My gay bar (male strip bar) tour with Mr. D from Singapore started with "Big Papa" along Tramo street in Pasay. It was my first time in this bar and venue's layout was pretty impressive. Big stage, with comfortable chairs.
It was their big night then. Boys were pretty okay. And their selection ranged from the twinks to the late 20's.
One of their highlights then was a "threesome" production number with two of their best looking dancers and a trannie.
At that time, I was bothered to see a "heterosexual concept" of production number in a what we call a "gay bar". I was thinking then, why do we need a female figure in this sexual act, when it can certainly be done by three men!
But then I realized that more than half of the patrons are acctually straight females (to my assumption). Hence, there is a need to represent "straight sex" inside a "gay bar".
At a certain part of the show, a gay patron stood up and inserted a three thousand peso bill at the bikini of one of the dancers whom I thought wasn't actually deserving of such a generous tip. After about an hour, I saw the same guy doing some chores by the dressing room. And I realized he could be an employee of the bar, and the "tipping" was just a show to encourage other patrons to shower the boys with some money. That probably explains why the dancer didn't wear a happy smile when received the three thousand peso bills.
Some of the waiters are quite hot. They were the apple of my eyes more than the gyrating dancers on stage. The female patrons were fantastic -- shrieking loudly at the right moment throwing their inhibitions out as some dancers flirt with them. It was such a sight to see -- women enjoying sexual power and control.
Entrance to the bar is Php250.