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Title Connections, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 1981
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  • LGBTQ people
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Transcript AUSTIN TEXAS 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 ooo 0 0 0 Qo 0 o oO 0 0 0 0 Phvto by Alan Pogue 2 CONNECTIONS C O N N E C T I O N S 2401 Manor Road #118 , Austin , TX 78722 512/474- 1660 H?URS: 6- 10 p.m. E:ditor /Publisher • • Jim Olinger Graphics • • • • • • • • Don Typing • • • • • • • • • • • Wayde Frey Distrib.ltion • • • • ••• Wayde Frey National Adverti sing • Joe DiSabato 666 6th Ave., New York, NY 10010 (212) 242-6863 Articles - Brannon Duane, Lars Eighner, Wayde Frey, Rob Gips , Lee Kelly, Keith Mastalio , Jim Ol inger, Cactus Pryor, Bill Van Patten Pictures - Don, Jim Olinger , Alan Pogue, Carr Strong Publications - Austin Arrerican- Statesman, Gay Austin, T.i.ne , Thi s Week in Texas CCNNECTICNS i s dedicated to providing a forum for the lesbi an/gay camuni t y of Austin and Texas . Pub­lication of the narre or photograph of any person or organization is not to J::e taken as any indication of the sexual orientation of that person or or gani­zation. CCNNECTICNS ~ lcares unsolicited ne-ws andjor feature articles , photographs , drawings , and poetry. If return or acknowledgenent is requested, please enclose a starrped, self- addressed envelope. CCNNECTICNS will not assurre responsibility for unsolicited material . Published b'j Gay Camunity Services , a program_of the university YW2A/~, 2330 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas 78705. Telephone: 512/477- 6699 Gay Carm.mity Services Coordinating Council Secretary . . . . • . . . David Kotara Treasurer . . . • . • . . Lynn Aday Off ice . . . • . . . . . Rob Gips Speakers Bureau • . . . . Troy Stokes Publications . . . . • • Jim Olinger ·", . 1 ? \J/ 9 ? ? ? 't9· • ? ? . .;) • ') ., :) • f\ '1. ? '1 , · Questions? q_ ') '?? ,:) ?. 1,) t' '1. '1. '1 • ? • • 1, . " • ? ? GAY COMMUNITY SERVICES '? ? HOTLINE .=> • 477-6699 JOHN LENNON 1940•1980 'NO ONE'S LIFE OR PR(PERTY IS SftfE, I I OPINION BY LARS EIGHNER Brace thyself, Gentle Reader, for it is January of an odd- numl::ered year. Starting on the second Tuesday of the rronth, and for 120 days thereafter , you can forget al:::out nuclear waste , inflation, herpes , Iran, and crowsfeet. From the Red River to the Rio Grande , all other perils will shrink to insigni f i­cance . In short, the principal threat to your life, lil::erty and property will J::e the 67th Legislature . As far as Your Reporter can see, there will J::e no organized gay lobby. It seems likely that a bill will J::e introduced to REPEAL 21 .06 (the anti- sodomy law) • Don ' t expect to see your TRAVIS COUN'IY DELEGA­TICN rushing to get it on the calendar, although this proposal has passed the Travis county Derrocratic Con­vention for rrore years than Your Reporter cares to recount. Look for MJNTROSE MUSCLE to put the issue to the Legislature. Al though the REPEAL is a plank of the TEXAS DEMXRATIC PIATFORM, expect to see the bill b.lried imrediately in a hostile comnittee. This is progress , of a sort. Tv.o years ago, asking a rrem-- 1::er to introduce the bill was seen as a i:x.-'"'tless b.lrn of political currency. Now, the HARR ... S COUNTY DELEGATICT-J, if no other , understands that gay votes count. Repressive legislation is rrore to the liking of the M'.)RCJNIC MAJORITY types . Their first vehicle this session is an anti- headshop bill. Though last ses­sion's anti- b:)okstore bill sneaked through while the gay lobby was v-.0rrying aJ:::out POPPERS , the b:)okstores seem none the ;..orse for it. However , the anti- headshop bill just might pass with anti-popper provisions and broad enough defini tions to give the b:)okstores rrore hassles . A few other nasties seem possible, b.lt let 's not put ideas into anyone 's empty head. The Lesbian/Gay Derrocrats of Texas (LGDT) are putting together a proposal for a statewide lobby project. Hopefully, everything will J::e finalized by the beginning of the legislative session on January 13 , according to Scotty Scott, who is a LGDT rrember , as ~11 as J::eing Austin Le: bian/Gay Political Caucus (ALGPC) co-chair . ,, .. CONNECTIONS 3 GAYS CAN SUE A&M The United States Suprerre Court has ruled that Gay Student Services may sue Texas A.<.M University. The Texas A.<.M student group's lawsuit seeks official recognition as an on- carrpus student organization. The battle has been going on for four years . In mid- December , 1980 , the Suprerre Court kept 'the group 's hopes alive by refusing to hear the Uni­; vers i ty 's argurrents that it should be irrmune from such civi l rights issues. Gay Student Services , a group of students on A.