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Title Gay Austin, Vol. 1, No. 10, June 1977
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Transcript "'·"· Volume 1 Issue 10 June 1977: Art Calvin, Louis Maurice Rob Wa de, and Wood~ HOUSTON RALLY JUNE 16 Since ( s ) ne couJ.dn 't be ·.ri th us this year, Anita BryB.l1t, her Save Our Child­ren, Inc. , and various fund.2mentalist. 8.!ld conserrative groups have vent.;.ired -.;o speak for God. T:U.s ::aost unholy alliance of Bapt.ists and Ca-.;holics aas spread totally un::'ounded propaganda ar:d used B:qants national reput.ation as an orange juice pusher and second ninner-up in the 195 ( Miss America Pageant to gi·re an air of ~tioleso~ness to t~ei r per secution of the gay community and misinterpretat.ion of the Dade County re:erendum.Tne fr~its of their efforts are now seen: the civil rights ordinances to :i:irotect. gay :peo-.,ile from discriJJination have been repealed-­- out. not without the oost. int.ense and w:i!'ied !'ight. of gay people t~l"Oughout \:his countr/. ~-le 've lost tue :irst bout., but the fight is hardly over. Gay :;iecple are comi.ri~ out s-;;ronger than ever to fig~t this af!'ront. to 15% of Ame=icans: Gay Americans . Anita's forces nave already :pro:nised to "go nat.ional" but t.r.ey have evidently forgotten tnat we are already nationw~de. The night of the Dade County referendum, gays in New York held a vigil in Green­wich Vi~lage.In San Francisco the number of peop~e who came out t.o demunstrat.e their displeasure was estl.!:12..t.ed to oe close to 10,000 . Gays in New Orleans, ~.uneapolis, and other cities have all visibly expressed t .....e ir a..riger . Over !LOO gay peopLe rai.J.ied together -co prates-;; tne appearance of Anita Bryant on aer crusaue .;,n Fairfax, Virgiuia. In Houston, there is a demonstration planned on Thursday,June 16th -.;o prot.est the actions undertaken by Bryant against. the gays of this count.ry . She is to entertain at the Texas State Bar Associa­tion meeting there . The demonst.ration will be in the for.:i of a march and rally. The o.arch >Jill st.a::-:. at 7 :00 pm :rom the Depository II bar on :.fcGowa.n St. and ·,,rill end "'1.th a rally at the City !:I.all. Now is not the time -co stl"ike oreas-;;s, to gnash teeth, or to ha.;g heads low in disappointment . We need to be heard acd (continued on page ~ ) SQUEEZE A!ITTA NIGnT A SUCCESS Thl"Ou.gh the ini tia-ci ve of local bar owners, t.he volunt.eer effor-;;s o: gay service and political organizations, ar:d t.he support; of t!le !JUblic, Aust.in :raised approximately ~1,150.00 fo::- ~he suppo:-:. of the Dade Coun-cy Coalition caopaig:i. for h~ rights . ~"aile -;;he elec-;;oral effort.s in Miami :ailed, the public respo~se of gay Aust.init.es has been successf;;.l in demonst::-ating ~hat. Aust.in is concerned and ce.n uni :;e for ~om:non goals. In a meet.ing of the O"..mers of ?earl Street. i-lare!louse ,Aust.in Coun-c:r/, .?::i. vate Cellar, and New Apa.:-...:nent. Loun.;e, the managers of ifolly-.;ood, and a rep re sen"ta­ti ve of ?riends ar:d Lovers and \:·.;o gay activist organizations, an ag::-ee:nent was reached to sponsor a Sq~eeze .~ta ~ight. on ~fay 31st. where volunt.eers of Gay ConmJ.unity Services and. the Gay ?olit­ical Coalition ( si;:ce rena'iled 3.A.?.E. ) would solicit door donations of $1 or ::ao!'e :or the fuami campaign. ':.;o aduJ. c books-cores, Mr. Peepers anci. .Ul. -~ric~ News, plus the Club 3at.hs of Aus-;;in also volunteered to help raise funds on the same nig!:J.t. The two volu:it.ee::- organizations contributed posters \:O publicize the event and notified local :r.ed.ia. 'I'hey also got. volunteers t.o ~urk at each bus­iness aski..~g for t!le donations and ex­pla: ini:ig the i:npor:;ance of the ca.:npa:'..;::i to those who were ;:ot already !'amiliar "'1.th the issues. Support ¥as broad ~ased and charitable frc::i the patrons of all the businesses . ':'he discos, t::e women's bar, and low key and west.em bars, the bookstores, a."ld tb.e baths eac..'-1 :raised between $50- $300 in a COnmJ.unity e!'for:; . The entire a.mount. raised was oailed special delivery to mami the next day to help with their campaign. All of the work was vol'.l!lteered a..~d p.i.blicity costs were covered by those same vol'.l!lt.eers t.hrou.gh add.it.ional contnoutions . Gay Austin -cha..n..ks eve!"'