Skip to comments.America's Gayest Neighborhoods
Posted on 07/08/2012 10:00:47 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
This month cities all across the world are partaking in Gay Pride celebrations. Jed Kolko, the chief economist at Trulia, takes a look at the neighborhoods in the U.S. with the largest gay communities ("gayborhoods").
Using 2010 U.S. Census data, which lists 646,000 same-sex households, he calculated the neighborhoods with the largest percentage of same-sex male couples:
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Most homosexual (female) city in America: Provincetown (Cape Cod) Massachusetts: 5.1% of households.
And yet the militants in the homosexual community will have us believe 10% of our entire nation is homosexual.
Instead of hatred, I suggest we look at this list of cities and pray for their repentance and for God to change their hearts to turn to Him. He *can* save their souls.
Just 0.3 percent of households nationwide are “gay” — that’s a statistic that needs to be widely publicized.
No matter what the left would like for us to feeeeeeeel, they are an aberration, not the norm.
I’ll bet those “neighborhoods” are also the AIDSest “neighborhoods” in America too.
And that is probably too high. I bet they listed my roommate and I as "same sex couples".
We're both straight.
Shared housing is simply cheaper.
But I bet the decor in the houses is “fabulous.”
balanced rooms are sooo fag sway.
So, why would a heterosexual man get married?
Leaving that aside, very few homosexual men get married - because it's hard for them to do so. Many choose not to have a 'steady' and move on from one relationship to another.
So, the numbers given are truly hard to calculate. I do not believe homosexuality is really much above 3-5%, and no where close to the percentage of homosexuality that rate that is promoted on TV. I find it interesting that the rate is in the 3-5% range, because that is the same range that birth defects are also found. I believe that homosexuality is a defect, physically, mentally, spiritually and morally.
Interesting - but I would think that people in your situation (same sex room-mate; cohabitating for financial reasons) would be a lot higher than 0.3%. I lived with room-mates for over a decade; and when I grew up, this was the norm for young adults between moving away from their parents until the room-mates got married.
Park Slope, NYC is very lesbian, and it’s a very nice place to live, too.
“Larry Brinkin, San Francisco gay rights icon, arrested on child porn charges: police Gay rights icon Larry Brinkin, 66, has been arrested on charges of child pornography, according to San Francisco police, for allegedly exchanging emails that contained images of children as young as a year old.”
BY RHEANA MURRAY / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
“PORTLAND, Ore. A man on parole for trying to infect children with HIV nearly 20 years ago pulled a boy into a Portland restaurant bathroom over the weekend, attempted to sexually assault him and then stabbed him several times, police said.”
(AP. July 3, 2012 )
from their web site
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When the Gay center of America only has 14 % gays in it, that shows just how few there really are. And how outsized is their influence.
But then math must be homophobic.
They’re not really looking at cities as a hole - just the zip codes.
Those are “committed couple” percentages.
Which explains why the West Village in New York City didn’t make the list.
My brother’s theory is red-brick. Whether that means gays are attracted to red brick or construct with it, he doesn’t say. Is Williamsburg on the list?
I'm guessing there's not a whole lot of tithing going on, either.
“Just 0.3 percent of households nationwide are gay thats a statistic that needs to be widely publicized.”
Yes, it does.
Oh no, I watch tv and movies, and I'd say 25-30% of the population is homosexual. Maybe more. (smirk)
“And lastly, a man need not get married to find a sex partner.”
How many married men feel cheated in that part of the marriage agreement?
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