Queenstown Lakes District Council spokeswoman Meaghan Miller said Queenstown was promoted as a meeting place for gays and the policy was supported by the council, which helped to facilitate gay ski week. These usually take place on the larger cruise ships, with lots of pools, bars and different entertainment like DJs or drag performers.
Posted May 1, That wasn't my intention. Adventure Bears organises an exclusive cruise for bears and those who love them to the Mexican Riviera. A gay Queenstown man said the internet had changed the way gays met in the past 15 years and he saw no reason they would still want to meet in public toilets when they could "pick up" online.
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