You read it right. From Montreal Jazz Festival, Montreal International Fireworks Festival, and Francofolie - this city is really one of its kind. In addition, they also have wide underground connections where subterranean structures and tunnels are located. It is a convenient choice especially during the winter months as well as providing shortcuts for citizens and visitors alike.
In a survey conducted in 2016, Canadian Trans Youth Health Survey found out that over 60 percent of participants said they had been sexually harassed. Teenage participants between 14 to 18 said that they were injured or threatened. The said survey had 923 participants from the 10 provinces of Canada.
In a life-changing event in 2017, Bill C-16 was passed in the Senate. Gender identity and gender expression were amended in the Canadian Human Rights Act. It also extended its protection against hate propaganda meant to go against transgender people and other gender identities. This was pushed through to ensure that inclusion and diversity will be embraced and that every Canadian will feel safe.
Did we forget to tell you that they have many places where you can take you transgender date? Dating in Montreal will be a breeze for they have a lot to offer, check out the places below prepared by My Transgender Cupid.
If you’re both keen on spending time but not at the expense of another one’s wallet, Cinko will give you a trendy themed restaurant. Meals are not expensive here. You should not miss their tomato salad with balsamic vinaigrette dressing! However, don’t expect that this venue will enable you to talk with each other. The place can have loud beats. The atmosphere has a fun, attractive and cool vibe. This will be a culinarygasmic experience for you and your transsexual partner.
Walking while just being amazed at the fantastic architectural landscape of Old Montreal can be pretty romantic. You can join tours with other people or just research on how you can show your transgender date the great architecture of the place. While exploring, you can also rest at cafés (http://www.theeverydayluxury.com/en/travel/coffee-shops-montreal-old-port/) available around the area.
There’s nothing like a picnic date to get to know each other better. If you want something more personal and someplace where the crowd is not an issue, this is a nice place to see a nature-friendly view. You can relax and not think about the time while you are with your transsexual date. You can even ask all the questions you’ve been dying to ask now that you are face to face communicating.
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