Me and my beautiful mother heading to the Montreal Pride Parade :’) <3
Luckiest gay son on earth!
So much pride :’) #montrealpride (Taken with Instagram at Celebrations de la Fierté Montreal)
RAINBOWS AND GAYS!!! #pride (Taken with Instagram at Apollon boîte de nuit)
FUCKING PRIDE!!! #montreal (Taken with Instagram)
Hotel Realness. #TorontoPride (Taken with Instagram)
So me and some friends are heading to Toronto Pride this weekend! We’re leaving real early in the morning (of course my dumb ass is still up tumbling like a mofo) but I don’t care I’m super excited :D
I haven’t been to Toronto since I was child. Well more like a teen, but my dick wasn’t as big as it is now, so I consider that as more like my child-like self was in Toronto then. Now I’m at the ripe old age of 23! Horny like the gay boy slut that I am ;) I’m looking forward to discovering this city with new eyes and an open hole. Let’s see what these T-dot boys have to offer!!!
Sadly, I hear it ain’t much though.. PROVE ME WRONG TORONTO!
I’ll post some pics when I get back if anything exciting happens while I’m away ;]
So me and some friends are going to Toronto Pride this weekend. It’s so funny cuz this year the parade takes place on Canada Day XD so Toronto is probably gonna be jam packed with people! I haven’t been there since I was a little teen. I of course have some negative stereotypes of Toronto since I’m from Montreal, but I’ve decided to go in there this weekend with an open mind ;P
I’m looking forward to see what the gay city life in Toronto is like!!
If anybody from toronto has any suggests about where I should go let me know! Or if anyone sees me at Pride come say hi!! A nice tumblr boy came to say hi to me while I was in Washington (DC) and it was probably one of my highlights of my trip!! :D
I’m SO excited for this weekend!!!
BI PRIDE CAKE!! (Taken with Instagram)
Above the pink anal beads :) #theVillage (Taken with Instagram at ºMemorama)
pretty much concerts, festivals, and parties all summer long ;D
It’s sad how old this picture is, and yet, we still have to do this.
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I simply cannot express how wonderful this is.
mrgolightly: A punk stops during a gay pride parade to allow a mesmerized child to touch his jacket spikes.