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Title The Star, No. 13, May 11, 1984
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Date May 11, 1984
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  • San Antonio, Texas
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Transcript Falwell to Join Antigay Event at SF Democratic Convention By Larry Bush New Christian Right leaders will be joined by Reagan Administration officials in a special conference on the "threat of homo• sexuality" to be held in San Francisco on the eve of the Democratic National Con­vention, Christian Right activists announced early this month. strongly support gay civil rights protec· tions. "The theme for 1984 1s 'I Am My Broth­er's Keeper!'" the Christian Right group announced. "Tending to the needs of our fellow man is not just 'the charitable thing to do'-it i11 a Divine imperative!" The sessions, which are designed to bring "pro-family" activists together, are called "Family Forum III." "The timing of the Forum-just as the national parties are gearing up to launch their fall campaigns-is one of the excit­ing elements," potential registrants were told. "Family Forum will be the most important pro-family conference in 1984." recently has been criticized by Congre~s for dispensmg grants to New Right­affiliated researchers who propose toelim· inate homosexuality by imposing censorship programs on pornography One $800,000 grant will be spent to study the "biophysiological" and "chemical" links between reading magazmes such as Playboy and Hustler and incidences of divorce, incest and homosexuality. Rueda, a controversial Catholic prie>1t, is best known for his book, The Homosex• ual Network, which he claimed was heav­ily researched to show that taxpayers were contributing upwards of $250 million to run gay organizations at the local, state and nauonal level. Gay leaders have derided those estimates. At a Washington press conference, Rueda would not deny that he occasionally posed as a homosex• ual in his researches. Schlafly, who roee to national fame as a strong supporter of Barry Goldwater in 1964, was the leader of the anti-ERA forces that keep the constitutional amendment on women's rights from being ratified. Most recently she has circulated a pam· phlet seeking to tie the Equal Rights Amendment to incidents of Aquired Immune Deficiency, and proposed legisla· tion banning gays from any jobs handling food or requiring contact with nongays. Confirmed speakers at the event, cos• ponsored by the Moral Majority, include Moral Majority founder Jerry Falwell, anti-ERA crusader Phyllis Schlafly, tele­vision evangelist Pat Robertson, as well as the Reagan Administration's Chair• man of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Justice Department's iirector of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Also to appear at the forum will be Father Enrique Rueda, author of The Homosex• ual Network, which claims to document the gay rights movement, Each of the announced speakers has publicly opposed gay civil rights measures and sought to portray gay activists as a threat to families. William Bennett, National Endowment for the Humanities chairman, was the author of an article on gay teachers suggesting that teachers be required to stay in the closet if they are to retain their jobs, and arguing that visible gay p~'Ople "flaunt" their lifestyles in a manner that makes persecution under· standable. SMU's Gay Group Back to Square One The San l"ranciscoeessions, set for July I 2 and I 3, were set "concurrently with the platform hearings of the Democratic" national convention, Christian Right Leaders announced. The Democratic National Convention begins full sessions July 16, when it is expected to approve platform committee proposals likely to Alfred Regnery, head of the Justice Department's Juvenile Justice programs. Despite action April i7 on part of South• em Methodist University's student senate to grant limited recognition to its Gay and Lesbian Support Organization, Univer­sity President L. Donald Shields squashed that move, apparently due to pressure brought on by former Texas Governor Wil­liam P. Clemente, Jr., chairman of the school's governing board. According to the Dalla• Times Herald. ""°'-L-1 S tir,/::3cllrl ""°'-r,te> rli C> <3 clly c::;e>mmL.lrlit y M ay 1 1, 1984 Issue .13 Published Every Other Friday Shields and two student body leadt-ra received a letter from Clements stating the Gl.SSO's existence is inconS1stent with the "goals, purposes, philosophy and reli­gious heritage" of the university. The limited recognition _ tatus granted