Cities With Highest Rate of Gay Households, Ryan Field Books

Cities With Highest Rate of Gay Households

I try to always keep posts upbeat and positive, and I think this is encouraging. In the past, there were so many closeted gay couples living everywhere, so quietly and discreetly, we didn’t even have a way of gathering valid information like this. But times have clearly changed. 

This is really interesting to me because Tony and I know so many gay couples who’ve moved to Florida from places like New Hope. Basically, New Hope is so gentrified now there aren’t that many of us left. At one time, New Hope had four gay bars and now we’re down to nothing. The most recent gay bar that closed…The Raven…is now a parking lot for a totally mainstream upscale straight venue called the River House. It’s all very nice, but it still gentrification. So we move away to other places. 

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Once known for singer Anita Bryant’s anti-gay rights campaign and a ban on gay and lesbian adoptions, Florida is now home to two metro areas with among the highest concentrations of gay and lesbian coupled households in the U.S., according to a new report released by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Here’s more. They even mention Baltimore. 

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