The needs of LGBTQ individuals are dynamic and continually evolving, and so too must counselors’ awareness of best practices for engaging in critical and effective allyship with, and on behalf of, these as-yet marginalized communities. The next phase in conceptualizing LGBTQ allyship must incorporate the experiences of multiply marginalized LGBTQ people, including transgender and gender-nonbinary people and LGBTQ people of color. Modes for critique and action based on the LGBTQ ally paradigm will be discussed.
Old Dominion University
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