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That's because comparatively fewer women have come out than men," Borah points out.
Alternatives to the gay bar have threatened to do the institution in.
"Most restaurants and pubs today are gay-friendly, but they won't identify as such.
Their owners are well-travelled and have no problem with gay parties as long as people are well dressed and well-behaved," he says.
Did queer people need this social sanctuary anymore?
"Gay guys met at homes if they had the privacy there, or tried to book hotel rooms — all those by-the-hour places near Mumbai Central had a decent gay clientele until, weirdly, the Mumbai Police banned groups of men occupying rooms for fear of terrorists planning attacks! It was the mid-90s when Slip Disc, aka Voodoo, a back-alley pub in Colaba, became the queer community's favourite watering hole in Mumbai.
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Rage — By D'Kloset, his company, has organized gay parties at restaurants, lounges and banquet halls of hotels, including 5-stars, in Mumbai, Pune and Goa.
He says he's even been called to organise gigs for the gay crowd in Nagpur and Lucknow.
Homes also allow them to patrol the gates and admit those they trust, which is why invitations to these parties are strictly confidential.
On the other hand, gay parties at clubs and hotels are typically advertised on FB and Grindr, and admit straight people.
These clubs, hotels and lounges host queer parties no differently than they'd admit a straight shindig - as long as the rent's paid and the guests behave.