Maud's was a lesbian bar at 937 Cole Street in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury District which opened in 1966 and closed in 1989.At the time of its closing, which was captured in the film, “Last Call At Maud's”, it was claimed to be the oldest lesbian bar in the United States.The old butch-femme scene hunkered down at the end of the bar itself , while a few hippie dykes straggled in to sit at the tables. The two groups eyed each other with suspicion.” [One night] I was coming back from this place, and I was wearing a black leather jacket and boots and jeans and a turtleneck t-shirt. Then the good old Tac squad boys came rolling along. Because there was still at this time a “let’s keep track of the queers” mentality.And sometimes they would — well, later they pretty much always would — park a cop car right outside Maud’s. “ With the Stonewall riots of 1969, the gay liberation era had begun, and LGBTQ people flocked to San Francisco, which was rapidly becoming a “gay mecca' for young people looking for a place to be themselves.
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