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The college life in Spokane is diverse, with private, public, religious, and satellite campuses.
The women’s team has made the NCAA tournament four years in a row.For non-students, there is a women’s pick-up basketball league on Tuesday nights.Riverpoint Campus: This “campus” is really a satellite branch for Washington State University and Eastern Washington University.The games are fun, though the team is not particularly stellar. The city hosts a few women’s rugby teams, including an Eastern Washington University club team and the city team the “Marmots”. Spokane hosts the biggest 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the world. 7,000 teams compete, with players ranging from eight to retirement age, women, men, co-ed, family, you name it.The latter is made up of quite a few lesbians, and pretty much all of them are ridiculously friendly and will encourage you to come to a game or practice. Think about creating a team or at least watching the adult women’s games.Mine includes excessive amounts of foam and lost jewelry. Sprague Avenue, downtown) is the gayest in town, only because it brands itself as gay more than other spots.It’s like the youngest sister of the gay bars: it’s a little wild but gets away with it. It’s the oldest gay bar in town since the legendary “Dempsy’s Brass Rail” closed.Over the past year, the number of “gay” bars has fluctuated between three to five. After that, it’s game on for twenty and thirty something lesbians.n Yne Bar and Bistro (232 West Sprague Avenue, 99201) is the most lesbian-friendly bar in Spokane. Nyne is not exclusively a lesbian bar, but everyone in town knows it’s the safest place to go for gay/bi women. Sprague Avenue, downtown) serves the purposes of night club and grungy gay bar.The campus LGBT resource center is a good place to get involved or find allies on campus. Eastern Washington University: Eastern students have a conservative reputation, but the campus offers a variety of resources and allies for the LGBT community.Their women’s athletics attracts tons of lesbians to their games (and on occasion to their rosters). In fact, a men’s fraternity hosted a drag show in Spokane as a fundraiser!