Scott and Schyler Wiecek of Bay St. Louis walk with their son, Remy, 3, during a No Hate in Our State rally in Bay St. Louis in May. Bay St. Louis was named the second-best city for LGBTQ residents to live and work in the state by the Human Rights Campaign.
Scott and Schyler Wiecek of Bay St. Louis walk with their son, Remy, 3, during a No Hate in Our State rally in Bay St. Louis in May. Bay St. Louis was named the second-best city for LGBTQ residents to live and work in the state by the Human Rights Campaign. JOHN FITZHUGH jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File
Scott and Schyler Wiecek of Bay St. Louis walk with their son, Remy, 3, during a No Hate in Our State rally in Bay St. Louis in May. Bay St. Louis was named the second-best city for LGBTQ residents to live and work in the state by the Human Rights Campaign. JOHN FITZHUGH jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File

How well do Coast cities treat their LGBTQ residents?

October 23, 2016 5:00 AM