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Montreal has a somewhat unjustied reputation for decadence among gays in northeastern US states, but this isn't a hedonistic capital like Rio or New Orleans. Rather, gay social life here is very urban, in a pre-gentrified way. Montreal is what New York might have become if that city had found a way to lower crime without pricing the Village People out -- that is, if the Village People had all got iPhones and developed a fondness for hockey and karaoke. The largest city in Quebec still has a large "gay ghetto," full of specialized bars in and around Le Village that continue to stay in business even without overflow crowds and over-expensive drinks.
Eight bathhouses across the city offer various theme nights for diverse clienteles, and each of the four male strip clubs has its own distinct ambience. During summer months 14 car-free blocks of Ste-Catherine East St-Hubert to Papineau in the gay village fill with cafe tables and strollers, with public art events such as the May to September Aires Libres.
Montreal now has seasonal, temporary, and permanent pedestrian streets - see a map of the main ones, and new ones for summer Downtown, there are grand department stores and plenty of bookstores, both things that are disappearing from many US cities. Many theaters are clustered in the Quartier des Spectacles district around Place des Arts just south of the gay village. Also, although everyone seems connected to the web here, the gay scene is not yet dominated by phone apps: Enjoy that while it lasts!
Getting here Montreal-Trudeau Airport , about 20 km or 12 miles southwest of the city, is serviced by a free shuttle bus between the airport and the VIA Dorval train station. Buy tickets with cash or cards from machines at Arrivals or the Metro station, or with exact change in coins on the bus. Above prices as of February See the Amtrak website for schedules and rates.
From Toronto there are six daily trains, downtown to downtown, taking hours, and four trains daily on the 2 hour run between Montreal and Ottawa. From Quebec City, a 3-hour trip, there are three daily options - also one train most days from the Atlantic provinces.
See Via Rail for info on these and other routes throughout Canada. Getting around Central Montreal is quite walkable; a stroll from Campus in Le Village to La Baie department store downtown takes about 20 minutes.
For addresses, remember to distinguish between "Est" east of boulevard Saint-Laurent and "Ouest" west on major thoroughfares. STM is the city's public transportation system of bus and metro routes. After that use a taxi or one of 23 routes of night buses.
Of interest to those in Le Village, the number runs every 30 minutes east and west along Ste-Catherine, from 1am to 5am between Frontenac and Atwater metro stations. See more routes and schedules at their website. Validated fare cards are good for minutes and transfers between metro and bus lines can be made at no additional cost.
Buy tickets and cards at fare vending machines or a ticket booth. One of the best ways to see montreal is by bike. Montreal has many bike paths throughout the city and along the river and canals.
The BIXI , Montreal's public bike-sharing system, has over stations 22 around the Gay Village open from April through November with hour access to thousands of bikes. A membership payment allows for quick and easy hour access to the system, charged to your credit card. The first 30 minutes of each trip is without charge, but additional fees accrue for longer trips. Neighborhoods The Gay Village, or simply Le Village, is the obvious destination for gay travelers, but if in Montreal for more than a day, you should take advantage of the citywide gay-friendliness.
The riverfront district is undeniably touristy; still, it's a must-see for art gallery and architecture fans. There aren't so many specifically gay places, but there's plenty of eye candy on the streets.
Mile End is the adjacent neighborhood, known for artists and band s -- touted of late as a hotbed of creativity, but still retaining a refreshingly off-the-beaten-track feel.
Tremblant is a ski resort in a park, 90 minutes north of the city. In the summertime the great expanses of waterways here are great for an odyssey in one of the canoes that can be rented here. Biodome de Montreal Pierre-de- Coubertin illustrates the continent's four ecosystems beneath the dome. The print edition, distributed at local businesses, almost entirely in French, but with parts in English, including bar listings, and an online edition in both languages.
The city's best listings of events can be found here, and each May their Rainbow Guide Guide Arc en Ciel gay-interest bilingual tour guide for Montreal and beyond is published - in print and online.
The Hour , a free weekly in English, has general arts info as well as alternative-press news. Maisonneuve Magazine publishes eclectic stories of national and international scope on the arts, culture and politics, including occasional articles about the local gay scene. Never Apart Magazine "seeks to educate on equality, the environment and conscious living, while celebrating both established and emerging artists. The Montreal Gazette is the mainstream daily newspaper, with online news, reviews, the arts, sports, events listings and more - in English.
