Portland is a very LGBT-friendly city.
Is Portland good for LGBT?
Yes. Portland is LGBTQ+-friendly and the community here is friendly and welcoming. Connect with local activity groups and organizations via the LGBTQ+ Resources page or the LGBTQ+ Sports and Recreation page.
What percentage of Portland is LGBTQ?
The Portland Metro region has the second highest percent of LGBT residents of any metropolitan area in the nation, according to a Gallup poll released this week. About 5.5 percent of adults in the region identify as LGBT.
Are there lesbians in Portland?
Similar to other cities, Portland doesn’t have an entirely lesbian bar, but it does have establishments that are truly mixed and very welcoming to gay women.
Where can I find lesbians in Portland?
There are LGBT-friendly meetups and businesses that either don’t serve alcohol, or serve alcohol without it being the primary draw.
- Either/Or. 8235 SE 13th, Ave #2., 503-235-3474. …
- Triumph Coffee. …
- GrindHouse Coffee. …
- Rainbow Walk in the Trees. …
- Lez Stand Up. …
- Cabaret with a Q. …
- Drag Brunch. …
- Judy on Duty.
Where is the Burnside Triangle?
The Burnside Triangle is an area in Downtown Portland, Oregon. It is centered around SW Stark St. and comprises a triangular set of city blocks. It is arguably Portland’s most visible gay neighborhood thoroughfare.
Is Seattle LGBT friendly?
Seattle welcomes everyone in a city that is safe and friendly to all. Just east of downtown, the Capitol Hill neighborhood has long been the city’s gay epicenter, with rainbow-painted crosswalks and many ways to dive into the LGBTQ scene.
Are there a lot of lesbians in Oregon?
In Oregon, as of 2011, at least ten known lesbian lands still existed. This cluster belonged to an extended community that stretched down into California and over into New Mexico.