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The Wand, Vol. 13, No. 7, July 1996 - Page 4. July 1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 11, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/392/show/387.

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Title The Wand, Vol. 13, No. 7, July 1996
Publisher Womynspace
Date July 1996
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  • Feminists--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript Calendar Continued 9 FRIDAY 10 SATURDAY Toupees Coffee & Co - Acoustic Folk Rock Country Lesli Wood first Saturdays. 52-AROMA 12 Step Women's Support Group for addictions, grief work, healing and empowerment, 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. on the 2nd Saturday of each month for women with at least a year of sobriety. Sliding scale. For info, call Peacemaker at 293-8653. 11 SUNDAY The Women's Group -The Women's Croup meets at the First Unitarian Church, 5200 Fannin on the third floor at 10:45am. Call Ins at 529-8571 for info. Uncommon Legacy: Brunch with Rita Mae Brown at 11:30am at The Four Seasons Hotel, 1300 Lamar Street. Comedian Vickie Shaw and Emcee Sydney Seaward and Booksigning. Sisters ( for African-American women, meets every second Sunday) Montrose Counseling Center, 701 Richmond 5-8 pm. 777-2999 12 MONDAY Texas Medical Center LAMBDA Network meeting, 5pm second Monday each month. RAS W-204 (School of Public Health BIdg). We welcome all TMC Lesbian, Gay and Bi- friendly students, staff and faculty. For info, call 523-5539 or sphl319@utsph.sph.uth.tmc.edu Cancer Support Group meets every other Monday at the Montrose Counseling Center 6:30-8:00pm. For info, call Virginia at 681 -1309. Greater Houston Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Dinner/Speaker Meeting. $20per person fee. RSVP to GHGLCC Voice Mail 523-7576. 13 TUESDAY Houston Gay and Lesbian Parents- a support group for the parents on the second Tuesday of the month and also a monthly family activity, MCCR, 1919 Decatur, 980-7995. 14 WEDNESDAY Houston Gay & Lesbian Political Caucus board meeting second Wednesdays at 7:30pm. 521-1000. Women's Network-Butch-Fem: Stereotype or Identity? Presented by Susan Turell, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist. The Women's Network meets on 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 7-9pm at the Montrose Counseling Center, 701 Richmond, Room 15. For info, call 529- 0037. A donation of $3-$5 per meeting is requested. 15 THURSDAY 16 FRIDAY The Sound of Encodings, a reading by women writers to support ENCODINGS: A Feminist Literary Journal, 8pm at the First Unitarian Church, 5200 Fannin. Suggested donation $3-$5. For info, call 529-7329 18 SUNDAY African American Lesbian Gay Alliance meets 3rd Sundays of the month. Call 864-2242, PO Box 130818, Houston 77219 21 WEDNESDAY Roundtable: The Houston Philosophy Forum meets 7pm on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, Cafe Artist, 1601 West Main. Topic: Is love a basic human right? Do we each have the right to pursue love in our own fashion? What are the limits, if any, on the pursuit of love? Roundtable is open to anyone interested in civilized and lively discussion on the topics of the day. For further information call Jackie 779-8620 or Beth 728-5590. September 4 WEDNESDAY Roundtable: The Houston Philosophy Forum meets 7pm on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month. Cafe Artist, 1601 West Main. Topic: Do labels like gay, lesbian, straight, trangender, etc reflect the nature of real people or are all people omnisexual to some degree or another0 What is your experience0 Roundtable is open to anyone interested in civilized and lively discussion on the topics of the day. For further info call Jackie 779-8620 or Beth 728-5590. September 18 WEDNESDAY Roundtable: Topic: Why is thre so much pressure to stay friends with our ex-lovers? Is it merely to maintain peace in our small community or do we have excessive expectations of people's ability to recover from emotional pain0 See Sept. 4 October 2 WEDNESDAY Roundtable: What is the place of separatism, if any in our contemporary lesbigay community0 Should gay men only be around gay men, lesbians around lesbians0 Why are there such deep division0 See Sept. 4 ers care team project The goal of AssistHers is to help women live a normally as possible while coping a life threatening or debilitation illness. Volunteers are trained and supervised in the provision of direct care such as emotional support, meal preparation, shopping, hospital and home visits, pet care, plant and lawn maintenance, transportation, and other assistance. Volunteers work as members of a Care Team. Since Care Teams are assigned to one client, it is realistic to expect two visits a week from volunteers. Those eligible for service are women whose emotional, social or sexual relationships are primarily with other women and who have a debilitating or life challenging disease, illness, or condition. Assistance may extend to a woman's partner, caregiver, or family. Services are provided regardless of ability to pay, and regardless of age, race, ethnicity, or economic status. First volunteer training: mid-September 1996 Contact persons. Tori Williams or Susie Rokes: 713-552-9445. POBox 131605, Houston, Texas 77219-1605.