Month: January 2016
Is Chicago’s Boystown In Your Future?
Boystown is one of the most famous gay neighborhoods of Chicago, but it’s more than that—it’s actually the first recognized gay neighborhood in the country. Many LGBT people flocked to Boystown, which quickly became one of the biggest gay and lesbian cultural centers. Over the years, gay neighborhoods have come and gone, but Boystown is still going strong. In fact, in 2014, it was named the World’s Most Incomparable Gay Neighborhood by Out Traveler magazine. The award was voted on […]
The Effects of Early LGBT Rights in Wyoming’s Current Society
If asked about moving to Wyoming, many people might respond with “Why? What’s in Wyoming?” Oddly enough, early LGBT rights! While the state may not have been at the forefront of news regarding same-sex marriage, it’s the only state in the country that never published any type of sodomy cases and, by 1977, had removed consensual sodomy from its list of crimes. Of course, Wyoming isn’t perfect, and gay and lesbian real estate officials can tell you how the state […]
Why You Should Avoid Living in California
Oh, sure, many people say you should move to California. The idea of living in this welcoming state may be appealing, but did you know there are some reasons why you really don’t want to move there? Don’t listen to that gay or lesbian real estate agent—California is certainly no place to live, and the coast should be right out! Here are a few reasons why. The Beaches Really, who wants to visit the beach every day? The golden sand, […]