Toronto , Canada's largest city, is famous for its long-standing social liberalism, tolerance, anti-discrimination policies and multicultural population. The Church and Wellesley district is the epicentre of the city's gay community and a major tourist destination. Parkdale and West Queen West are also popular districts featuring many gay bars, clubs, restaurants and other businesses. The annual Toronto Pride Week Festival is one of the largest pride celebrations in the world, attracting over 1 million visitors every year. The portion of the neighbourhood bounded by Yonge, Jarvis, Maitland and Carlton Streets was once the estate of Alexander Wood, a merchant and magistrate who was at the centre of a strange sex scandal in when he investigated a rape case. The victim claimed that she did not know the identity of her attacker, however she had scratched her assailant's penis during the assault.
LGBTQ Toronto Nightlife Guide: Bars & Clubs
LGBTQ Toronto Nightlife Guide: Bars & Clubs | Destination Toronto
Until, please be safe and considerate of others. Sometimes you just need to get laid, you know? Lucky for you Toronto has a few hot and steamy options to help facilitate said rocks getting off. Though the hay day of bathhouses in Toronto has come and gone thanks a lot, internet! Here are the best and only gay and queer bathhouses and sex spots in Toronto.
Top Bars & Clubs in Toronto, Ontario
Heads up! Known for erotic entertainment for decades, the best strip clubs in Montreal have ranged from the cabarets of the roaring 20s to the heyday of Sainte-Catherine street in the s. Located at the corner of de la Montagne and de Maisonneuve, this two-storey strip club is one of the classiest joints in town. This place is such a classic, having survived expropriation for the construction of the neighbouring Four Seasons Hotel. This high-end downtown classic has been in the game for over three decades.