Month: August 2016
You’re Married—Now What?
Now that marriage equality is the law of the land and most of the challenges to said decision have been defeated, LGBT couples are free to get married without any roadblocks. Many are, but after the “I do’s” are done, some couples look at each other and realize they’re not sure what to do next, especially when it comes to their housing and real estate. This isn’t necessarily an LGBT issue—some straight couples also don’t realize how changing their marital […]
Moving to Mississippi Can Be a Positive Experience
Mississippi may be the perfect home for you despite what stereotypes may say. The state is in the south, but that doesn’t mean all of Mississippi or its citizens oppose LGBT rights. In fact, there are several cities that have created their own non-discrimination resolutions, and the views of residents regarding LGBT rights have changed over the years. Low Cost of Living One of the reasons Mississippi is so attractive to people looking to relocate to the south is its […]
Being a Part of The LGBT Community in Baton Rouge
Have you ever been to Baton Rouge? While the capital city of Louisiana is often overshadowed by New Orleans, it’s not a bad place to live. In fact, it’s a very lovely port city that serves as a major political and commercial hub for the region. Its port is one of the busiest in the nation, and while it may not be home to Mardi Gras, it’s still a great place to live and work. The LGBT community has a […]