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This is our chance to queer the fear of getting old and embrace the signs of aging. At our event this month we'll be discussing the theme of 'fears' in the gay community, with four fabulous featured speakers listed below and our open-mic at the event's heart, where anybody is welcome to speak or listen. When our ages finally come up, he confesses his with the same note of apprehension I hear from my peers when we leave a party before 10pm; when we choose to limit alcohol intake; when we talk all evening about work; when we elect to stay in altogether; when we have another birthday. Another audience member expressed fear that lack of culturally competent social services could hurt gay people as they age: But not aging, not death. Let's talk about gay sex and drugs. Topics Long-term care The Observer.

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Why are so many gay men afraid of getting older?

Please leave this field empty. I don't want to paint chemsex as satan - I had some fun times on it Sal Mohammed Sal is an academic, pharmacist, performance artist, activist and writer based in London. Another audience member expressed fear that lack of culturally competent social services could hurt gay people as they age: With diminished support networks compared to their heterosexual peers, they are more likely to rely on formal support services as they get older. In his thirties, his focus switched to longer-term partnerships—or rather, the lack of them: Just over a quarter of gay and bisexual men and half of lesbian and bisexual women have children compared with almost nine in every 10 heterosexual men and women.

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Summerskill expressed concern that Britain's care system failed to recognise that not all couples were the same. We believe that San Francisco can be the first U. Will they kick me out? And [at 40] I have a wonderful husband. We are no longer beholden to closets and death sentences. Dave Wheeler Dave Wheeler is a writer and book critic living in Seattle.