<.M 's College Station carrpus , sought l::ut was denied the University 's recognition as a student organiza­tion in 1976 . Such recognition is required before a group can obtain access to university l::ulletin boards and to school facilities for special events . HOLY TRINilY DISBANDS Holy Trinity Church of Austin, our Episcopal- type lesbian/gay congregation, officially disbanded Decem­ber 1, 1980 . Like the M:!tropolitan Conmmity Church of Austin, Holy Trinity was hit with a large rent increase. Spokesperson Burl Anderson told CDNNECTIONS that the church rre.mbership couldn ' t support the increased op­erating expenses . "Holy Trinity was caught in a vicious circle, " Anderson said. "We needed a full tirre pastor to l::uild up a rre.mbership which could sustain the church. But a full tirre pastor requires a large enough congrega­tion to pay a salary." Anderson felt that many Episcopal gays felt rrore comfortable in their established churches . "Many Epi scopal ians bel ieve that Gcxl 's grace is channeled to the congregation through the priest," he observed. There v-A=re many visitors , l::ut the rre.mbership never climbed rn.1ch above the small core group which founded the church. Holy Trinity was in operation at 1606 South Congress for over a year , and has been a regular CONNECTIONS advertiser. We 're sorry to see them go. GCS PHONE COUNSELORS NEEDED by Rob Gips Gay Camu.mity Ser vices currently needs volunteer counselor s . Duties include tel ephone and drop-in peer counseling, as v-A=ll as making r eferr als to various Aus­tin service organizations, l::usinesses and professionals. We need mature, service-or iented indi viduals to ¼Ork from 6 : 00 to 1 0: 00 PM one night per 'M=ek . You ' 11 be perfonning a valuable service for Austin. Peer coun­seling is a lot of fun , too! Interested lesbians and gay rren should telephone the GCS office at 477- 6699 any evening be~n 6:00 and 10: 00 PM for rrore information. Read your news in CONNECTIONS John Kholdus , University vice president for student services , told the group that harosexual con­duct is i llegal in Texas and that Gay Student Ser­vices was l ikely to prarote and incite illegal acts . There are three officially registered lesbian/ gay groups at the University of Texas at Austin . Gay Liberation won the right to be an on- campus group at UT- Austin in a court case in 1976. Gay Liberation had disbanded by the time it finally won the right to be an on- campus student group at UT. Only one of the 'three officially registered gay groups at UT is cur­rently active: Law Students for Human Rights . - Editor GAY PEOPLE/HEALTH CARE HEPATITIS SCREENING STARTED by Keith Mastalio .... The Gay Nurses Alliance of Austin has changed its name to Gay People/Health Care. We hope to broaden our outreach and provide rrore services to the gay com­munity. Any interested person, whether a health pro­fessional or a lay person, is invited to participate. The rreeting tirre has been changed to the third Thursday of every rronth at 8:00 p.m. We hope this will be convenient for rrore people . Gay People/Health Care will start Hepatitis B blood screening at the next SID (sexually transmitted diseases) clinic , on Jan. 10. We will be helping in the research to develop a vaccine for Hepatitis B, which is now in epidemic proportions in gay males . Donations to help defray the cost of shipping and handling blood samples will be greatly appreciated. Please call 453- 0816 for rrore information about Gay People/Health Care and for the location of the Jan. 15 rreeting. - "Our God is not a womu Our God is not a man Our God is both & neither Our God is I who Am" REV CANDACE A NAISBITT Pastor METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH OF AUSTIN I HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM YOUR FRIENDS I AT M,C,C, AUSTIN On Sunday, January 11, at 2μn, .-.A= v-A=lcane Jim Norw:x:id of Agape ' M.C.C. (Ft. Worth) as special speaker. Recoro.ing artist Dusty Shelton will also perform. Christian Life Ser-i.es (Wednesday, 8:30 μn) : Harosexuality and the Bible. Worship Services: 408 West 23rd Street Sunday at 2:00 pm Wednesday at 7:30 pm Mailing Address : P . O. Box 18581 Austin , TX 78745 For rrore information regarding rel igious and social activi t i es , phone (512) 477- 7747 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 CONNECTIONS 'r'OR.Al W\J)Rl1Y' MARCHING ON 1EXAS by Lee Kelly The M:>ral Majority is marching on Texas fran the Panhandle to the Gulf. Its leaders are organizing ccmnittees through­out the state and starting to m:mitor bills prefiled for the 67th Legislature. Seven of the state's 24 congressional districts are partly organized urrler the group's pro-family and God-loves-Arrerica banner. The others are expec­ted to have chairrren and 1 0-rrember carrni ttees by January 27, the tentative date for a statewide rreet­ing in Austir1, said Fred Mason, state director of the M:>ral Majority of Texas , Inc . Its state offices are in Austin. The M:>ral Majority, founded in 1979 by television evangel ist the Rev. Jerry Fal~ll of Lynchhrrg, Vir­ginia, belongs to the confederation of so-called New Right groups that take credi t for ousting praninent liberals in the November 4 e l ection. Arout 72 , 000 ministers and 4 mill ion layrren in the United States are on M:>ral Majority's mailing lists, srokesrren say. Mason is making note of bills in the Texas Leg­islature that prorrote or oprose the group's princi­ples and wi l l use his carmmication netv.Ork to try to ensure their passage or defeat. He will accomplish this , he said, by telephoning district chairrren, who will alert that district 's 10- rrember carrnittees. They will notify individuals to 1:::aru::ard their legislators with telephone calls , letters and wires. One bill, introduced by Rep..iblican Senator Walter t-Engden of Houston, calling for a period of silent prayer or rreditation in p..iblic schools , is sure to get the M:>ral Majority' s suprort. D , OFFICE ans EQUIPMENT CO. TYPEWRITERS - CALCULATORS - DICTATION EQUIPMENT SMALL COPIERS & CORRECTION TYPEWRITERS SERVICE - RENTALS - SALES ADLER - IBM - SMITH CORONA - SANYO IMCJ:ATION RENT PURCHASE PLAN AVAILABLE ON MOST MODELS SANYO OICT ATION EQUIP. •u UCONO/TIONEO - TYPEWRITUS - HOURS - MON. - FRI. 