Dating groups in las vegas

See the big list (link at the bottom) for places to stay and play.

Within the community, the Mandalay (Circus) properties, particularly the Circus-Circus casino, have a reputation of being not totally TG-friendly.

Some of the emphasis is toward people who are new to public exposure in general, and those who are new to going out in Las Vegas.

The topic of where to go to meet potential partners, casual, long-term, or professional, of any gender or any persuasion, is not covered. While the areas frequented by visitors and tourists are very open and accepting, many of the outlying areas are very conservative, with heavy Mormon influence.

The two major gaming areas, those being the main part of the Las Vegas Strip, and the downtown Fremont Street areas, are for the most part safe for those who are transgender, day or night. Casual is the norm for Las Vegas dress in the daytime.

The major shopping areas on or near the Strip are, for the most part, safe as well. These are generally considered safe, again, day or night. Casual to dressy is seen in the evenings, but casual still seems to predominate.

It contains pointers to places people have been, things people have done, and shops people have used and reported good things.These include Circus-Circus, Monte Carlo (joint management), Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, and a few other smaller places.I have yet to hear first hand from anybody who was asked to leave any of these places, or even anybody who got bad service or even a dirty look.Where to eat: Most every buffet/coffee shop/restaurant in the major Strip and downtown hotels will welcome your business.Our people have dined at many places both in the big casino/hotels and away from them.

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