Le guide des établissements et des associations lesbiens de Phnom Penh
The L Bar is the first and only lesbian bar in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
It’s a place where women, especially lesbian women, can enjoy affordable delicious drinks in a place free of judgments. Our goal is to create a place where locals and expats have the chance to be who they are in a safe environment.
In addition to the bar, we’re also offering a small variety of lesbian oriented literature, second hand unisex clothing and jewelry. Exclusively, we’re selling female health care products such as the Mentrual Cup and Stand-to-pee devices.
On a weekly basis we are also screening a diversity of series, movies and documentaries.
Furthermore we’re going to host various LGBT Art exhibitions as well as occasional workshops concerning women and the LGBT community.
If our project got your attention or you would like to organize a workshop or exhibition, please contact us !
Though we classify our place as a lesbian bar, everyone who is open-minded and respectful is welcome here.
We are full of enthusiasm regarding all the projects ahead of us and hope you will take part in this adventure.
The L Bar
Phnom Penh KHPhnom Penh18A Sreet 93 Boeung Kak
Bar / Lesbienne
The longest running gay bar in Cambodia.
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Phnom Penh KHPhnom Penh36 E0, street 178
Bar / Gay, Lesbienne
VISION of RoCK
RoCK has a vision for Cambodia where Cambodian LGBT citizens live their life receiving full and equal respect, acceptance and human rights from all sectors of society, most especially families, communities and authorities. We wish Cambodian LGBT citizens can feel happy to be who they are and live happy lives.
OBJECTIVES of RoCK
• Improving the lives of LGBT in Cambodia so that LGBT people feel confident to be who they are- through outreach work and other mobilising activies
• Ensuring that LGBT peoples’ rights are recognized and respected by society and families and communities understand and accept LGBT people- through educational, advocacy and case-work activities
• Ensuring that LGBT people have a secure livelihood by decreasing the stigma and discrimination they face and increasing the solidarity and self-help approach within the LGBT community