Donation to the Sin Sity Sisters

Thank you Bears Las Vegas members and partners.  We were able to donate $2500.00 to the Sisters at their August 30th GROWL event.


The Sisters are a non-profit and do incredible work in the community with Sisters AIDS Drug Assistance Program (SADAP) and other community charities. They advocate for queer rights and visibility and conduct safer sex outreach.

We are proud to be able to help wonderful groups like the Sisters better our community. 

This donation was made possible by our members and community who purchase Bears Las Vegas merchandise, enjoy beer and liquor busts, and maul our Drunken Gummies!  Thank you for your support!

Learn more about the Sisters by clicking #here#.

Your Not For Profit Community Organization hosting events for bears and their admirers all around Las Vegas!  Bar nights, dinners, movies, pool parties, and so much more!  

Use the navigation to Left to see all our events and join us and our 2,200 members on Facebook for the most up to date information!

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We have new hats and shirts just in time for Gay Days Disney!  Get them at Bear Bar or UnderBear!

The Sin Sity Sisters

We at BLV are so proud to call the Sisters our beneficiaries.  Everyone who works for BLV is a volunteer so that all the money we make can go right back to helping people in need.  We are in the process of acquiring our official Non-Profit status but since day one we have always operated as one.  

Since 2013 we have raised $13,400.08 for the Sin Sity Sisters and will continue adding to that with every event!


Thanks to multiple generous donations from Gun Oil Bears Las Vegas has been able to cut it's operations cost more than half!  Thank you so much to the best damn lube company out there!


Bears Las Vegas is a volunteer based organization for Bears and their admirers. We are a social club which organizes activities for members that allow them to interact with each other, meet new people, and make new friends. A strong community is our commitment. 

A growing movement in the gay community supports the term bear as a lifestyle choice rather than it's traditional meaning referring to a rugged body type. To be a bear in the past meant being older, heavy set, hairy, and having a tough physique. Nowadays we treat the term as an all inclusive idea that we as gay men can be exactly who we are. We can be tough, we can be hairy, we can be large, we can be nerdy, or none of those things, or all of them. But the most important parts of being a bear is being accepting of each other and supporting others to feel good in their own skin. We do not encourage cattiness, bitchy, dramatic, or negative actions that are common in many parts of LGBT communities. We encourage unity through building a better, stronger, and closer community with an emphasis on inclusion.

Bears Las Vegas' goal is to put the Bears back on top of this town! We only promote events in public places where everyone and anyone can attend. We do not support private or exclusive events. We love all bears and the men who love them back, so we will never turn anyone away. If you wish to promote an event on our page please be mindful of this, it's very important to us. 

We are not a fundraising organization, however, when we do make money at an event we give it all back. We are proud to support our community and we have chosen the Sin Sity Sisters as our charity of choice and will work with them so you can be certain all our proceeds go to help someone who needs it. Vegas loves our Sisters and we feel extremely confident in putting our money in their helping hands. 

We are always looking for Volunteers to help out at our events so if you'd like to become active within the organization please attend one of our meetings and discover what we are all about for yourself. 

All our bar events are 21+. B.A.D. is 18+. Movies, Dinners, and other events (unless otherwise stated) are any age. 

We are open to suggestions and welcome new ideas. In order to present an idea you must attend a Bears Meeting at the Center held every 2nd Friday of the month. At the end of the meeting we have a call for new business where we can vote on new events. In order for an event to be approved there must be a majority of favorable votes reached from members who've attended at least one meeting in the past. This still does not guarantee the event will happen, a committee who oversees it must be made and they will be responsible for putting the event together.