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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 2, February 1976
Date February 1976
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  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript Dear PBT dear PBT - i'd be glad to send you more pictures, but don't feel like putting my work out to your publication as long as it gives so much attention to men - i feel strongly that men have their own media, including gay (which doesn't mean me either) and that we women need and deserve all the media space we can get to talk with each other about ourselves, our politics, our culture, if you still think it's all the same struggle be warned by the total tendency of men to replace us, ignore us, co-opt us which i don't feel the need to convince you of apart from your own experience, here's hoping we can work together a- gain sometime in the future. in struggle and revolution, robin birdfeather austin, texas Dear PBT, I especially enjoyed "Coming Out Green". It's classic. It should be read into the Congressional Record. When PBT arrives each month, I feel as though a friend had reached out and taken hold of my hand. Hugh Crell Dear PBT, As far as material for PBT, can anyone contribute, or do you have certain rules about that? I'd like to try sending in some stuff if that's ok. N. Dear N. Part of the initial and continuing reason for the existence of PBT is to provide a vehicle for the closeted creativity and talents of people who heretofore have had little encouragement and no publication vehicles. The one cardinal rule to being published in PBT is: We Canrt Print It If You Donft Send It In. We are eager to print a variety of styles (see box below) written frpm a variety of viewpoints. We canrt afford to pay our contributors yet, but as a token of our appreciation we can send you several extra copies of the issue your material appears in, so you can impress your mother or whoever. Last but not least, keep those cards and letters coming. Thanks! PBT Collective Pointblank Times is published 12 times per year by the PBT Collective. Opinions expressed herein are those of the individual writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the PBT Collective. Mailing Address: Next Deadline: P.O. Box 14643, Houston, Texas February 10, 1976 77021 We welcome all contributions, including features, reviews, poetry, announcements, graphics and photographs. Please tell us how you would want your name to appear, and whether you want your material returned to you. Staff: Alison McKinney/Amanda/Barbara Cigainero/Ellen/Jo/Phyllis/Pokey Anderson/ Susan/Vicki Glasgow