The role of the gay/lesbian person in the deaf culture and communication problems which contribute to or interfere with self acceptance as well as family or community acceptance are the focal points for this article. Changes that have been made in the deaf culture and in the culture at large in respect to sexual identity issues and the comparison of communities (deaf to gay/lesbian) are also outlined. Although not addressing very aspect of the issues surrounding the deaf, gay/lesbian client, this article provides suggestions for counselors and others who may be confronted with these issues.
Langholtz, D. J., & Rendon, M. E. (2019). The Deaf Gay/Lesbian Client: Some Perspectives. JADARA, 25(3). Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/vol25/iss3/8