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM After January 12, visit our N E W L O C A T I O N 2 8 l 6 N u E c E s (Off Guadalupe, next to McDonald's) Register for a F RE E 'I.I AU.ER CORRECTING TYPEWRITER (Drawing January 30) ADLfR Sf-1000 474-6396 Mason's only objection to the bill is that it h.n't stronq enough. The 11::)ral Majority wants volun-tary prayer in public schools said aloud, not silently, Mason said. Mason also cornrented on horro~exuality: "We syrrpa­thize with the fact that horrosexuals are sick and need to straighten up their lives. We oprose the sin of horrosexualit y rut ,.. ; e don't oprose the harosexual. But ,;e are not going to suprort any legislation that gives a special class special rights. The individual has the sarre recourse to the courts ( to seek redress if fired because of sexual orientation) as anyone else." - The Austin American-Statesman t .. , ... . - • cactus pryor ". )/ l.r: ~ The M:>ral Majority is planning to march on the 67th Texas Legislature. They might discover that they are outnuml::.ered by the Imroral Minority. NEv/ YORK S000'1Y LA\i/ UNCONSTITUTIONAL New York 's highest court has struck down the state's anti- sodomy law. On ::>ecember 18, 1980 , the 1'.ew York Court of Appeals voted 5 - 2 to uphold a l~r court's ruling that the law violated constitu­tional rights of privacy and equal prowc+-ior,. The court observed that the sex act.J rrentioned in the statute were only illegal when perforrred by unmarried persons. In January of 1980 , the ~ive Justices of the Appellate Division of the New York Suprerre Court unanirrously declared the fifteen-year-old consensual sod.any law unconstitutional in the case of People vs. Ronald Onofre (1979) . Onofre , 35 , had been convicted of sodomy when hi::; seventeen- year-old partner accused him of using force. Although the partner later admitted the s, ixual acts were ccmnitted voluntarily, Judge Ormand N. Gale refused to throw out the sodomy charge when the other charges ~re dropped. The Appellate justices staPd, "personal sexual conduct is a fundarrental right, protected by the right to privacy because of the transcendental importance of sex to the human condition, the intimacy of the conduct, and its relationship to a person 's right to control his or her body. The right is broad enough to include sexual acts be~n nonmarried persons and intimate consensual hom:>sexual conduct. " At the tirre of this ruling, a srokcsperson for the .Jational COrnni ttee for Sexual Civil Lil.xcrt ies, which helped prepare Onofre 's appedl, _aid , "This decision has great significar.ce. Leg!Dlative refonn has not lx!en pranisinq. This sho-,JS a trend on the part of state appellate courts to strictly ::;crutinize the constitu­tionality of statutes regulating privute sex. This can be used as a precedcr.t in states where similar litigation is pending, " CONNECTIONS 5 GAYS WHO VO1ED FOR REAGAN Washington , rx:: - In spite of a Carter blitz in rrost gay publications across the country, many gays still voted for Reagan . Why? "They put their pocketl::ooks ahead of human rights," an observer noted . "Gays are no different from anyone else. They were as tired of the rress Carter had made in Washington and as tired of infla­tion as their straight J::rothers and sisters. " There were a few gay groups for Reagan, tut rrost were poorly organized. Most gays who voted for Reagan were not open. "We did it secretly," a Republican voter told 'IWI' News . "We were afraid to tell other gays we weren ' t voting for Carter l::ecause they v.0uld want to argue with us and tell us we were anti-gay. "SO, like many other voters in America, we simp­ly said we hadn ' t made up our mind. But, when we got into the privacy of the voting tooth, we pulled the lever for Reagan." All of these last-minute votes for Reagan are not all that surprising. Pollsters had said all along that Reagan 's supporters were not extroverts . Reagan has always had a lot of "quiet supporters ," even when he ran for Governor of California. At the rrorrent of decision, election day, Reagan 's magnetism, again , quietly drew another victory. - This Week in Texas I~IGRATION LAW RULED UNENFORCEAilE San Francisco - Irrmigration Judge Bernard Horn­back has ruled that even an unsolicited, unambiguous , self- acknowledgerrent of horrosexuality is insufficient evidence for exlusion of a gay alien. Ruling on the admission of Carl Hill, a British subject visiting the U.S. for a tv.0- ITDnth vacation, Judge Hornback held that a Class A Medical Certificate is required for exlusion of horrosexuals under the 1952 Irrmigration and Nationality Act. This ruling, if upheld on appeal , eliminates the remaining area of contention in the long fight waged by the National Gay Task Force and Gay Rights Advocates to change anti-gay federal irrmigration pol­icy. In August, 1979, U.S. Surgeon General Julius Richrrond held that there was no rredical or scientif­ic basis for a diagnosis of hoITDsexuality, and or­dered Public Health Service physicians to decline referrals made by the Irrmigration and Naturalization Service for such determination. "We are pleased and gratified by this decision which we fully expected," cormented Gay Rights Advo­cates Legal Director Donald c . Knutson. "Especially encouraging was the sensitive and corrpassionate lan­guage used by the court in its description of this dehumanizing law. " In his opinion read from the bench, Judge Hornback severely criticized the Con­gress for attempting to hide violations of human rights behind the cloak of rredical science. NGTF Co-Directors Charles