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Houston Voice, June 24, 2005 - File 023. 2005-06-24. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 17, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3815/show/3792.

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Title Houston Voice, June 24, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date June 24, 2005
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 22 JUNE 24.2005 I dish www.houstonvoice.com HOUSTON VOICE There's a Fine Line Between Telling the Truth and Talking Trash "Lush, Sensual and exuberantly clever! A rare treat. A brilliant ode to the creative power of infatuation.' "**•*! a risky affair! Wonderfully realized. The kind of magic that happens when two people get lost in each other" cUnn. ««aji, Premiere • "An utterly lovely film!" A.O. Sarft. tlitUna Jjork Simts -«, "Thrilling and deliriously charged! Captures a powerful sense of intoxication." Bruce Htndy, VANITY FAIR Awards & monuments Janet's new trophy, Toronto sports Wood, and porn gets 'Dangerous' Less than a week after MICHAEL JACKSON was acquitted on child molestation charges in a California court, his sister, gay icon JANET JACKSON, was accepting a much less dubious honor in the same state. The Human Rights Campaign gave Miss Jackson-If-You're-Nasty its Humanitarian Award for her fund-raising efforts and large contributions to HIV/AIDS organizations over the past several years. "My family and I have just gone through the least humorous chapter of our lives," she said after being introduced by gay actor ALAN CUMMING at Los Angeles' Beverly Hilton Hotel. "I'm going to leave the jokes to the late-night [comics], if that's OK." Jackson was as sincere in her attitude as she was fierce in her black-and-white attire. "Thank you so much," she said. "I'm so grateful for this honor. I couldn't be happier standing before each and every one of you. I feel a deep and abiding kinship with your cause. It feels absolutely wonderful to be recognized by people who aim to spread love." She also had a message for making this a better (rhythm) nation. "Acceptance is right. Kindness is right. Love is right," she said. "I pray, right now, that we're moving into a kinder time when prejudice is overcome by understanding; when narrow- mindedness, and narrow-minded bigotry is overwhelmed by open-hearted empathy; when the pain of judgemen- tailsm is replaced by the purity of love." Toronto's wood-y The latest erection in Toronto's gay neighborhood is drawing ire from conservative critics. At the end of May, the city of Toronto and the Church-Wellesley Village Business Improvement Area unveiled a $160,000,13- foot granite and bronze statue of Alexander Wood, a 19th century gay hero who had originally owned the land where the city's gay neighborhood now stands. According to history, Wood, a local magistrate, was called in 1810 when a woman accused a man of rape. The victim said she scratched the perpetrator's genitals. So. like any good private dick, Wood lined up all the suspects, told them to drop their pants, and inspected their parts to find the scratch. After doing so. the locals branded him a "molly," a derogative term for gay men, and drove him out of town. They later Alexander Wood Janet Jackson didn't suffer any malfunctions when accepting an award for her AIDS fund-raising efforts from the Human Rights Campaign last week. (Photo by Mark J. Terrill/AP) called the area of land he owned "Molly Wood's Bush." The statue, by sculptor Del Newbig- ging, shows a dapper-looking Wood, but the statue's base includes a bronze bas- relief of Wood kneeling in front of a bare-assed man "investigating" him. According to Reuters, some critics think the image is inappropriate. Many have defended the statue and have even made the offensive part more noticeable. The perpetrator's behind in the bas-relief is now shiny, since many in the gay-borhood have taken to rubbing the bum's bum for good luck. First knight Dish has a new crush, but, as usual, it's on someone unattainable. This time it's porn hottie WILFRIED KNIGHT, one of the stars of porn impresario •MICHAEL LUCAS' Dangerous Liaisons." Released last week, the huge- budget, 160-minute film is a retelling of the 1782 novel "Les Liaisons Wilfried Knight Dangereauses" (which became the 1988 movie "Dangerous Liaisons") set in the modern New York fashion world. If it wasn't enough to have stars like Knight, Lucas, GUS MATTOX, KENT LARSON and former D.C. resident OWEN HAWK, the film also sports cameos by drag queens RuPAUL, AMANDA LEPORE and LADY BUNNY. If you shell out the $59.95 to buy the film in a video store near you, you'll only get the movie. However, you can save $10 and get the special two-disc DVD set at www.lucasentertainment.com. Send comments, suggestions to Dish@houstonvoice.com
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