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In all of these places, I’ve always felt safe and welcomed before and after coming out.
Until last winter, I identified as straight so I’m newly out as queer/pansexual, but have found the queer community in Pittsburgh to be very accepting and super fun.
Casey: Now that I have lived in Pittsburgh for a year, I feel like it’s possible to meet people without the internet.
When I first arrived, I hit up Ok Cupid constantly. My first gay friend in Pittsburgh was someone I randomly messaged on Facebook because I needed a ride to an Impulse party.
Pittsburgh is known as The Steel City – but it also has an emerging arts scene and DIY culture.
It is an incredibly affordable place to live and has been hailed as the “new Portland” although some are angling for it to be the next Hollywood.
DJ Stef plays top ’40s and the dance floor is usually roomy (i.e. Hannah: While I appreciate that Impulse exists, I don’t necessarily feel like the attendees are “my homies,” so to speak.
Impulse fills a particular gap in the party scene, it’s just not my scene.
Pittsburgh is kind of a big deal for dinosaurs (and T-Rex in particular) because the Carnegie Museum of Natural History has a super intense Jurassic exhibit.As a student, I lived in Oakland (most students live in the Oakland/Shadyside/Squirrel Hill areas), but I wish I had moved out to Bloomfield, where I am currently living, sooner!However, the small size of Pittsburgh means that no matter where you are located, there are either queer close by.After all, Pittsburgh is not called the “Paris of Appalachia” for nothing.I have managed to live and/or work in just about every bit of Pittsburgh from East Liberty to Shadyside to Bethel Park to Bloomfield.