Ageing and bisexuality Case studies from the ‘Looking Both Ways’ project
Ageing and bisexuality Case studies from the ‘Looking Both Ways’ projectUploaded by Paul Ross, 28/11/16 15:53 Looking Both Ways was a research project exploring the experiences of people with bisexual identities or bisexual relationship histories as they grow older. Twelve people (aged 51 to 83) living in England took part in interviews between 2013 and 2015.2 Half of them identified as bisexual and half did not but had bisexual relationship histories. From these interviews we developed case studies which set out life stories, concerns and support needs in later life. This report provides the case studies and explains the context in which they were
created. Details of other, more academic, outputs from the project can be obtained from the authors. For more
information about bisexuality or about LGBT ageing in general, see the resources list at the end of this report.