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01/22/2008

Burgh to gays: We're not the 'Pitts'

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 25-12Pittsburgh, PA, is reportedly looking to increase the number of gay and lesbian travelers who choose to visit "The City of Bridges":

Pittsburgh Looks To Attract More Gay, Lesbian Tourists [WTAE]

Our suggestion? Move it to South Florida.

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Hey, now. The Steel City is where I'm from. Pittsburgh ain't bad. It's actually listed as a very liberal city, so anybody who visits would have to worry about getting harassed. Just don't trash the Steelers, and you'll be alright. :)

Posted by: Luke | Jan 23, 2008 12:36:13 AM

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