Genderism in the LGBTQQIA Community: Implications for Counselors
Binary ways of thinking about gender and affectional orientation permeate broader society—male-female, woman-man, gay-straight, to name a few. Such binary thought may even contribute to further marginalization within, among, and between individuals of the LGBTQQIAA2P community. The presenters of this roundtable will share findings of their study of genderism in the LGBTQQIAA2P community and facilitate discussion of the themes with implications for counselors, counselor educators, and clinical supervisors.
Farmer, Laura; and Byrd, Rebekah J.. 2016. Genderism in the LGBTQQIA Community: Implications for Counselors. 30-minute roundtable session. Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association, Montreal, Canada. http://www.counseling.org/docs/default-source/conference/pg-final-(lores).pdf?sfvrsn=2
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