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Being Bisexual in the Counseling Professions: Deconstructing Heterosexism
Being bisexual in the counseling professions: Deconstructing heterosexism
Julia C.PhillipsThe University of Akron

In preparing to write this narrative, I have felt myriad emotions. I am proud to have been asked to do so. I am nervous about what people will think. I am hopeful that I have something to say: something that will contribute uniquely to the ongoing development of the field of counseling, as one that truly understands diversity issues, not only on an intellectual level but on an emotional one as well. The field has been enormously facilitative of my identity development in the context of my heterosexist upbringing. Still, heterosexism in the counseling profession contributes to the artificial dichotomization of sexual orientation, which has been ...

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