the Facebook group 'Red House Shore' ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/131275656965100/ ), or post in this thread: https://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtop ... 3&t=123331
For updates on Lesbian venues in Taipei, please post here: https://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtop ... 93&t=92147
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