Europe's first gay retirement home

What’s claimed to be Europe’s first retirement home for the LGBT community or Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgender people, has opened in Sweden.
The complex, for residents aged 55 and above, is attracting wide attention across Europe and beyond for its pioneering effort to make life as normal as possible for gay men and women.
Advocacy groups say that there is a great need for more such retirement homes because elderly gays frequently don’t have the family support structures that heterosexuals do.
From Stockholm, Malcolm Brabant reports….

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  1. I'm glad this is successful in Sweden. In the USA, there are very few of these apts being built. When they are built, they are in places like LA and NYC. The rest of the country has nothing. The waiting list are so long, they close the list.

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