by the student Senate would have permit• ted GLSSO the UStl of univer;nty center meetmg rooms if the rooms were not needed byfullyrtlCOgnized student groups. Splash Day in Austin Photos Below & Inside by Ed Martinez 2 THE STAR / MAY 11, 1984 ON SALE NOW AT NEWSSTANDS! THE PREMIER ISSUE OF _ _,... The New Erotic Entertainment Magazine for Gay Men from the People Who Bring You The Advocate Historical Virgin Islands Offer Laid­Back Escape for Lovers . .. and Others By Bob Damron On a clear night when the waters of the Atlantic Ocean meet the deep blue of the Caribbean Sea, in that tranquil spot, vis­itors to one of the three Virgin Islands­after imbibing in one of the islands' famous rum punches-might spy the moonlit ghost ship of Captian Kidd or Blackbeard flowing gracefully over the waves, for anything is possible in this romantic paradise which conjures dreams of buccaneers and invites lovers to stroll along its sandy beaches or become lost on the steep slopes in it,; lush, tropical foliage. St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John are 'the three major islands which belong to the group. and each has a uniqueness yet shares a historical past which lends an aire of exotic tranquility to these islands of sun, fun and escape from the ordinary drum of contemporary life found in most pf Amenca's larger cities. watt>rfront town has a magnificent natu­ral harbor filled with yachts, and at least two large cruise ships can be seen sliding in and out daily. The steep hills behind the city are dotted with red-roofed houses and verdant lush tropical plants. The elegant and expensive Bluebeard's Castle Hotel offers a magnificent panoramic view of • the city and harbor. More liberated men and women should be comfortable at the popular Safari-a club with two bars and a lively disco located on a little alley called Tronpeter, two blocks up from Sparky's Waterfront Saloon and just past T.J."s on Back_Street, which is where most of the action is. Also, Partners is an attractive new upstairs disco for the avant-garde just around the corner from Raadets Gade and Back Street. Walter·s Living Room at 14 Kun­gens Gade attract,; mostly natives. Harbour View, a pleasant guest house on Frenchman's Hill, serves excellent meals, and Danish Chalet on the hill is also very comfortable. MAY 11, 1984 / THE STAR 3 Travel Originally peopled by the war-like Caribe Indians, in the late 1700s, pirates chose the spot to set up personal kingdoms ~nd to prey on the luxury ships of Spain, France and England which were robbing the new world of its riches. And not only tiave the islands been ruled by those three historial exploiters, but by Malta, Holland and Denmark, as well. Other good dining areas are at L'Escar­got, Hotel 1829, Twins Garden, Fiddle Leaf and Au Bon Vivant, all in Charlotte Amalie. If a touch of decadence is in order, the Morningstar Beach Resort is about 10 minutes from downtown and offers a beach with a bar. Notaselegantasdaysof yore, it's still an attractive area for those wishing to get away from the mainstream. Reflecting an age of buccaneers, the Virgin Islands lure the romantic Denmark, their most recent ruler prior to the United States who acquired the islands in 1917 for $25 million to keep them out of the hands of Germany, has left • the most notable affects on the island, especially on St. Thomas. ' Islanders still cling to their Danish her­itage and drive on the left side of the street. Since the roads are narrow, steep and busy, I suggest you go by taxis, which are cheap and plentiful, even if many of the drivers could stand a crash course in Dale Carnegie. Charlotte Amalie, population 40,000, is ~---th. c pita! city and th only city on St Thomas named after a former queen of Denmark. The streets are narrow and colorful, with intriguing Danish names, such as Dronningens Gade, Vimmelskafts Gade or Creques Alley. The charming GAV COMMUNITY ~STA-R A Vo1c,o Pub/11h1mt Company N,u.,,pa~r Published every other Friday Phone Austin (512) 448-1380 San Antonio (512) 737-0087 VOICe PubUatung Co CI R C ULATION M~~,,~~;~~•!~:~':t~~~~pt";:-!:tly 01IIH G1y N~~ S.000 cop,et weekly tot.at Te•H ., .. 1S.500 cop,es weekly. •vo 3317 ~t,OM Btwd~~n~~u:;~~006, (713) 52H822 Contenta copyright C1984 Office hours: 10am-5:30pm Henry McClurg pub1,,,.., Robert Hyde managing editor Mark Drago Ster adY•t•SJng d1rect0r Mtmt»r Gay Preas AIIOcia:tion Nt•J s.,v,cn InIernat1onal Gay NltWI Agency. Pactfte N.,_,, Se,v,ce. Larry Buth jWQh1ngton DC , S ynd,cet-1 Fearu,. s.,va s & Wme,1 Jeffrey Wilton, Randy Attred e,,,n McNaught POSTMASTER Send addrHS corrections to 3317 Montrote #306, Houston TX 77006 Sublenpt,on ,.,. m US In 1u/od tnv•IOPe S•9 per year (52 istuf!S). Utperal• ,nonthl {2e 1uuet). orS1 2Sperweek (I ... than 26 IIIUH) 88Ck iSIU91 $2 00 Heh Nal,onil 9dvffllllftf ,.p1e1etttat,..,. Joe 01S.blto. 