Every year, The Advocate ranks the cities in the US for queer friendliness based on a number of criteria. This year, the criteria includes lesbian bars, trans events, gay rugby teams, theaters screening “Moonlight”, Misterb&b hosts, LGBT centers, and more. Here’s today’s pick:
It wouldn’t be a big surprise if college town Columbus scored well on HRC’s municipal equality index, but for Kentucky-bordering Cincinnati to nab a 100 is kind of a shock. Well, it wouldn’t be such a surprise if you were on one of the city’s gay bowling teams, checked out the Lavender Scare-themed performance at the Cincinnati Opera, or simply was protected by the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance. Ohio might have been Trump country this year, but Hamilton County was not. More on Cincinnati here.