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Since the article has been recreated, and the DRV result was to overturn, I've undeleted the history. However, the original version of the article was an essay, and it should not be restored outright. I suggest article be renamed Retirement Issues for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex People - it may seem a bit clunky but we're doing an encyclopedia here and articles sometimes have clunky but inclusive titles. Any thoughts, objections?
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Many retirement issues for lesbian , gay , bisexual , transgender LGBT and intersex people are unique from their non- LGBTI counterparts and these populations often have to take extra steps addressing their employment, health, legal and housing concerns to ensure their needs are met. Throughout the United States , " 2 million people age 50 and older identify as LGBT, and that number is expected to double by ", estimated in a study done by the Institute for Multigenerational Health at the University of Washington. They are twice as likely to enter old age living as a single person; and two and a half times more likely to live alone. Because institutionalized homophobia as well as cultural discrimination and harassment still exist, they are less likely to access health care, housing, or social services or when they do, find the experience stressful or demeaning. Joel Ginsberg, executive director of the Gay Lesbian Medical Association, asserts "only by pursuing both strategies, encouraging institutional change and encouraging
As attitudes and awareness about the LGBT community come full circle around the country, many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors are finding they now have more choices when it comes to living out their silver years in a senior living community. It wasn't that long ago that many would have been turned away as a matter of policy, rejected by staff, or made to feel unwelcome in their own would-be homes. Happily, things are changing. Today, there are many LGBT-friendly senior communities popping up all around the country.