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Title The Star, No. 10, March 23, 1984
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  • Hyde, Robert
Date March 23, 1984
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  • Austin, Texas
  • San Antonio, Texas
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Transcript Austin Prepares for AIDS Awareness Week The Austin gay/lesbian community is pre­paring for AIDS Awareness Week, sche­duled to begin April 1, designed to educate the community regarding the killer syn­drome and to raise funds for further educa­tional and commun ity activities regarding AIDS. Although initiated by Austin's Lesbian­/ Gay Political Caucus, the committee for AIDS Awareness Week also includes other members of the community who are help­ing solicit cooperation from local lesbian­/ gay bar owners and managers who have shown interest in holding AIDS Aware­ness Week events and activities. The caucus will discuss the AIDS Awareness Week at its regular meeting Mrch 27, followed by an approach to Aus­tin's City Council on March 29 to issue an official declaration of the week. On April 3, an AIDS Update Forum will be held at 8 p.m. in the Texas Union build­ing of the University of Texas; on April 7, State Treasurer Ann Richards will speak at a cocktail party and silent auction to be held at the Hilton Inn; and on April 8, a blood drive will be held from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at St. Luke's United Methodist Church to create a fund from which at-risk people, who may have difficulty getting blood insurance, can draw should they ever need blood. ''The week is planned in recognition of the serious nature of AIDS and its increas­ing incidence in the Austin area, accord­ing to Janna Zumbrun, Austin AIDS Awareneu Week Committee coordinator. "We're trying to play a part in allowing Austin to avoid the unnecessary negative experiencee which have occurred in some citiea-unfounded hysteria, increased dis­crimination against gays in general, inadequate medical and social servicee for AIDS patients, and a lack of reliable medi­cal information for persons at risk for AIDS." For more information, call 512/441- U30. ~L.IS>ti r,/~~,., ~r,te>r, i<:> C3ic3y C::::<:> m m L.I ..-, i t y M a r c h 23, 1984 Issue .10 Publishe d E v e ry Other Friday Lesbian/ Gay Democrats of Texas to Meet The Lesbian/Gay Democrats of Texas will hold a statewide general membership meeting in Austin, March 24, to disc\188 its strategy for the 1984 election year. The organiza tion, working within the Democratic Party toward the elimination of social, political and economic discrimination based on sexual orientation, will focus on can­didate recommendations and endor• sementa in the Texas U.S. Senate race, the Texas Democratic Party officer elections and the U.S. presi­dential race. Also convention strategy regard­ing delegate selection, resolutions and platform goals, public presence at the convention and advertising and hospitality will be discussed, as well as fundraising. The group will meet from 1-4 p.m. at the County Courthouse Annex. A two-year membership is $5 and may be purchased at the meeting. For more information, write LGDT at Box 64493. Dallas, Tex. 75206. Authors of 'Male Couple' Show Problems of Gay Guys in Love By Rober t Hyde ''Our relationships get trivialized by the rest of the world and by themselves, some­times," said David McWhirter, in town th•• week to cu11CU88 The Male Coup/,•, a book he co-authored with his lover of 12 v1>ars Andrew M ltison. "It takP I.hr years before even our gay world re<"og nizes our relationshiPti," he added. "We all yearn for one, and then trivialize them when they occur We don't sanctify them enough. We don't value our relationships 11s I feel w(• •hould. We, ourselves, underes­timat,, them "When you get marned. that's like, 'Oh, wow!'" he said, emphasizing the dPgree to which hPterosexual marriages are recog­nized in this society. •·we sort ohtand in recognition of a heterosexual relationship, but ourg are not important, and they are! Absolutely they are!" They are important enough to McWhir­ter and Mattison to have launched them on an extensive five-year study to produce the intensive data that is the backbone of this work. David and Drew, as they prefer to be called, interviewed 156 couples in and around San Diego, Calif., questioning them on their lifestyles a nd how their rela ­tionships developed over the years. Then while in Hawaii, the men had an intellec­tual frenzy regarding what to do with the material they had at hand and realized that gay men's couple relationships pass through various stages of development, not that far removed from Dr. Benjamin Spock's baby guide or the popular Pas SO/lf'.>;. Th~ writers divided the stages as fol• lowH: "Blending," the first year of a relation• ship with its high SPxual activity and limerence: "Neflting," years two and three for building a home and ~nding compatibil­ity, but 11l so deahng with decline in limer­encr 11nd inc-reused ambivalence· "M11intaining," ycnrs four ~nd five wht•rt• m11lr. couplrs t•stablish tradition~ but also hav(• to deal with th(• md11•1dual thPy ·murri,!d" 11long with cert.am risks und con 01cls, • Building " y,•ors six through 10," hPr!' couplt•.s colluboratc and h,•gin to drpcnd on c ich other ns "ell ns cstnbhsh some mdq,cndrn R, lea mi: ' wh• re c uplc D for l?J'anted; and "Renewing," for beyond 20 years, where men still together achieve security, restore their partnership and remember how it was. Beyond the above six stages, the authors mentioned that there's a Stage 0 where .,_.,,. can .