Based off marriage equality, adoption codes, nondiscrimination laws, RFRAs, and public opinion, msnbc ranked the best and worst states for LGBT equality.
Which got us thinking, if the gayest city in the country has a gay population that small, how small must the gay population be across America? Turns out, pretty small according to the census — only about 0.5% of households are male-male or female-female. But what states lead the pack when it comes to the gay population? Some parts of the country are more gay than others. States that are more.
Between big cities, laid-back beach towns, exotic island getaways, and countries and states tiptoeing slowly but surely toward gay inclusiveness, here are 10 places we think you should visit in 2019. RELATED: 10 hottest gay destinations for 2018. New York City. Singling out NYC as a hot gay destination is a no brainer. The city is gayer than a drag queen riding atop a rainbow-colored unicorn.
The 3 Countries with the Biggest Gay Population in the World are (in order) China, the Netherlands, and Italy; the USA comes in sixth, right behind Canada and France, so if you’re looking for.
Paul also is full of Moonlight-showing theaters, and has a beloved gay piano bar in Camp Bar Twin Cities. For devout queers, St. Paul also has nearly two dozen LGBT-friendly churches. More on St.
This week, Logo released its second annual list of the top 25 companies that have demonstrated true commitment, based on inclusive advertising, policy support, representation in spokespeople and.
The gay-friendly city of Pittsburgh is chock full of culture, museums, attractions, award-winning restaurants, friendly people, affordability and walkability. The weather may not be world-class but the healthcare is. There are several top-notch hospitals in Pittsburgh, including the innovative University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Considered the third most gay-friendly nation in the world, behind Spain and Germany, it’s not surprising that Canada is home to some of the best and brightest LGBT neighborhoods.From well-established locales that have helped shape LGBT movements, to up-and-coming hot spots, these villages represent the inclusivity and diversity that Canada’s known for.