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Aging:
Suggested Reading



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Adelman, M. (1986). Long time passing: Lives of older lesbians. Boston: Alyson Press.

Adelman, M. (1991). Stigma, gay lifestyles, and adjustment to aging: A study of later-life gay men and lesbians. Journal of Homosexuality, 20: 7-32.

Almvig, C. (1982). The invisible minority: Aging and lesbianism. New York: Utica College of Syracuse University.

Berger, R. (1982). The unseen minority: Older gays and lesbians. Social Work, 27: 236.

Berger, R. (1984). Realities of gay and lesbian aging. Social Work, 29: 57.

Berger, R. (1982). Gay and gray: The older homosexual man. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press.

Berger, R. (Ed.) (1996). Gay and gray: The older homosexual man. New York: Harrington Park.

Copper, B. (1980). On being an older lesbian. Generations: Journal of the Western Gerontological Society: 39-40.

Copper, B. (1987). Ageism in the lesbian community. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press.

Cruikshank, M. (1990). Lavender and gray: A brief survey of lesbian and gay aging studies. Journal of Homosexuality, 20: 77-87.

D’Augell, A., & Patterson, C. (Eds.) (1995). Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press.

Deevey, S. (1990). Older lesbian women: An invisible minority. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 16: 35-39.

Dunker, B. (1987). Aging lesbians: Observations and speculations. In Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Ed.). Lesbian Psychologies: Explorations and Challenges: 72-82. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Dorfman, R., Walters, K., Burke, P., & Hardin, L. (1995). Old, sad, and alone: The myth of the aging homosexual. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 24: 29-44.

Friend, R. (1987). The individual and social psychology of aging: Clinical implications for lesbians and gay men. Journal of Homosexuality, 14: 307-331.

Friend, R. (1990). Older lesbian and gay people: Responding to homophobia. Marriage and Family Review, 14: 241-263.

Friend, R. (1990). Older lesbian and gay people: A theory of successful aging. Journal of Homosexuality, 20: 99-118.

Fullmer E.M.; Shenk D.; & Eastland L.J. (1999). Negating identity: a feminist analysis of the social invisibility of older lesbians. Journal of Women Aging, 11 (2-3):131-48. Review.

Healey, S. (1994). Diversity with a difference: On being old and lesbian. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Service, 1: 109-117.

Kehoe, M. (1986). Lesbians over sixty-five: A triply invisible minority. Journal of Homosexuality, 12: 139-152.

Kehoe, M. (1986). A portrait of the older lesbian. Journal of Homosexuality, 12: 157-161.

Kehoe, M. (1988). Lesbians over sixty speak for themselves. Journal of Homosexuality, 16: 1-111.

Kelly, J. (1977). The aging male homosexual: Myth and reality. Gerontologist, 17: 16-79.

Kimmel, D. (1978). Adult development and aging: A gay perspective. Journal of Social Issues, 34: 113-130.

Quam, J. (1993). Siecus Report on Gay and lesbian aging. Online. Accessed November 26, 2000.

Quam, J. (Ed.) Social Services for Senior Gay Men and Lesbians (Monograph Published Simultaneously As the Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services), 2 (1).

Quam, Jean & Whittford, Gary S. (1992) Adaptation And Age-Related Expectations Of Older Gay And Lesbian Adults. The Gerontologist, 32 (3): 367-374. Online. Accessed November 26, 2000.

Raphael,, S. & Robinson, M. (1981). Lesbian and gay men in later life. Generations: Journal of the Western Gerontological Society.

South, Ken (2000). LGBT Elders and Public Policy: An Overview. Online. Accessed November 26, 2000.

Wojciechowski, Colleen (1998). Issues in caring for older lesbians. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 24 (7): 28-33.

Woolf, Linda M. (1998). Gay and Lesbian Aging. Online. Accessed November 26, 2000.

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