-& thf!' ahow i the­ground, and a Stage 7, where one partner survives following a death. But m addition to the simplification of the above "stages of male couple,;." the book L, perhaps a more vahd contnbution to gay m<'n becauseitexammcs gaylifeas no other book to date. Here guys can remember ho" they acted when they first fell in love with Prince Charming, as well as how they felt when that pnnce turned mto a frog. It's also a literary crystal ball for gazing into an unpredictable future, as well as an "are wr. really like this" study· dissecting an immediate presenL But David, the friendly M.D. with the gla~ses, was quick to point out that he doe not want their book to become a standard, · per se. by which male couples gage them­selveK. "We want to go back and back and back and say over and over again. 'Please don't do that,'" he said. ~we want to say that here is a model, and we haven't had many of tho,;e We netd lots of them. "We just don't need OzZJe and Harriet, we nt'f'd Kramer and Kramer. As hetero­sexuals have developed, we need lots of different models, and very fortunately we're c-reatmg them," David smd. · But the creation 1,hould come from the gay communil} and gay couplf's them• selves, the authors emphasized, not from the stud). '·One of the reasons we .,o strongly warn against it !comparing your,;elf to the book), is to understand ho" easy it is to say, 'Ah, here it is"' But a reason to say, "Here it isn't," 1s that rclatiolll'h1ps art> c.hangmg ,,,-ith the times, according to the authors, another reason not to hold the book up as a model for pM"Sonal conduct or expectations "I think that gay people are once again on the forefront of change in the de, elop­ment of relation hip m different "a~ s " Dr<•w said "\\e ha,e lots of people we knc'" "ho td<'nhfy themseh es a- couples "ho hvP m different househo ds and make 1t "ork m d1ffrrentc1ue andsay1t,.orks th roun trv an ge ethe fi r n• uedpage4 2 THE STAR/ MARCH 23, 1984 San Antonio By~9n~e Totally Out of Control I simply must get out of bed sometime this afternoon. These bars in this town are simply destroying all concepts of sell-preservation. They're so fabulous that I refuse to sit home and watch the 10 o'clock news. Plus, no one's going to come knocking on my doors. You have to catch Prince Charming when he's on horseback, and my entry way ,s not that big (bog-but not that bog). -o- Part of this dreadful headache I'm nursing this afternoon IS from my hot evening over at A_. _,. (formerly "Cahoots1, Scotty Roberta ha really foxed the place up with Nu Musik and Nu Lites and it's all too much for me. I could get addicted to the place. And ,f that's not enough, I could get addicted to the men who go there. My, god, Scotty, are you trying to kill me? -e-lf I don't die at your place. I might die at Snul• fy'L I mean, how much champagne can a girl drink? Let me tell you, honey, I drank gallons at their fourth anniversary party last weekend. Gallons• The Muetang Bend was wonder1ul. I had to have a fresh glass of the bubbly every­tome they struck a new tune What was the name of the last one. lellas? -o- Oh, by the way, Roger, did Prtaay ever get you that cup of coffee with your rolls? -a- Okay, my reputation ,s ruined I was at the San Pedro Connection last weekend and had a marvelous tame. So why Is my reputation ruined? I spent most of my time there In abso­lute lust looking at Robert the bartender. Now all the world knows how I am' But I'm going to sneak back on Sunday afternoon and clean up my act Classical mus,c ,s being played from 2-5 and I w,11 absolutely force myself to behave -a-l think I'll cut back on my bOOze a bit and try to be respectable over at Our Place which Is pack­aging some nice thongs for us this spring. Sun­day, they re having a bene!Jt for the Aockln A's, and donl forget their IOgo contest deadhne of April 1 Call 340-1758 from 4-6 for info. -a- Aobert. should I really ask you what you were doing on the floor at the 2015? -a- Well, of I can possibly stand it. I'll lay off the booze and get an shape lor the flffta Run '84 to be held April 27-29 For more info on that affair, write Box 169672, San Antonoo 78280 The run will open with a D-n ·n· Dirty Denim Contest Oh, god There's that word again "dirty ·• I'm sure to lose control again. AustBiny Soap Tututu Dev1ne Spring is So Fab Up Here Im 1ust sittong up here on my lake house over­looking 1he beautaful blue waters of Lake T ra­vlS sIppIng Dom Pengnon and dreaming of that wonder1ul lavender silk gown I'll be wear­ing this everung when Joan Collons drops by for dinner We've been wanting to get together ever since our httle tea on the Rove Gauche, but I JUS1 have nor been able to work her onto my schedule But now that the red bud trees are blooming and bluebonnets are shrrmg up my longings for my dearest friends. I'm sure I'll find t,me to stay ,n town at least a few days to catch up. -a- Wh,le I was on Rome. Agatha. my dearest, dear­est maid, said that this wonder1ul city of ours has Just been burstang with excitement One wonders why I even have a passport' -o- Agatha says that two new hot