Managing heteronormativity and homonegativity in athletic training: in and beyond the classroom.

  title={Managing heteronormativity and homonegativity in athletic training: in and beyond the classroom.},
  author={Suanne S Maurer-Starks and Heather L Clemons and Shannon L Whalen},
  journal={Journal of athletic training},
  volume={43 3},
CONTEXT As an allied health professional working in various settings, an athletic trainer (AT) is responsible for the health care of a highly diverse population. More often than not, this diversity is defined by the visible, such as race or sex. However, diversity encompasses many more variables than these observable factors and includes sexual orientation. Efforts have been made to educate ATs about issues related to sex and race; however, sexual orientation typically has not been addressed… CONTINUE READING

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