Brydon and Lucia Val­eska, who were present for this precedent- setting hearing, expressed their appreciation for the judge 's position as well. "This victory is crucial, parti­cularly at this tirre when many lesbians and gay rren are concerned about the future of our rrovercent during the next four years," they stated. "With Gay Rights Advocates , v~ will pursue the irrmigration issue through the appeals process and continue to press forward on other fronts as well," said Larry Bagneris of the NGTF Executive Corrmittee. "The fundarrcntal questions of civil rights and the right to privacy for gay people are unchanged , and we expect to ruild on this and other victories in the rronths and years ahead." Mfi.TLOVICH SETTLEffJff REACHED Washington , rx:: - I::x- Sergeant Leonard Matlovich, 37 , a decorated Vietnam veteran discharged fran the U.S. Air Force in 1975 for admitting his horrosexual­ity, has finally settled his court battle with the governrrent. The governrrent agreed to end the five- year bat­tle by paying $160,000 to Matlovich, who in return agreed not to seek further damages or to re-enlist in the service. In pressing his test case for gay rights , Matlo­vich had previously said he v.0uld try to rejoin the Air Force to serve as an exarrple to other harosexuals serving in the military. Justice Departrrent lawyers planned to file the negotiated settlerrent in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Patricia Douglass, Matlovich's Washington lawyer , said "I think it's a satisfactory settlerrent for Mr . Matlovich 's part. " The settlerrent was prompted after U.S. District Judge Gerhard Gesell ruled in Matlovich 's favor in his civil rights suit in September, 1980. Gesell ordered Matlovich reinstated , declaring that "with­out clear , reasonable regulations" the Air Force could not discharge Matlovich. The standards say horrosexuals will be discharged except in "unusual circumstances, " tut the appeals court said the stan­dard "never defines those circumstances . " - This rveek .zn Texas FOWER (fFICER CHARCfD IN GREENHICH VILLAGE t1JRifRS New York - On November 19, 1980, a man started shooting at the doorways on a Greenwich Village street lined with gay bars . Many pedestrians and patrons were seriously injured. Tv.o were killed. Charged is Ronald Crumpley, age 38. When arrest­ed, he told officers he did it because "Horrosexuals ruin everything. " Crumpley, a minister 's son, is a forrrer Transit policeman. He faces a min.inrum of 15 years to life in prison if convicted on the rrost ser­ious charge , second-degree murder . A hearing was set for December 19. He was to undergo psychiatric testing. In a report from the Cabl€' News Net.work rronitor­ed by 'IWI' News, it was revealed that Crumpley had paid a male prostitute for his services several years ago. The hustler appeared in a private interview on CNN and told of his clandestine sexual encounter with the now-accused murderer of tv.O gay rren. - This Week in Texas Make money from Connections 35% commission for ad sales Call Jim Olinger-474-1660 for details 6 CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS articles became evidence Jimmy Snell and all other ALGPC-endorsed candidates except Mary Jane Bode won their races Janna Zumbrun and Steve Thomas were delegates to the Democratic National Convention Carr Strong produced 13 segments of A Different Drummer, Austin ' s gay radio program 1 9 8 0 CONNECTIONS 7 RALLY with.Jerry Falwell Candlelight vigil for Fred Paez held in front of the State Capitol on June 29 , 1980. 8 CONNECTIONS GCS Benefit , Austi."l Co mtry , March Jimmer Aii{en , Mr . Texas Blueboy e,race Jones Niss Gay USA Carr Strong CONNECTIONS Texas £1ueboy pageant Tex 's Colorado Street Bar u;:-;der construction (abo.re and now Carr Strong 9 10 CONNECTIONS /~So/e- . 9~/967 deorl\ Brannon Duane Kno;1 ,JOUr C.a.pr ii.. c,rn Man - ( December 21 - ,Tar,uar / 20) The CaI,r 1corn M Jn 1.; ,..lwayb Oil f-t ( ,, OVE c.n'1 th1:. r1, rcti.;r. to his p, ~,, 0f succe_s is l."V r 11pi-, .. rJ. Hl •-~ds the resp t, t;tus nd mattr;al ~ ~~rity cf carE:er. You '11 f ~r,d th r trier,~ er l,v r. LL l,:>+- 01' · c,f ti ~1., prl rv Mar, u s1:.ri,1s "'P, sin­tf Llkl."~ to bf' r,:, 1rt t:f r. 1 hi." 1.· r1:. a i .l n ,.. r. r 1 t' • h..: J-, , • . , ..:t WlLl l:• '• ~ , v, Ht t,.;r 'JU.J, t "· ~uprlCJrn. t k1:. 1 V V r - r1v1.ly, JS thy tJ , ryth1ng. He w l ~ t l:ett- r-i. ,0k1,,y as hrs. qe •. wh1lc not ea_y tc, live with, y0u ~an re.;t assured tr.at i, ha~ your bet- ~rterest at he~rt, as c 1 t-ber i: ;_C',,d or lover . When I.JOU' re old and gray, h1;. '11 .till look gre~t . He nlver forgets a friend. To start the NE:w Year otf right, here are the signs with which you are most compatible, and some of the reasons why. ARIES with SAGITTARW.:- You have many things in com­mon . A 3agittarius is less ego- oriented than you. Neither of you can stay mad fc,r long . It's just waste of time. You both like love and sex to be light- hearted , not h.avy- hand&d. Sex is merely an extension of each of ,jOJr personalities and should be open , free , fun- loving and independent. You arc both drawn to adventures witl strangers and are hon­est about your tri~xing out. If you are looking for +-rue love, Aries, you must become more selfless. If you can devot1:. qour energies to becoming less selfish, you can make a long and lasting lover out of a Sagit­t-! rius . ARIES with LSC- The Lion and the Ram provide each other with ego support . Leo brings oJt the best in gou . A Leo lover will admire your aggressive nature, cind at