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The Sports Bra doesn’t Vintage Helmet K-State Wildcats 2022 Big 12 Football Champions Shirt. advertise itself as an explicitly lesbian space—in fact, one patron I talked to, who asked to remain nameless, expressed frustration that the but I will buy this shirt and I will love this bar wasn’t more of an overt queer singles’ pick-up spot—but its message of support for the LGBTQ+ community and its many intersections is unambiguous, expressed through details like a Black Lives Matter sign posted to the right of the bar or a flowered wall-hanging exhorting patrons to Protect Trans Lives. Writer Frankie de la Cretaz, who covered the Sports Bra shortly after it opened in April, noted the timeliness of the Sports Bra’s trans-affirming nature, telling me, “The Sports Bra is a space that celebrates women’s sports—something that isn’t inherently trans exclusionary. Trans women play sports and women’s pro sports leagues have been the most inclusive of trans and non-binary players, with some leagues that have those players on current rosters. But I do think that in the currently political climate of legislation that attempts to exclude trans women and girls from women’s sports, it’s an important gesture for an establishment like The Sports Bra to explicitly states that they welcome and support people of all genders who both play and love women’s sports.”
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When I made my second Vintage Helmet K-State Wildcats 2022 Big 12 Football Champions Shirt . visit to the but I will buy this shirt and I will love this Sports Bra on a recent rainy Sunday, the queer energy of the place was undeniable. As I sipped my “The GOAT” cocktail (Geneva gin, orgeat, aperol, tangerine juice, and soda water) at the bar, I struck up a conversation with Abby and Kim, consummate sports fans and moms to three kids, ages nine, eight, and three. “They’re not really into sports yet, but we live close by, and the kids’ menu looks like something they would be into,” said Kim, sharing a smile with her partner. To my right at the bar, another duo—this one made up of friends who look to be in their mid-twenties—catches my attention. “I’ve been here three times, and it’s kind of low-key a queer bar,” says one half of the pair, who introduces herself as Madeleine and professes a deep fandom for the Portland Thorns.