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72-year-old Hector Zuazo used to spent a lot of around young people. But since he retired from teaching, keeping up with the younger generations of queer people has been a struggle. And that’s not surprising. Loneliness and isolation are huge problems for senior citizens. But those problems are even more pronounced for America’s 1.5 million LGBT elders, who are twice as likely to live alone, and four times less likely to have kids. To combat those statistics, one organization tried to change that by putting together an intergenerational LGBT speed mentorship pairing event this year. Zuazo was among the attendees.

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