One way you can tell is attending the First Friday Dance hosted by Dede Frain at Tracks.
Upward of 2,000 women attend this dance, where it starts early with two-stepping and runs late with hip hop, electric and pop music, happening in three different sized dance rooms.
Now at this point, you can see I’ve got the 411 on Portland, so let’s check out some other great little cities around the country.
(Colorado has full legal rights for LGBT residents.) The Mile High City is chock-full of lesbians of all kinds.
In terms of lesbian communities, certain cities attract larger populations of these same-sex couples because of things like feminism, progressiveness or activist efforts that generate awareness and acceptance.