Outside of Bucharest any kind of sexual contact is going to be extremely problematic and is often given hostile opposition if discovered.
Conversely most people barely believe homosexuality exists so all secondary “indicators” such as prissy behavior, mild cross-dressing, hand holding etc will literally never be identified as homosexual.
In this book, the author goes into great detail about all the attractive women they met in Eastern Europe and “picked up” and had sex with.
Yet inexplicably, they travel all throughout Romania and don’t get laid once.
Bucharest is the one place Romanians relocate to in any quantity.
Everywhere else in the country, the vast majority of the residents are either life-long locals or from somewhere relatively close by.
You’ll be hit on constantly in any part of the country.
I first became aware of how widespread this phenomenon was when one of the so-called leaders of the “sex gurus”, Neil Strauss, wrote a book called The Game, detailing his exploits with fellow “guru” Mystery.
What goes on between consenting adults, regardless of nationality, is the only thing of concern in this post. At the moment there are at least two clubs open catering to gay clientele (male or female) but you’re better off asking Senor Google than me as to where they are.
Even “straight” clubs in Romania close and open quite frequently so all nightlife information is temporary at best.
Again, Bucharest is going to be your best bet by far.
Other than that, there’s a much more lenient attitude towards lesbian behavior (touching, kissing, etc), especially if you’re young and/or appear more “traditionally female”.