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The most LGBTQ-friendly cities

Started by LoriDee, June 20, 2024, 11:04:29 PM

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The most LGBTQ-friendly cities
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Consumer Affairs - Sam Huisache, Edited by: Christopher Maynard
Updated 14 June 2024

According to the American Civil Liberties Union, over 500 anti-LGBTQ+ bills are active across the U.S. This legislation can make it difficult for members of the LGBTQ+ community to live comfortably in many places across the country — and may even force some people to look for new areas to settle down in. However, choosing a new place to live involves many factors beyond picking a home and finding the best moving company to get you there.

ConsumerAffairs has analyzed various metrics from cities across the U.S. and grouped them into five categories — representation, equality, health, safety and affordability — to identify the most LGBTQ-friendly cities in the U.S.

Minneapolis ranks as the most LGBTQ-friendly city in the nation, followed by Providence, Rhode Island, and Portland, Oregon.

The least LGBTQ-friendly city is Knoxville, Tennessee, followed by Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Boise, Idaho.

The West is considered the most LGBTQ-friendly region in the U.S., with 14 cities in the region ranking in the top 20.

Nevada and Washington each have three cities ranked in our top 10.


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