Gay dating for toronto
When you're gay and single, it can be tough out there.Sure the bar scene can be fun for a good time, but what if you want to meet other gay singles for a relationship?
Church street in Toronto is quite literally a perma-party, and To be fair, this might be a struggle everyone in Montreal goes through, but since gays go the hardest, it's a bit more of a struggle for us.Really, this isn't that much of a struggle, but it is if you have a regular person job and you need to wake up at 7am on Monday.At least in TO bars/clubs close at 2am, giving you a bit more sleep.Maybe I'm just going to the wrong events or places, who knows, but from what I've seen, Montreal is pretty whitewashed when it comes to going out gay.Toronto tends to be more culturally diverse in general, and that definitely extends to the queer community.Not that it matters much, you're not there to talk to each other.
Okay, so this based off of personal experience, and I can't really say much as a white dude, but for real, the gay scene in Montreal definitely lacks some cultural diversity.
Toronto's Grindr scene has hotties, but not to the same level, which is why I'm fairly convinced the entire population of Montreal (queer and hetero) is just on a diet of cigarettes and attitude.
You say "hi" and they respond "salut." The conversation pretty much ends there.
When it's negative 30 outside, you literally don't want to (nor physically can) walk anywhere.
Plus all you really just want to eat comforting high-cal, and cheap foods like poutine (a year-long struggle in itself) and you have a winter where those abs you've been working on turn to mush.
Don't get me wrong, Fierté Montréal/Pride is a lot of fun.