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I can "t say I found any virgins on the Virgin Islands, but then I can't say I was looking for any either. What I did find were good bargains, because these are duty-free ports, and you can buy booze, cigarettes, jewelry. perfume, cameras, watches and other items for about half what you pay in the States. A fifth of good Virgin Island Cruzan Rum costs $1.95. BOOKSTORES MR. PEEPERS WOULD BE PROUD OF US •••••••••••••••••••• • • • • • 48 HOURS • • • • OF • • • • • • GAY VIDEOS • • MIDNIGHT FRIDAY THAU SUNDAY • • • • • • • • • NON STOP HOT BECAUSE YOU ASKED FOR IT • ~ I .. I • . • . • •• ••••••••••••••••••• • brand new videos • hot magazines• • action books • novelties • • peep shows • OPEN 24 HOURS 473-0407 t., 478-0243 1910 Guadalupe aus Jft 718 Red River and you can take five bottles back with you. Unfortunately. in all fairness I must advise you that some of the native popula• tion, e8pecially on St. Th<;>mas. can be sullen and even rude. But this can be over• looked since the weather is nearly perfect and the islands are beautiful. :o;,;;;;; n "' the pub-li-she-r -of -"&-b- D-am-• ron"s Address Book '84," available at shops and bookstore• or by sending $12 to Bob Damron Enterprises. &:r: 14-077. San Francisco, CA 94114 Gay Teachers Suffer Set Back in Court SAN FRANCISCO-The U.S. Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has ruled that a high school guidance counselor could be fired for declaring her sexual orientation to a secretary In a 2-1 decision. the Court reversed a $40,000 judgment won at the trial level in the case of Rowland u. Mad River Local School D,strict. National Gay Rights Advocates participated in the case as am,­cus curiae in support of Ms. Rowland. Leonard Graff. NGRA legal director, said: "We finnlv believe that Ms. Row• land's First Amendment rights were vio­lated. In addition, there is an Equal Protection of the laws problem. Obviously, a straight teacher would not be discharged for revealing the fact of their sexual orien­tation." Noting the conflict with the recent NGRA victory in the Oklahoma case, Graff indicated that more litigation will be necessary. Jean O"Lt-ary, NGRA executive di~ec­tor. said: ''The impact oftheCourt"s ruling is that it's fine to be a closeted teacher but exl)('Cl to get fired if you come out. This is not an aCct'ptable position for gay people in America an 1964." O'Leary said that NGRA would help with the briefing and strategy in filing for a reheanng en bane (by all the judges in the Court of Appeals). In a stinging dissent, Judge Edwards chided his colleagues for disregarding the jury verdict for Ms. Row land. He went on to say: "The Constitution protects all citi­zens of the United States; no language the­rein excludes the homo&exual minority. Like all citizen~. homosexuals are pro­te<- ted in these great rights, certainly to the extent of bt>ing homosexual and stat• ing their sexual pref~rence in a factual manner where there is no invasion of any other person·s rights." 4 THE STAR / MAY 11, 1984 Waterloo Counseling Center Provides Help for the Worrie~ Well By Ed Martinez What do gay men and lesbians do when they fall out of love W1th their lovers, or their lovers fall out of love with them? Where do such people tum when they fall prey to drugs or alcohol. or lose their jobs and just can't cope? What do they do when they feel completely alone, depressed and rejected? They probably do what most people do: they hurt. There is an alternative, how­ever, and one that was not available to leebians and gay men in the Austin area before December 1983 when the Waterloo Counseling Center opened its doors. Modeled after such resources as the Montroae Counseling Center in Houston and the Oak Lawn Counseling Center in Dallas, the Waterloo Counseling Center exists to address adaptational needs and life concerns of gay men and lesbians in the Austin and surrounding areas. Clover and Escamilla spoke with admi­ration and gratitude of the cooperation they have received in obtaining referrals and support from nongay professionals in Austin . "The reason for this support may be that we're in Austin," said Escamilla. She feels that gays are less alienated in Austin than in larger metropolitan areas. When asked about sex therapy and the use of sex therapists, the two stated that they usually referred clients with specific