If you’re a younger gay person, respect your elders, look at us and understand that you will be old someday, if you’re lucky enough to avoid dying young of some disease or accident. The older gay and trans individuals have a lot to teach, and you have a lot to learn.
Remember, we learned a lot by having to survive and cope with what we endured during the 70’s, 80's and 90's. And most importantly, everyone remember…we are STILL here, and we are STILL Queer! (Click here to read more)Read More
Rik Wallin was born as Richard Michael Knapp on November 26, 1961 in Connecticut.
He graduated from Jonathan Law High School in Milford Connecticut in 1969. He attended and graduated from Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport with a degree in Computer Programming and development of computer software... (Click here to read more)Read More
We’re all human, we’re all aging and we all need support in making our way through this crazy world!
There are too many older LGBT people in Dallas who do not have the community support they need to thrive.
Aging can be rough for anyone. But when you’re part of a marginalized, often underrepresented community — LGBTQ seniors, for instance , it can be extra tough….. (Click here to read more)Read More
I like to describe myself as a proudly visible member of the most invisible segment of our society – an LGBT Senior.
LGBTQ seniors have spent the majority of their lives experiencing discrimination and have now also lived through the incredible progress of the past 10 years.
Just take a minute and think about it…….. (Click here to read more)Read More