Paris Las Vegas is now openly and actively marketing to the GLBT community.
Please notice that they As of this writing, the general consensus is that the Great Disneyland Experiment of the 1990's is over, and that the pendulum of Las Vegas is swinging toward grown-up orientation again.
It is not a guarantee of attitude, quality, or service. Although Las Vegas is considered by many to be safe for those who are transgender, there are no guarantees.
If you're just Where to go and what to do: Where to stay and play: Most of the larger Strip and downtown casinos are safe.
With rare exception, you are a valued customer of these places, just like anybody else.
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.
Our people have stayed and played at the following with no reported difficulty at many places on the Strip, downtown, and in the outlying areas.
Las Vegas, like any major urban area, has its good areas, its bad areas, its affluent areas, its poor areas, its safe areas, and its high-crime areas.
Las Vegas has people from all walks of life, all lifestyles, and all attitudes.
All three are known to be hangouts for teenagers in the afternoons and evenings, although all three are well patroled and I'm unaware of any incidents.
Do not take photographs in the Meadows Mall or Boulevard Mall or on their property.
There are several clubs and bars which welcome transgender individuals. During the daytime, if you're not comfortable doing the casual-femme thing, consider boymode.
Anybody overdressed during the day will attract attention.
See the big list (link at the bottom) for places to stay and play.