It's tangentially related to the topic, but in my recent trip to Berlin I happened to stay at a gay hotel without my previous knowledge!
To make a long story short, the brother of the friend I went there with lives in Berlin and works in the hoteling/restoration field, so he contacted one of his previous workplaces and managed to get a discount for the suite.
Reminds me of a bed & breakfast I went to in Napa, with a girl I was seeing at the time. We stayed at "The Inn on First." Very cozy, homely place, down the street from downtown Napa (which, down the street, was also Iron Chef Japanese, Sandaime, Masaharu Morimoto's restaurant). The joint was personally kept and run by a gay couple. One guy was the front desk, handling logistics. His partner was the chef, and he is a seriously talented. Complimentary port wine! Complimentary home made chocolate chip cookies! I swear, those were some of the best cookies we've ever had, even considering the girl I was with is quite the baker. I should've grabbed a whole plate to take on the drive back home. Breakfast of poached eggs on a toasted baguette was just exquisite stuff. I'm not a gluten-free person, but the pecan waffles were fantastic too. Sometimes, you just need a gay couple to run the place to set things straight. So hospitable. They really took care of us.
Wow, Sinfest. I remember binge-reading it almost ten years ago and loving it. Shame being a TERF is starting to become en vogue again for garbage people that try to pretend they aren't garbage cause "women's rights, yeah!*"