Buyers have always segregated themselves, now they don’t need our help

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We have lived in the same neighborhood in two different houses for the last 32 years. According to the numbers, our neighborhood has a greater percentage of gay people living in it than 95 percent of the neighborhoods in the entire country. If I try to do a Google search for neighborhoods with a large gay and lesbian population, my neighborhood does not come up, but I am confident that someday soon it will. I had to do some serious digging to find the statistic on a website that has neighborhood demographics. Thirty years ago I am not sure I would have been able to find it anywhere. Yet people, or at least people from the gay community, have been attracted to the neighborhood for decades and were somehow able to figure out it is a wonderful neighborhood. Several of my gay neighbors have lived in the area as long or longer than I have. It has been a great place for us to live and to raise our children. I am not sure as a real estate licensee if I can even write about this or...