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In my experience, Toronto has the distinct ability to bend and flex to be everyone’s home.
It still makes me cheesy-grin that I can call it mine.
Put in the effort, put yourself out there and you will be rewarded with a really, really good time.
It’s telling that the first time any of us had been to the Gaybourhood in the past six months was to write this guide. In years past, Church was pretty much all there was – gay clubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and shops dominated primarily by gay men (but with a lesbian and trans* presence).
Melisa I’m a Torontonian by birth, but grew up in and still live in the suburbs.
As a kid I spent many Saturday mornings in Parkdale gallivanting with my family at Bi Way to buy Rockets and Cherry Blasters, go to fabric stores on Queen Street and thrift shop nearby (I’m still just as short, buy Rockets and Cherry Blasters and thrift shop, so not much has changed there).
In summer, walk a little east on Queen, stopping first on Ossington St.
I didn’t truly appreciate Toronto’s general quirks and its not-so-subtle queerness until I went to school and began working downtown and even just talking about the city with Camilla and Mere for this guide.