First of all, the Democrats who post here strike me mostly as partisan Democrats rather than social justice zealots. I suspect that if you polled most of us, you would find a fair amount of diversity and moderation of views. What we are united (and not at all moderate) about is our distaste for Trump and the state of the current GOP. In that regard, we are not much different from many people who would have been called Rockefeller Republicans years ago and even some who formerly were regarded as conservative Republicans.I find it amusing that all the liberal SJW warriors on this board pretend to be down for the cause. Most probably live in Farmington or Apple Valley [- or maybe further into the hinterlands, , not Cedar-Riverside where I talked to a couple of great old Somali elder types at the bike ship yesterday
I second Howe's statement that if you don't like where you live, then vote with your feet. I live in a small town that is very Republican and I've always declined requests to put a Democratic yard sign on my lawn. I don't think there would be any serious consequences from doing that but I know I would get the cold shoulder from some. I met this guy in a local bar who was a Democrat and a strong union member shortly after moving here. We happened to talk politics during our first conversation. Every time he saw me there afterward, he would always come over to talk for a bit because he said I was one of the very few people in the area with whom he could feel comfortable talking politics.
We make these choices about where to live and most locations are a mixture of positives and negatives. If you can't stand being the political oddball in your location, then you either have to move to a more suitable location, live with it, or seek out some group of like-minded people as an escape from your environment.