Child Population Dwindles in San Francisco: "San Francisco's large gay population — estimated at 20 percent by the city Public Health Department — is thought to be one factor, though gays and lesbians in the city are increasingly raising families.
Another reason San Francisco's children are disappearing: Family housing in the city is especially scarce and expensive. A two-bedroom, 1,000-square-foot starter home is considered a bargain at $760,000."

Really? You think those two teeny tiny little obstacles might impede someone with a family from living in SF? I suppose there are countless couples earning a million dollars a year who want to stuff their 2.3 kids into a 1,000 sq ft box to pay confiscatory tax rates and deal with all the other sundried bullshit that goes along with living in SF. (I was going to rant here but it's best I don't for reasons I'll explain in a minute.)


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