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Houston Voice, No. 1183, June 27, 2003
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Houston Voice, No. 1183, June 27, 2003 - File 015. 2003-06-27. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 14, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/721/show/686.

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(2003-06-27). Houston Voice, No. 1183, June 27, 2003 - File 015. Montrose Voice. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/721/show/686

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Title Houston Voice, No. 1183, June 27, 2003
Contributor
  • Weaver, Penny
  • Crain, Chris
Publisher Window Media
Date June 27, 2003
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 14 JUNE 27, 2003 www.houston voice.com HOUSTON VOICE on the record I2M A|. ENS Of >E ONLINE AT ON.ORG, :ct Pride Events and al merchants. fvAOKTROSE >se akd West gray ANK $12.0 I $15.00 llCap. . $18.00: "In America in 2003. you can't say bad things about African Americans, but you can still say bad things about gays. That's where we are." Republican strategist Rich Galen, on the relatively calm reaction to the comparison of gay sex to bestiality by Republican Sen. Rick Santorum (Pa.) (immediate left), with the firestorm over former GOP leader Trent Lott's wistful view of Strom Thurmond's failed segregationist bid for the presidency (Ijjndon Guardian, June 16) "This is gay Mardi Gras; it's a day for us to be who we are. It's a party, but it's also a meaningful celebration, and for some people, it's the only time all year that they can be who they are. Jean Cenasci, a member of the Albuquerque. N.M. chapter of Parents, Families & Friends of lesbians & Gays (PFIAG), on the city's Gay Pride festival (Associated Press, June 15) '[The Smith College policy is) political correctness carried amok. I believe that we're going to see a coming generation that will curse the ground that was plowed with political correctness." Rev. Lou Sheldon, of the Traditional Values Coalition, on a vote by Smith College students to replace the pronouns "she" and "her " in the student government constitution with "the student"as a way to welcome transgendered students into the women-only school. (Associated Press. June 16) "If there was a show about attractive gay women who happened to not have their clothes on occasionally, do you think some straight men might watch?" Showtime chair and CEO Matthew Blank, on the audience for "Queer As Folk," which includes 50 percent women, most of whom are assumed to be heterosexual (Newsweek. June 23) "Les always calls me in the middle of the night and says, 'Your show is so special, it's like a Faberge egg. I can't bear to show it to anyone yet. I just want to look at it over and over and over' And he told me he was changing the title to 'My Big Fat Greek Gay Congressman.' And we'll be premiering after 'CSI: Athens.' so be sure and look for that." Gay actor Nathan Lane, reacting sarcastically to the decision by CBS president Leslie Moonves to delay by six months the premiere of Lane's new series, "Charlie Ixtwrence " (Cleveland Plain-Dealer. June 14) "Disgusting. I'm ashamed to be a London Free Press reader, I'm ashamed to be an Ontarian. I'm ashamed to be Canadian." A reader angry over a front-page photo of two men kissing, illustrating a story on the historic court ruling in Ontario opening up marriage to same-sex couples (London Free Press, London Ontario, June 14) "I would like to congratulate you and commend you. I'm 77 years old and I don't understand it. but I accept it." Another reader reacting to the same front-page photograph and coverage (London Free Press, London Ontario, June 14) The British have a system that... they call it -- 'Don't ask, don't misbehave.' I think the leaders in the [United States] Armed Forces will look at that some day." General Wesley Clark, former NATO supreme allied commander, and potential Democratic presidential candidate, on the current American policy of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" on gays in the military: asked by NBC's Tim Russert if he would look at changing the policy, Clark answered, "Absolutely." (NBC's "Meet the Press, "June 15)
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