If anybody's thought bad of me because I always wear a visible pride ribbon on my backpack they haven't had the heart to come out and say it, so you'll be fine. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. Typically, one of the local bars will have a ROY G. I can't speak to the greater Auburn-Opelika community. Two sides of the Phoenix cabaret in via Google Streetviewwreath visible above main door, R. I can't speak for the dating scene myself, since I'm not actually gay, but pretty much all of my buddies haven't had too many problems finding partners. Post was not sent - check your email addresses!
Just what I've heard from friends who participate in the shows and from this sub.
I've been considering graduate program in Auburn and I wanted to know how tolerable the locals are? Submit a new link. That's kind of AUs attitude towards most things Damn I missed out lol. I could find no information about its closing, and local reportage suggests various dates. There just isn't a big enough out community to support a gay bar or consistent drag shows or anything like that. I'm in a graduate program at Auburn in the Humanities, and it is very open and supportive.
I can't speak for the dating scene myself, since I'm not actually gay, but pretty much all of my buddies haven't had too many problems finding partners. If you are looking to be part of a great university in a great state then you won't have anything to worry about if you are gay or middle eastern or both. The bar closed insometime around the holidays, as that wreath suggests. I have a colleague who is openly LGBT and they loved their undergrad so much they stayed for grad school. Submit a new text post. Even before I thought a lot about being bi I knew it was the place for me when I visited on a tour day and already felt better included and prioritized than other schools I checked out like UGA and Mercer, and Bama which I hadn't toured but lived 30 minutes from the past 12 years so I was used to being near it often. You will have much better experience if you stick to the big cities.