The conclusion highlights the book’s core finding about how cities shape sexual identities. It emphasizes the specific features of city ecology that are especially influential for how we relate to those around us and ultimately for how we think about who we are and the groups to which we belong. Beyond this, the conclusion considers why cities (rather than region or neighborhood) are so influential, and why LBQ identities and enclaves persist in a changing world.
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