Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Advocate's Gayest Cities in America, 2013


First off, congratulations to the Advocate, which will return to newsstands after a two-year absence! Editor in chief Matthew Breen said the decision was reached "due to both reader and advertiser demand." Nice to hear of a print publication going in this direction for a change, so I am happy for once to admit I was WRONG. (But just this once!)


Now to the venerable gay mag's latest story, their list of the GAYEST CITIES IN AMERICA, 2013. I kind of roll my eyes when these roundups don't include New York or Los Angeles/WeHo, but it is fun to hear of new places that are inviting to LGBT people. (Salem? Salt Lake City???) Read HERE.

3 comments:

David said...

Wait... West Hollywood isn't on the list?

Norm! said...

It's great to highlight smaller cities, but this list is a stretch. I've never heard LGBT Portlanders talk about how gay-friendly Salem, Tacoma, or Spokane are. Although Spokane did precede Portland in the gay-mayor-intern-affair category, but...

Jeremy said...

Seriously, 75% of this list is a bunch of crap. Hell, even the honorable mentions are useless. Cincinnati as a "gay city"? Sure, if the gays like to be repressed and ignored. Let's be real, shall we?

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