spots are open­mg which will def1n1tely totallate our desires for thongs we have never had before One ,s Oz, which con1ures dreams of Emerald Coty. and , the other ,s Uncle Chertle'a, which sounds like a nice place to meet interesting people Thelma Houeton w,11 be opening Oz this wee­kend for 8111 Huber and Tom s-ywith what Agatha says will be a super show. Also Jimmy J-will be there. And if you haven't s_, Jimmy Ja'"", you've mossed one of the world's greatest lltus,on,st. Hos Marilyn Mon­roe had me convinced that our beloved Marllyn had returned from the dead. Then she's really never died, has she? -a-l also understand that Auetln'a Megabarwill be opening. Dale Ow- and Randy Speights are promising great food, great dancing. great food, great fun, great food. Oh, excuse me. This champagne is making me famished. Any­way, Agatha says that the boys are planning a Coke dance for Sunday at 5pm, a wet jock­short (heavens') contest on Mondays and a Rock 'n' Roll evening on Tuesdays. I'll simply have to dress In something chic and pay them a visit I have just the dress in mind. -o- Agatha tells me that while I was surveying Capri's delicoous men. Austin has been look­mg at the,r own personal hunks at the G,_., Pllfflll I must say that Texas has its share of beautiful men, but I 1ust can't believe that they're all at the G,_., Panol I just can't believe 11, can't believe ,t, can't believe it. I'll see you there this weekend. If not, I'm sure to drive my hmo by Monday through Thursday. Can you belleve that Gary has happy hour trom midnight toll closing? Why, why drink alone? -o- Agatha tells me that Bacluotl'Ntwas so incredi­bly hot last weekend that the Fire Marshall got alarmed. Not that any laws were being broken, it was just the steam rising from that place. Quite frankly, Agatha hasn't been worth a damn this week. All she thinks about Is getting back to BackatrHl Can too much of a good thing be bad for you? And I'm not talking about the hot dogs -o- I must admit I did hit the town this week. I just couldn't resist Dirty Sally's on St. Patrick's Day Now ,f there's anyone in town who can possibly get the green out of my fabulous coif­fure, please let me know -a- Oh, my god' Agatha just told me something about "hairy balls'' every Monday at the Cr-­Ing. I simply won't touch that Ask Daisy And what's this about Martians pulling on Ed's ears? I seem to remember a joke I overheard while in floght to Pans about that one. I won't repeat ,t here. -o- Okay, Tututu must let her hair down on April 6 and 7 when the HIU Country Laathermen hold their first anniversary party at the Back Strfft Baalca. Just wait until you see what I picked up in Transtyvania to wear to their "Black and Bluebonnets" fete. If you want to finally meet me, Tony Rihn is taking reservations through the mail at Box 595, Manahacoy, Texas 78652. Do try to come My god! I start dilating Just thinking about it. -o- But stop this I simply must clean up my act I think I'll go over to the 0•1• Mlnlltry this Sun­day and try to become a better person. Their service begins at 11am. Expect to see my Mer­cedes at 7109 Highway 290 East. I'll be in Suite C. Talk with Joy (441-9191) or Mafll (834-8357) for more inspirational Inspiration. It's so nice to have a place llke the ministry to go to when the world just gets too much for you And 11 does sometimes. Even for me. But I mustn't let Joan know that. Good Luck Marcial in the Mr. Gay San Antonio Pageant Also, don't forget our Sunday Brunch, noon MARCH 23, 1984 / THE STAR GRAND OPE I G WEEKE D 705 RED RIVER• 478-6806 AUSTIN . FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE IN CONCERT .. · ~ i \ii ~\ . . MARCH 23 THELMA HOUSTON It Sunday Night Show_ featuring * DEVA SANCHEZ me * DION MARTELL *JI MMY JAMES * WHITNEY PAIGE * NICOLE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 "THE COPA GIRLS" * TIFFANY JONES *DONNA DAY *TASHA KOHL Tiffany Jones Tasha Kohl 4 THE STAR/ MARCH 23, 1984 'Male Couple' Authors Show Problems of Gay Guys in Love from page 1 three months and say that's how it works. Last month when we were vacationing in Acapulco, we met couples who were bi­continental." David added, "We really have the oppor­tunity to create relationships and make them anything we want. Don't get tied down to the heterosexual model. Don't get tied down to the mom and dad model. Don't get tied down to what we're writing about right now. "Let's be creative with ourselves," David emphasized. "Let's make relation­shjps that are supportive to our humaness and which satisfy our needs. Let's not get strung up with all the old rules." But apparently that is what most male couples have done, still expecting their relationships to work like Antony and Cleopatra's when they should more closely resemble Antony and Caesar's. And with this new study, maybe they'll have a few contemporary "romans" to at least mirror some of their activities and feelings. Close to the core of their book is the "heart" of the study which blows to hell any preconceived notion of capturing a lumberjack and running off to Montana to live happily ever after. Lumberjacks can be captured, but he's most likely to live across town from you as with you and have sex with just about anyone he pleases, though there are exceptions to the rule. And, also, most gay couple relation­ships average about five years. Dreary thoughts for romantics raised on Prince Charming/Cinderella stories. "It's tough to talk to those romantics," Drew said. "They're either in high limer­ence or don't want to believe you no matter what you say. 