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"The ruling was a significant setback," says Advocate news director Sunnivie Brydum. When you paint the entire community as this monolith, you end up reducing it to a caricature that doesn't reflected the lived reality or the diversity of issues that face a community." So where do LGBT people have it worst?According to Michaelangelo Signorile, the editor-at-large for the Huffington Post's Gay Voices section, the worst states are clustered in the Midwest and the Bible Belt South. "Where we see one kind of oppression, we also see another," Signorile says.Some of the states on this list will be no-brainers; others might surprise you.According to electoral wunderkind Nate Silver, Mississippi will likely be the last state in the country to pass marriage equality on its own.
If you pay attention to the news, it's hard not to get swept up in the feeling that things are getting better for America's LGBT citizens.However, after riding a wave of momentum in the courts this year, marriage equality hit a new roadblock in November, when the Sixth Circuit Court upheld bans in Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee.