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The San Diego gay nightlife scene manages that rare balance between being remarkably friendly and also rife with beautiful people—it's pretty much a reflection of this sunny Southern California city. Gay bars have also been pretty stable here over the years, with the most popular hangouts going strong for a couple of decades. Most gay bars are in the trendy Hillcrest neighborhood, just northeast of Balboa Park and a short drive or cab ride from downtown. Several others are in the districts just to the east of Hillcrest: University Heights and Normal Heights. As a largely gay-friendly city, San Diego has a good offering of general mixed night clubs.
Boys with big brothers more likely to be gay
Three years ago, the young man who would later be known as John Doe 1 shuffled into the Richard A. Handlon Correctional Facility in Ionia, Michigan. It was still wintery in April, and his state-issued jacket was poor protection against the drafts coming through the broken windows, shattered by men who had passed through before. The rituals of intake were familiar.
Boys with older brothers are more likely to be homosexual than those with sisters, younger brothers or no siblings at all, according to research. However, the researchers think their findings are linked to what happens in the womb, rather than the effects of growing up among older boys. For decades, academics have argued over nature versus nurture - whether individuals are born gay, or become gay because of where and how they grow up. Now Canadian psychologist Ray Blanchard says the answer depends on how many older brothers a man has. He studied the family backgrounds of gay men and the same number of straight men.