Wilks counted down again, and queer and trans people embraced their partners, now with the gusto he demanded. About 2. Public imagination renders LGBTQ people as city dwellers, and the dominant narrative says anyone queer or trans living in rural America yearns for escape. There is some truth in that, and for good reason — a recent survey found that Arkansas residents were the least supportive of measures to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination, compared to residents of other states.
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While large cities in blue states — like New York and San Francisco — are well known for their LGBTQ inclusivity, accepting environments can now be found across the country, even in some unexpected places. The Midwestern town is home to the University of Missouri and has a bustling nightlife scene with a multitude of gay-friendly spots. For six years, representatives in the mountain state of Montana fought to decriminalize consensual same-sex relations, which was formerly classified as a felony. The law was ruled unconstitutional in , and Missoula has continued to advocate for the equal rights of its LGBTQ citizens since. After Brookings received a score of 12 out of in , local leaders embarked on a multiyear mission to bump their rating to