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Aim This article provides an overview of how gender and historical contexts influence the well‐being of old lesbians. It aims to inform the practice of aged care providers in addressing the needs of these women. Methods The lived experience of old lesbians is examined using feminist methodology...
Recent Australian legislative and policy changes can benefit people of trans and/or non‐binary experience (e.g. men assigned female with stereotypically ‘female’ bodies, women assigned male with stereotypically ‘male’ bodies, and people who identify as genderqueer, agender (having no gender),...
This paper outlines the development of culturally safe services for older lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people. It draws on a framework for cultural safety, developed in New Zealand which incorporates an understanding of how history, culture and power imbalances influence the...
Aim Explore the coming out narratives in a group of older gay men. Methods A narrative gerontological approach was employed to explore the coming out narratives of older gay men. Semi‐structured digitally recorded individual interviews were undertaken with 12 gay men aged between 65 and 81 years...
Aim To outline the experiences and needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) Australians living with dementia – and their partners. Methods In‐depth interviews were conducted with LGBT people, their partners and service providers. Results LGBT people living with dementia experience unique...
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