“When I retired I stopped wearing Western clothing, Christopher Ross, left, said after a portrait session with his partner Allan Keech, left, at their home in Durham. They will soon be living in the Village Hearth Cohousing community, to be built next year. It is a place where members of the LGBT community will be welcome among their peers and allies.
“When I retired I stopped wearing Western clothing, Christopher Ross, left, said after a portrait session with his partner Allan Keech, left, at their home in Durham. They will soon be living in the Village Hearth Cohousing community, to be built next year. It is a place where members of the LGBT community will be welcome among their peers and allies. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
“When I retired I stopped wearing Western clothing, Christopher Ross, left, said after a portrait session with his partner Allan Keech, left, at their home in Durham. They will soon be living in the Village Hearth Cohousing community, to be built next year. It is a place where members of the LGBT community will be welcome among their peers and allies. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

How LGBT elders and their advocates are keeping the closet door open in retirement

September 25, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED September 25, 2017 09:41 PM

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