The Best Cities for Gay Retirees

MarkLet’s face it, when we try to figure out the best place for our retirement, we usually want to find people of like minds. If you are a liberal Democrat who has frequently donated to the ACLU, you probably aren’t going to want to retire in Reagan Country. Or, if you have a Fox News coffee mug on your desk, you probably won’t want to retire in Berkeley, California. Whoever we are, we want to live in a place where we can connect with our neighbors.

Today we’re taking a look at gay-friendly retirement locations. It turns out that it’s a myth that most gay people live in a handful of well-known urban neighborhoods like the Castro in San Francisco or Chelsea in New York City. You can go back to the 2000 Census and learn that same-sex couples live in 99 percent of U.S. counties.

The 2012 Census numbers turn up some surprising towns, from large cities, to medium-sized, to some really surprising small cities that have a significant percentage of same-sex households.

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Authored By Moira McGarvey – See the Full Story at SDGLN

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