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Transitioning after retirement

The struggles and triumphs of transgender seniors

Cynthia* is a loving parent, a decorated military veteran and a transgender woman. Born and raised as Mike*, she knew at age eight that she was born into the wrong body. Seeing no way to be her true self, Cynthia lived out the first several decades of her life as a man, becoming a father to three children and taking on many traditionally male roles. She eventually enlisted in the military where she served multiple tours of duty and received a Purple Heart after being wounded in combat.

Reducing the challenges of aging

Resources for LGBTQ seniors, family and caregivers

All across the Carolinas and the U.S., LGBTQ “gay and gray” elders seek out valuable resources and tips to make their lives more comfortable and easier to navigate. See the listings to make research efforts more streamline and to provide options for cruising into the senior years.

Triangle: ‘Chasing Capri,’ Spano Reading, Gospel Talent Show, SAGE 4th

Carolinas News Notes

“Chasing Capri,” a documentary film by southern filmmaker Caleb Holland, was released and featured a Carolina transgender teen at the center of the storyline, Mark Spano will read from his award-winning novel “Midland Club” on June 25, Gospel Drag and Talent Show will be held on June 23 and SAGE Raleigh will hold its annual 4th of July cookout and potluck on July 4.