Archived from the original on 7 December Sign up for the best of VICE, delivered to your inbox daily. But that is my feeing and practice. The room or locker key is usually suspended from an elastic band which can be worn around the wrist or ankle. Nonetheless, Schultz, because I truly respect you, and can certainly see your point of view, and will genuinely take it under further consideration. I still think a relatively safe place to have sex is something worth protecting.
But I do take exception to the notion that this type of grubby behavior is a definition of gay rights.
However, proponents of bathhouses point out that closing these facilities does not prevent people from engaging in unsafe sex. I see the reakage of them already. Our parties are for men who play with men. In Canada, where some bathhouses serve alcohol, a bathhouse holding a liquor license may be required to submit to liquor inspections, which activists claim are often a pretext for regulating gay sexual activity.
Excuse me if I care less about the bathhouses.