Moreover, some people experience changes in their sexual attractions and relationships over the course of their life. NCBI Bookshelf. At the same time, as discussed further below, these groups have many experiences in common, key among them being the experience of stigmatization. Transgender HIV prevention: A qualitative needs assessment.
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This finding has been reported by numerous researchers who have concluded that LGBT older adults have increased crisis competence, or mastery of stigma when faced with the challenges associated with aging Cahill et al. Sexual orientation and mental health.
Participants shared their frustrations with health care personnel who would assume heterosexuality, especially when sexual histories were being obtained. This enforced invisibility both results from and has contributed to a continued lack of exposure to gay and lesbian issues and experiences, and the lack of Professional Lesbian Women; Lesbian Social Networking; Gay Professionals to developing gay-positive policies and practices directed toward elders themselves Kochman, ; Metz, and their caregivers Aronson, On the other hand, members of the LGBT community who do not finish school or who live in poorer neighborhoods may experience more barriers in access to care and more negative health outcomes.
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What are the priorities for a research agenda to address these gaps? The most noteworthy implication is the recognition that the needs and concerns of LGBT older adults be addressed across multiple domains, rather than in isolation.
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