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The Best Cities In America For A Gay-Friendly Retirement

Every retiree grapples with the “where should I retire” question. The standard measurements of suitability are weather, access to health care, affordability and recreational offerings. But members of the LGBT community, said Lois Thomas, associate editor of SeniorAdvice, also need to think about “where they will feel welcome.” Using SeniorScore, a data-driven algorithm that determines the most accommodating places in America for seniors, she offers this list of the best cities in the country for retirees who identify with the LGBT community.
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