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James M. Croteau, Julianne S. Lark & Teresa S. Lance

In: Deconstructing Heterosexism in the Counseling Professions: A Narrative Approach

Chapter 1: Our Stories Will Be Told: Deconstructing the Heterosexist Discourse in the Counseling Professions

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Our Stories Will Be Told: Deconstructing the Heterosexist Discourse in the Counseling Professions
Our stories will be told: Deconstructing the heterosexist discourse in the counseling professions
James M.CroteauWestern Michigan UniversityJulianne S.LarkIndependent Practice, Kalamazoo, MITeresa S.LanceWestern Michigan University

It has now been 25 years since homosexuality has been removed from a diagnostic category of mental illness. How much longer will it take to explore LGB issues as natural forms of human diversity worthy of study and professional support?

—Douce, 1998, p. 777

But every memoir now is a kind of manifesto, as we piece together the tale of the tribe. Our stories have died with us long enough. We mean to leave behind some map, some key, for thegay and lesbian people who follow—that they may not drown in ...

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