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Toronto Dyke March 2013

Toronto Dyke March 2013 is getting louder and bigger. There were more participants in the march and as usual, the Dykes on Bikes led it. One group of people that’s added to the parade this year was the cyclists that came after the bikers. It’s also the second time that the Dyke March ended at […]

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Pride Toronto – Underwear Show at California Cafe

California Cafe is celebrating its 25th year of existence as a place to try or go when you’re in the Gay Village in Toronto. Every Pride Toronto Week, they lure visitors and passersby to The Village to its annual Underwear Show, now on its 11th year! Related Posts: Underwear Show 2012 (part 1) Underwear Show […]

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2013 Toronto Pride Launch

Super Queer!  That’s 2013 Pride Toronto ‘s theme for Pride Week, a ten-day celebration of queer culture. It’s time to let the public know we have our own gay super heroes in all shapes and colors of the rainbow. I actually like the fun sound of the theme, a change from a serious ones in the past. It’s […]

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Church Street is Toronto’s Gay Village

Don’t be fooled by the street’s name. It’s not a holy street where you pray and shout to the Lord for mercy, forgiveness and favours. Church Street is, yes, Toronto’s Gay Village! It’s the gayest in Canada (unless Montreal would argue) and it’s where the biggest party in June happens, the center of Pride celebrations. […]

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Gay Bars in Chicago

Chicago’s Boystown is to Toronto’s Gay Village or to San Francisco’s Castro, or to Seoul’s Homo Hill, the epicenter of 10.0 magnitude of queerosity! Just like any other gay areas, Boystown is no different: rainbows everywhere. Bars, restaurants, cafes, boutiques and other shops abound the area between Belmont and Addison/Waveland on Halstead and on Broadway Streets. […]

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Beaches in Toronto – Bask in the sun and sand and get a tan!

It’s officially not summer in Toronto yet, but the rising temperature is already upon us. Sweaty foreheads and body parts/pits are starting to smell. It’s my pet peeve I can’t hide my disgust on my face. Yuck! There’s only one thing you should do to cool yourself down before exploding into a rage of complain […]

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Chicago Getaway Hostel

I’ve been to more than 20 youth hostels in my travels but Chicago Getaway Hostel already impressed me within an hour after I checked in. It’s the best hostel I’ve ever stayed so far. The moment I walked in, the organized and clean lounge, the friendly ambiance and the smiling staff already won me over. […]

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Travelling with the Rainbow Wig

Last night, I was in a conversation with two other travelers and one popped the question: What is something that you can’t travel without? One answered her iPad, the other was her cellphone. Me? I can’t travel without my rainbow wig, a symbol of me being different. I sweat glitter, too! I started wearing it […]

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