The epicenter of American gay society, San Francisco was home to the nation's first transparently gay chose official (Harvey Milk), the origination of the rainbow banner, and the primary spot in the nation where gay marriage turned into a reality in 2004, when then-Mayor Gavin Newsom made it official on Valentine's weekend. A large portion of the city's gay bars are gathered in the Castro, yet the once-tense scene has turned out to be more homogenous, particularly since Supervisor Scott Weiner acquainted enactment with boycott nakedness and in this way pursue away the silly nudists who used to hang out at Jane Warner Plaza, by the F-Market end.

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