Gayest Cities in America?

The Advocate makes some curious selections again this year

Courtesy of The Advocate

Once again The Advocate has named its list of the gayest cities in America. And once again, Philly doesn’t make the cut. What will it take to get their attention, we wonder, besides launching the nation’s largest LGBT tourism campaign? Oh, that’s right. We did that already. Guess it can’t compare to the wild and crazy gay scene in…Indiana?

Here are some no-brainers that made the list: San Diego, Seattle, Austin, Portland, Maine, New Orleans, Burlington, Vt., and Atlanta.

Here are a few cities that were also ranked and have us scratching our head: Albuquerque, N.M., Springfield, Mass., Asheville, N.C., Gainesville, Fla., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Madison, Wis., Bloomington, Ind., and Iowa City.

We can’t believe these cities didn’t make the list: A little place called New York City, San Francisco, Provincetown, Mass., and Key West, Fla.

We know that the list is intended to spotlight secondary cities, but it doesn’t get much gayer than P-Town.