'I think a lot of us unconsciously or unwillingly still buy into the myths about the brevity of male couples.' "Most of them did grow up with the Ozzie and Harriet model. I think the farth­est away that Ozzie and Harriet ever got in that whole 10 years of television was Har­riet in the kitchen and Ozzie in the study. Thank, God, they produced Ricky." Yet most male couples still expect a happily-ever-after concept of their rela­tionships, and the authors are quick to point out that as soon as a big chunk of reality sets in after about one year, disap­pointments surface and the relationships fall on their faces. The "child" two men were trying to make gets quickly aborted when wine and roses are not delivered every night. David stated that the concept of a great romance was a definite factor in their study, a period he refers to as "high limer­ence. "There was a very high romance," he said of hjs findings. "A total feeling of being swept away with the other person for some period of time. "The difficulty is that those feeJjngs go down hill real rapidly," he said. "For most of us, they don't last.'' Drew added that it is at this point that most male couples stop the relationship and start a new one. "One of the things that commonly happens with male couples because of the high merging and Jimerence of stage one (the first year), they get real close, real fast, real intensely and it's wonderful and it's scary as hell," Drew said, "because the emotional vulnerability that is a conse­quence (of the relationship) goes part and parcel with the intimacy. "It's sort of a paradox," he said. "We sort of want the intimacy. We get fright­ened and are not trained and don't do well frequently with being vulnerable emotion­ally. And we might really get hurt. "And our response then," Drew con• tinued, "unwillingly or otherwise, is to emotionally distant one's self from the partner. "It's almost like a reaction against the intimacy and the blending and the limer­ence. It's scary. It's like falling into a hole." And then there's the other factor, which sometimes emerges early in male couples. "We don't like being tied up with some­body else. Or it's happened to me before, and I've gotten kicked in the nuts, so to speak, and I don't want that terrible pain of loss and separation again," he said. Another problem with male couples lies in their belief that male relationshjps don't last for long periods of time. "I think a lot of us unconsciously or unwillingly still buy into the myths about the brevity of male couples," Drew con­tinued. "So that's a self-fulfilling pro­phecy. "As an example, at the end of eight months we have a difficulty or a fight, instead of leaning in and kind of dealing with what's going on, we say, 'Well, let's blow it off. The door's this way. I don't want to deal with it. I'll get out."' David said that another reason for brief relationshjps between males is due to an upbringing formed by a heterosexual world where men attracted to men do not have the chance to become more mature at handling a responsible coupling. "We, as gay people, don't have the rehearsal behaviors that our heterosexual brothers and sisters have in adolesence," he said. "We're trying to play the straight game in adolesence. We're trying to date girls, and it's all phony. It doesn't work for us. "When we come out, then we have this adolesenct period," he said, then added, "but I don't think it's something peculiar to us as gay people. It's just easier in the gay world to do it." Although David and Drew are studying male couples, they will not confirm that having a relationship is the only way to fly. "Lots of single gay men develop inti­mate and close extended families," Drew said. "There's a group of friends that they hang out with. It's a pretty tight emotion­ally supportive circle." But David still contended, "It's a human yearning to be couples." Beyond the loss of limerence, the authors mentioned that problems con­cerning issues of money, power, control 'I think that gay people are once again on the foref rant of change in the development of relationships in different ways.' and competition have to be dealt with for a male couple to survive. "But the most important thing that keeps it together in the first 10 years we believe is that of choosing ways to find compatibility," David stressed, "ways to live together that are complimentary and service each other and satisfy each other's needs "The ways that we can become compati­ble early in a relationship are the things that assure pretty much ongoingness at least in the first 10 years. "And after that, it's Jack of possessive­ness where we Jose jealousy where we give away all those efforts we're making to change each other. We stop trying to change each other finally. After 10 years, we say, 'Okay, I'm going to love him and take him like he is.' "But finding compatibility and being as compatible as possible is the most impor• tant thing in maintaining a smooth, ongo• ing kind of plateau," he said. Despite a concentration on the gay cul­ture, the authors still fall back into a hete­rosexual mold when they assume a federally sanctioned recognition of homo-' sexual couples would help create more solid relationships. But who knows? The 1980 census revealed that the old concept of the nuclear family is, according to David, "almost like a dinosaur already." Also the divorce rate, coupled with increased life expectancy, is clearly show-ing that it is becoming increasingly unrealistic to expect to spend your entire life coupled to one person. "I think we're blazing the trail for not seeing such disaster in ending relation­ships," Drew said, "and moving on and starting another one-or staying in that in-between-engagement sort of phase." 