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Pride Centers, Switchboards & Helplines @ Taichung (臺中市) Gay Guide for gays, lesbians and friends

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 Pride Centers, Switchboards & Helplines none Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixed Trannies are most welcomeGDi-LGBT Resource Center 台中基地-同志中心
North Kam New Street, 8th Floor, Nr. 28
北區錦新街28號8樓
Taiwan  TaichungPride Centers, Switchboards & Helplines





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