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After blowing through rural Georgia and suburban Kansas City in the three, tear-filled seasons of their Netflix hit, the Fab Five finally achieved what countless community and activist groups couldn’t before: Full-blown equality and acceptance of “the gays.” Ah, wishful thinking is such a privilege.Even in the year of our lord, 2019, the US is still a sea of red (trigger warning: the 2016 presidential electoral map is bleak).But don’t be discouraged: The arc of American history is long, and it's rainbow-colored.
State law still dictates that teachers must tell students "that homosexuality is not a lifestyle acceptable to the general public." In 2017, the state legislature moved to ban gays from adopting needy children, and the owner of a movie theater refused to show Beauty and the Beast because of a gay-coded character. There are also LGBTQIA book clubs, church groups, and youth centers -- check out the Magic City Acceptance Center, which hosts a number of affirming youth peer groups, particularly for queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) and trans kids under 14 and their parents.City councils are simply faster and more nimble than state legislatures. Cities in the likes of Wyoming and Kentucky and Arkansas are the best chance for leading their deep-red states toward overdue changes.It's easy to sniff at the slow progress in Mississippi -- but who in America is fighting the good fight like Jesse Pandolfo, who runs the gay bar in Jackson?Adding to that, the police have trained business owners to be able to handle all kinds of issues, especially situations that may threaten trans people.It all makes for a surprisingly well-protected and inviting city; even the US Veterans Administration hosts regular clinic hours for trans servicemembers.