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miércoles, 28 de diciembre de 2016

For LGBT People In Rural Areas, A Tough Transition To Retired Life

For LGBT People In Rural Areas, A Tough Transition To Retired Life
Moving to an assisted-care facility can be tough on anyone - but especially LGBT people in rural areas. Sometimes, they go back into the closet. Valley Public Radio's Ezra David Romero reports from Fresno, Calif. EZRA DAVID ROMERO, BYLINE: In early 2016, Van Vanlandingham had major surgery. For almost three months, the 68-year-old lived in a nursing home in the tiny, central-California town of Lindsay. During that time, various staff members kept asking him for his wife's name.