We even have our very own all women’s school, probably can’t go wrong there. ” Minneapolis has a hidden gem called the Minnesota Machine. It would be a great way to meet new people and play a sport that isn’t available in many other places.They’re always looking for new players and no experience is necessary.They host a monthly event called Dragged Out that is featured below and totally worth seeing.
I like things measured, so I decided to rate each section in this guide with 1 to 5 “you betchas!
” I dare you to try to find a section that’s under 3.
Soul Friday is held on the first Friday of every month at Hell’s Kitchen.
Hell’s Kitchen is another queer friendly great place to hang out.
This is one of those beautiful bars where you can get a bag of popcorn for $1; yes, the microwave kind. They host a weekly lesbian event and have a really cool space.
They host pool tournaments and have a smoking porch out back, which is fantastic in the summer and offers lots of natural light when day drinking. They have a patio where you can do a variety of things…smoke, make out on one of the many seating arrangements, drink, fill in the blank.
Our different events host a variety of different queer girls, so if you’re not into one scene you can try a different one out.
Just follow the guide below and you’ll be well on your way to having a great time in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Unfortunately it has now been changed to a quarterly event. I really wish it was still a monthly event, or a weekly one for that matter. Schools also range in price, from very affordable to stupid expensive.
I think you would be hard pressed to find one without a LGBT community or club/group to join though.
Try to hide your excitement as you realize all of the queer opportunities this beautiful city provides.