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Dennis Craig Edenfield went to an Oceanside motel with David G Smith, 55, subsequent to their meet1Dg ID a tavern frequented by Camp Pendleton Marines. After twice leav1Dg and returnm1t to the room, the Manne-in a fury-battered Smith to death with a table. San Diego County Deputy District Attorney Susan Biery claimed the brown­haired Georgian committed the slaying after engaging in "a consensual homosex­ual act" with his victim; however, Edt-n• field has given several accounts for his acllon At his trial, he claimed being frightened into self protection when he awoke from a drunken stupor to find Smith naked and straddling his shirtless body. After Oceanside police traced Edenfield to being ID the room, the Marine baker asked homicide detectives, "Is this in regards to that faggot? Because if it is, I can save you a lot of time because I did it." The Marine corporal admitted. "I hit him. I hit him hard. I hit him with my hands. I hit him with my elbows. I hit him with the table. I hit him good." Biery alleges the Jesup, Ga., native knew his victim was gay before they went to the Mira Mar Motel. Edenfield claims Smith "promised" women would be in the room. After recurrently bashing Smith with the table, Edenfield washed the blud­geoned man's blood from his hands and slender torso and left the gore-drenched 'I told him that in the State of California, they're pretty strict on beating up queers. ' room, believing his prey still alive; how­ever, he did not seek medical treatment for the gay man after delivering him a Marine-trained beating. It is doubtful Smith was alive. Police photographs depict the personnel manag­ers head to be almost unrecognizable as that of a human being. Edenfield's death weapon caved-in the middle-aged gay man's skull and pulverized his nose. His face was twisted off center and disfigured. His eyes exploded. Blood covered three walls, the ceiling. bedding and carpet. Detective Richard Trotter testified he had never seen a body that badly beaten. Edenfield returned to Camp Pendleton where he told his mess hall supervisor Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Fredrickson "he was go1Dg toget1D troubleforbeatingupa queerO' Fredenckson said, "I told him that in the State of California. they're pretty strict on beating up queers." Edenfield told his boss he went to the motel room because Smith was drunk and he "waa afraid he(Smith)mightgethurt." The handsome corporal admitted assault­ing the gay executive after returning from the bathroom to find the balding homosex­ual standing naked near a bed, said Fred, rickson. In defending Edenfield, his two attor­neys claimed "self.defense'' and "justifia­ble and excusable homicide." Their claims partly succeeded with the Jury. Originally, Jurors found the defendant guilty of second degree murder, but their foreman, a retired Manni, major, emerged to tell ~upcnor Court Judi::e Donald Martinson they had reached a verdict. but one or two of the Jurors wanted to change their find­mg Marunson said a verdict was not final until read in court. The voluntary mans­laughter conviction came out of the second balloting of jurors. Biery has said their verdict would not have been changed if the victim was hete­rosexual. Edenfield has never expressed regret or sorrow for the murder Before jury deliberations began, Biery said, "You are not here to take a vote on how many of you like Marines and how many like homosexuals. If you tell this man it was okay to kill Dave Smith because Dave Smith was a homosexual you might as well sign a death warrant fo; all other minorities." William Dougherty, Edenfield's OraJ}ge County attorney, told the jury, "We know what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah. That wasn't pretty either." The lawyer further claimed Edenfield had the nght to defend himself from "an attempt to commit a forcible and atrocious crime. The table was the only weapon to keep this man off of him." Martinson disagreed in passing sent­ence. The judge said the murder was "a verv brutal and senseless killing" which indicated "a high degree of cruelty and viciousness." He further found, "This mat­ter could have ended easily by simply hav­ing the defendant withdraw." Martinson could have sentenced Eden­field to six years in prison. Martinson received a letter from the she­riff in Edenfield's hometown. Sheriff Jim Poindexter wrote, "If there is any way pos• sible, I would like to help this young man ... If by any chance that it could be worked out, and he (Edenfield) is sent­enced to serve jail time, I would take the responsibility of keeping him in my jail to serve his time ..