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Houston Voice, July 2, 2004 - File 014. 2004-07-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 14, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2139/show/2123.

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(2004-07-02). Houston Voice, July 2, 2004 - File 014. Montrose Voice. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2139/show/2123

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Title Houston Voice, July 2, 2004
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date July 2, 2004
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE www.houstonvoice.com I on the record JULY 2, 2004 13 "There will be a purge on God's orders, and evil will be eliminated like shadows. Gays will be eliminated, the three Israels will unite. If not, then they will be burned." Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church, which owns the Washington Times, at a ceremony in a Senate office building in the presence of several members of Congress who said they were duped into attending; Moon's speech was given in Korean and later translated (Washington Post, June 23) "How do gay people make love? How? You may know. Even animals don't do this.... We must end the false viewpoint of human rights that is promoting homosexuality" Rev. Sun Myung Moon, at the Washington, D.C, ceremony, speaking in Korean but later translated into English (Washington Post, June 23) "Sodomite Eye for the Man Righteous Before the Lord" Title suggested by satirist Rob Kutnerfor a TV show identical to Bravo s "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy " except inspired by the success of the "Left Behind " religious novels and "Passion of the Christ"; Kutner imagined that each episode would end "with the Fab Five being stoned to death " (New York Times, June 24) "Acting is no longer about lying. It's now about revealing the truth. People are at ease with me now." Gay actor Sir Ian McKellan at the Cannes Film Festival on why he would never have become an international film star if he had not come out (Times of London, June 14) "The breakdown of the family over the past 35 years is one of the root causes of some of our society's most intractable social problems: criminal activity, illegitimacy and the cyclical nature of poverty." Jack Ryan, GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate in Illinois, on why he supports a Federal Marriage Amendment and opposes civil unions and domestic partner registries; Ryan withdrew from the race this week after it was discovered that his ex-wife alleged in divorce proceedings that he forced her to go to sex clubs with him and pressured her to have sex in front of other people (www.jackryan2004.com) "Does your candidate support gay marriage?" Signs held up by volunteers for independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader at a Washington state Gay Pride event gathering signatures to put Nader's name on the state's November ballot (Washington Post, June 28) "It wasn't a horrible weekend. The gays and Christians didn't help us, but our local regular customers and the Midtown party crowd kept coming in." Sue Morgan, marketing director for the Cheetah strip club in Atlanta, on the effect of having the annual Gay Pride festival and the Christian Mega Fest the same weekend ("Peachbuzz, "Atlanta Journal Constitution, June 30) "Here are my standards: I refuse to pose nude, I refuse to do nude scenes, and I refuse to ever actually be nude." Lesbian talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, asked in the tongue-in-cheek feature "The Last Word" whether she "lived up to a standard" (Details Magazine, June/July issue) "Who all's a bottom here today?" Janet Jackson, on stage during a surprise appearance at the Dance 18 event at the Chelsea Piers as part of New York's Gay Pride festival (June 27) Call lor detail Some restrictions apply. * haniniii: li'/tmtjii. * InmUiis. * hirt. W/iijijini •;iiJL LiiuJuniyn. * hrusir. * lilt FtDAtSL * l-yiiDi. * Liit Iwuit li'/uuj. Frnii'iii ItiTuuifti! i raftjiui * Yum. ♦Mijjjiiii.Ll'-jl, * uitij luii'uiJiuL * Kmiugtt. tranini * itjiiimiiiL mTraiiiiiiL * liiiu.-junij Ditiijiiji!,' 4ML Milam Si. foousior. Til L14-HS22 ww«..Fmi{JSSL)iClians£.cc LuuateC bctwcci. Richmond £. Alabamc ir iTiumru'Ji * Psycbic Reader S ■¥■ * Advisor * J SUFFERING? DEPRESSED? J -^t- ■ Specializing in business -^t ^ * Reuniting Loved Ones & Money w • Ms. Elaine Will Advise you wisely & ^ Explain My and Wilt Give You Peace of Mind. . rmri3HM*ffi-vr*m.J3ttJU rttME-BM FTOS * * M-tOMBiS] » tOURS WTIM. 713.520.1042 4714 Tannin St. j $5.66 Special * * ¥ Former Elected State District Attorney, 3rd. 3ist. <* -ormer stated bounty Attorney, Anderson County Ties Ml o ?ovoKe 3"ODation * Motions to Adjudicate 3--oDation ¥ Occupational Onvers I ifwu * Vi!is & P'ooate ■** Auto Accident
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