barry954 saidAdam4Adam is a pretty good indicator. Right now, the number of people online from Boston and Ft. Lauderdale are roughly equal - 1077 and 1044 respectively.
LOL, true that. Adam4adam is almost like a starting point to get a rough idea of how a city will be. It determines the race, age, and amount of gay people in any given area. So even if you don't choose to use it, it still helps to glance at it for time to time. It's sad that such a site defines so much of us...but it's about all we have.
Actually, an even better indicator is the m4m section of craigslist.
True. I actually really want to visit SLC, because I hear it's a beautiful city, but gay-friendliness is not one of the factors driving me there.
Salt Lake City? Puuuuuuuuuulease!
I've been to Salt Lake City several times last year. It's a majority White, outdoor-cultured town that is known for 2 things: skiing and Mormonism. I enjoy it for what it is, but to say it's the 1. gayest city is a joke. It has a very small gay population and there's only a handful of gay bars.
See...this is why I want to start traveling BEYOND the lower 48. You think SLC is the shit? What about Paris, Ibiza, Amsterdam? For fuck's sake I doubt you have to be in the closest and define your gay life by how many people go to a bar on Saturday night.
You can't even hold hands with a guy of a different race without someone mumbling under their breath or batting an eye.