Month: August 2017
Living the LGBT Life in Connecticut
Thinking about moving to the northeast? Connecticut is one of the most beautiful states in New England, and it’s also one of the friendliest towards the LGBT community. The state was the second in the country to legalize same-sex marriage, so that should tell you right off that you’ll be quite welcome there. There are also hate crime laws that protect people on the basis of sexual and gender identity, employment protection laws, and more. Same-sex partners can enjoy full […]
Where to Live in New Mexico
New Mexico: the Land of Enchantment. The American Southwest is a gorgeous setting, and it’s a great place for you to start your new life. Moving to New Mexico for work, school, retirement, or simply for a change of scenery can be a big change. If you’re moving for work or school, you may not have an option as to where you live. But if you get to decide where you’re moving and are a member of the LGBT community, […]
Should You Look Outside the Gayborhood?
If you’re considering moving to a city that has a gayborhood, should you only consider living in that area? There are some LGBT people who love having neighbors who are a part of the community, while there are others who don’t really care one way or another. While living in a neighborhood that is predominantly home to LGBT individuals and families does have its advantages, there are also reasons why you shouldn’t immediately discount the rest of the city. Here […]
Does South Carolina Have Any Welcoming LGBT Neighborhoods?
Some in the LGBT community may think twice before moving to South Carolina, but while it’s true the state does have a well-deserved reputation for being fairly conservative, it’s also true that there are places with thriving LGBT communities, too. There are actually some great cities that welcome LGBT families and individuals with open arms. If you’re headed to this state, here are some of the places you should consider making your home in. Charleston One place to start your […]