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Here's A Really Cool Interactive Map That Became A Lot Less Cool When I Saw What It Was Illustrating

First of all, this is a pretty snazzy map if I've ever seen one. And it's interactive, so you can click on the gray buttons under the title to see different maps.But secondly, do take a look at the different maps. See what they're showing. They left me a little taken aback. We've come a long way when it comes to marriage equality, but these maps show we've still got a lot of work to do when it comes to other parts of the LGBT community.

Here's A Really Cool Interactive Map That Became A Lot Less Cool When I Saw What It Was Illustrating

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Our fact-checkers pointed out that the map data is cited to reputable organizations like GLSEN and the National Center for Transgender Equality, among others. Let us know if you find anything that seems off to you!

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