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Title The Star, No. 5, January 6, 1984
Contributor
  • Martinez, Ed
Date January 6, 1984
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
  • San Antonio, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 783846406
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 Meet Frank Mosca Second Degree Black Belt Karate Expert, Racing Pigeon Enthusiast, and Author of the Gay Novel "All-American Boys" interviewed THE STAR AUSTIN * SAN ANTONIO Jan. 6,1984 d Issue .5 a Published Every Other Friday Feminist, Gay Rights Activist Sonia Johnson Coming to Austin Noted feminist and gay rights advocate Sonia Johnson, a fifth generation Mormon wife and mother of four, will be coming to Austin, Mon. and Tues., Jan. 30 and 31, to make TV and radio appearances, and an address is tentatively set for the ballroom at the Texas Union, UT campus, Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. hold, she suddenly saw the anti-women aspect of her life and the Mormon church and started campaigning for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, which resulted in her excommunication from her church and divorce by her husband. Hurt, but not daunted by these traumatic events, Johnson has become one of Ameri- moftt naMJonaip advnnatp From a traditionally chauvinist house- women's rights and the rights of gays. Date Set for San Antonio Gay Alliance Awards Banquet SAGA, the San Antonio Gay Alliance, is soliciting nominees for its Third Annual Awards Banquet to be held February 12. The event will honor lesbian and gay achievements in the San Antonio area. The SAGA Awards Committee is requesting that awards nominations be submitted ao -UUsr tlizii Jui^u.iir> *2 so that all nominations can receive sufficient consideration. Nominations should include the nominee's full name and mailing address, and a brief description ofthe person's achievements in 1983, or an outline of his continuing long service to the community. Awards should be mailed to: Award Nomination, c/o San .Antonio L.a> Aiiiaiit*.. i>ux i^ju^aO^n^Vntoiiio.TX 78212. John Glenn No Longer the 'Right Stuff for Gay Community WALffl MPtifoLZ Acknowledging that discrimination exists against gay men and women and by stating that he wishes to do nothing about it, Presidential hopeful, former astronaut and current Senator John Glenn (D.-Ohio) no longer has the right stuff as far as the gay community is concerned. And feeling as he does, Glenn even lost his campaign manager for the State of New York, State Senator Manfred Ohrenstein, whose district includes one of the largest gay constituencies in the nation. Glenn met with members of the National Gay Task Force (NGTF), the National Association of Gay and Lesbian Democratic Clubs and six leaders of the New York City gay community on Dec. 13, reports the NGTF newsletter. The meeting, arranged through the offices of campaign chairman Ohrenstein, came six weeks after the candidate had expressed his opposition to the federal gay/lesbian civil rights bill in response to a question from an NGTF representative at a New York forum. After the meeting, NGTF Executive Director Virginia M. Apuzzo and Peter Vogel, Co-Chair ofthe National Association of Gay and Lesbian Democratic Clubs, asserted that Glenn "remained intransigent" on issues of special concern to the lesbian/gay community. The meeting, which lasted for over an hour, did not center around the civil rights bill as a "litmus test," but rather addressed a broad spectrum of issues continued page 5
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