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Where is the most accepting and safest place in America for a full time crossdresser to live?

20 year old straight, male to female crossdresser, work in professional engineering field, and am a full time crossdresser, wanting to relocate, so where are the most accepting towns for transgenders and crossdressers? I have heard Seattle, San Francisco, and Vegas, any one have experience with these cities, or other ideas?

Asked By: bballfan117 - 3/7/2009
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I can vouch for Seattle because I'm from the area. Very friendly towards crossdressers and other trans folks, especially on Capitol Hill. Surrounding areas aren't too bad either. San Francisco is of course legendary in acceptance towards crossdressers. Other places than what you mentioned are Portland, LA, Chicago... More
Answered By: J R - 3/8/2009
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I live in San Francisco, definitely a place where you could thrive. I have worked with two transgendered people at two different companies who were well liked and respected... More
Answered By: rorybuns - 3/7/2009
 
Give some thought to Boystown in Chicago. Almost exclusively gay neighborhood and pretty much the safest place in the city there is.
Answered By: Stepchild - 3/7/2009
 
Heh. Probably San Fran. I don't remember what it was like, really, last time I was there, I was about 7 or 8. But besides that and Vegas, I'd guess South Beach. The closer you are to a warm coast, the better your chances, I'd say. Not really sure why that is, but it seems to be true.
Answered By: Lady Amairany Gray - 3/7/2009
 
Las Vegas by a long shot, as there are several F.I. shows in town, so one can easily blend in on the street... More
Answered By: rachelle_inhighheels - 3/8/2009
 
Amoung the various posters here the answers have been pretty good thus far. I am a full time TS woman and live in the Reno NV area. The area is not bad for us and there are others like you too. SF and LV are both excellent ideas however expensive especially so in the SFO area. Whatever you do hun please go safely... More
Answered By: sharonlynnvn - 3/8/2009
 
San Fran and Chicago. I lived in the Wrigleyville/Boys town area of Chicago, and I think its a really open positive place to be. Go out in drag and the boys will whistle at you. San Fran is a crazy place, you could have a lot of fun there too.
Answered By: Steve M - 3/9/2009
 
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