They survived the HIV crisis. Now New York’s aging gay population is confronting another plague.

Diedra Nottingham at a SAGE organization senior living center Tuesday in Brooklyn. (Bryan Anselm/for The Washington Post)

By Richard Morgan and Jada Yuan

NEW YORK — Alone again, Diedra Nottingham spends her days flipping through photo albums of dead friends. She hasn’t left home for weeks, fearing “death by touch,” she said.


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