See some of his work at the Fa2n website gallery. Sign up for the male stripper show videos from Stock Bar , with live shows 8: Abri du Voyageur Hotel 9 Ste-Catherine; appeals to the budget-conscious traveler, also has efficiency suites. Hotel Dorion Dorion; , convenient to Bar Taboo with overnight or short-term rooms, each with private bath, some with Jacuzzis and fridge. Hotel Gouverneur St-Hubert; , large high-rise chain hotel with indoor pool, above the Place Dupuis shopping arcade.
Hotel St- Andre St-Andre; , hotel with modern decor, moderate prices, in-room continental breakfast, free parking. Hotel Ste-Catherine Ste-Catherine; , spacious and inexpensive basic rooms by the hour or the day at the heart of the Gay Village. Full breakfast is the norm.
Le Chasseur St-Andre, , relaxed and very affordable, shared or private bath by Beaudry Metro station in Gay Village, also with private apartment. La Conciergerie St-Hubert; , indoor whirlpool, roof deck, gym, glass-enclosed breakfast nook overlooks garden, free Wi-Fi. Generous breakfast, year-round outdoor spa and massage. Strippers Quebec men are not shy about their bodies, and Montreal has a long tradition of handsome guys entertaining others by stripping down to skin.
The larger clubs feature between 15 to 40 dancers each night. Dancers begin sets slowly, casually dressed in street clothes, sometimes in fantasy costumes, to end up at finale, strutting aroused, in full priapic glory. Those who catch your fancy will provide private lap dances in secluded lounges, for a little extra cash.
Campus Ste-Catherine E , world-famous Montreal nightclub, muscle-buff guys strip down and show off for men every day 3pm-3am and Saturday and Sunday from 1pm, with a dimly lit VIP private section for one-to-one attention. On Sundays from 9pm they also welcome women. Stock Ste-Catherine E , nude male dancers of all kinds, shower shows, large VIP lounge, two backrooms, open seven nights.
Women are welcome on Wednesday nights. See the website for dancer photos and sign-up for live feed of stage performances and "getting personal" sessions, from 8pm local time. Taboo De Maisonneuve E , open nightly, nude male strippers. Fresh, slim and energetic, the dancers are a bit younger here, and private dances cost a little less than at the other clubs.
Ti-Guidou , the irrepressible MC of many years, presides. Le Lux Ste-Catherine E , nude male strippers for men, friendly, casual, erotic shows, porn stars. Formerly Adonis and JP's location. Stud , Ste-Catherine E , men-only bar favored by bears and leathermen but friendly to all guys. Dancing, wide music variety, theme nights, non-stop sex videos.
Cabaret Mado Ste-Catherine E , the campiest drag shows in Montreal, ever-changing shows, seven nights a week. Mado, a local legend, MCs her own show each Tuesday. Cocktail Ste-Catherine E , neighborhood gay lounge and karaoke bar, games, Wednesday through Sunday shows with amateurs to more seasoned performers, Friday Women's Happy Hours from 4pm.
Le Date Ste-Catherine E , popular piano and nightly karaoke bar with diverse and friendly crowd. Le Fitzroy av du Mont-Royal, Plateau , mixed sports bar, pool tables, games; hot dogs, tostadas, grilled cheese sandwiches. Le Normandie rue Amherst , longtime gay men's karaoke bar, large and popular summer terrace.
Circus , Ste-Catherine E , mixed plus after-hours dance club, world-famous DJs, three rooms of house-urban-techno-trance music til the sun comes up. Bad Boys Club Montreal , series of circuit parties have included: See the website for dates. For other parties and special events see our events listings page.
Sixty single or double rooms, deluxe suite, snack bar, internet, dry sauna, steam, whirlpool. Many of the following places are popular for dejuner breakfast , diner lunch and souper supper. In Montreal it is customary to provide separate bills for each person, but waiters will generally ask first.
Cafe Depot Ste-Catherine E central, late-night coffees, teas, chocolate, croissants, brownies, muffins, bagels and sandwiches; free WiFi. Cora Ste-Catherine E fabulous breakfast omelets, waffles, pancakes, fruit plates; lunch sandwiches and skillets, fruit juices coffees and smoothies. Greasy Spoon Av Laurier O , Le Plateau cozy winter dining, summer terrace, eclectic market menu, appetizers, plates and bowls, sandwiches, oysters; good wine selection. La Colombe Av Duluth E , old favorite, casual but fine dining, French menu, game meats, bring your own wine.
La Piazzetta Ste-Catherine E , pizza, pasta entrees, focassias, wine, and desserts at the heart of the Village. Le Milsa rue Crescent, Downtown , Brazilian-style Churrasco, charcoal-grilled meats, as much as you can eat, wine selection and bar. Le Saloon Ste-Catherine E , bistro at the heart of the village, summer sidewalk tables; tartares, fish, burgers, pizzas, salads and sandwiches, weekend brunch, midnight menu.
