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Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 9, November 1976 - Page 17. November 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 13, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/199/show/195.

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(November 1976). Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 9, November 1976 - Page 17. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/199/show/195

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Title Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 9, November 1976
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date November 1976
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Women
  • Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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Language English
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Transcript UH women students sign in all male visitors. There are no restrictions for men students in their dorms. ment or Article I section 3a of the Texas Constitution. It states that "equality under the law shall not be denied or abridged because of sex, race, color, creed, or national origin." "Both of these are applicable but as far as direct channels go, trying the case with the state constitution would be much faster," said O'Kane. O'Kane said that trying the case with Title IX would involve more red tape because the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare would be the prosecuting party instead of a private citizen. O'Kane cited a case based on the Equal Rights Amendment, Texas Woman's University (TWU) v. Chayklintaste Et Al., concerning sex discrimination. Two TWU students sued the university because females were required to live on campus and males were not. The case was won in the lower courts but by the time it reached the Supreme Court the university changed the policy to apply to both sexes with equal force. UH Coordinator of Housing, Bobby Brownstein, disagrees about the legality of the UH policy. He said that he thinks the policy for all-female dorms are legal because the women vote on the policy in a referendum each fall. Brownstein said that there has not been a referendum yet this fall because "the students in charge of it have been dragging their feet." He added that the residents of the all-male dorms do not vote on their dorms' policies. Yet Brownstein does agree that "there is a double standard and there's no way of getting around it." Brownstein was aware of Title IX and also the TWU case. He wrote a hand-out for a convention of university and college housing officials which UH hosted last summer. He said that "the UH policy is quite liberal compared to Baylor's and other universities" which permit less visitation than UH. EUROPEAN SKIN CARE/HAIR REMOVAL/MAKE-UP SERVICES Basic Facial according to skin type - including acne: Includes - analysis, ionized steam mist, deep pore cleansing, high frequency stimulation, massage, mask, firming & toning spray, eye & lip make-up $2100 Paraffin Facial for dry, sensitive, aging, and clogged skins: Includes - basic facial techniques plus a paraffin facial & neck mask with it's specialized sauna, moisturizing. & firming effects $31.00 Ionization Series for superficial dryness & fine lines: Includes - basic facial techniques plus restoration of moisture to superficial skin layers by a specialized deep penetration process, also firms & tones skin tissues. Series of Three $75.00 Hair Removal - European Wax Method diminishes hair growth & softens skin: Legs (entire) $31.00 Legs (knees down) $21.00 Bikini Line $10.00 Under Arms $10.00 Facial Areas $ 5.00 & up Personalized Make-Up Includes - structural analysis, cleansing, C02 spray for firming & toning, complete make-up $15.00 Paraffin Glove for dry. chapped & arthritic hand conditions: Includes - cleansing, massage. & paraffin wax glove with ifs specialized moisturizing & soothing qualities - actually seals in moisture, forearms included $15.00 Cef lulrte Treatment for upper leg & hip areas. Includes - Ionized steam mist, high frequency stimulation, deep kneading massage, indepth penetration of specialized treatment vial & toning spray $35.00 Eyebrow Arch $5.00 Lash Tint $5.00 Brow Tint $5.00 Specialized Cathiolyse Series available for excessive oil. deep dehydration, pigmentation, and acne Gift Certificates Available 401 Avondale/At Fast Eddie's Haircut Parlor/Houston, Texas 77006/(713) 526-7555 Ms. Terry Higgs In the River Oaks Shopping Center 1968 West Gray Houston, Texas 77019 526-2273 Manager Tootie Nelson and Roger Chabulla * VX"^ speed, quality, results. /&*-/%» Manager Ruby Sanders In the Bermac Building 4101 San Jacinto Houston, Texas 77004 526-6364 November 1976 Houston Breakthrough Page 17