the same time, h_ wiLl be able to balance your 1npulsive attitut:fe. Arian passion coupled ~ith Leonine affection create a dynamic sex life - active and open for ex-perimentation . You must assure him of your love by telling him of it and the reasons why . Leos like to be monogamous . If you find he has been unfaithful, he is probably shopping around for a new lover . TAURUS with CANCER- Like you, Cancer tends to be a homebody. You will share powers of perception and communication which will give you a strong and en­during friendship even if you are not lifelong lovers . A common desire for harmony will allow you to com­promise in the face of conflicts . Don't let your love be poisoned by accumulating old hurts or disappoir,tments. Cancer Men will be faithful and ardent lovers as long as you meet their need tor security. Don ' t let your sex life become mechanical. The lack of love will drive him into the night, aided by booze and drugs. Because of iour lack of love, he will submit to all kinds of sexual indi7nitie~ with other men as a confirmation of his pooer self- image. TAURUS and VIRGO- You share basic goals, outlooks, and desires. Taurus can gently lead the Virgo into the joys of sensual pleasure. You have the ability to encourage him to enjoy uninhibited sex, which is good for both of you because he is always worried about his performance as a lover . Your relationship should be stable, solid , and integrated. GENI!lI with GEMINI- The physical and mental attraction between you will creat a force of infinite potential . Erotic experiments ar~ the very center of your phys­icul bend. You will not take each other for granted and will be willing to act out each others' fantasies. Usually there is no jealousy, fear, or suspicion in a Gemini to Gemini commitment. Patience will be all you need to overcome' y0ur problems . GEMINI with CAFRICORN-It won't be anir,ral magnetism that dra:,!j you two together, b zt ,,f~E r friends in­trrid•., , ,JOU, h~ will bf. comP !Ju Jr loitf t hobby. A dem,n11ng emot1ono1l rc1ati0~•~ip will r.ot do fc,r eit-J- r ct you. It Y"'1 rf' wi1L1ng t give nim a J: ig r,'.l, c.nd d c i: 1 ., ir lr;v , 'Ju ~· ,r. vV'€ rc..;mc 11 troubl 1rea .. c, rricurn~ r i •r, th ~r prll'lf' .,tt r t.Jrt'1 ur fiftl;J. Att I tr. J b .an .... ~ rial ·•,.:· s·, thP1./ • r, Z Cl 1X d.[,t:f P JC•, l C th t ,c, ' ~ , t fX r L J,e: 1./vu LC~ tJl pr ~r , J~a JOu'lL tc l r L1eved ana re ired b Cl'.lS h is net~ n ,:,f ir,t nse p,_•i0n or~ x111 aPp tit . ,nth :::,C? .t'IO-Hi. L1eS will U yJur first ,t­t r c~ ~ ,r, to him. It yo,, w ,it , man who cir, t"'k<' .i.11 ,JOUr lov~ and r,t~rn ~~, Lcok tor a ~crirpio. wr.'t ~ause him to be susficious cind hf will lavish 1./0u with all the devotion and attec+-iun you can pos-ib1y want . Your first s~xuul encounter can take place anywhere - park, office, baths. Your ~econd date should be at home. Invite him for a candlelight dinner, but make it simple, because you'll rush through it . The remainder of your gourmet exper­ience is limited only by your imagination . Your close harmony allows great Opf'nness ~11th each other. CANCER with TAURUS- There can be harmony and peace of mind that can transcend your moody lunar lows . His love of luxury can make you unnaturally extravagant . Your desire to please him does not serve your o:m best interest. He tends to be conventional. The bedroom is the only place he is willing to indulge in sex. He is not a prude, just a creature of habit . You'll have a large circle of friends and always act as a team. A Taurus lover will work hard for you and with you, but the direction must come from you. LEO with LIBRA- Your first encounter will probably be a long conversation. · Since you both have such attractive per sonalities , other men will flirt with you . You are more likely to be stirred to jealousy than he , but what is worse is you 're annoyed by his lack of jl."alousy . Your differen.:es are easily re­solved by intense conversation folLowed by equally intense sex. A fine romance will grow and , as the CONNECTIONS 11 years go by , your relationship will be the envy of your friends . LEO with PISCES-A Leo in love with a Pisces can turn insecurities into mere fantasies . The more gentle you are , the more a Pisces Man will trust you . You 'll find yourself mysteriously drawn to a Pisces . He has the power to attract and keep you without making demands . A Pisces Man will find strength in your generosity and willingly offer you devotion . VIRGO with GEl1INI-The real bond between you is more mental than physical, and initially there may be no sexual attraction . A little peace and quiet will help you stay on an even keel . Since neither of you is driven by sexual passion , your sex lives should be tranquil and undemanding. You are more easily hurt than he is , but neither holds grudges. A sense of duty to each other will allow you to forgive each other. The older your Gemini lover , the better for you . As he matures, he will value you for the serious person you are. A solid base of mutual respect , enli vened by intellectual in­sight , provides a speci al love . VIRGO with CAPRICORN- Whi l e thi ngs get off to a slow start with a Capricorn Man, persevere. Sex gradually takes on a special warmth and i ntimacy . You will be loyal as friends and faithful as lovers. Since Cap­ricorn Men get better with age , you may consider a man much older than you . If he has a Capricorn ris­ing, you 'll find him a gentle and considerate lover. If he has a Fire sign rising , there will be enough creativity between you to