Episode 76: A Single Man

75-year-old Dan Hall talks strategy: as an aging, single gay man and as Treasurer of the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council, which advocates locally on behalf of LGBT individuals of all ages.  Formerly married to a woman, Dan also talks about his relationship with...

Episode 42: Making The Invisible Visible

In the United States there are 1.5 million lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults — a number that’s expected to double by 2030. LGBT older adults came of age at a time in the US when discrimination was the norm for the LGBT population; as a result...

Episode 31: Aging Actively Without Kids

52-year-old architect Scott Joyce felt unmoored after he lost both parents six months apart, all the more so because he didn’t have kids to keep him anchored to a traditional family unit. In today’s episode Scott talks about how he and his partner of 20 years plan to...

Episode 11: Balancing Act

Lisa Binassarie emigrated to the US from Trinidad when she was just three years old and she was raised in New York City. About to turn fifty, she’s shocked at the ways her body is betraying her even as her mind remains sharp as a tack. But Lisa is active and...

Episode 9: Return Of The Prodigal Son

As a teenager Tim couldn’t wait to get away from his parents, but now, at age 50, he visits them regularly at their home in Connecticut. It feels far away from Manhattan, where for the past 25 years Tim has lived as an openly gay man. But the home front beckons: his...