Older gays and lesbians: Surviving a generation of hate and violence

  • Morrow D
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Abstract

This article discusses the impact that coming of age in the Pre-Stonewall era has had on older gays and lesbians. Anti-gay hate and violence, within a historical context of homophobia and heterosexism, are examined. Risk factors, as well as coping capacities, for older lesbians and gays are explored. Research on the psychological adjustment and well-being of older gays and lesbians is reviewed, and suggestions for intervention with this population are proposed. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved).

Author-supplied keywords

  • aging
  • gays
  • hate crimes
  • heterosexism
  • ho-
  • lesbians

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  • Deana Morrow

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