June is Gay Pride Month. Find which which communities made gay and lesbian magazine The Advocate's 2014 list of the most gay-friendly U.S. cities.
The Advocate weighed a city's number of LGBT elected officials, number of women's colleges, whether there's a gay rodeo association in the area and other factors in compiling this year's rankings.
14. Long Beach, Calif.
13. Orlando, Fla.
12. Rochester, N.Y.
11. San Francisco
10. Arlington, Va.
9. Oakland, Calif.
8. Salt Lake City
7. Madison, Wis.
6. St. Louis
4. Cambridge, Mass.
2. Pasadena, Calif.
1. Washington, D.C.
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