Halloween in the gay village
Every year on Halloween in Toronto’s gay village Church Street is closed for pedestrians who roam around in their extravagant costumes. It’s always fun for a non-participant like me (I’m usually pub hopping and drinking my face off), because it’s heartening to see how much effort such creative and extroverted people are willing to display for the sake of Halloween. At first I thought the rain would wash out the activities, but bad weather can never keep the gays away. Oh no, the street was full of people and the beer was copious. The way it should always be. I didn’t get many stellar photos, but here you go anyway.