Gay french dating
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.
The introduction of same-sex marriage in May 2013 was, without a doubt, the most important LGBTQ rights victory in France since 1982, when the age of consent was equalized for heterosexual and homosexual relations.* In the year the law was adopted, beginning with the first ceremony at the Hôtel de Ville in the Mediterranean city of Montpellier on May 29, 7,367 same-sex marriages were registered in France.
(That same year, an additional 6,000 gay couples entered into a , or PACS, a contractual form of civil partnership that has been available to couples, regardless of gender, since 1999.) In 2014, 10,000 new marriages were registered, giving new life to an institution that has been in decline over the last decade.
Add in some time to do the dirty if you happened to be twerking it real hard and you've got a 5am bed time, only to wake up at 1pm the next day.
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.
All the anglos reading know the struggle is real, especially since you're basically cutting your available options to less than half.
Let's be honest here fellas, sometimes you don't really need to talk to someone to get them down to go down on you.
But compared to Toronto Pride, well, Montreal's doesn't quite stack up.