• We have facilities that I'm right proud of for a small town." The judge received the backwoods she­rifrs request. He also rejected probation for the convicted manslayer which was requested by his San Diego attorney Dan Mogin. Mogin claimed if released on pro• bation, his client could seek treatment for alcoholism, a bleeding ulcer and suicidal tendencies which developed after the murder. Martinson received 56 letters from friends and family of Edenfield in Geor­gia. The Atlanta Gay Task Force (AGTF) also sent a letter asking for the maximum sentence, and San Diego gay organiza­tions were present in court. Citizens of Jesup rallied to the defense of their hometown high school baseball hero. A car was raffled to pay legal fees and bail. Jesup churches passed the offering plate for the young Marine and his family. "Blatant homophobic hatred ran rampant in Jesup for over a year. If an open gay man would have gone to that town, he would have been clubbed to death," said a gay former resident now living in Atlanta. Freshman Democratic U.S. Rep. Lind­say Thomas wrote Martinson, "Dennis' hometown is Jesup, a small south Georgia community, rural and stable in its popula­tion and one in which there is no known homosexuality which is considered abhor• rent and offensive... "The entire com• munity has felt a shockwave of anger and concern over the legal troubles of Dennis . .• There is a sense of disappoint­ment at the verdict in this case," said Thomas. Thomas, a member of the House Armed Services Committee. wrote a constituent, "I have been working with the Marines to see that Dennis and his family are receiv• ing any support that the Marines can offer " It has been charged by a person close to the case that Thomas has "leaned on Marine officials" to assure Edenfield "of preferential treatment." It is "extremely rare" for the Marine Corps to become involved in a civil crimi• nal case. said the prosecutor's office. but they helped seek bail reduction for the indicted recruit Biery sad after the Marine was released on bail, he was arrested for shoplifting from a PX, drunk dnv1Dg and assaultmg a supenor officer at Camp Pendleton, but the Manne Corps has not brought charges against him. A spokesperson for Marine Command­ant P.X. Kelley would not discuss or com­ment on the case. Edenfield's future with the Corps is unknown. U.S. Reps. Sala Burton (D-Ga.), Gerry Studds (D-Mass.) and several other con­gresspersons are investigating the possi• bility Edenfield received special treatment and to encourage the Marine Corps to courtmartial the convicted gay murderer for violations of military justice after release from state prison. AGTF wrote Martinson, "Edenfield was raised in Jesup. Ga., a town known for its homophobic and bigoted attitudes. The residents there provided the funds for Edenfield's defense, not because of his standing in the community, but. accord­ing to a deputy sheriff, to tell 'them Cali­fornia fruits it's okay to kill them damn queers.' The people of Jesup might con­sider it alright to kill gay people, but that is perverted justice. Do not let San Diego County's justice become morally polluted like red-neck Jesup's. Racism, bigotry and homophobia is bred into Jesup children. A maiority of Georgians condemn the act of Dennis Edenfield." AGTF wrote, "Some persons are raised to believe 'fag-bashing' is permitted. It simply is not, and as a judge you must deliver that message. We have the right to expt>ct our violators to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law." The Atlanta group encourages people to write the Commanding General. 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No sooner had we given our order to the waitress, "Two cannellonis, please," than the trouble started. "Would you like to come over for quiche tomorrow night?" Dirk asked. "Gee, I'm sorry, Dirk. I have other plans." My friend looked stricken. "Are you seeing somebody else?" he asked. . "I have the feeling no matter what I say, Im m trouble," I said. "I'd rather not answer questions about tomorrow night." "Y,ou're going to have sex with him, aren t you?" he said. "I have no idea," I replied. "You're open to it, aren't you?" "I can't rule it out," I said, beginning to squirm. "What kind of work does he do?" asked Dirk. "He's an artist." "You 're susceptible to artists." "I'm susceptible to men," I said. "Is he good-looking?" "I'm not answering any more ques­tions," I said, as two steaming plates of cannelloni arrived at our table. ''They smell great!" I crowed. "I can't eat," said Dirk. "What do you mean you can't eat?" I said. ''I'm too upset." "If you choose to be upset, that's your business. I'm going to enjoy my cannel­loni," I said, digging in. "I don't know how you can sit there sucking up cannelloni under these circum­stances." said Dirk. "If you don't ease up, I'm going to have indigestion. Would that make you happy?" "Yes." "Listen, stupid, we love each other ," I said. "Let's not be miserable." "If you love me so much, why are you seeing this other guy?" "It's important for me not to feel owned. I'm tired of the compulsory Friday night fuck." "You're hurting me," he said. "You're hurting yourself. Peripheral relationships can enhance the primary one." "Bullshit!" "One man's bullshit is another man's wisdom. Anyway, I'm not going to marry this guy." "You don't know that," he said. "You're right," I admitted. "But what makes you think I'm going to run off?" "I just feel it," he said. "Your feelings are off the wall. But if you choose to create a purple monster, go right ahead! It v.