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Title Broadside, Vol. 5, No. 9, September 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date September 1974
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript If you are that someone, please come to the September Task Farce meeting. Again, we would like to emphasize that we do not know that the above allegations are true, but if they are - surprise - we're being screwed again. Nancy Kuykendall TASK FORCE REPORT: SEXUALITY AND LESBIANISM On August 3, gay activists from across the state, representing 24 diverse organizations, invaded San Antonio, overran the bars, and joined forces to form the Texas Gay Task Farce. The purposes of this organization are (1) to bring together the various organizations far gay rights in the state of Texas in order to promote their Individual well being and unify their common goals, (2) to establish a network of communications among the member organizations, (3) to encourage and promotethe development of a positive self image through specific self-growth experiencesj and to socialize and create a unified collective spirit among all gay people, (4) to work toward the changing of laws which discriminate against and oppress gay people, and (5) to educate the general public concerning gay persons In Texas. In addition "the right to membership shall not be refused to any group on the basis of ideological or religious belief, racial composition, ethnic group or sexual orientation," and the task force is so constructed that the steering committee will be composed of half men and half women. We've gotten a lot of good vibes about this group, and with the chapter approval we received at August's business meeting, are looking forward to being a part of this new action-oriented state organization. It is also time to welcome Alison McKinney as our newest Coordinator, replacing one of cur other well loved sisters who unfortunately needs to remain anonymous. Others of our staff have continued to be busy with educational activltes. In their search far fame and fortune, Ted and Pokey spoke at the Texas Institute far Rehabilitation and Research on July 27, and In October several of us will be speaking before the membership of North West NOW. We've also been trading notes with San Antonio's NOV S & L Task Farce In our continuing effort to communicate with other S & L Task Forces. If you would like to communicate with other gay sisters and brothers on a local basis, consider writing an article for Contact, a local gay newspaper, which would welcome and benefit from feminist input. Come on, Folks— they said they'll print anything! Two further notes far those of you who are still in touch with reality. On Sept. 10, lesbian/feminist Elaine Noble will face four other candidates in the Democratic Primary for Representative to the Mass. House from her district, and closer to home, our Police Advisory Board Is formulating policy and programs far Police education and sensitivity training which is to begin in the fall. I really think we should help them out, so pass on any ideas or suggestions. Now to quote two famous mystery personalities— That's All Folks. Kisses and Revolution, Marion Friedman Page 4