A bouncer at The Cafe, a gay and lesbian bar on Market
August kicked out a straight couple for locking lips. Some of the
establishment's regular patrons had been offended by such displays of
heterosexual affection, leading to a "no straight make out" policy.
Its sexually one-sided squeamishness got The Cafe into trouble
with The City's Human Rights Commission. That body is usually defending
gay rights rather than hectoring gay businesses about bias against
straights. Although it levied no fine or other penalty, the commission
found The Cafe had engaged in discrimination. (San Francisco Examiner,
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