Interesting, if a bit like a tourist brochure. Americans tell me now that Texas and the South in general now have a huge cultural divide between the relative openness and tolerance of the big cities and the uber-reactionary culture of the countryside.
It’s not France.
Interesting though this is, I’d like to see more articles on European cities, like gay life in Rome or The Vatican.
was there a few weeks ago…and the centre is very nice. Not sure id want to walk hand in hand with BF in most of city though, never seen so many Jesus Car stickers…
I’m from Dallas and I hate that you missed the Bishop Arts area and Oak Cliff. Oak Cliff has been dubbed the Chelsea of the South for a reason. Extremely gay friendly and gay family friendly area, fantastic restaurants, tons of galleries and indie businesses galore. If anyone is thinking about moving to Dallas, I suggest skipping moving to Oak Lawn (although it is a wonderful area) and buy a house in the Southern sector. You get a lot of bang for your buck and like I said, Oak Cliff is extremely LGBT friendly.
I would never visit Texas. It is very unfriendly towards gays and lesbians.