Kentucky: Morehead Kim Davis' hometown fights back. Their marriage is at once banal and extraordinary, infused with the exuberant contentment of two people who once thought they would always be alone. Buttigieg spent those years trying to reconcile his private life with his aspirations for a high-profile career in public service.
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Buttigieg would. Alaska: Anchorage One great city with a surprisingly diverse community Population:Bona fides : One of the nation's best gay bars is alone worth the trip. Pete hates the way Chasten folds T-shirts. And after hearing from people who told him how encouraging it was to see him as an openly gay man in politics, Mr.
He was the roommate who would sip whiskey instead of chugging beer, and insist on a real Christmas tree in the dorm room.
Both would require an improbable constitutional amendment. Other candidates also came with long records to tout. He came out as gay while seeking re-election, and he won. Still, being gay here is enough of a novelty that when a high school athlete comes out or a gay couple goes to prom, it might make for a newspaper article.
And while Laramie still retains much of the state's "Cowboy culture" that can often be downright hostile to queer people, the ordinance was a moving, momentous accomplishment for the city, and those who fought so hard to make it happen. Wrap up the day with awesome food and cocktails, available all over.
The most progressive town in a surprisingly progressive state Population: 76, Bona fides: Its anti-discrimination measures go back to Buttigieg and his peers left college and started embarking on their professional lives, the country was changing in significant ways, jolting their sense of what it could mean to be openly gay and have a high-profile career.