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Houston Voice, No. 1183, June 27, 2003 - File 020. 2003-06-27. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/721/show/691.

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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
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE www.houston voice.com JUNE 27, 2003 19 il There's a Fine Line Between Telling the Truth and Talking Trash Former conservative publisher trades holier-than-thou image for role as porn star Sam Tyson. From 'Hero' to porn star REMEMBER HERO MAGAZINE? IT was that conservative gay men's publication that had a strict policy against adult content. Hero was geared toward men in committed relationships and had a general "we're gay, but we're so normal" flavor. In late 2001, the magazine closed its doors for good after three years in operation. The publisher told Press Pass Q, an electronic newsletter about the gay media, that a weakening economy and a drop in ad sales after the Sept. 11 attacks caused the magazine's downfall. Ironically Genre magazine now reports that SAM FRANCIS, one of the co-founders of Hero, became SAM TYSON — a gay porn star. Co-star of such movies as "Goldenrod" and "The Hole," Tyson apparently is one of the hot stars on the rise in the adult film industry "[HeroJ really served a market of men who felt alienated from the heavily sexual vibe of other gay men's magazines," Tyson said in an interview with Unzipped.net, a porn magazine. Tyson said there was always a part of him that wanted to do what he's doing now. "It existed even before I came out," he noted. "But back then I was too ashamed and too afraid. So this part of me — the sexual energy in me — was just held back." LESBIAN MEDIA BIGWIG HILARY ROSEN joins CNBC Aug. 1 as a regular commentator on the "Capital Report," "Power Lunch" and "Squawk Box" programs after leaving her job and $1 million annual salary this week as chair of the Recording Industry Association of America. Rosen, the life partner of Human Rights Campaign Executive Director ELIZABETH BIRCH, came under fire as a spokesperson for the RIAA as illegal file-sharing made it easy for anyone with Internet access to download music online without bothering to buy CDs. "I really like the perspective of CNBC and the way they communicate with an audience whom they expect to be knowledgeable ^ and sophisticated about issues," Rosen told the Washington Post. "So I don't feel like I'm entering show business." Rosen and Birch announced earlier this year that they are leaving their full- time posts to spend more time with their children. Birch's tenure at HRC ends in December. Hilary Rosen Porn star Sam Tyson was formerly know as Sam Francis, who founded the now-defunct Hero magazine, which catered to conservative gay men. (Photo courtesy of Badpuppy.com) MAER ROSHAN. THE GAY EDITOR of Radar magazine, is having a bad time. In May someone sent a box of human excrement to his New York office and claimed the messy missive was from rap executive SUGE KNIGHT, the New York Post's Page Six reports. Roshan named Knight as one of the "celebrity monsters" profiled in Radar's debut issue. Knight's handler told the paper he did not send the package to Roshan. But in the July issue of Stuff Magazine, a Maxim knockoff headed by editor GREG GUTFELD, a cor- Maer Roshan rection ran saying, "In May, we sent a package of excrement to [Roshan], Turns out, he had asked us to send it to his home address." Gutfeld is claiming the correction was a joke, but Roshan is skeptical. "I received a box of shit from 'Siige Knight' which later turnei the, uh, handiwork of [Gutfc Roshan said in the online magazine Black Table. "I thought it was one of his more impressive accomplishments as an editor." Ouch. "If you have to asKfyou'snouicln't come" Mature Audiences - Strong Language - Nudity written bv Robert Chesley Directed by Joe Watts Starring Brett Cullum & Glen Fillmore Through JU1Y 12th • Fridays and Saturdays Curtain: 8PM • Tickets: $20 • Reservations 713-522-2204 M.l.tWJ.Ia.l 1*415 California St. Houston, Texas 77006 ^ TASTE OF MEXICO OPEN 24 HRS. EXCEPT TUES/WED NIGHTS CLOSE 3AM-6AM 813 RICHMOND AVE. • 1 BLK E OF MONTROSE 713.522.2365 SPECIAL OF THE MONTH • 1.99 FROZEN MARGARITAS •1.99 HUEVOS RANCHEROS TREAT YOUR SELF TO OUR ORIGINAL MEXICAN FOOD. ALWAYS FRESH. AT AFFORABLE PRICES TO GO ORDERS WELCOME: 713-522-2365. BEST TAMALES • QUESADILLAS MENUDO • FAJITAS • CALDOS AWARD WINNING MARGARITAS CHAPULTEPEC - WHERE EVERYONE IS BEAUTIFUL I© Send comments, suggestions to editor@huostonvoice.com. Experie ce *-:• Sple dor of V>BVANAS 3939 Montrose Cuisine of 713.526.7900 • Lunch Buffet 11am- • Dinner 5pm - 10pm • Sunday Special: Bottomless Mimosas and Belinis All Day! OPEN EVERY DAY 2pm mm^mWa\ ■^■b
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