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The Wand, Vol. 6, No. 12, December 1990 - Page 7. December 1990. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 23, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/465/show/462.

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Title The Wand, Vol. 6, No. 12, December 1990
Publisher Womynspace
Date December 1990
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Transcript About Inklings Owners Inklings is the only business in town which can boast of two former Lesbian and Gay Pride Week Grand Marshals. Pokey Anderson moved to Houston 17 years ago from the midwest. She was a co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus, and a delegate to the International Women's Year convention in Houston. In 1977, she was in the first group of openly gay and lesbian people invited to the White House. She has produced women's music for fifteen years. May marked her ninth continuous year with Cherry Wolf producing the highly acclaimed Breakthrough radio program on KPFT. She is a former legal secretary who likes the word "former" the best in that job description. Annise Parker is a native Hous- tonian who attended Rice University on a National Merit Scholarship. There she helped found the Rice University Gay/Lesbian Support Group. She is a former president of the Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus and of the Houston Women's Softball League. She has appeared on local and national television, speaking on behalf of lesbian and gay civil rights. Annise is currently active in several lesbian/gay organizations. In addition, she chairs the mayors' Police Advisory Committee. Last month she was appointed to a United Way committee. She works for a small oil company and lives in Montrose with her six cats. ALISON BECHDEL IS COMING BACK! HALLOWEEN!1 Halloween-Masked Ball was a SUCCESS!! The costumes and masks were unique! Here are some of the pictures that prove it! Were You there? In order for us to do a better job next year, we would like to ask you a few questions: 1.- Was the location easy to find? 2.- Was the entrance fee reasonable for You? 3.- Was parking a problem? 4.- Were the refreshments fullfilling? 5.- Would You come back next year? 6.- Is there any other location that You know that this event could be held? 7.- How do You feel being in a Non-Chemical event? 8.- If you could improve this dance, what would You change? Please send your comments to Womynspace. THANK YOU... Look in this space next month for her cartoons! A NIGHT FULL OF WILD, WONDERFUL, AND WF1RD WOMFN! Womynspace Masked Ball Saturday, October P7, 1990 * There was a great turnout of bewigged rind bewitching women fur the Womynspace Masked Ball- Prizes were awarded for the funniest, scar iest, most creative and SEXIEST mask* D.J. Cher r y Wo 1f p1ayed lots of top-tapping and two- step ping tunes, ^r\d A1 eta's marvelous masks brightened and bedecked the tables. Twas a successful and enjoyable event. On a business note — Womynspace would like to Find a less expensive space for dances. If you know oF a reasonably—prifed pi ace, please call Kathy at 664-~7'*38.