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Palm Springs named world's top spot for LGBT seniors to visit, retire
What some may find surprising is that Palm Springs recently was named the world’s best place for LGBTQ seniors to travel to or retire. Other cities on the list, which was created by AARP Travel Center and Expedia, include well-known, gay-friendly places like Provincetown, Mass.; Minneapolis; and New York.
June 14, 2019
Most LGBT-friendly places to retire in America
These U.S. cities have various positives for LGBT retirees, like a strong gay population, an affordable cost of living and a high score with the Human Rights Campaign's Equality Index.
June 10, 2019
Living the Dream in Ft. Myers, Florida
The Resort on Carefree Blvd, in North Fort Myers, Florida, has come of age.  Twenty-one years young, the resort is a vibrant and thriving community of Twenty-one years young, the resort is a vibrant and thriving community of women who are happy to testify about the magic of living in a predominately lesbian, gated community.
January 10, 2019
AARP Expands Efforts to Reach Multicultural Audiences
AARP continued its mission to empower all people 50 and over by being a sponsor at all four major diversity and inclusion journalist conferences: the National Association of Black Journalists, the Asian American Journalists Association, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. AARP hosted booths, workshops, and panel discussions on...
December 21, 2018
Where LGBT seniors can grow old gracefully
Coalition for Aging LGBT is set to release its first report on LGBT-friendly senior housing in North Texas. The report includes ratings on 17 senior facilities in the area’s four largest counties. This project was …
December 14, 2018
New weekly group forms to help gay, lesbian and transgender seniors
Rainbow Roundtable aims to improve the lives of the estimated 25,000 LGBTQ seniors living in Metro Vancouver by making residential care and assisted living aware of their unique needs.
September 11, 2018
New law for treating Mass. LGBT elder population will mean better care for everyone
I’ve conducted hundreds of LGBT cultural competency trainings throughout Massachusetts for many different types of elder-care providers, including home health aides and staff at senior centers. In nearly every session, someone raises their hand and says, “But we treat everyone the same.” In truth, 8 percent of LGBT older adults experience discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identi...
September 08, 2018
A Retirement Community Turned Away These Married Women
According to the facility’s “cohabitation policy,” marriage is between one man and one woman, “as it is understood in the Bible.”
August 18, 2018
Ending prejudice in care: 'As we go grey we don’t become less gay'
A new initiative aims to make care homes more inclusive for older LGBT people
June 29, 2018
VIDEO: Older Lesbians Try Out 'New Lesbian' Slang And It's Hilarious
Turns out, “U-Hauling” is intergenerational.
June 29, 2018
New frontier for gay rights: Bias and bullying in senior housing
Even before she began searching for senior housing, Marti Smith had heard the horror stories.
June 26, 2018
VIDEO: LGBT Elders Read Letters To Younger Self
Special thank you to The LGBT Community Center of the Desert: Thanks to production assistant Jake Arman.
June 23, 2018
NYC's Gay Senior Couples on Love, Pride, and Paving the Way
Stanislaw Boniecki captures longtime lovers and new BFFs at the Queens Center for Gay Seniors.
June 23, 2018
Queer Land Trust working to preserve affordable housing, stop displacement of the LGBT community
A land trust is seeking to raise $5 million to purchase property to conserve LGBT strongholds in and around San Francisco, starting with the building housing the Sausage Factory restaurant. »
June 21, 2018
The singular needs of LGBT seniors: San Francisco funds training for workers
It can be as simple as guiding someone to a toilet instead of a urinal, or pausing to consider which pronoun to use when addressing a dementia patient or the person’s partner. Growing awareness of gender identities and sexual orientations is prompting policy changes in law enforcement, medical care and the military. Now, in the Bay Area, advocates hope it will also change how professional caregive...
June 19, 2018

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