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The Wand, Vol. 13, No. 7, July 1996 - Page 7. 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/390.

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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 The WAND is a monthly publication of Womynspace, a 100% volunteer organization. ()pmions expressed in articles printed herein do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors of the WAND or the Womvnspace organization as a whole Submissions to the calendar: Groups may send us notice of their regular meetings and special events b\ the 15th of the month for next month's issue. We are glad to network with other groups that work for social change and share a feminist perspective. Submissions of articles, poetry and cover art should have positive, coalition building content. Articles may be submitted on IBM 3.5" diskettes. ASCII or WordPerfect format. Please use 3" columns for typed submissions. Sign and include a phone number. WAND Layout is scheduled around the 20th of the month. Check the calendar for date or call 664-9215. We need community support to ensure the WAND is a comprehensive networking directory for the women's community WAND distribution is 2,000 copies. Advertising Rates for the WAND Call 728-3637 for information. Approximate Size 1 month 3 months Business Card $25 $67.50 1/8 Page (3.5 x 5") $30 $80 1/4 Page (5x7") $40 $100 1/2 Page (7x10") $60 WAND One Year Subscriptions: Enclose a check for $10 payable to Womvnspace. Name: Address: City; ST .Zip. Mail correspondence to Womynspace, P.O. Box 980601, Houston, TX 77098 or use the mail drop envelope at Inklings Bookshop in the bulletin board area behind the door. Books and music for the feminist, gay and lesbian communities 1846 Richmond • Houston, Texas 77098 (713)521-3369 Owners: Pokey Anderson and Annise Parker Open Tuesday - Sunday J J.M. GAYLES AND ASSOCIATES Joyce M, Gayles, PHD. Clinical Psychologist • LIFETRANSmONS • RELATIONSHIP CONCERNS • CAREER DECISIONS • PARENTING ISSUES • TRAUMA RESOLUTION • DEPRESSIONS ANXIETY Uncommon Legacy extends an invitation to Brunch with Rita Mae Brown Sunday, August 11, 1996 11:30am The Four Seasons Hotel 1300 Lamar Street followed by Booksigning sponsored by Crossroads Market Comedian Vickie Shaw Emcee Sidney Seaward I RESOURCE GUIDE Houston Area Participants Wanted Survey of Violence in Same-Sex Relationships Only recently has physical and sexual violence within gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered relationships begun to be studied. Estimates indicate that anywhere from 25% to 50% of lesbians and gay men report physical violence in a committed relationship. In addition, at least one study indicated that 12% of gay men and 31% of lesbians have been coerced sexually by an intimate partner. Although illegal, such incidents are unlikely to be reported to law enforcement nor is the victim/survivor likely to seek help through social service agencies. Dr. Susan C. Turell, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, in cooperation with the Montrose Counseling Center, the Houston Area Women's Center, and the Montgomery County Women's Center, is conducting a survey to determine the scope of this problem in the Houston community. This survey is designed to be the first step toward more education and discussion of the problem within the gay and lesbian community, more victim/survivors seeking services to end the violence, and better service provision by providers. If you would be willing to participate in filling out a 20 minute survey, or would like more information, please contact Dr. Turell at 283-3332. You may also pick up a survey at the Montrose Counseling Center and Inklings Bookshop. All answers are confidential and anonymous. Agora [Les/Gay community media liaison] 729-4267 Alternative Broadcast Service [gay TV production facility] 522-5115 AssistHers [care team project] 552-9445 Bar Association for Human Rights [Les/Gay Attys] 222-7002 Calendar Girls 942-8888 or 523-4510 Chain Gang [Gay Cycling Group] 863-1860 Dignit}/Houston | Les/Gay Catholics) 880-2872 Dimensions (monthly mag) POB856 Lubbock, TX 79408 806-797-9647 Fern TV [feminist program on the Public Access Channel] 755-7766 First Time BBS 522-1173,522-1170 Gay & Lesbian Hispanics Unidos [GLHU] 880-GLHU Gay/Lesbian Switchboard: 529-3211 GLOBAL [University of Houston Gay Les Bi Alliance] 743-5180 Hate Crimes Hotline 529-9615 Hazelwitch Productions [women's music and comedy] 521-3369 Houston Area NOW 668-9008 Houston Area Teenagers Coalition of Homosexuals [HATCH] 942-7002 Houston Area Women's Center [HAWC] 528-2121 Houston Gay/Lesbian Political Caucus [HGLPC] 521-1000 Houston Gay & Lesbian Parents 980-7995 Houston Gay & Lesbian Pride Week 529-6979 Houston Gay Yellow Pages 621-0929 Houston Institute for the Protection of Youth [HIPY] 942-9884 Houston Outdoor Group [HOG] 526-7688 Houston Pride Band 524-0218 Just For Us [teens with Gay or Lesbian parents] 666-8260 Lambda Center [AA Groups] 521-9772 Lambda Rollerskating 933-5818 Lesbian Health Initiative 869-6350 Lesbians in Business [LiB] 529-0077 Lesbians Over Age Fifty [LOAF] 661-1482 KPFT 90.1 FM Les Gay Voices Thu 9-1 lpm After Hours Sat 12-3am 526-4000 Metropolitan Community Church of the Resurrection [MCCR] 861-9149 Mishpachat Alizim [Gay and Lesbian Jews and friends] 748-7079 Montrose Clinic [full women's examination 6pm-9:30pm Mon-Fri] 520-2000 Montrose Counseling Center [MCC] 529-0037 Montrose Ice Picks 522-3687 Movie Club 952-4048 OutSmart Houston's Gay and Lesbian Monthly Magazine 520-7237 OutVote [register and motivate gays & lesbian, to vote) 522-9837 ^ P-FLAG [Parents, Friends, Families of Lesbians & Gays] 867-9020 Pet Patrol [helps hospitalized HIV/AIDS pet owners] 522-1954 Q-Patrol [Prevention of Hate Crimes in Montrose] 871-8519 Rape Crisis Hotline 528-7273; 528-RAPE Rice Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association 523-0259 The Rose [ low cost mammograms] 668-2996 Sisters [African-American Lesbians) 777-2999 Southern Country Houston [country western dance] 648-9340 Southern Hospitality BBS 522-1515 Team Houston [Gay Les sports competition/Gay Games 1998] 935-1060 20 Something [social group ages 20-29 Les/Bi/Gay] 315-6786 Women's Information and Referral Exchange [WIRES] 528-2121 Women's Group First Unitarian Church 529-8571 Women's Wire BBS (free starter kit/diskette) 800-210-9999 ■ WAND (Womynspace Activity Networking Directory) 664-9215 Women Study! [Women's Studies study groups] 524-8536 Hi Lucia's Qar&m "Earth, Moon & Stars a celebration store for all seasons k herbs, jewelry, crystals, books, music, r & other magical treasures Lucia Bettler Michael Bettler Hours: Monday - Saturday 10-6 Tuesday and Thursday until 7 2942 Virginia Street Houston, TX 77098 713/523-6494 667-6047 6300 W. loop S. KDiflWH i The Law Offices' of 20 Years in Practice (713)526-7911 ATTORNEY AT LAW