Most press releases end up in our trash bin, but when we were sent a note about 50 Fabulous Gay-friendly Places to Live, we took notice. Sure, the book came out last year, but it’s now being promoted as “the perfect gift” for gay college grads and dads. And it is, actually, a nice gesture to offer the homo son looking to escape the conservative Midwest and the fag father hoping to ditch his wife and kids to find romance in the Northeast. We’re just upset nobody gave this book to Vito on The Sopranos.
The full release, after the jump.
Looking for the Perfect Gift for Gay Grads & Dads?
Newly graduated GLBT high school and college students will need to find the perfect gay-friendly place to call home. 50 Fabulous Gay-Friendly Places to Live is the perfect gift for gay grads and dads to help them with their search.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 29, 2006 — Newly graduated GLBT high school and college students will need to find the perfect gay-friendly place to call home. 50 Fabulous Gay-Friendly Places to Live (Career Press; ISBN: 1564148270; $24.99; http://www.FabCities.com) by Gregory A. Kompes, is the perfect gift for gay grads and dads to help them with their search.
Called a “Super Helpful Resource” by The Advocate and “Smartly Organized” by the Calumus Bookstore Review, 50 Fabulous Gay-Friendly Places to Live is an easy-to-read book for Travelers, Urban Pioneers, gay families and any one searching for a new hometown.
“For years, people have been telling gay people where to go. Now, thanks to 50 Fabulous Gay-Friendly Places to Live , we know exactly where. This is such a clear, comprehensive, and compelling book; you’ll enjoy it even if you have no plans to move,” said Dan Woog, author of Jocks 2: Coming Out to Play.
50 Fabulous Gay-Friendly Places to Live features cities that are fun places to live, work, and visit because they encourage and nurture diversity.
“While gay men and lesbians truly live everywhere, some places stand out as more fabulous than others. Kompes’ entertaining and insightful book provides evidence for why fifty American cities rise to the top of the gay heap,” said Gary J. Gates and Jason Ost, authors of The Gay and Lesbian Atlas.
Life is more than facts and figures, so there aren’t a lot of confusing charts and rankings in 50 Fabulous Gay-Friendly Places to Live . Each area profile contains a vivid description, an overview of the gay community, and practical daily-life information on climate, housing costs, taxes, the local business environment, and much more. Interviews with local gay residents, community leaders, business owners, and cultural leaders create an intimate description of each location. There are also helpful phone numbers and websites to make exploring and planning a vacation or relocation easier. Rounding out the book are tips and national resources that will assist in making anyone’s life and city more gay friendly. The book also includes an easy-to-use, interactive CD containing a wealth of information to make any search that much easierâ€”and a lot more fun.