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Title Connections, Vol. 2, No. 2, February 1980
Contributor
  • Olinger, James K.
Publisher Gay Community Services
Date February 1980
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 5962584
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 002
Transcript I "■"■"■■■^""■^■^■^^REEfl LGONNeG^OHS^J FEWMM 19BO AUSTIN M0L.2 AI0.2 I N S BANS GAYS IMMIGRATION TO CONTINUE TO BAR KNOWN GAYS (iGNA) - The Justice Department's legal counsel 'uled that the Immigration and Naturalization Service should not admit known homosexuals into the United States until Congress removes a 1952 anti-gay provision ■:WS. John M, Harmon told The San Francisco Chronicle that enforcement of the anti-homosexual provisions of .. is required even if the agency no longer re- e cooperation of the U.S. Surgeon General and .Lee. That would mean thai ■ .^ess would be left in the han:. ■ ' -■ ■ . Thi:: >mes as an unexpected blow to hopes ■ . ' . ■ . ' 'ion confronts ga; rganiza- : tiey can try to have Coi - "•.d- :i of a "psycho- /' ■ mrt ' Lons, y can take Anita for President - ::ier of last Ju]y to consider guilty of unethical conduct any mei | anticipate in Immigration med- jexuality. IES IH IMMIGRATION HARASSMI Canadian women I 0 the Fourth Annual Michigan Women's Festival this past summer were totally unprepared for the outrageous treatment they received from U.S. -ion border guards as they ■ •ed to enter this country at Port Huron, Mich- . The women were greeted with questions such as: "When was the last time you slept with a women? Which do you enjoy mon . Lng with a man or a * women? What do you do in bed? Who is the male and who is the female in your relationship? Why are you traveling with other women?" The border guards, having heard that the music festival was likely to attract a large number of ns, refused to allow dozens of women they suspected of being homosexual to enter the country. ■ ' :-ective" by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service specifying that suspected homosexuals were not to be denied entry into ... ■ ' ve vas thi Health Ser to conduct examina tion, people. The PHS, which has the ithority to conduct such examinations, adopted icy (at NGTF'u hat homosexuality is not a mental disorder in 1978. ..' Task Force's request, Leonel Castillo, the outgc' .;ioner of the INS, order- !: immediate end to harassment by border officials and called for an invistigation to determine why his earlier directive had been ignored. Some women who had originally been turned back at the boarder were subsequently allowed to enter the country, but there was no way to reach many of the women who had returned home. ■ivorable" to advertisements in sever- .ews- papers, indicating the nation is ready for a woman executive. /ills says that if Anita is nor" raplous lady will run airie fire on a windy day." Wills suggests the following people as possible running mates for Mrs. Bob Green: former Texas Attorney I ;3sador to Great Britain Anne Armstrong, retired General Alexander Haig, and Senator Robert Dole, E-Kanj "Our whole lives are bound up in politics. I spend my own money for the things that I believe in, believe this country desperately needs to do something about the homose:- 'ion of a great number of people in the country," he said. women in Oetobf' . :h on Washington. JEB
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