This chapter draws on attention to the locational dimensions of LGB ageing. It explores the issues of ethnic and religious difference in the OLGB studies. The chapter demonstrates how ageing and sexuality intersect in relation to a range of locations: the body, especially that body within the LGBT community and commercial spaces; ageing sexualities at home and in institutionalised residential housing; and ageing sexualities and ethnicity. For instance, ageing and sexuality may intersect with gender such that potential marginalisation associated with the former is overcome by recourse to the latter: an older gay man who is embedded in a vibrant LGBT community may have more choices in later life than an older lesbian who is not; the experiences of older bisexual people may be different still. The emergence of an identifiable LGB&T community is said to have developed alongside the emergence of modern homo- and bisexual identities and the struggle for civil rights.