Well, anyone with one iota of “gaydar” could have figured that out on their own. Just look around Hartsfield Airport if you are passing through.
According to The Advocate magazine, Atlanta rates as the nation’s gayest city, followed by Burlington, Vt., Iowa City, Bloomington and Madison, Wis. Don’t bother looking for San Francisco, New York or Los Angeles — those supposed gay meccas don’t even place in the rankings compiled by the nation’s oldest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender publication.
Though their research was admittedly unscientific, it’s not without merit. Correspondent Mike Albo awarded points based on same-sex households per capita, statewide marriage equality, gay elected officials, gay dating and “hookup” profiles per single male population, gay bars per capita, cruising spots per capita, and gay films in Netflix favorites.
Atlanta: Gay, gay, gay, gay, gay. Great food, too! But Charlotte is still a better place to live! 🙂
Oh and by the way — there are a LOT of cities in RED STATES on the list. Including the #1 city being in one of the most Republican states in the USA.