L'Escalier , Ste-Catherine E, upstairs , international vegetarian restaurant, bar, shows, eclectic variety of live music performances. Liquid Nutrition 69 Mont-Royal O , organic vegan soy-free smoothies, healthy snacks. Resto du Village Wolfe cozy hour gay restaurant, all-day breakfast, poutine, pudding Chomeur , big portions, reasonable prices. Soupe Soup rue St-Denis , soups, salads, sandwiches, deserts, coffees and beverages.
For more comprehensive city-wide listings see the Resto-Montreal website. At the old Strokegear address. Boutique Osez rue Wolfe , men's casual wear jeans, shorts, shirts, ts, jackets, swimwear, underwear, accessories. Dollarama Ste-Catherine E bargains on all kinds of little necessities, for just a buck or thereabouts./p>
How often does prenatal sex selection take place? The short answer is that sex selection in specific ethnic communities in Canada is surprisingly common and surprisingly effective. Researchers looked at more than 1. Of the total group, just over , were immigrant women from Asia. To tell this story, I have to throw out a lot of numbers, so bear with me. In the study, the researchers focused on a very specific group of women: When nothing is done to rig the game as it were , for every girls born, there are anywhere from to boys.
Among parents from China, the odds of having a boy were increased by one and a half times. How does this happen? To my knowledge, there's no readily available technology that increases the number of embryos or fetuses with XY chromosomes.
The only other obvious explanation is that the number of boys born is boosted by selectively aborting girl embryos or fetuses. Here are some more numbers. If an Indian-born mother with two daughters had an abortion before the third child was born, for every girls born, there were boys; boys if the mother had multiple abortions. This study comes about as close as you can possibly get to proving that more boys are being born because girls are being aborted. What are some of the reasons that couples might be doing this?
In some Asian countries, there is overt preference for sons. There may be religious or cultural reasons such as worship duties that fall upon men and the burden of dowry payments by the parents of females.
What can be done in this dialogue of the deaf between activists on both sides? We can find the areas where we agree. For one, we can all condemn abortion wholesale in certain instances, as in the case of sex-selection abortion. Next, we can recognize that abortion is not only a private decision, as we are so often told. It is also a public tragedy. Skewed sex ratios show this in clear relief.
Ten years ago I interviewed Heather Stilwell, a school trustee in Surrey, British Columbia, who had an interest in encouraging kindergartners to read. She found over time she didn't need to make as many book bags for little girls as little boys.
This picture of classrooms in Canada filled with boys is startling -- and public. As defenders of women's rights, we need to begin to recognize that equality for women has a ways to go precisely because we offer women abortion as an easy solution.
We love the idea of empowering women. Yet oddly we preach that young women cannot be fully fledged members of society if they don't function as men do, having sex but never getting or being pregnant. Finally, in examining and considering the crime against women of sex-selection abortion, we should recognize that our own western cultural blindness partners with India's cultural blindness.
Here, Canadian culture that supports abortion-on-demand partners with Indian culture that supports son preference to eliminate women. We cannot point fingers unless they are turned inward. In the middle of writing this piece, I got an urgent email.
A woman with an in-utero diagnosis of trisomy aborted her second trimester child. La Traite, where I ate with the beautiful Canadian Idol winner, Eva Avila, was an amazing First Nations inspired place, built to resemble an aboriginal smokehouse, where elk carpaccio was followed by seal meat served very rare, yet paradoxically black all the way through.
It was like you imagine the meat of a bat would be, or of the Devil himself. It had an offalish, peaty flavour and was not fishy at all, which surprised me. It was most of all like the half-rotten liver of a long dead beaver, dug up out of its grave, warmed and rolled onto the plate.
But ever so nicely presented. And then there was l'Affaire est Ketchup, a hipster joint recently raved up by the New York Times where some fun guys were full of great intentions but nobody was sober enough to cook. Or give the place even a rudimentary clean.
But the jewel in a mixed crown was Soupe et Cie, where a gushing grande dame "d'une certaine age" held giggling court over two rooms around an open kitchen on a cool foodie street reminiscent of the hipper parts of San Francisco, and as excited by her beautiful staff as she is about her energetic and original menu.
And, golly, her girls are beautiful, which is half the battle with hospitality: It is modern and cool, with its exposed brick and natural light, but then with over-the-top chandeliers that tell you this is a place for fun times, and nod to a fin-de-siecle European style decadence I'm trying not to say "brothel" here. The menu is perfect. To do one thing with great confidence is another key to great catering.
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