make an exciting and succes­sful relationship . LIBRA with VIRGO- Because you are a romantic and a Virgo is an idealist , you may have some problems to overcome. A Virgo wants to serve his lovers and you need all the ways he shows love. Be careful not to take unfair advantage of him. If you become lazy or sejfish , it ' s all over. You have the ability to bring the deepest sexual pleasure to a Virgo . Libra and Virgo can be loving, helpful partners, above and beyond the transient pleasures of one- dimensional sexual arrangements . LIBRA with GEMINI-Gemini men are attracted to you be­cause of your wit and charm. Both of you enjoy the fun of flirtation and will allow each other to trick out without guilt. If a Gemini calls you for a second date, he is interested in you romantically and social­ly. Sex toys, stimulants and costumes can become part of your sexual repertoire. If you blend the need for free.dam with the desire for one another ' s company, your relationship can be an enriching combination of affection and intellectual stimulation . SCORPIO with CANCER-Romance with a Cancer l1an will Jwve a depth and dimension that you haVI, nt.'ver exper­ienced before. It you are hoping to find a man .:ibl<' to ac.·1..:ept the inter,sity of your needs a~ a lover Jnd fulfill them with affection and devotior, th-:it cht1Z­len; es y0~r cap~cit~ ta receive the lave you cr~ve, the canct r Nan is all you war,t. ~Ii th hi,n as your p,,rtn,:,r, JOu cir,:, timulated and never appreh nsivc .Jbuut U,, • ecurity in yc-ur i:E 1a.tio1,ship. He will n,:,v r hurt yc,•1 by being untaithful ,:,r disl,ya.Z. .JCORPIO 1-1itl: PISCES-You will sha.re IT'2ntJ mutull inter­e.; ts w;.tJ, a Pisc,.~. You don't W=•"d your t.JOLS '?f elf-d,:,ft n~t.' ht rE, E i ':J-,c r. He is willing to trust yuu with his emotions. You muy br tvnpt,,d to use c.1"7 abu,-,, him, but it you Jo, there is the danger both of yuu ,1ill becc-me lest in _ a tantasy world ~t a.lc_ohol, druys, or ~-elf-d€.struct1.ve sex. A relutions/11.p with a Pisces L; not your om; chance tor happiness , but it does repre-ent a specia.l opportunity for fultillment. SAGITTARIUS with PISCES-With the Pisces, there is a new beginning in your domestic life . You have to take the initiative. He is simply too timid . Be kind and gentle to him and be ready for many long nights of , ., ., .. ., , l l -· ,: •• , ,. ,. , .. , , , , , ., , I , 'I' .. •• , , ,,,,~11.,,,.,J,1✓ .. ,.~ .• : •• r-....... lovemaking. If you abuse him, he is not above trick­ing around . A Sagittarius- Pisces lov~ commitment is more successful if both of you have had lovers before. Learn to appreciate the extra touches of idealism and romanticism and you ,1ill attain new levels of matur­ity with a Pisces lover. SAGITTARIUS with LEO-A love affair with a Leo holds promise for great gains in emotional and practical matters. The potential for more and more satisfying sex with him is what keeps you interested. The dig­nity that is so attractive in a Leo lover can be ac­centuated and extended with the vision of your Sagit­tarian nature. The secret to keeping a Leo's pride intact is systematic flattery . A common goal or project is essential to make love last . CAPRICORN with ARIES-Lite with an Aries Han attracts you because of its ups and downs . He has a lot of energy you can direct . Arians really enjoy hot, pas­sionate lovemaking ; but , unlike you , ge becomes bored if it takes too long. He will respect your need for privacy , but you really get off on the way he energizes your life. It may not last forever , but you will trea ­sure the time you spend with an Aries lover. CAPRICORN with VIRGO-A Virgo man wi ll provide the kind of sensible and practical love you want . Your sex will not be impulsive or impatient . Both of you will appear reser ved in public , but your private moments are warm , intimate and totally satisfying. You both tend to stay faithful . Domescic harmony is virtually assured be­cause of your similar values . A Virgo works as a true partner. He will support your goals and provide the possibilities for progress and gro,lth which are essen­tial to your happiness. AQUARIUS with ARIES- You will be attracted to his youth­ful spirit and boisterous manner. He will recognize his own pioneering spirit with more intellectual con­sciousness in you . He will not be as fantasy -oriented in bed as you are . You will probably trick ouc and talk openly about it . You can work well together on short- term projects . An Aries will be a loving com­panion who is fun, loyal , generous , and (although you may not know it) sincerely devoted to the relationship he shares with you . AQUARIUS with GEMINI-An affair with a Gemini Man will be a unique experience that defies convention and forms a very close bond between you . You both look upon sex as another form of expression and a recreational adven­ture. lleither of you will be faithful . Sex is just fun . Other people may think you have an awful rela­tionship, but you don ' t give a damn. Sex is not your security blanket! Rather , the love and commit:ment you share, is. You will live your life together for the mom~nt with an eye for tomorrow. What more could you ask .1.or? PISCES with CAPRICORN- To sustain a Capricorn love rf.