Posted by on February 13, 2020 5:26 pm
Originally From: Queerty

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The city of San Francisco will consider revoking a 1980s law that banned bathhouses in the city.

In the 1970s, bathhouses acted as magnets for gay men, both to meet other singles and to experience music, dancing and social time. That changed with the AIDS crisis of the 1980s, which prompted major cities like New York and San Francisco to shutter the popular gay bathing spots. Laws required the removal of private rooms and video booths, as well as to have a “monitor” on-site to make sure nobody engaged in unsafe sexual practices.

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Now the City by the Bay will consider removing those regulations entirely. “Our current regulations for adult

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