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In my opinion we have some of the best access to some of the most diverse natural areas in the nation.
Arches National Park, Canyonlands, Zion, and Bryce Canyon are also all within about 4 hours of Salt Lake City.
Although I am sometimes frustrated about being queer here, there are also a lot of reasons why I love this city.
I think folks have many misconceptions about Salt Lake City so here are a few things that I think are important when it comes to building an understanding of this place: Salt Lake is more progressive than you think.
Being queer here is awesome if you’re at all into nature!
Although there are multiple bars and events for gay males, there’s not necessarily a lot that is overtly available for the queer women’s and trans community here.
[See what boots on the ground found in the Mojave Desert: “Nearly 9,000 Artifacts Uncovered in California Desert, Spanning 11,500 Years of History“] By surveying the top-ranked areas on foot, archaeologists turned up seven sites in Lincoln County’s Delamar Valley, along the traces of what had been an ancient stream channel.
The sites included scatterings of fluted and stemmed projectile points fashioned in styles — such as Clovis, Lake Mojave and Silver Lake — that are known to date to the Paleoarchaic epoch in the Great Basin, Adams said.
The first question people usually ask upon hearing I’m from Utah: “Are you Mormon? The culture in Salt Lake is unique because most queer people I know that are from here have had the influence of Mormonism somewhere in their lives.
This might be because they were raised Mormon and are no longer practicing or one side of their family is Mormon or they have had a lover who is having trouble disengaging from the Mormon church.