You say "hi" and they respond "salut. Let's just get this out of the way first: Montreal has a better gay scene at least for dudes than Toronto. Not that it matters much, you're not there to talk to each other. If you want to know about any of the many queer parties outside of The Village, you pretty much need to be a card-carrying hipster, or be very ingrained into the queer scene. Essentially, a "McGangBang" is a term reserved for the magical mayhem experienced by any gay who goes to the McDonald's in The Village after last call.
Iliana. Age: 28.
Maybe I'm just going to the wrong events or places, who knows, but from what I've seen, Montreal is pretty whitewashed when it comes to going out gay.
Kiera. Age: 27.
12 Real Struggles Of Being A Gay Dude In Montreal Vs. Toronto
Essentially, a "McGangBang" is a term reserved for the magical mayhem experienced by any gay who goes to the McDonald's in The Village after last call. Or you won't know what I'm getting at all, call me a hater, and leave some douchey comment that I'll never read. Everyone is wasted, it's crazy loud, and all anyone wants is a big ol' McD in their mouth, so McGangBang is a pretty accurate term to use. But compared to Toronto Pride, well, Montreal's doesn't quite stack up. The same thing happens in Toronto, to be fair, so this is much more a struggle both cities share. 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. Hell, even Francophones who have never even been to Toronto will know where I'm coming from.