No one used to raise a hand, said Elkins, founder of a nonprofit gay and lesbian community organization. But last year, when he asked the question, someone called out: “I’m gay.”
Then, Elkins said, someone else said: “I’m not, but I’ve got two mothers.” Rehoboth, already recognized as a gay-friendly travel destination, is also increasingly becoming a place where same-sex couples make their homes.
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