By Lou Drendel
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You want to take a breath and a half after you hear a question before you rattle off the answer. A breath and a half. Otherwise, you seem impatient, and it seems condescending. ” Noahleen’s hands were busy with the iron. She talked while she watched the shirt, making sure that she worked from one end to the other so that she would not iron herself into a corner. Clay sipped coffee in his slacks and undershirt, taking notes on an index card as she talked. ” he asked. “Pretend it’s not,” she replied.
How they would affect his future employment. What her family would say. She had never even spoken to her parents about the fact that she had been involved exclusively with women all through high school. How could he ask her to advocate for him, when she had never really come out of her own closet? More importantly, how could he split his attention between advocating for his needs as a person with autism and standing up for his right to wear whatever he wanted, no matter what anyone else thought?
How did that happen? Clay did not necessarily feel like Dr. Williams was his enemy, but he did feel like policies that created this much discomfort for him were wrong policies. Since she was benefitting from them, and even helping to perpetuate them, it was hard to see her as an ally. That left her in the same kind of wary middle ground that he put strangers on the street into, except that he was supposed to be seeing her for treatment. Could he trust the treatment? Even if it was recommended by an underqualified person who was taking advantage of bad policies?
Air War Over Southeast Asia: A Pictorial Record Vol. 1, 1962-1966 by Lou Drendel