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Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977 - Page 4. May 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 24, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1393/show/1377.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977
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Date May 1977
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Women
  • Feminism
  • Lesbians
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  • Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript Gloom Over Miami A Simple Song of Backlash When the Met to consider an ame they were greeted GOD SAYS NO. WHO The amendmen or sexual preferen ordinance. The vo Coral Gables guished himself in from local theater minded view: "Horn in their bedroom, Brake, who v petition drive to The law required 1 by referendum. In early Mar They had collected In middle Ma June 7th, at a cos repeal and at 1eas to repeal. ropolitan Dade County Commi ndment to an already existi at 7:30 a.m. by fundamental ARE YOU TO SAY DIFFERENT? t, which prohibits discrimi ce, passed and was included te was 5-3. Commissioner Robert Brake, Florida politics by trying st was magnanimous in expre osexuals are perfectly free in their privacy, and take oted against the civil righ bring the Commission vote t 0,000 signatures to reconsi ch, Save Our Children, Inc. 64,304 signatures, rch, the Commission voted t t of $400,000. Their only t 3 of the pro civil rights ssion met last January 18th ng civil rights ordinance, ists who carried signs: nation based on affectional in the civil rights who had earlier distinto ban the film Woodstock ssing his own broad- to go into their closets, care of themselves there." ts of gays, organized a o a county-wide referendum, der any Commission vote turned in their petitions. o hold a referendum on alternative was immediate Commissioners refused Save Our Children, Inc. was formed in Jan singer Anita Bryant, and Rabbi Phineas Weberman as the mouthpiece, and a big one at that, the o what New Times magazine calls "the Vampire theo a sort of Rosemary's baby approach to gays whic that homosexuals must actively and sexually "re order to survive. Anita, who evidently cut several biology pounds the theory best: "I know that homosexua reproduce children; therefore they must recruit Bryant and Brake ran a full-page ad in th called for repeal of "the dangerous homosexual and announced that homosexuality, throughout hi countered "with disdain, abhorrence, disgust—e uary by Robert Brake, With Bryant acting rganization put forth ry of homosexuality," h is based upon the idea c r u i t" children in classes in school, ex- Is, biologically, cannot our children." e Miami Herald which recruitment ordinance" story, has been ven death." of pro can ora act my rig i n nee ChY Het cal #. Gays Bryant' s ducer ca eel 1ed a n g e j u i c i v i t i e s , career," ht to wo Meanw droves . ei ved so i s t i a n s erosexua Is from acros new ncel 1 sche e boy went Brya rk. hile, One many that Is al homos nation wrote angry letters to the New York producer e TV sewing show for the Singer Company. The show. First Federal Savings & Loan of Miami ad production date with Bryant. A nationwide s the daytim ed the dul ed cott, protesting the American orange juice darling's into effect. "I'm frightened. They're destroying nt said. She protested that gays were denying her the local gay women and men have come out of the closets gay activist who had spoken on a radio talk show threatening and abusive calls from heterosexual he killed himself. Another's car was firebombed. so claim that they have received threatening phone exuals . Pointblank Times