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Authentic Living

Authentic Living

Wednesday at 1 PM Pacific

November 03rd 2010:Loving Someone Gay

We’ve heard it again and again recently, teen suicides based on bullying, particularly the bullying of someone who is or is perceived to be gay. And then we heard Joel Burns, openly gay City Councilman from Ft. Worth, Texas, in his passionate and tearful plea to gay and lesbian teens to hold on to life—don’t let bullies drive you to suicide—because it’s going to get better. Why are these children bullied? Because we don’t know yet how to receive and accept differentness. This week, we are going to be talking with someone who has struggled with and overcome issues of differentness through h

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Don Clark, PhD, was the first openly gay psychologist in the American Psychological Association. A practicing psychologist and teacher for many years, Don worried, at one point in his career, that he would lose his license to practice based on the idea that homosexuality called the moral turpitude of the practitioner into question. But he decided that the best defense was a good offense. So, he wrote the book, “Loving Someone Gay,” and began to speak openly about gay and lesbian issues. Don’s own coming out process included divorcing his wife of several years and he faced several other challenges, including the loss of several close alliances to the ravages of AIDS. But he continued his
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1304/authentic-living 20/11/2017 04:00 20/11/2017 05:00 Authentic Living https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1304/authentic-living We’ve heard it again and again recently, teen suicides based on bullying, particularly the bullying of someone who is or is perceived to be gay. And then we heard Joel Burns, openly gay City Councilman from Ft. Worth, Texas, in his passionate and tearful plea to gay and lesbian teens to hold on to life—don’t let bullies drive you to suicide—because it’s going to get better. Why are these children bullied? Because we don’t know yet how to receive and accept differentness. This week, we are going to be talking with someone who has struggled with and overcome issues of differentness through his own coming out process—the first openly gay member of the American Psychological Association, and the author of the book “Loving Someone Gay,” now in its 5th Edition. Don Clark has much to say to us about this acceptance process—one that is going to be essential to our culture if we are to survive. So, don’t miss this one. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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