•­lationship, you must be mature. A Capricorn may sef.m too stricr and ri~manriing, but all h~ really wants is for yo11 to find yourself. H~ will only unJcrstar.d your dreams when JOU share them ;vith J-dm. He will ii .va.nt to please you s_xc.1ally, but sex with J-,i,n is very do~m to earth. De_pit,, tl,- h;_qh expectc.tion he J-,as fur II you, you ca.n re.Lax \vl. th hi. • H• won't require over­r, ight success. It yoc.1 aSK for his aavice, you shoula fullow it. If you don't ask, he may not understand, ' but ell will bt okdy if it differs frqIJ1 the wa.q he would hav~ h~ndled the problem • • PISCL" wirh CANCER-If you •re ready for roman.:e, Pis­ces, look nc tui:thE:r. A Cancccr Mdn is it. His devoti0n rEpresents tnF kind of all - encumpassing commitment qou wa.nt. Ca.nc~rs can be shy, but a SIT'J.le can be. Just the encourcigcmc.nt he ne~ds to make th~ first movn. Cancers lov~ the sensuous art of tore­play and he will arouse all your fan~asies . You will be faithful partners, and he will think of a life with you as forever . Life with a Cancer Man will become a happy and exciting dream come true. r,-_,_. ,,,. .._ •• •••4•"•1~, 12 CONNECTIONS BOOKS THE fv'ENOClA REPORT Revie~ by Lars Eighner For what it is , The Mendola Report deserves to be J:ought, read , and carefully considered by gay couples, by gays who are considering coupling, and even by those happy singles who have no intentions of coupling. But, for what it pretends to be, The Mendola Report deserves a healthy Bronx cheer . Ms . Mendola set out to investigate ' those quiet gay couples who live in a style that does not draw attention to itself.' She sent a questionaire through a neb-.Ork of friends and organizations - but defin­itely NOr BARS. She reported the response to her questionaire and intervie~ a psychologist and a number of couples. The Mendola Report presents a number of issues which starry-eyed young couples often overlook, like those dreary insurance and property arrangerrents . It also shows that coupling, for gays or straights, naturally involves sorre friction and adjustrrent prob­lems. It is far better to be prepared, and these insights are easily v.arth the price of the rook . Unfortunately, Ms. Mendola presents her v.ark as scientific research on the level of Masters and John­son, Kinsey, or the Hite Report. She is not a re­searcher in this class , and she falls on her face atterrpting to nake herself into one. Ms . Mendola has carefully tabulated the percent­age responses to each of the questions on her ques­tionaire. She appears to think her numbers rrean sorrething, for she cites her Ovm figures tirre and again. It is very hard to tell whether she suffers rrore from pretension or ignorance. She reports being happy that the percentage re­turn of her questionaire far exceeded that expected from mail- back questionaires . The possibility that this indicates a particualar bias in her sarrple does not appear to occur to her. Does she know better? Does she expect we v.an't notice? She refuses to distribute her questionaire in bars, then cheerfully concludes that coupled male horrosexuals are no rrore likely to be promiscuous than coupled male heterosexuals. The possibility that the promiscuous couples could be hanging out at the bar is of no apparent concern. And she slips- in the tacit assumption that there is sorrething wrong with promiscuity. Ms . Mendola does not acknowledge any studies of horrosexual couples which preceeded hers. Is she un­aware of this J:ody of literature? Or does she sirrply not care to invite corrparison between her chatty, amateur volurre and the v.ark of the serious investiga­tors? There is pl ty of room for a popularization of the findings of the academics, or even for an aniateur to take issue. Ms . Mendola does not have to pretend to have made the only significa'1t con­+- ril:ution to this field in order to produce a ,.orth- ?.:lile rook . But the larger flaw of The ~-lend.Ola Ref()rt is its ailing to nake it clear that it is investigating u .. ly one small alternative in gay lifestyle, and , .l~ fact , only one general fonn of gay coupling. Her kind of gay couple is just like straight narried couples - only different. She assurres the values o::: straight society and tries to show that gay c.:ouples can live up to them. COUPLING: A PARTIAL CHECKLIST by Lars Eighner How much you love each other, whether your arrangerrent will be open, closed or sorrewhere in between, and what you like in red - these questions are likely to be answered by the tirre you are think­ing of fonning a couple. Here are a few you might not have considered, but which can nake the differ­ence: Where will you live? Will you J:oth have family , friends and acquaintances there? What detennines where you live? One partner 's job? Is one partner tied to a locality for sare irrportant reason? Will you J:oth v.ark? If not, will the partner who stays at horre get an allowance of mad rroney? How will you handle rroney? If one of you doesn ' t v.ark , what will be done al:out the hole in the resurre in case of death or separation? Who will own the house and/or the car? Is there a will to protect the surviving consort from the avarice of relatives? Will there be ready cash for the survivor in case the will is contested? What al:out exes , male or fenale? Children? How will they be dealt with? Will your arrangerrent affect visiting rights or custody? What do your families know? What will they be told? Is there likely to be trouble? Is there , for exarrple, an aging grandparent who need not be given an explicit picture of the arrangerrent? What are your expectations in case of a job loss or financial reversals? Are there religious differences? What al:out housekeeping? Pets? Who is in charge of the decorating? What do friends think? Will they l:e supportive? How will predatory singles l:e dealt with? Do you have coupled