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Houston Voice, June 25, 2004 - File 008. 2004-06-25. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/7279/show/7237.

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Title Houston Voice, June 25, 2004
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date June 25, 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 JUNE 25, 2004 7 national news Judge's ruling sparks more gay marriages in N.Y. NEW PALTZ, N.Y. (AP) — Nineteen more gay couples walked the aisle Saturday in another round of samesex weddings a regular event here that has become part celebration, part political statement. This Hudson Valley village became a focal point of the national gay marriage debate when Mayor Jason West wed more than two dozen same-sex couples Feb. 27. But even after the spotlight moved on, a series of ministers have married more than 160 gay couples. A pink Victorian bed and breakfast has become a sort of same-sex marriage mill on alternating Saturdays, and organizers have no plans to quit "We're basically just not going to stop until everyone's equal protection under the law is recognized," said Charles Clement, an organizer and co-owner of the LeFevre House bed and breakfast. State officials have said same-sex ceremonies violated state law. Gay marriage advocates were encouraged last week when the criminal charges against West were dismissed by a town judge on constitutional grounds. District Attorney Donald Williams is appealing that ruling. Village of New Paltz Trustee Julia Walsh marries Michelle Wood (left) 33, and Sherrelle Wolfe, 23, while Wood's son Jacob, 7 watches. (Photo by Keith Ferris/AP) Specialists discharged from U.S. military for being gay SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Newly available data shows that a number of mission-critical specialists have been discharged from the U.S. military in the last several years, according to the Center for the Study of Sexual Minorities in the Military, a research unit of the University of California, Santa Barbara. The military discharged gay men and lesbians serving in lbT different occupational specialties between 1998 and 2003, the data showed, according to the center. Under the government's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy gays can only serve in the military if they keep their sexual orientation a secret. Those discharged included 49 nuclear, biological and chemical warfare specialists; 90 nuclear power engineers; 52 missile guidance and control operators; 150 rocket, missile and other artillery specialists; and 340 infantrymen, the center stated in a press release. Among those discharged also were nearly 50 linguists dismissed since 2001, the center stated. "The new data suggest that 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' has undermined every area of the military." center director Aaron BeBtin said in the news release. "We have lost valuable talent from almost every base and every occupational speciality" Gay Ky. men who were parenting quadruplets split LEXINGTON, Ky (AP) - The gay men who were parenting quadruplets and another baby have separated amid allegations of domestic violence, according to court records. Michael Meehan had Hied a petition seeking a domestic violence order against his former partner, Thomas Dysarz. Fayette County Family Court Judge Kim Bunnell rejected the request earlier this month, saying there was "insufficient evidence" to support an order placing restrict ions on Dysarz's interaction with Meehan. The Lexington men made headlines in 2002 when they became parents to the three boys and one girl who were the biological children of Meehan and a surrogate mother, Brooke Verity of Nicholasville. A boy who was Dysarz's biological son was born in January with the same surrogate mother. Court records show separate addresses for the men. N.H. parents suing over teacher's remarks that two boys are gay BARNSTEAD, N.H. (AP) — The parents of two seventh-grade boys are suing the school district after a teacher allegedly called the boys gay lovers. The suit alleges teacher William Sheehan referred to the boys as gay lovers twice in class and told the girlfriend of one of the boys why he thought the boy was gay Further, the parents allege the school principal, Stephen O'Neil, tried to get the girl to change her story about the conversation with the teacher The parents, Stephen and Dawn Call and Nathan and Julie Cheney, say O'Neil and the school superintendent didn't do anything to the teacher after receiving complaints. The teacher's lawyer says the school offered to have the teacher apologize in class, but the parents wanted a larger, multi-class assembly for the apology Lawyer Steven Sacks called the incident a lapse in judgment. He said Sheehan made one remark "in jest." But tester Firstenberger, who is representing the parents, said the teacher made comments several times and harmed the boys emotionally Gay marriage opponents succeed in effort to put issue on Mont, ballot HELENA (AP) — Supporters of an initiative to ban gay marriages say they have gathered enough signatures to get the measures on the November ballot. The Montana Family Foundation said it collected a record number of signatures for a constitutional initiative to ban gay marriage in Montana. The foundation said it gathered just over 70,000 petition signatures in favor of Constitutional Initiative 96, The group needed to collect 41,020 signatures, including signatures from 10 percent of the registered voters in 28 of the state's SB O >unties. F( mndation president Rep. Jeff Laszloffy (R-Laurel) said support for the proposed constitutional ban has been overwhelming. 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