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Thu May 24, 2012, 12:27 AM May 2012

LGBTers and Allies: How LGBT Friendly is your Community? [View all]

(I mean where you live, not DU.)

6 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Very supportive
2 (33%)
Fairly supportive
4 (67%)
Ok, but not great
0 (0%)
Pretty bad
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
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Where is the "BWAHAHAHA! Are you fucking kidding me?!" option? Behind the Aegis May 2012 #1
Duly noted as "pretty bad"/"awful" Fearless May 2012 #10
Somehow I forgot you moved from New Orleans...but NE OK?! Bluenorthwest May 2012 #15
My workplace is very LGBT friendly but... sagesnow May 2012 #2
I had to use the pass option William769 May 2012 #3
I would say I intended to mean the place you live in... Fearless May 2012 #4
Thanks! William769 May 2012 #5
San Diego (City) is very LGBT friendly FreeState May 2012 #6
+1 Fearless May 2012 #7
I live in rural Arizona. Zorra May 2012 #8
Nice to hear that! closeupready May 2012 #21
I said Ok, but not great. SoutherDem May 2012 #9
Current state is very friendly and my long-term employer in TX became LGBT friendly in 1974. freshwest May 2012 #11
Awful, sorta. More like in the belly of the beast. Jamastiene May 2012 #12
Hey, Jas!! It depends on which "rural NC" you live in HillWilliam May 2012 #16
The county Racaulk and I are from, Jamastiene May 2012 #32
That's what happened in Caswell, too, I'm sad to report HillWilliam May 2012 #35
Every word of this is the truth. racaulk May 2012 #18
To tell the truth HillWilliam May 2012 #24
I actually used to live in Asheville! racaulk May 2012 #25
My folks are originally from Asheville and Black Mountain HillWilliam May 2012 #30
Thank you, Racaulk. Jamastiene May 2012 #33
It still sucks if you ask me. Smarmie Doofus May 2012 #13
Was this 44th on the east side? closeupready May 2012 #23
No. W44th between B'way and 8th. Ave. Smarmie Doofus May 2012 #27
oh, that IS remarkable. closeupready May 2012 #29
Backatcha, Closeup. I've always preferred non-ghetto, mixed... Smarmie Doofus May 2012 #39
I voted fairly supportive, but was somewhere between that and very tjwmason May 2012 #14
I marked "Ok, but not great." That's if you keep your mouth shut. I would RKP5637 May 2012 #17
New York generally is more accepting than most anywhere else. closeupready May 2012 #19
Very supportive racaulk May 2012 #20
A college town, suburb of Philadelphia BillStein May 2012 #22
Whittier, California. Iggo May 2012 #26
Seems very friendly to LGBT in NYC stevenleser May 2012 #28
I live in one of the most LGBT-friendly areas in the whole state RZM May 2012 #31
Cathedral City, CA is fairly supportive mitchtv May 2012 #34
Very supportive, save for a few 'outliers'. pinto May 2012 #36
Its pretty damn awful Broken_Hero May 2012 #37
Aww! Still have all of us though! Fearless May 2012 #38
Hey! Call Me Wesley May 2012 #43
Very hard question-overall rural Mississippi is awful-in our case-not so much..... Rowdyboy May 2012 #40
San Francisco East Bay. Prism May 2012 #41
Very supportive. They don't care. Call Me Wesley May 2012 #42
columbus ohio here. irisblue May 2012 #44
I'd consider it fairly supportive TheCruces May 2012 #45
Very Supportive here. Amimnoch May 2012 #46
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