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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 1, [January 1977]
Alternative Title Pointblank Times, Vol. III, No. 1, [January 1977]
Date January 1977
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript Q woman to woman I wrap you in the warm of me. Woman, you are familiar As my own body. Knowing me, I know the feel of you. We wear the same skin; Fit into the soft hollows Of one another. I greet you with my hands, My touch gentle against your face. I am the kiss You have not recognized Until now; The choice You never thought possible I am the mirror Of your tenderness And the door is open Between us. - Phyllis Yarnold We do it House of Coleman is more than a fine print shop. We offer a complete design service: graphic design, illustration, photography and copywriting. Now you don't have to run all over town putting your pieces together. We have what you need. and we do it well House of Coleman Phone: 523-2521 imaginative printers 901 West Alabama 10 Teachers Make the Grade CHICAGO, IL— The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) narrowly passed a resolution on discrimination against lesbians and gay men at the organization's business meeting in Chicago on Nov. 27. The resolution passed by a close vote of 102-96. The resolution reads: "Whereas lesbians and gay men are now and have always been present in society and members of our profession, both as students and teachers, we the members of the National Council of Teachers of English urge the immediate end of all discrimination against them wherever it may exist, specifically in the hiring and firing practices of our profession, in the textbooks of our discipline, and in our own classroom practices and exchanges with students. We further urge that NCTE establish an appropriate group charged with both investigating problems faced by lesbian and gay male colleagues and students in the discipline of English and the formulating of recommendation to the Council concerning their welfare in the profession." Lesbians and the Law Madison, WI., The Eighth National Conference on Women and the Law will be held March 24-27, 1977, at Madison, Wisconsin. A feature of the conference this year will be a one-day Lesbian Law Section, to begin Thursday, March 24 and continue through Friday when other events of the Conference begin. The focus is on providing legal services to lesbian clients, and the Section is designed for all attorneys, law students and legal workers (both gay and straight), who work with or have an interest in lesbian legal issues. Anyone interested in the conference should write Women and the Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wise., 53706. - Gay Community News Pointblank Times