Sub - Schwules Kommunikations- und Kulturzentrum München e.V., Müllerstraße, München, Germany
A few steps from Gärtnerplatz is the cafe in the Sub, a pillar of the gay, social and cultural center for gay, bisexual and queer men and trans people in Munich.
The Cafe im Sub is the meeting point for everyone who wants to meet up with their friends or make new acquaintances - or who want to find out what's going on in Munich's gay scene.
The cafe offers a large selection of drinks - juices, teas, beers, long drinks - at reasonable prices and is run entirely by volunteers. All income from the cafe operation goes to the LGBTI * offers of the sub. However, there is no compulsion to consume in the cafe.
On some evenings, certain clubs or organizations (e.g. TransMann, LeTRa, Bushido Karate and many more) take over the counter service in the cafes. These theme evenings enable our guests to get to know many of the LGBTIQ * groups in the community directly and to talk to them. (Thanks to the counter service in the sub, groups and initiatives have the opportunity to present themselves and their offers and to actively support the community.)
The Sub is also a cultural center and offers many artists the opportunity to exhibit their work on the walls of the cafe. Concerts, readings and lectures also take place regularly in the house and show how diverse and colorful our community is!
Especially for those who are only just beginning to deal with their own gender identity and / or sexual orientation, there are low-threshold opportunities for discussion through advice in the evening or the information service. You can read or borrow relevant books and information material from and for the community in our cozy library.
There is something for everyone here - for every person, every culture, every age group and every interest.
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