Rehoboth ranked fourth among cities with populations under 100,000 with 106.87 couples per capita, according to a report published by the Williams Institute, a national sexual orientation law and public policy think tank based at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“Particularly among smaller cities, the data reflects that the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender) community has dispersed beyond traditional enclaves. As social stigma eases, couples are more comfortable coming out, and a generation of aging and out same-sex couples begin to retire,” Gary Gates, a Williams Institute demographer, said in a written statement.
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