Best gay cities to live in

The Advocate publishes a list periodically of the gayest cities in America that include cities such as Minneapolis , Albuquerque , San Diego , Austin , and several others based on facts such as their same sex marriage laws, number of same sex couples, and other qualifiers. Points are added to countries for anti-discrimination legislation, equal marriage, partnership and adoption laws, and LGBT marketing. In , the top 5 regions were from the Northeast, whereas the top 10 also includes California, Illinois, and Oregon. Businesses[ edit ] Many businesses now identify as gay-friendly, allowing for a more diversified employee and customer base. The Human Rights Campaign works to achieve equality for gays, lesbians, and other marginalized minorities, and publishes a list of companies in relation to issues concerning LGBT people. Companies that are noted for gay-friendly work environments include Dell Inc.

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But gay travelers no longer have to escape to island paradises to have a gay old time. Cities are now the favorite places to go, with so many of them having predominantly gay neighborhoods offering urban pleasures, gay hotels and nightlife, all profiting from "pink money. It's the home of Stonewall which led to all of the gay pride events around the world, and most of Manhattan and now even parts of Brooklyn is one giant gayborhood. From Greenwich Village to Chelsea, with their Christopher Street and 8th Avenue having gays heading down to the multitude of gay bars, clubs, and shops at any time of the day. See the New York City Guide San Francisco The world's most gay-friendly city became even more friendly when California allowed same-sex marriage before the rest of the country did. It's the world's original gay Mecca, and although New York may have surpassed it in diversity, it's in San Francisco's Castro District that you still feel like you're at the center of the gay world.

The Most Gay-Friendly Cities in America

Simultaneously dead center on the map of America and the battle for transgender rights Population: , Bona fides: Strong city anti-discrimination laws and a wealth of resources for transgender people. In , fourth-grader Avery Jackson became t he first openly transgender subject to grace the cover of National Geographic , sparking national conversation. And locally, with resources like TransasCity.
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