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First Printing edition. An analysis of a Gallup survey shows detailed estimates that — during the years through — the metropolitan area with the highest percentage of LGBT community is San Francisco, CA. Opposition to the same-sex marriage movement from within the gay community should not be confused with opposition from outside that community.
In the fall of , the Human Rights Campaign adopted a logo yellow equal sign on deep blue square that has become one of the most recognizable symbols of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
They further argue that the same-sex marriage movement within the gay community discriminates against families that are composed of three or more intimate partners. Archived from the original on