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Mapping Our Identities, Sharing Our Journeys: Fourth Annual LGBTIQA Intergenerational Gathering

Thriving social scene emerging for LGBT older adults in Western Mass.

[This story appears in the March|April 2017 issue of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.] Decades ago there were sizeable migrations of LGBT adults moving to larger cities where people found strength in numbers. In these newly established gay meccas, LGBT people […]

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Landmark executive order collects sexual orientation, gender ID data for elders in Bay State

(Editor’s note: This article appears in the current July/August 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) May 11, 2016 was a landmark date in Massachusetts, even though there wasn’t any fanfare and probably most people were not aware […]

LGBT seniors and friends at the 2015 Pride Parade. Check out "Pride Events for LGBT Older Adults and Their Friends" below to find out how to join in the 2016 festivities. Photo courtesy of LGBT Aging Project.

Boston seniors: Don’t let 2016 Pride parade pass you by

(Editor’s note: This article appears in the current May/June 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) Some call it the High Holy Days for the gays. Others in the LGBT community might refer to it as a […]

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LGBT senior housing in the Bay State: What we can learn from ‘The Golden Girls’

[Note: This column is running in the print version of the current March/April 2016 Boston Spirit magazine.] Over the past four months, as a member of the LGBT Aging Project, I have had the opportunity to travel across the state of Massachusetts to co-facilitate a […]

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LGBT Aging Project launches new program to alleviate elder isolation

[Note: This story ran as the Senior Spirit column in Boston Spirit magazine’s January/February 2016 issue.] Have you ever paused to recognize how many circles of people we are connected to? For many of us we have a core set […]

LGBT Elders of Color,Flashback Sunday

LGBT elders of color create new group for support and some socializing

A new social group for Boston’s LGBT elders of color has formed. Flashback Sundays is a place where lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender older adults of color and their friends. allies and supporters can meet up, have some fun, and address […]

LGBT Aging Project Assistant Director Bob Linscott (speaking), Fenway Health Associate Vice President of Special Projects Robb Johnson , and LGBT Aging Project Director Lisa Krinsky testified at the hearing.

City Hall Hearing Focuses On LGBT-Friendly Senior Housing

In the first of what LGBT elder advocates hope will be many public hearings, the LGBT Aging Project joined Boston City Council members, city officials, and Boston residents on May 7 at City Hall to discuss the need for affordable […]

At the White House: Bob Linscott, Assistant Director, The LGBT Aging Project at The Fenway Institute; Linscott; Janson Wu, Executive Director, GLAD; and Lisa Krinsky, Director, The LGBT Aging Project at The Fenway Institute. (photo: courtesy Fenway Health)

White House Summit on LGBT Elder Housing Attended by Local Leaders

On February 10, three Boston experts on LGBT elder issues were invited to attend a National Summit on LGBT Aging at The White House. Lisa Krinsky, Director, and Bob Linscott, Assistant Director of The LGBT Aging Project at The Fenway […]

Bob Linscott, of the Massachusetts LGBT Aging Project

On the Importance of Aging in the LGBT Community, by Bob Linscott

“The afternoon knows what the morning never suspected.” — Robert Frost Perhaps to our dismay, we are not Peter Pan, because the truth is we are all getting older. Yet, even if we can accept that simple fact, we become salmon […]

Aging Back Into the Closet

Aging Back Into the Closet

Maine is the most recent state to allow gay marriage, and the first in the nation to have the law approved by a majority of voters at the polls. Following the passage of the gay marriage law, many in the state have wondered: “What’s next?” After all, marriage is the default panacea of gay rights, and Maine ranks in the top ten states in the nation for gay-friendly laws. Another distinction? Maine has the oldest population in the U.S. with more than 300,000 elders age 60 and over. It is estimated that 15,000 of them are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. For many, the reality of old age comes, hits when one is faced with the reality of what it means to be senior.