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Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1976 - Page 9. June 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 31, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/29/show/23.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1976
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Transcript learn the song that they sent. But we would very much like to put their music in our library, to make it available to other interested women--to keep a representative body of the kind of music that women are writing. So they could send us tapes. We very, very strongly recommend that they send them on cassettes, and that it be something that we can keep. And that they copyright their material." ON THE HOUSTON CONCERT Meg: "It was real wonderful. I felt just fine at the end of the concert when everyone stood up and I could see everyone for the first time. There was really an amazing mix of different kinds of women there. And they were all standing up and swaying, with their arms a- round each other, and smiling. I've been in some situations where, when I did that, for the last song, you could see the women who were real freaked out and who weren't joining in—they were sort of hiding in various places. But you never knew what that meant. I did a concert in Bozeman, Montana, which was at their first women's conference, and I ended up with that song. I saw one woman standing over not participating, not standing up or swaying or anything, and I thought, well, that's a shame, I freaked her out. She came up to me after the concert, and she said, "Nothing has ever done to me what you have just done. My life has changed." So you never can tell about reactions. That's what I love about these concerts. I've done hundreds of them and they still get me, in some way. I always feel the energy, and I always feel the support, and it always makes me feel terrific. It's just like life's blood, you know, you get used to that thing, and that sort of feeling, to sort of keep you going for the other parts of your life. (TO BE CONTINUED...) (continued from page 8) .3 The mass population of women did not control the artifacts modes of communication. It is realistically estimated that 10-25% of those women were gay or would be before end-life. .4 Most of their communication was done by word of mouth. (Matrix, being a student of oralology, is always tickled by such terms.) .5 It was difficult for them to define their culture in relationship to their civilization because they produced few artifacts: Limited Televisations. .6 They were individualistic and gathered in the concept of defining themselves. This individualistic gathering defines a group of human beings. .7 The sum total of their ways of living was marked lesbianism. The building up process was marked lesbian culture. .8 The lesbian culture of 1976 produced more artifacts about their culture than the previous generation. Concept of sliding generational ism reinvented in .001. Both old and new definitions stand. .9 To increase artifacts is to transmit to the next generation. 1.0 The lesbian culture as a group effected the sum total in a generational transmission, therefore half is satisfied. Matrix lay there exhausted for awhile after the dance. Then she was off to Collections. Spark was milling through The Abridged Visions of Love, looked up, flushed and smiled. Matrix blushed and smiled back. "I'd like to submit some marks to the Old Tilt.' Spark took the small etched plate from Matrix, and lay them on the Central Sense field. Central Sense reply, "It is a pleasure. Are there any personal marks?" Matrix grinned, "One random individual passage to submitted marks." cy Vicki Glasgow 11