The psychological community has a contentious history with the LGBTQ+ community, but we've begun a process of amends. It wasn't that long ago that the DSM, The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, deemed homosexuality as a "psychiatric disorder." In 1973, the APA ruled in a historic moment that being gay was no longer a psychiatric illness, stating, "Clearly homosexuality per se does not meet these requirements: Many homosexuals are satisfied with their sexual orientation and demonstrate no generalized impairment." It wouldn't be until 1987 that it was fully removed from the DSM, and one Psychology Today author describes the history of this quite succinctly. … [Read more...] about What Does “Queering Psychology” Mean?
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No one really knows what the intimate nature of that relationship was. Works by author Les Daniels (e.g., Daniels, 2004) popularized the idea that it was polyamorous, with Bill fathering children by both Elizabeth and Olive. It is unclear how Daniels would have known this for sure. When asked about this later in life, William and Elizabeth's son Pete either would say that the adults had their part of the house, the kids had theirs, and the kids did not know what went on over there, or would scoff with "Who cares? Why do you want to know that?" In my conversations with Pete, I never went there. He did tell me that Bill and Betty (Elizabeth) worked, while Dotsie (Olive) raised the kids. The Marstons legally adopted both of Olive's children, but that was only a legality. She was an equal partner, fully a parental authority to all their children. … [Read more...] about The “True Story” of Wonder Woman’s Marston Ménage à Trois