I've personally been to Circus-Circus and Luxor without any trouble at all, and we've had people stay at Circus-Circus, Excalibur, and Luxor with no trouble at all.This is the first time where a major Las Vegas Strip casino-hotel has actively pursued the GLBT market.If this is your first time, or if you don't think you pass well, stick to the places that cater to grownups, and avoid the family-oriented "theme" properties.
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.
One thing to keep in mind is that Las Vegas is a show town, and it's not at all unusual for men to be seen buying such things as lingerie, cosmetics, etc.
You will be nothing new to the staff of almost any shop in Las Vegas, either in girlmode, or shopping for stuff in boymode.
Later this year, the downtown-anchored Globe will open a second location, just outside of Summerlin.
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Downtown businesses that many said would never draw customers from the suburbs ended up drawing so many that it makes financial sense for their owners to open up shop closer to their neighborhoods.They’re attempting to export the big-city otherness to ... It contains pointers to places people have been, things people have done, and shops people have used and reported good things.Don't push things, remember, you're in Las Vegas to have a good time, not to change the world.The people for whom this guide is intended are either those who wish to blend well in mainstream venues, or those who wish to go to places that are known to be accepting of those who are transgender.There are three large mainline malls in the Las Vegas area, the Boulevard Mall, the Meadows Mall, and the Galleria Mall.In recent years, the Boulevard Mall has been declining in number of shops and in popularity.See the big list (link below) for suggestions on where to eat.Shopping: Although Las Vegas has two shops intended for the TG community (Glamour Boutique and Studio Lites, see list), 99.9% of the shops that cater to the general public will welcome your business.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.