North Central Plains
The North Central Plains are the southeastern reaches of the Panhandle region of the state. To the north, the Red River marks the boundary with the High Plains region and Oklahoma, while the Caprock Escarpment separates it from the Llano Estacado to the west. To the east is the wetter and more wooded Cross Timbers region, and to the south and southwest the landscape rolls into the Edwards Plateau.
Crime is not-existent here. You're safe wherever you go unless you're LGBT. LGBT people face attitudes that are hostile here. The Panhandle takes a more conservative stance on homosexuality and is not LGBT friendly. Public displays of affection are frowned upon and an openly gay couple might get stared at in a restaurant or bar. Violence happens towards LGBT and police either join in on the violence or turn a blind eye to violence towards LGBT. Also all businesses are not LGBT friendly, so you will be refused service. LGBT should stay out of the Panhandle.