sexual dysfunction to trained sex thera• pists. "Although we can help some clients, sexual dysfunction can also be a physical problem, so we prefer to refer such clients," Clover stated. The founders of Waterloo stres,;ed that the case load at the center is supervised by a wide variety of professionals in the health care field, and that the center works cl08ely with its board of directors. This is evidenC'ed by the number and fre­quency of referrals received by the center from all over the Austin area. Waterloo Counseling Center is staffed by professionals from the fields of counsel­ing, 80C181 work, psychology and psychia­try. All staff members have at least a masters degree in their field. and the Cen• ter is fully accredited and accepted by pro­feNionals in the field of mental health. Paul Clever and Anna Escamilla at Waterloo Counseling Center Finally, the center can be and is used as a conduit to the Austin gay community by newcomers in Austin. Although only in its first year of operation, the Waterloo Coun­seling Center has demonstrated conclu, sively that it is already a part of the Austin community, both 11:av and nonirav. Hours are flexible, as is the fee schedule, whlch is based on a sliding scale depend­mg on income and other factors. No one is refused treatment because of inability to pay. The Center is presently located not far from the Uruversity of Texas, in an apart­ment complex. Paul Clover and Anna Eacam11la, both with masters degrees, are the foundmg parents of the Center. They spoke with obvious enthusiasm about their work with the Center and how it came mto existence Escamilla had worked with various agencies in Austin and has lived in the Austin area for about 13 years. Clover came from Lubbock, where he had worked in the field of mental health, and has lived SCIENCE FICTION FOR US Soence fiction offers writers a chance to escape the usual earth­bound conventions of sex and gender. More and more, writers are taking advantage of this. In Kindred Spints twelve science fiction wnters explore the many possibilities of what 1t could mean to be gJy or lesbian m other times and other places. in Austin for five years. Both of these con­cerned young professionals spotted an unmet need for a counseling service for lesbians and gay men and proceeded to fill 1t. Howie Daire, of the Oaklawn Counsel­ing Center m Dallas, was most helpful in pointing the way and supporting the work necessary to help get the center born. Clover and Escamilla took the responsibil­ity for the service and in December of last year when they saw their first clients. The main problems dealt with at the center are the myriad problems of adjust­ment to some facts of life-i.e., depend• ence, drug abuse, relationship problems. In short, the center exists to help solve those problems that gay people have 1n KINDRED SPIRITS an anthology of gay and lesbian science fiction stories edited by Jeffrey M. Elliot with stories by: Mike Conner • Joanna Russ • Edgar Pangborn • Elizabeth A. Lynn Barry N. Malzberg • Rachel Pollack • Jessica Amanda Salmonson Thomas N. Scortia • Paul Novitski • Robert Silverberg Theodore L. Thomas • David Gerrold $6.95 in bookstores, or $8.00 (postpaid) by mail ••••.•••••••••..•....... .......... TO ORDER ............. ... ................. . Please send me_ copies ol Kindred Spirits at $8 00 each postpaid Enclosed IS $ _ name address __________ _ city ____________ _ state up ALYSON Publications Dept. P-5, 40 Plympton St., Boston , MA 02ll8 their lives. Whether or not those problems exist solely because the clients are gay, the problems, nevertheless, tend to lend them, selves to solutions more easily when addreesed by gay counselors. The reason for this is simple enough: problems do not exist in a vacuum. and the fact of a per­son 'e sexual preference should be consi­dered when dealing with personal problems. Gaye usually feel uncomforta­ble discussing this aspect of their lives W1th nongays. Ergo, gay counselors quite often do a better job of dealing with per­sonal problems that threaten a gay per­son's emotional health than nongay persons Now You Can Paint Your Teeth Are you tired of your yellow teeth? There's no need to cap them, just paint them, says D<>ntist Harold Hom in AmeriC'an Health It works just like dying your hair. First you strip the old color then apply the new tint. And if you think your teeth will look too good, the dentist can a lways brush in a few imperfections. The name of the new tooth paint. "Rem­brandt" One teenager in ten has a secret. One Teenager in Ten: \X ritmgs b\ Gay and Le bian Youth fained by Ann Heron For every