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Houston Voice, June 25, 2004 - File 024. 2004-06-25. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 15, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/7279/show/7253.

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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.lioustonvoice.com JUNE 25, 2004 23 CI ISH There's a Fine Line Between Telling the Truth and Talking Trash Quibbling with Genre's 'most horrible' roster while singer Sophie B. Hawkins quibbles at pride event. Reworking 'the list' DANNY T, JR S. JIM A Present $rMCH $©y$ 1WUJ.S 03 Vol II July 17th THE "15 MOST HORRIBLE LIST" IN the .Tune issue of the gay glossy GENRE is supposed to be 15 issues and people that are causing the most harm to gay men. But some of the entries just don't make sense. TOM CRUISE is on the list for suing people who say he's gay. How 2003. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee JOHN KERRY is on the list for not supporting gay marriage. Even if Kerry was Satan, his view of marriage would still be more inclusive than GEORGE W BUSH, who also made the list. Supreme Court Justice ANTONIN SCALIA is also on the list for writing the dissenting opinion in Lawrence v. Texas, the case that last year struck down the nation's remaining sodomy laws. The '"Queer Eye' wardrobe department" is on the list for the way CARSON KRESSLEY dresses. In fact, Carson is a big boy and dresses himself, no matter how badly. Also on the list is "mothers of closeted celebrities." Huh? IF THE LIST WERE UP TO US, WE'D make some changes. Let's keep Bush, POPE JOHN PAUL II, lesbian MARY CHENEY, American Family Association's DONALD WILDMON, Positive Alternatives to Homosexuality head ARTHUR GOLDBERG and the drug crystal meth. But cut the rest for some better options: Santorum: Both the homophobic senator from Penn and gay columnist DAN SAVAGE'S definition. If you don't know about the latter, check out www.spread- ingsantorum.com. 'The Down Low': OPRAH WINFREY finally pays attention to gay issues, and it's for closet cases. DAVID GEST: Look what that man did to LIZA! 50 CENT: Why are they still playing this homophobic rapper at gay clubs? Gay Clones: Why do so many boys get the same tattoos, listen to the same music and wear the same clothes? And let's not forget two more "most horrible" slights to the gay world: unsup- portive parents of gay offspring and bare- backing. 50 Cent Sophie's choice Another of Dish's spies reports some backstage drama thanks to "omnisexual" singer SOPHIE B. HAWKINS. While est Hous Beach, Galveston ommador on the Beach Dish would spare Carson Kressley from the most horrible' list in lieu of the likes of Santorum — both kinds. performing at a recent Gay Pride celebration in Washington, D.C, Hawkins mishandled some miscommunication. Hawkins' manager told her she would play for an hour. Pride organizers only wanted her to play 20 minutes, the average length of any performance at the event. When Hawkins was told about the discrepancy, she wasn't pleased. Apparently, the singer had some choice words for organizers and even took her anger to the stage. "They're cutting my act short, and I'm the headliner. This is fucked up!" she reportedly said. After performing her hit song "Damn 1 Wish I Was Your Lover," Hawkins dropped her microphone on the stage and flashed her middle finger at the crowd and organizers backstage. A Hawkins spokesperson didn't respond to requests for comment about the incident. Of course the miscommunication is unfortunate, but how unprofessional to air your dirty laundry in public. And at Pride, no less. Maybe we need to add Hawkins to the "most horrible" list. Send comments, suggestions to Sophie B. Hawkins van • Open 12 Noon -2; UNDERCURRENT •4ESDAYS 10PM: We£ ?? - Expect the Unexpected THURSDAYS 9PM ram with DJ TELEPORT JULY 4TH: sn, Pool, & Firew JULY 17TH: s Balls 04 V in July Wee^ JULY 24TH: i lias Eve Pajama F US your Stuffed E JULY 25TH: ,as Dinner, RSVP HAPPY HOURS: 12 NOON - 8PM PARTY TIL 2AM SPECIAL EUEIMTS HOSTING DAILY DRNK SPECIALS POOL, HOT MEN, DANCE FLOOR UPPER & LOWER SON DECKS 3102 Seawall • GaluesGon, Texas • 409-750-8571 undercurrentgatveston.com Stonewall Democrats of Houston Defending your GLBT rights CALL 713.854.8773 lXst<rilio(Ktonvoice.com RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Have you been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression) and are feeling depressed? The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is conducting a research study in the Clear Lake area for individuals diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression). You may qualify for a research study if you suffer from such symptoms as: • Feeling sad or blue most of the time • Feelings of worthlessness or hopelessness • Excessive or inappropriate guilt • Changes in appetite and weight • Sleeping too much or too little • Lack of energy or fatigue • Trouble concentrating Eligible participants will receive study related office visits, study medication, and laboratory tests at no cost. For more information, please call 1-866-780-6663. All calls will be kept confidential. va UTMB Behavioral Health Research Center i'mh ol fe\&\ WviK-.il Branch
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