jaxsurfer saidThis is a completely subjective article that looks and sounds like it was a high school or college homework assignment. Teachers are paid by online publishers to have their students write articles like this all the time. Houston and Dallas are awesome cities to live in if you are gay, I have many friends in both cities. This is borderlines on humor.
As someone who works in the advertising field in press and publicity, I suggest not taking much stock in this article.
LOL Are you kidding? Lol, read the article again.
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I personally haven't been to Texas, Houston or Dallas. But I read the news, gays in Texas are very oppressed. Hell, I know like 3 different white guys who moved to LA now, originally from Texas/Houston area. I have a feeling you're just saying this because you're mad that Texas is not on the list.
Even in Wikipedia, LA, SF, NYC, Seattle, Chicago consistently rank high with their percentage of Gay/LGBT people. This list/article only confirms that.