Yes that is what I meant. I lived there for 13 years starting in the late 1970's. At that time there were more similarities than differences. Of course, back then San Francisco didn't have the gay sodomite in-your-face culture that it has now, and Santa Fe still doesn't. But even back then, the gay culture in Santa Fe was well established and openly seen especially in restaurants and shops. And the leftwing radical views of politicians are the same from being a sanctuary city for illegals, to complete support of Rat policies, and support for far left environmental causes including solid and fluid mineral extraction, logging, endangered species and of course global warming.
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I'd say that Santa Fe is probably the *most* gay-friendly. I know a lot of gay people who have moved from Albuquerque to live in Santa Fe because they felt more at home.
Growing up I've often heard people refer to Santa Fe as a mini San Francisco, and actually that's true. When it comes to the percentage of same-sex households, Santa Fe is 2nd right behind San Francisco.