By Andrew Collins. Sunny and spectacularly situated San Diego is one of the great playgrounds of the West among gay and lesbian travelers. The city's once-staid downtown now abounds with hip hotels and lively restaurants, while such gay-friendly neighborhoods as Hillcrest, North Park, and University Heights are hot spots for gay clubbing and bar-hoppingdining, and shopping.
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When the census data is mapped, you can see a divide that may surprise those who assume Hillcrest is the local gay mecca: Lesbian couples are much more widely distributed around the county than their gay male counterparts, who tend to cluster in and around the progressive haven of Hillcrest. And Alpine has plenty of company on the list of unexpected local communities where lesbians seem to be more common than in the county as a whole. This gap is familiar to researchers, though. Similarly, some may want to live in the gayborhood but have been pushed out through gentrification.
San Diego is among the best cities in the United States for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to live and work, according to a national report released Thursday by the Human Rights Campaign. The annual report by the gay-rights advocacy group assessed LGBT equality in cities across the country, including 55 in California. Criteria included non-discrimination laws, employment policies, inclusiveness of city services, law enforcement and leadership on equality issues.
Sunny San Diego not only describes the weather, but the disposition of the locals. The community meets the world with energy, enthusiasm, and true joy de vivre. A waterfront resort on scenic Mission Bay, the resort is centrally located to all of San
As chilled and welcoming as the stereotypical surfer dudes for which San Diego is famed, in this sunny city you will an LGBT community infused with energy, passion and genuine excitement about the future — all this despite the best efforts of this current Trump era politics of hate and discrimination. But leave you should! At least to explore the rest of wonderful San Diego, with its wealth of outdoor attractions, miles of gorgeous coastline, bubbling collection of unique villages, revitalized downtown, and marvelous dining experiences.
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By Andrew Collins. San Diego gay nightlife scene manages that rare balance between being remarkably friendly and also rife with beautiful guys and tanned and toned lesbians - it's pretty much a reflection of this sunny Southern California city. Gay bars have also been pretty stable here over the years, with the most popular hangouts having been going strong for a couple of decades.