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Older gay men in Cork City are optimistic about ageing

The Gay Project experience much lower levels of loneliness and isolation,” says Michael O Donnell.The research was carried out by UCC Occupational therapy fourth-year student Joy Kelleher and supervised by Professor Jeanne Jackson, as part of a Community Academic Research Links (UCC) partnership with The Gay Project – an organisation that works with Gay, Bi+, Trans and Queer Men in Cork.“The sample size was small and highlights the need for larger-scale research in related areas but we are very gratified to find that for our community members, engaging with The Gay Project is clearly having a positive outcome,” says Michael.On foot of the study The Gay Project is initiating two new projects; a series of workshops for gay men exploring ‘life.

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