For years, the Oak Lawn area has been known as The Gayborhood, an enclave not just where the LGBT community gathers to party, but also where many choose to live. The demographics in this part of town skew so heavily, just saying “Oak Lawn” or “Cedar Springs” is practically code for “gay.”
As the community has grown — and, in some ways, grown up — many queer folks are making different choices about where in Dallas they choose to live. Parts of Oak Cliff have seen an upswing in gay homeownership, attracted by the beautiful homes with storybook profiles.
But when you’re talking about fairy tales, well, that requires a few princesses. Like Snow White. And Cinderella. Which is perhaps why the Disney Streets area of North Dallas has become a hot spot for gay homeowners.
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