'Loving Someone Gay helps families and friends confront their own prejudices and confusion and build .
'Loving Someone Gay helps families and friends confront their own prejudices and confusion and build new, open, and ultimately more meaningful relationships. Don Clark, a clinical psychologist, covers a variety of topics from what it means to be gay and how this affects the development of a gay person, to building support networks and community for gay people, and detailed information for professionals in the community on how they can support and assist gay people.
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Loving Someone Gay by. Donald H. Clark, Don Clark
Loving Someone Gay by. Clark, Don Clark.
Loving someone gay. by. Clark, Donald . 1930-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).
LOVING SOMEONE GAY remains the most comprehensive profile of positive gay identity in print, offering courageous support and compassionate guidance for gay men and lesbians and the friends and families who love them. With gay marriage making headlines across the nation. LOVING SOMONE GAY is perhaps more relevant-and needed than ever. Dr. Don Clark brought the first truly positive profile of gay identity to a general audience and contributed to the groundswell of the gay rights movement.
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He has said: ''In this age of global misunderstanding in which we see old habits of prejudice and bigotry coming into question finally, the world cries out for communication and empathy. The time has come for any person who believes she or he is rational to offer a helping hand to a gay sister or brother, here or there, known or unknown. Previously unquestioned rules are changing. No person is free to dare to be exactly who she or he is until that person is willing to offer understanding, respect and affection to the gay person who yearns only for that same freedom.''
With this latest updated edition of his famous book, Dr. Clark shines a clear light into our future in the twenty-first century.