Text: Chen Weicheng The film "Brokeback Mountain" directed by Taiwanese director Ang Lee in 2005 is sure to be impressive! Because of their work, the two cowboys developed an inextricable but extremely painful relationship in the conservative village. Their deep and sadistic feelings all broke the hearts of the audience. But readers, have you ever thought about what problems would have happened if they were really together at the time and grew old together? In May 2019, the " Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 748 Interpretation and Implementation Law " promulgated by the President made Taiwan the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage, and also announced to the world Taiwan's protection and support for multiculturalism. .
The social atmosphere is gradually opening up, and more and more people are willing to express their true sexual orientation. No matter what kind of sexual orientation they are, they should be respected by everyone and guaranteed by the country. Under the relatively free social atmosphere in Taiwan; it is conceivable that What is known is that in the future wedding photo retouching services there will be more brave people expressing themselves to society. There are many challenges that follow. In the future, Taiwanese society will also face the aging of this group of sexual minorities. It is conceivable that the medical system and long-term care system required by the LGBT elders will be different from The general elderly,
so the author wants to make a beginning here to let everyone start to realize and try to discuss related issues. At the beginning, the term LGBT is introduced. Each letter represents an ethnic group, namely lesbian (Lesbian), gay (Gay), bisexual (Bisexaul), transgender (Transgender). Some people may wish to use LGBT+ to present, but since almost all current academic research uses LGBT to represent all non-heterosexual groups, today I will use the current mainstream terms to introduce the next content. Today, I will use the retrospective study of Dr. Davies et al. (2006) as the main axis to introduce several issues related to LGBT aging.