-ill be amusing." "Amusing?'' "That's enough," he said. "I'm sorry," I said. "Well," said Dirk, "you got what you wanted," one of his favorite expressions. "So did you," I chimed as if on cue. "I guess this is it," he said with the aire of a 19th century tragedian. "Not again?" I said with mock surprise, sucking up the last of my cannelloni. "I didn't think it would happen so soon," said Dirk, "I'm not ready for it." He has­tened to add, "I think I'm going to freak out." I used to attract guys that liked to watch Saturday morning cartoons. Now I attract guys that cry. "I'm going to cry," announced Dirk. "Please don't cry in the cannetloni. You'll ruin it," I said. "That's not funny," he said, choking up. "I should have said I was working late at the office." "You've ruined my evening," he said. "You're not exactly making mine," I said, adding "I'm sure you'll devour that cannelloni as soon as you get it home." "How can you be so cruel and heart­less?" "I'm only being honest. Honesty is a powerful aphrodisiac." "So is love. Can we negotiate this thing?" asked Dirk. "Sure," I said. "Let's start with the pre­mise that you're manipulative and I'm paranoid." "Who's manipulative?" "You are. That's why we have so many conflicts," I said. "We do not!' he screamed as heads turned. "Don't you ever say that!" Glaring at his untouched food, Dirk con­tinued. "You're making a big mistake." Commentary "I know," I lied. "I love mistakes. They're wonderful opportunities for per­sonal growth." "I can't stand the thought of sharing your body with another man," he said "Then think about something else," I said, adding unnecessarily, "Half a loaf is better than none." "That does it! You're hopeless." "Shut up," I said. "I will if you will," said Dirk. "Do you want to go home and fool around?" I asked. Dirk smiled across cold cannelloni and said, "Do they put whole dinners in a dog­gie bag?" "Let's ask," I smiled back at him. Dolan is a syndicated gay columnist who lives in San Diego. 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Fool's Day, Apr. 1 •IN 1 WEEK: ALGPC sponsored "AIDS Awarenees Week~ opens, April 1-8, Austin •IN 1 WEEK: UT-Austin Gay/Lesbian Student Aaaoc. & ALGPC AIDS Awareneaa Week Committee educational forum April 8 •IN 1 WEEK: Final day, April 5, to register to be eligi hie to vote m May 5 party primariea •IN 2 WEEKS: Hill Country Leathennen lat anniversary party Apr 6-7, "Black and Bluebonnets," Back Street Basics, 611 E 7th, Austin • IN 2 WEEKS: A U&tin AIDS Awareness Week party & auction April 7, Hilton Hotel • IN 2 WEEKS: Austin AIDS Awareness Week blood drive April 8 • J.V 2 WEEK S: 9th Annual Southeastern Conference of Lesbian and Gay Men, "Pulling Together and Reaching Out," Holiday Inn-Medical Center, Blmlingham, Ala, opens Apr. 1215 • IN 3 WEEKS: Alamo Human Rights Co1I1ID1ttee announces endorsements Apnl 15 • IX 4 WEf.'KS: Fiesta opens, San Antonio, Apnl 20 • I.V 4 WEEKS: ,S'ational Gay Health Education Foundation !st Southeastern Lesbian Gay Health Conference, Apr. 21, Atlanta •/ .'\' 5 WEEKS: Fie,;ta chma.xe,, San Antonio, Apr 28-29 • / .V 6 WF.EK S: First primary party elections m Texas and party precinct conventions, May 5 •IN 7 WEEKS: World's Fair opens in New Orleans, May 12-Nov II • IN 7 WEEK S: 7th Annual Fund for Haman Dignity Dinner, May 14, Plaza Hotel, Sew York. honoring U.S. Rep. 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Worth Gay Pride Week begins, June 10-16 •IN 12 WEEKS:Texas Democratic Party Convention, June ~5-17, tentatively Houston • EARLY J CJI, Y: Lesbian and Gay Bands of Amenca concert, Los Angeles • I.V 12 WEEKS: 1'attonal Gay Health Education Foundat10n's 1st International Lesbian Gay Health Conference, "Toward Diversity," New York, June 16-19 • l :V 1,1 WE f,KS: Dallas "Pride III '84" opens "Unity and More m '!!4," Gay Pride Week June 2.'l-30 • IN 13 WEEKS: 1984 Gay Pride Weck begins June 24 in many areas, national slogan "l:nited & More tn '84" • IN J ,1 WEEKS: 15th anniversary of Stonewall Riot,;, New York, ,June Z7, 191\9, markmg the beginning of the modem gay nghts movement • IS 14 Wf..r.KS: Dallas Gay Sa~e $4.00 on a 'Personals' F, out the Ctass1fleds form on the inside back cover, as you normally would. but deduct $4 00 from the total cost by simply attaching this announcement. (L1m1t 1 per per­son per week.) Use the Personals Section to find a friend, brag on someone, pass a message, promote an event. Pride Week event: Oak Lawn Softba ll Association tournament J une 30 •IN 14 WEEKS: Dallas Gay Pride Week event: Razzle Dazzle Dallas. June 30 •IN 16 WEEKS: Democratic National Convention, San Francisco, J uly 16-19 • IN 18 WEEKS: "Hot Men, Hotlanta," annual raft race down Chattahoochee River, Atlanta, Aug. 3-5 •IN 20 WEEK S: 21.06 Freedom Celebration, Dallas, Aug. I 7-19 • IN 20 WEEKS: Castro Street Fair, Aug. 19, San Francisco •IN 20 WEEKS: Republican National Convention opens, Dalla... August 20 • IN 21 WEEK S: "Series 8," Gay World Series Softball Tournament opens Memorial Park. Houston, Aug. 26-31 • IN 25 WEEKS: opening of Texas Freedom Festival, Dallas, Sept. 16-23 • IN 26 WEEKS: Texas Freedom Festival event: Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner, Dallas, Sept. 22 (tentative) •IN 26 WEEKS: Texas Freedom Festival event: Texas Gay Pride Parade and Rally, Dallas, Sept. 23 aNEXT YEAR: 149th anniversary Texas independance, March 2, 1985 Star Classified ANNOUNCEMENTS Bus1NESS-OWNERSWe 11•t tree Nc.:h week n th .. chrectory community organ,ut10t11 plus ~::SHI serving II distribution potntl to, the iind,c-;-. ji;";;"'j1st1ng II a STAR d11lribut10n point DWELLINGS & ROOMMATES STAR ADVERTISING WORKS :~~t 6~:!s~f~:e C~1~~~~~:~~:;~~?to~ San Antonio 737-()()87 And charge ,t on yOtJr Community Credit Card. Master4 Card or V•sa FOR SALE APT. 