generation thdt comes out, thue essays wi ll be invaluable Gav Comm11111t11 News 'ThNe 1s a rare sens1b1lity d1 plJyed m many of thl'sc essays that 1s nothing short ol a tom hmg lrternat1onal Gay News Agency (IGNA an important and necessary book power! ul and very poignant Womannvs One teenager m len according to Kinsey that • th,· proportion ol g.iys to traights m this country Ont' Tecmaga m Te11 twenty eight young men and women from all over the United Statt'S .ind Candda. fr,,m fifteen to twenty-four years of age. speak out about their commg-out e~penences .il>out what ii 1s to be young and gay in our society today $3.95 m bookstores, ,,r u~e th" coupon to order by mail ................ ... .... .. .... ..... TO ORDER .. .. .... ............ ... .... ...... . 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Glen Rose. TX 76043 (817) 897-4982 ONE OF THE INNPLACE-S GBOURGOYNE QUEST· 9-IOUSE "IEW ORLEANS 70116 o5e04a1, ,5.,2.~.. .3.Nc.3_ o...., _~24_-3,8 .2 _1-_83 "1· B.O.U.,A.B.O~N Fortunes For foday May I,. 19/U through Thursday, May 17 1984 ARIES- Take ot easy th,s week. Ram, and watch everything around (OU, since the stars Indicate that unforeseen occurrences could pop up .-,h,ch are out of the ordinary Pay particularly close attention tq the people woth whom you associate. Lady Luck's on vacation. so you·re on vour own. You can handle ,t Besides you've always loved a mystery TAURUS-All signs are "go" thos week Plunge into that new creative project you·ve been dreaming about. and you'll fond people everywhere willing to help you Then spend your evenings venting what's left of those creative urges with someone special-and ~n,que-to show off 'hat sparkle of yours. You should feel warm and appreciated You will be. GEMINI-Okay, even though you love to, thos week 1s not one for shopping or letting your cash fly just anywhere In other words hold on •:i what coon you've got and put It In a safe place. Then you won't really need to go on any spending sprees anyway Your friends will keep you entertained thos week-and cheaply CANCER-Get ready for a big surprise thos week The stars tnd,cate that you Moon Children will come up against the unexpected-and It should be very interesting Your art stoc sense ,s spotlighted also-a beautiful tome to go to the symphony or an art show or simply arrange for ~n elegant art,st,c even ng at home LEO-Okay. Lton everyone Is behind you this week so get on with 'hose daring plans you have had In mind for so lorog You re bound to ,ucceed And even 11 thongs don t go perfectly something positive will come from 11 Forget the past • VIRGO-Stop hstenmg to others and follow your own ontu,toon this week You won't go wrong particularly in the area of bus,ness which occupies your mind most of the t,me anyway Those around you will support you and dispel any fears you may have You should be able to Juli off Just about anything you want LIBRA-The scales of Justice are t1ppong on your favor th,s week and ~he fog 1s hft,ng You II see your way straight through to the heart of any problem and probably solve 11 part cularly since someone very close to you will be g1vong some excellent adv ce LtSten SCORPIO-You re on the spotlight agaon so enIoy But before you 1urnp out on center stage make sure your make-up froM your last performance Is ofl and you re ready for your new role Then enIoy 'Standing ovations are on order for Just about anything you do thos week SAGITTARIUS-Tome to grab the bull by the horns. Archer and confront those problems head on You ve been evasive long enough and Will only come out on top But don't get so forceful ~ou become unreas<r nable That flatters no one, and with you. ot ,s totally unnecessary Be forceful and cool People know how ph1losoph1cal you are Make lhe most of ,t CAPRICORN-Romance could sweep you off your feet thos week but don't get too earned away You'll be better off If you hang around on the ·shadows for a while and Just observe. Then you'll be ready for that romantic trip that might meart something th,s tome Watch what you say Jllnd you'll be lone AQUARIUS-Slow down. slow done. slow down You've got entirely too much on your mond thos week so don't make a mess of everything b/ tcatterong your energies Get away, 1f you have to and Just relax look JP an old friend PISCES-Remember all those dreams you ve been having lately­& ometomes even ,n broad daylight? Well, get ready because some of them are about to come true Listen attentively to tt,ose around you and Nhen that secret door opens, you'll know it Congratulations• ~1914 VOICE PUBUSH NG COMPANY
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