Sexual Violence, Elder Abuse, and Sexuality of Transgender Adults, Age 50+: Results of Three Surveys

@article{CookDaniels2010SexualVE,
  title={Sexual Violence, Elder Abuse, and Sexuality of Transgender Adults, Age 50+: Results of Three Surveys},
  author={Loree Cook-Daniels and Michael Munson},
  journal={Journal of GLBT Family Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={6},
  pages={142 - 177}
}
Relatively little is known about the lives of transgender people once they are through their gender transition. Even less is known about transgender elders, either those who transitioned many decades ago and now have grown older or those who are transitioning in mid- or later-life. This article reports on the findings of three online surveys of transgender adults age 50 years and older on three topics: sexual violence, elder abuse, and sexuality. Sexual violence and elder abuse had been… 

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