Page 65

Table 5. Risks: Comparisons by Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Background Characteristics

Total Sexual orientation Lesbians Gay Men Bisexualsa Gender identity Transgender Non-transgender Gender Female Male Age 60-69 70-79 80 and older Race and Ethnicity White Hispanic African American Asian American Below 200% Poverty Level Yes No Education Some college or less 4 years of college or more Relationship status Partnered, legally recognized Partnered, not legally recognized Not married or partnered Living arrangement Living alone Living with others HIV/AIDS (men) Yes No

Discrimination Experienced - Past 12 Months Race Age % %

Abuse

Victimization

10.34

% 5.10

% 20.58

18.18 13.69 14.81

10.61 8.07 22.22*

6.25 4.34 8.33

12.50* 20.96 41.67*

46.15 33.39

38.46*‡ 14.64

26.92* 9.64

12.00 4.65

32.00 20.04

11.84 10.28

40.79* 31.31

19.08 14.02

13.16 9.11

6.16 4.62

14.38* 22.40

14.89 9.56 3.23

13.95* 2.94 0.00

36.64 29.41 19.35

17.73 10.29 12.90

13.00* 3.68 3.23

5.48 5.15 0.00

24.52* 11.76 6.25

40.38* 53.33 70.00 52.17

10.00* 18.18 33.33 9.52

3.26* 25.00 60.00 47.62

31.30 31.82 50.00 38.10

15.00 13.64 23.33 4.76

7.83* 9.09 23.33 9.52

3.71* 11.36 13.33 13.04

17.90 29.55 26.67 26.09

52.35* 40.30

15.79 11.92

14.04* 8.55

42.11* 30.05

26.32* 11.92

21.64* 5.44

7.14 3.58

32.74* 15.35

46.11 43.71

14.37 12.20

14.37* 8.54

32.76 34.15

18.39 14.63

13.22 8.78

8.52* 3.67

25.00 18.58

40.00 44.00 45.14

11.88 13.22 12.81

5.94 10.74 11.98

29.70 38.02 33.98

8.91 16.53 17.55

4.95 8.26 12.26

0.99 6.56 5.60

7.92* 22.13 23.53

44.13 43.97

13.91 11.65

11.83 8.84

34.32 33.73

16.86 14.46

12.43* 7.23

5.65 4.42

22.62 18.07

44.83 40.40

5.00 5.94

12.14 9.09

32.86 30.42

22.86* 9.79

13.57* 6.64

6.99 3.46

27.97 19.72

Orientation/Identity %

Gender %

Disability %

Poverty %

44.33

13.05

10.68

34.07

15.76

47.41 40.94 66.67*

27.27*‡ 5.13 29.63*‡

9.09 9.29 25.93*

40.91*‡ 30.81 37.04

80.77*‡ 42.21

69.23*‡ 10.54

38.46*‡ 9.46

50.32 41.89

31.58* 5.61

50.81* 28.67 27.27

Note. Pearson’s χ2 tests or Fisher’s exact tests were applied; * indicates statistically significant relationship between variables at p < .05. a Due to small sample size, we were unable to distinguish between bisexual women and men in comparisons with lesbians and gay men. ‡ Indicates that a p value remains <.05 in adjusted logistic regressions after controlling for age, income, and education; adjusted tests were applied to comparisons of sexual orientation and gender identity.

Profile for SAGE

Addressing the Needs of LGBT Older Adults in San Francisco: Recommendations for the Future  

This report examines results of a survey of more than 600 LGBT older adults in San Francisco in 2013.

Addressing the Needs of LGBT Older Adults in San Francisco: Recommendations for the Future  

This report examines results of a survey of more than 600 LGBT older adults in San Francisco in 2013.

Advertisement