Hillcrest has a high population density compared to many other neighborhoods in San Diego, and it has a large and active lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and polyamorous community.
Are there a lot of gays in San Diego?
About 4 percent of San Diegos population identifies as LGBT, according to 2015 survey data by Gallup, a research-based consulting company. Gallup partnered with the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law to provide the most detailed estimates yet about where LGBT residents live.
Is Orange County gay Friendly?
Overall, the study showed a positive trend nationwide toward better acceptance of LGBT people, organizers said. Orange County ranked above the national average, with Huntington Beach serving as the bright spot and Santa Ana falling below the national average.
What are the gay neighborhoods in San Diego?
Gay men appear to be much more concentrated than lesbians. The hot spots are in and around Hillcrest, the longtime (and male-oriented) center of San Diego gay life: 4 percent of households in 92103 (Hillcrest) are estimated to be unmarried gay male couples and 2 percent of households in 92104 (North Park) are.
How many gay men are in San Diego?
By US cityRankCityLGBT Populationpopulation5Phoenix63,2226Houston61,9767San Diego61,94510 more rows