I went to school in Monroe back in the early 60's. It was quite conservative then and it's still that way. I'm sure there is a gay community there, as there is in every place I've visited. But, I'm equally sure that it's still very low-key. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.
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By Andrew Collins. In the artsy and hip All Saints neighborhood, the All Saints Cafe Railroad Avenue is a gay-friendly, quirky little spot that's open 24 hours, occasionally has live entertainment, and is an all-around nice venue for hanging out with friends or meeting new ones. All Saints serves Italian sodas, espresso drinks, and light food with an emphasis on vegan fare , and lots of college students spend time here before heading over for drinks at the nearby Fermentation Lounge. Also near Lake Ella and serving fresh and creative "build your own" quesadillas, stir-fry bowls, wraps, soups, and salads, 1 Fresh Stir Fry Grill North Monroe Street is a popular, reasonably priced option that welcomes all.
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Folks in Monroe remembering all 49 people who lost their lives in the Orlando massacre. They want Orlando to know they're not alone. Corner Bar and Club Pink, two gay bars in Monroe, came together for the event, painting signs, showing pictures, and opening their doors to show support, and to grieve. Tragedy can bring out the best in people too.