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Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977 - Page 2. May 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 27, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1393/show/1375.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977
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Date May 1977
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  • Feminism
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Transcript ink Times : of all it is my pleasure to congratulate you on a fine lis one that has helped a lot of us when we needed it most ly the subject of this letter is not pleasant, but it is enough to have motivated this "inactive feminist" into The Old Plantation (formerly the Bayou Landing) discriminates against gay women. f^CT: The Old Plantation is a violent place. it me ill us tin was in [of the loc ind Lynn's go to the :on-the Old ^member the read 1n PBT , I wore co , off we we men and a ;ed for $1 ap ihown. The d I was refused rD^was enough 1 Plantation! W car. When I p Jiad been physicall ising profanity. :urred. It left irwise enjoyabl My purpose i it of action by ready played tha ;i tude won ' t cha r j n t a t i o n are run <fon't know about heref. This is a is for mysel f, her 1. ) Stay ou 2.) Advise 3 . ) R e c o n s i homosex trate with an e town. My frie al bars. We we and had a great bar advertised Plantation. dress code has that the restr rduroy pants in nt. There was couple of wel1 - iece. They got oorman grimaced admittance for egal identifica ell, we could s ulled up front, y thrown out by There was reall a really bad t e evening. n relating this the Old Plantat t lip service g nge. The rumor by organized c organized--but serious s i t u a t i e's what I'm go t of the Old PI every woman I k der my bli nd po uali ty. xample. Friday, April 14th, a friend nd Barbara and I offered to take her nt to Our Place, The Lampost, and time. Our friend expressed a de- in This Week In Texas as the "#1 bar" si es i c t i o stead a Tin dress no h at t a "d ti on ee th I fo the y no aste from ns ha of j e at ed an assl e he si amage for t e sta und o doorm reaso in ou the Old d been eans an the doo d made s , no q ght of d" Texa he poli eked de ut that an. Sh n for v r mouth Pla rel a d , w r, a up 1 uest me, s Op ce, ck s my e wa iol e s an n t a t i o n xed. J ith som nd I wa a d i e s w ions, n demande erator' but not o I wen fri end sn't dr nee, bu d r u i n e before? ust to e m i s - tched as ere o ID's d $1 and s License for the t to get Patty unk or t it d an to you is not to encourage some ion to change their policies — they've ame and it is obvious that their s that the Bayou and now the Old rime have always been around. Well there's plenty of crime going on on. My purpose is to spread the word i ng to do: a n t a t i o n . now of the situation there, litical alliances based solely on Hopefully this tTi 11 generate some discussion and help prevent unpleasant experiences. Thank you for your time and here's my [or continued good luck with PBT. -Ka£hy H. Pointblcz JtM^£mes fl