The Gay village is an urban geographic location where a large number of lesbian, gay, transgender, and bisexual people live. It runs along Church Street south of Bloor St. and is a well-known centre of gay and lesbian life and culture. This gay and lesbian community is also home to the second largest Gay Pride Parade in the world which takes place every July. One may find there a plenty of amazing clubs, shops and things to see here. Such areas may represent a gay-friendly oasis in a hostile city, or may simply have a high concentration of gay residents or businesses. Some gay men and women have managed to utilize their spaces as a way to reflect gay cultural value and serve the special needs of individuals in relation to society at large.
If you want to find something new in club life then visit Toronto's alternative queer village located in the west end of the city where there are 44 queer geared nights in more than 60 venues, none with a gay bar label. It is located from Roncesvalles to Spadina, Bloor St W to King Street.
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