Wilton Manors ranks in "Top 10 Gay Zip codes

Well in the most recent ranking Chicago’s “Boystown” comes out on top followed by Palm Springs 92264, Provincetown’s 02657, Palm Springs 92262, Wilton Manors 33305, West Hollywood 90069, San Francisco’s  94131, Dallas’s 75219, Rehoboth Beach’s 19971 and suburban Detroit’s Pleasant Ridge’s 48069 zip code.

South Florida had several other high ranking zip codes as Miami Beach’s 33139, 33132 and Fort Lauderdale’s 33301, 33306, 33308, 33309, 33334, 33311. Read the following report from the Huffington Post ranking the cities.

The people have spoken and the best gay neighborhood in the world, apparently, can be found right in the heart of the Midwest.

Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood was voted the world’s most “incomparable” gay neighborhood by the readers of Out Traveler, beating out runner-up The Mission in San Francisco.

The magazine notes that Boystown, technically East Lake View, was the nation’s first officially-designated gayborhood and adds that it has “everything you could want: bars, clubs, restaurants, architecture, walkability, its own El stop” and, very shortly, marriage equality.

Other nominees Chicago topped in the category, according to DNAinfo Chicago, were Hollywood’s Boystown, Madrid’s Chueca and Barcelona’s Eixample.

Bully Apologizes After Seeing Proposal Video

After Lucas Bane and David Devora’s marriage proposal, members and supporters of the LGBT community feel nothing but happiness for these two but who knew that the aftermath of the video would spout something which would tug at people’s hearts?

As their viral video made its way across the Internet, being shared by one user and another, it found itself in front of someone who was identified as a high school bully who made life difficult for Lucas.

So how did it go? Here’s a shot of the Facebook interaction between these two:

bully apologizes

Although this is just a simple conversation which took place on someone’s Facebook wall, this exchange shows people can change. What’s more is that people can also forgive. Perhaps it’s about time we take a page from Lucas and his former bully’s book and start becoming better people.