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The L Word–Inspired Lesbian-Friendly Spots in Los Angeles
Ten years ago, The L Word became the first television series to prominently feature not just one, but several lesbian and bisexual characters who were hot, wealthy, and, for the most part, played by heterosexual, high-femme women. But any of the queer women who moved to L. A new generation of L Word fans, though, will finally be able to visit the actual spots featured in the reboot, some retooled for TV but brick-and-mortars, nonetheless, as The L Word: Generation Q was shot and set on the east side of L. In the first few episodes of Generation Q, Shane returns on the brink of another breakup, looking to take over a former gay bar, Atlas, and make it gay again.
Welcome to the first of hopefully many in our Queer Girl City Guides 2. This Los Angeles City Guide has been a massive group effort, building off a city guide co-authored two years ago by two incredible Autostraddle readers, Jill and Al. Image: The all-female automotive team at a gas station in Hollywood, Los Angeles has been very gay for a very long time.
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