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Most of my medical stuff happens at the sexual health clinic rather than a GP's office, so the vibe in the waiting room is always a little weird. In the town where I used to live, this meant there were lots of nervous college kids, sketchy guys, and kinda trashy girls. There are lots averted eyes and people actively trying to state at the telly instead of anything else.

In the middle of London, however, this means that everyone is almost eerily hot, and mostly gay — including the staff. It's hard to ignore the distinctly cruisy vibe in the room. Even if folks aren't actively cruising, they're definitely inspecting everyone else. It's a totally different kind of awkward, much more like my doctor's office back in Chelsea in New York.

Is there a socially acceptable way to ask someone out at the clap clinic?

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