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The first time I dragged a group of my friends (straight females and males) there, Eric and I immediately went up to the bar to take a jager bomb.

We facilitate the whole thing so there's no awkwardness, no pressure, no embarrassment and no games..great fun! Check our Special Interest events are listed as such in the event descriptions, (i.e.

Or did it vanish because mainstream culture has evolved, turning every bar in Portland—from Sloan's Tavern to the Florida Room—into an unofficial lesbian bar? No." DEFYING CATEGORIES: Llondyn Elliott, 19, identifies as non-binary.

"I've never felt comfortable with the term lesbian," says Llondyn Elliott, 19, who identifies as non-binary. Elliott rejects masculine and feminine pronouns—as well as the label lesbian, calling it too specific. (Thomas Teal) In the past two years, events catering to lesbians, like the monthly meet-up Fantasy Softball League, have been targeted online as unsafe spaces for trans women and others who don't identify with feminine pronouns.

The fights over language may seem academic and obscure if you're not part of them.

But they are increasingly the battlegrounds over how people see themselves and how the world sees and treats them—and those views strain friendships, shutter events and start internet flame wars.

We facilitate the whole thing so there's no awkwardness, no pressure, no embarrassment and no games..great fun! Check our Special Interest events are listed as such in the event descriptions, (i.e.Or did it vanish because mainstream culture has evolved, turning every bar in Portland—from Sloan's Tavern to the Florida Room—into an unofficial lesbian bar? No." DEFYING CATEGORIES: Llondyn Elliott, 19, identifies as non-binary."I've never felt comfortable with the term lesbian," says Llondyn Elliott, 19, who identifies as non-binary. Elliott rejects masculine and feminine pronouns—as well as the label lesbian, calling it too specific. (Thomas Teal) In the past two years, events catering to lesbians, like the monthly meet-up Fantasy Softball League, have been targeted online as unsafe spaces for trans women and others who don't identify with feminine pronouns.The fights over language may seem academic and obscure if you're not part of them.But they are increasingly the battlegrounds over how people see themselves and how the world sees and treats them—and those views strain friendships, shutter events and start internet flame wars.It's been six years since the Egyptian Club, better known as the E-Room, lowered its rainbow flag in Southeast Portland, and in that time no brick-and-mortar lesbian bar has emerged to fill its space.