Queerty is better as a member
Yes! This is a very real part of life that so many of us in our twenties and thirties completely ignore. I hope they do well and aren’t bogged down by any issues in their construction dates again. Amid politics and pretty people, there are many very real issues that we face that just aren’t discussed in great detail because it’s not sparkly or shiny enough to make it to the front pages, but like a friend of mine once said, “Ain’t none of us gettin’ outta here alive.” Start thinking about your retirement and old age now, kiddies. You might just live long enough to have to deal with it.
I’d love to live in an affordable gay-centric housing development.
There is no such thing as “LGBT seniors.” It makes sense that lesbian, gay and bisexual seniors might want to live in common housing as they all share a bond based on sexual orientation. But there is absolutely no logical reason why LGB seniors would need or want to be housed with “transgender” seniors, most of whom are heterosexual. Gays have little in common with transgenders and it is only the cult of “LGBT” that keeps forcing the two discrete groups together.
I live in San Francisco – doubt these units will be very affordable.
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