friends to socialize with? What a~pects of your life have been geared to l:eing single? How is the health of your consort? Your own? Is there an age difference? What can reasonably be expected of that difference over tirre? Is there a fundarrental difference in degree of cornnitrrent? What are the relative strengths and natures of your mutual dependencies? Have previous relationships fallen into a set pattern? What is your o..m real rrotivation for coupling? What do you think your consort's rrotivation is? What are the reasonable prospects for significant changes in your life situation? What are your occupational goals? How will you rreet them? Are there drug or alcohol problems? Gambling? Does one partner have reservations al-out his/her sexual identity? Will your partner be able to inter­act successfully with your friends? Your family? Your business associates? Are there cultural differ­ences? Political differences? These are only sorre of the possible irrportant questions. Many do not have right answers and sorre will not be very irrportant for a given individual . Nonetheless , the pair who spend hours discussing the ,iedding, rut no tirre confronting questions like these may l:e in for sorre unpleasant surprises . If you l:elieve the obj~ct of Gay Lil:eration is to 1:e just like straight people - only different, then you will wann to !-Is . Mendo::.c1 '. thes.i.s. If you appreciate the alternarives offered by the gay lifestyle, then you will haw to ':a,e The Mendola Report with a grain of !:cit. The 11endol.:i Repu.r:t: A l!C>W [c,c,k dt Ga.y Couples. by l-Ja..r:y 1-JendQleJ. C.r:c;m Publi ~, .r:s , Gne Pa.r:k Avenue, tlew Yc;.r:k ::Y 10016. 2fitJ page~. $12. 95. ~~~~~c ON N ECT IONS~~~~ 13 ~GREASE~ TEX'S COLORADO STREET BAR DECEMBER, 1980 Fhotos by Carr Strong 14 CONNECTIONS TO'l ROBINSON RETURNS TO AUSTIN by Jim Olinger After nearly two years, Tom Robinson is returning to Austin. Last time , he played to a crowd of over 400 at the Armadillo. The following is part of the review I wrote for GAY AUSTIN: In a v.erld grown bored with the carrpy antics of aging heterosexual drag queens like Rod Stewart, it' s alrrost shocking to see an openly-gay singer performing without i:osing and affectation. The amazing thing about Tcm Robinson isn ' t his righteous indignation and rage , his dedication, or even his considerable talents. It is his joy in the strug­gle. He projects an energy and intensity that gal-l vanizes an audience . The rrost powerful song of the evening was "(Sing ~f You 're) Glad to be Gay, " which celebrates surviving ~ the oppression of JX)lice , press , queer bashers , and the harophobic queens who think "Gay Lib 's ridiculous" and continue to cower in their closets . In spite of all this , "Sing if you 're glad to be gay, Sing if you 're happy that way. " Sing and fight back. Tom Robinson Band is as real people and events in their their affirmation of the style is real, too. songs of oppression, violence, and rebellion. pride and courage and f i nally have a gay band Continued on p~ge 15 TEX'S COLORADO STREET BAR 404 COLORADO, . CONNECTIONS 15 CONNECTIONS CALENDAR Sat Jan 10 Sun Jan 11 M::m Jan 12 'fue Jan 13 Thu Jan 15 JANUARY 1981 11 am- 4pn, MXA M:ml:;ership Day. Call 477- 7747 for details . 10μn-2am , free STD (sexually transmitted diseases) screening by Gay People/ Health Care (fonrerly Gay Nurses Alli­ance of Austin) at New Apartrrent LOunge 2pn, MXA v.0rship service with Rev. Jim Norv.OOd of Fort worth Agape M2C and r ecording artist Dusty Shelton Dan 's Office Equiμrent relocates at 2816 Nueces , next door to tvk::Donald 's off Guadalupe 7: 30pn, MXA roard rreeting, 408 West 23rd 8pn, Gay Peopl e/Health Care (forrrerly GNAA) rreet ing. Call 453- 0816 for l ocation. Sat Jan 24 J.l,bn Jan 26 'fue Jan 27 10μn-2am, free STD screening by Gay People/Health Care at the Private Cell ar Torn Robinson and Sector 27 perform at Club Foot. See page 14 . 7:30pn, Austin Lesbi an Gay Politi cal Cau­cus rreeting, Austin Laml:rla. Topic: · "LObbying the Texas Legislature" Fri Jan 30 Dan 's Office Equipnent gives away a free Mler Correctable typewriter, 2816 Nueces C0'1ING EVENTS Fri Feb 13 Waren-only Valentines benefit for Austin Lesbi an Gay Poli tical Caucus M:EKLY EVENTS Sunday 2pn, MXA v.Orship service, 408 West 23rd 6:30pn, free C&W dance lessons , Red River Crossing 7pn, T-dance, Tex 's Colorado Street Bar. Free draft beer. 8pn, Dignity liturgy. Call 477- 6699 for location. J.l,bnday 7: 30pn, Austin Lambda lesbi an rrothers rreeting (childcare) 8- 10pn, Austin Lambda gay rren 's awareness session. 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" the distance away from the mean. And the distance is a result of the function between the mean and the standard deviation . So, now we can . " ~ Bi l l VanPatten TCVvl ROBINSON - continued from page 14 e:iat 's really concerned with gay people. It's about tme. . Next tirre ~ Robinson makes it to town, go see hllll. You owe it to yourself . Find out why r was one of four hundred queens shouting "Sing if you're gl ad U? be g~y, Sing if you 're happy this way. " Since his last appearance in Austin Tom enter­tained at the National March on Washingt~n for Les­bian and Gay Rights in November, 1979. Tom Robinson and his new band, Sector 27, will be at Club Foot ( 110 E 4th) on Monday, Jan. 26, 1981. Tom hasn't changed any. So go see hi, 1 , even if the Club Foot management is afraid to advertise his appearance in CONNECTIONS because "it could damage our straight image . 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