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REGULAR RATE 1· $29 2· $39 3" ~9 4WEEK RATE 1· $24 2· $34 3" $44 13WEEK RATE 1· $19 2" $29 3• $39 MARCH 23, 1984 / THE S TAR 11 PERSONALS GOT A CCC? What's • 'CCC"? Its the Community Credit Card-a d1v1ston of the Voice Pubhsh,ng Co. Call Auston 448-1380 or San Antonio 737--0087 for an apphcatoon "''"' PRIVATE GAY CLUBS AUSTIN-e Club Au,-1,n-e=-,t"h',---30=8=w",c6="th'-- "•',:;7&""-71"=184- SAN ANTONIO-e Club San Anton,o-1802 N Main A'W-735-2467 e Execot,ve HM.Ith Club-723 Av 8-225-1807 RESTAURANTS, CAFES AUSTIN- :11;"4~ Bob. Esq Eat8f')'--«J7 Red R,....,- SAN ANTONIO-e eooa,ta-115'1 Wnt Av-349-7167 e Orctet-107 W LOCUll-733-5237 SERVICES, ETC. STAR ADVERTISING WORKS Advertise your professional serv1ca ~~~~ ~rsJ!~ ~~~~'.~3~fui~~ charge 1t on your Community Credit Card. 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TX 760-43 (817) 897 ... 982 Questorcast FM Fnday, March 23. 1984 through Thursday, March 29 1984 ARIES- The heavens are churning with excitement for you th,s week1 Your rather dull tomes are about to turn around because Mars (the planet of act,on.) ,sin your house. Get ready for an active t ime ahead Think of ways to invest your money. TAURUS-You have worked so hard over the past few weeks. Take ti easy and just relax The stars are favorable for you to maybe think about a small vacation, even just a weekend on the beach or in the woods Even the most ferocious bull must take an occasional break. and life will seem so much more reasonable once you refresh yourself• GEMINI- Now 1s the ttme to think about that new man you have been watching for the longest tome Thongs are totally positive. The stars indicate that your second house of Love 1s In Just the right pos,t1on for a truely meaningful affair So what 1f he's a little older or younger1 Th,s chance won't come by every day, you know Give him a call. CANCER-Sex isn't everything, you know, although ti 1s a /ol'You are 1n the pos1t,on now to have some of the finest sexual encounters you've ever experienced That fragrant spring aor and the budding trees will create a love potion you won't be able lo resist. And this week, nobody will be able to resist yout LEO-Few signs In the Zodiac are as positive and confident as you Your moods have been swinging from one side to the other lately, and this 1s the week for you to decide that the worry ,sn't worth ,1 Think pos1t1vely, and use that wonderful lion's energy and aggressiveness to overcome ltle's short-term problems and you will be the v,ctor A hot new love affair ,s also upcom,ng. VIRGO-Your natural orderliness 1s an advantage to you this week. Take time to get thongs together at work. and you will suddenly find yourself with more free time to play' LIBRA- Spring has sprung-or so the old saying goes You are in the lime-light now People you thought never knew you existed are sud­denly pounding at your door for advice. sex and company. Out of the whole Zodiac, yours is the most positive sign for 1984, so take advantage of the situation. SCORPIO-Tell that bothersome person to go away, 11 he's too much. You have all the tenac,ty and courage the stars can offer this week You are to be a positive influence to another friend who seems to be looking to you for encouragement SAGITTARIUS- Step lightly You are on the process of finding the love of your hie, although you may not even know ti There ,s an unusual star pattern for you th,s week (and into next month) that indicates that you are close to the love affair you've been wa,t1ng for. You may even already be into ,11 CAPRICORN- The sky is very 1nterest,ng for you.1Th,s 1s the week for you to see flying saucers or hear things that go bump in the night. If you are going to see any paranormal activity this year, this ,s the time But don't worry. II will be the most mind-expanding and positive experience of your lifet AQUARIUS- Last week, a star fell from your sector, creating a rare opening that indicates a new start in your life. Now 1s the ttme for telling that certain someone that you love him/ her. Or maybe you should start a new career, or start adding on to the house like you"ve always planned. Your future is suddenly more wonderful than ever PISCES- You may not behave this, but you have a Guardian Angel here on earth. It 1s someone you have known for years but may have always taken for granted. He/she has always been there and wtll always love you. and that should make you feel loved and secure. This week. through some ordinary occurrence. th,s wonder will reveal itself to you. giving your life some new meaning • 111A VOICE PU8L1SH NG COMPA.,_l' 12 THE STAR / MARCH 23, 1984 HAPPY HOUR Best Oldies Juke Box in Austin s100 Well Drinks 7DaysaWeek 12-8 BACKSTREET BASICS 611 EAST 7th• AUSTIN. TEXAS 78701
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