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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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Transcript 14 connecTioisis REAM INTERPRETATION by '-'arc In this iss te, ri how to ask your dreams for help. The main problem in understanding a dream is to disc e on your mind or in your heart cauuod it. You can ask your dream for help before falling asleep. Every dreamer must find their own best way of eliciting help fr . ne good way is to say something like this to you are relaxed in bed: "Thank you, dream power, for the dream last night. I don't quite understand it. Please send me another dream on the same subject, but send one easier for me to comprehend. Thank you." Repeat this over while drifting off. Your dreams are your way of com- -nuriicating directly with your heart, for the heart is the origin of all your dreams, you wish me to interpret your dream, write it down and bring it to Cay Community Services or mail it to Aunt Esmerelda, c/o CONNECTIONS, 2h01 Manor Rd. #118", Austin TX '($'(22. It will be forwarded unopened. e include your phone number, as I may need to con- >ut details. Everything will be strictly B . FEBRUARY'S DREAM 1 dreamed T went crazy because my parents wouldn't let me have sex with my friends. In my dream, I was locked in the bathroom with two other guys. We were - a bath and having a three-way orgy. Mom came into the bathroom and started bawling me out. Then I went crazy, I started shitting all over everything, I hit ray mom with a pan, over and over. I wasn't afraid of my father anymore. I told him I didn't care - he could beat me up or kill me or whatever. My parents took me to the State Hospital, MARC'S ANALYSIS ■ jeems that you are very frustrated with your parents accepting your lifestyle. Possibly, your own self-conflicts make you try to convince them your lifestyle is good. Their refusal to accept you as you are creates great hostility, which is manifested in the hitting and shitting. You are ultimately defying your parents and attempting to manifest yourself as an individual distinct from them. The shitting all over everything could symbolize rejection of "accepted" behavior or the time you've wasted trying to prove yourself to your parents. WANTED: THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BOY IN AMERICA Robert Patrick, author of KENNEDY'S CHILDREN, is looking for the most beautiful boy in America to audition for the role of "Tom" in the forthcoming New York production of his nation-wide hit T-SHIRTS. Called by the SoHo Weekly News "one of the funniest plays you'll ever see," T-SHIRTS was an unqualified smash when presented last summer in New York as a showcase production. It has also been a hit in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis and Phoenix, the Los Angeles Times describing it as "witty, taut and sparkling.' "Tom should appear 19," says playwright Patrick, "and be both radiantly beautiful and exceptionally intelligent. He must be well-built—there is some nudity—and have a wry sense of humor that cloaks a very real vulnerability." The new production will be directed by Mr. Patrick and produced by Lawrence Lane for The Glines, New York's non-profit organization for gay arts. Pictures and resumes should be sent to Lawrence Lane, 28 Willow Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201. The text of T-SHIRTS is published in GAY PLAYS: A FIRST COLLECTION, ed. Wm. M. Hoffman, Avon/Bard Books (paperback). The Glines is funded, in part, by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts,
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