This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book discusses the lives of older Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual (LGB) people have only fairly recently become the focus of academic study, social policies and practitioner interventions that is, made into a visible group for research and/or intervention. It demonstrates how gender, social class, ethnicity, embodiment and geographical location intersected amongst the participants in the OLGB studies to produce considerable variation in how their ageing sexualities were experienced and lived out in everyday life. The book shows how people will assess a medical or other health-related situation before deciding to reveal their sexual identity to a professional. It draws on insights from Queer Theory, Symbolic Interactionism, Conversation Analysis and Membership Categorisation Analysis. The older lesbian, gay and/or bisexual people are situated at the intersection of a range of identities, social divisions, inequalities and contexts, both social and institutional.