Kimberly McLeod, 28, ‘misread the signs’ of the women dancing together at the venue in Hartlepool, County Durham.
She grabbed two of the girls by their faces and attempted to kiss them but became angry when they ed her away.
In her rage she beat up the whole group of friends, leaving them battered and afraid to leave the house.
One of the victims, a teacher, had her nose burst after she was punched by McLeod, leading to her developing Bell’s palsy, which caused her face to droop to one side.
The disfigurement from the attack at the Loons bar lasted for months.
According to the Hartlepool Mail, in a victim statement the woman told Teesside magistrates court:
‘I can’t understand how a person can have such hate inside them to physically attack other people. I had to make up reasons for my injuries.
‘I am thankful for just one thing – although I suffered this horrendous attack I know that it was in no way personal against me.’
Lynn Dalton, prosecuting, said the victim felt her nose ‘pop and start pouring with blood’ as McLeod, who lives with her same sex partner in Hartlepool, hit her.
The defendant pleaded guilty to six charges of assault and two sexual assaults and was handed a 17-week prison sentence suspended for two years and ordered to pay £150 costs to each victim.
Chairman of the bench Martin Slimings said McLeod had carried out ‘multiple, persistent, unprovoked assaults’.