/One who cont.::-ibut.ed, t he workers, and the par-cicipa-.;ing busi­nesses for showi!l6 that Aust.in cares. DIRECTORY AUSTIN GAY BUSINESSES Ai'ID SERVICES NOTS: C-ay Coimm.uri.ty Services is sponsored by the University Y. Gay Austin has con­tacted eacn business in the comcunity which derives its pri::ary support fro= 6ay clients or which welcor:ces gay custo~rs. The following have ?ledged their ~ir.a-~cial support to Gay Co::imunity Services: 222 E. 6th ~ rnl[ND~ AND LOVt:RS ~ 4 78-5661 Disco 7 days a week free 9 - 2 .l.FTSR nCU?.S til 4 on Friday and Saturday n.AFFY nOU?. 8 - 10 iii - balls 75rf. 8 til 2am 4 77- 2218 Austin 1 s Only Nightclub For Women AUSTJN COUNTRY 7C5 Red ai ve:C-: _ 472-0418 Ttiesd.8¥, Wednesd.8¥ free tap beer, 10 - 11 ::alf pr ice dril:'..ks a!'ld beer all nigh~ ',;ed ­nesday. Euf~et and beer bl.Wt 7 - 9 Sur.day Shows every Thursday, ~1 during show only 'Pe~r l St. , VJoreh.ouse 1720 Lavaca 478-0176 Hours: 9:pm-2em (closeQ on Monday) Af'terhours : 2am- 4am. Friday and Sa-curC.ay WELCOME HOME! THE NEW APARTMENT 2828 Rio Grande 478-0224 AFTERNOON E_l_q open 2p1Il H..A.PPY HCUR 2 - 7 daily and . ALL DAY SUNDAY Beer 45¢ 'lfell 95¢ 11 ~E.'!\ A COV'z:t CH.A.-::iGE" ALL AMERICAN NEWS " (;/ tk !£~ /Jut;/_t/ w $_~') M•Ul~tNH · fRHftUCl<S \ Mo .. r A.-.<1\o«·Ne'fu.11 is Fi\ ~$ ".\r \ \.J,!_KL'L?!~' ~ '"s ~ llt.e adiYe ~ - 2532 Guadalupe 478- 0222 CLUB AUSTIN 308 't{. 16th between Lavaca / Guadalupe Xow open 24 !-.ours 476 - 7986 Cpen 7 days a ·14eek 11 ai:i - 18..lll 705 'n'est 24th CONT:u3UTION FROM A ?~TD. "r1'E ~JlK YOU; at: The Congrebatior.al Church 408 West 23rd 477- 7747 Sundays 2p::i Thursdays 7:30po ·,>fE DO :iOT DISCRI:.U....'L,!,,T.S SECAU;E CF :l.ACE, C::t.::.::D, S:::X, SEX'JAL CR11..'lj"TAT IOi~, Ort :i.GJICA.? JB.SCTO •.• :l.ATE.3: Cr..ly ~10 ?er ::!On~h to :Jay Cci:=.1.4:li 7-y Services !'or the su::;oort of .:._us ­ti: i 1s :-ay i-:otline, ?eer cou:-.seling;, i!'lfo::-::a'tion and refer:-als, ii::-ary, ~?e~ers :u:­eau, and rap group . TEXAS GAY CONFERENCE IN AUSTIN THIS WEEKEND The Fourth Annual Texas Gay Confer­ence is being held in Austin this week­end, June 18 and 19. Sponsored by the Texas Gay Task Force, this year's confer­ence will offer awl.de range of workshops, speeches by lesbian and gay male leaders, a business meeting, vorship services, and recreational activities. Speakers for the conference will be Ken Cyr and Janna Zumbrun, both Texas activists, and Bob Kunst, one of the spokespersons of the Dade County Coali­tion for the Humanistic Rights of Gays. Cyr, one of' the founders of the Texas Gay Task Force and presently active with the Texas Gay Archives in nouston will deliveri:he keynote address at 10 o'clock Saturday morning to start the conference . Zumb:run will address the final session of the conference at ll: 30Sunday morning concerning our needs and goals for the coming yea.r.Zumbrun serves on the Human Relations Commission for the City of Austin, and is active with the Austin Lesbian Feminist Organization, Texas Women's Political Caucus, and the Texas Gay Task Force. Kunst will speak Saturday evening in a. session open to the general public . One of the leaders of the Dade County Coalition, Kunst appeared frequently on news programs and intervieY shows during the Miami campaign representing the Coa­lition's position before the r..a.tional media.. He also atte!llpted to debate Anita Bryant beforethe Miami Ki:.ranis Club •.;hen she cotintered '•"ith the Battle Hymn of the Republic =ather than subs~antive argue!llents . The speci~ic time and place of his address have not been finalized at this time as his appearance was only recent.ly arranged through the efforts of' the Gay People of dest Texas. The Lubbock group and the conference committee will make further announcements 'When plans a.re con­fir: ned. The conference also offers sixteen workshops exploring the needs, goals, and expe:-iences of lesbians and gay men. Sc:ieduled for three separate periods on Saturday, workshops from ~hich to c.~oose include topics related to politics, reli­gion, literature, feminism, the :nedia, community services, and personal rela­tionships. Three workshops on political involv­ment have been prepared by Nick Schul.er of San Antonio . The various asnects to be explored are (l)Gaysin the P;lit.ical Arena,(2) Political Organizations in the Gay Community, and (3) Political Friends and Enemies of the Gay Community. Those who have followed the recent session of the Texas legislature and t.l::e Mia!:li cam­paign will find these encounters helpful in shaping future political efforts . Two of the workshops will explore religious issues . One session w"ill exam­ine the essence of Gay Spirituality and Gay Theology with a panel made up of the Reverend Rob Shivers of the Austin MCC, Chris Broadhurst of Dignity in San An­tonio, and Gene Leggett from Gay United Methodists. The other session will consider issues that arise between Femi­nism and the Church. A. K. Campbell, ( 3) Nina Wouk,and Reverend Shivers will lead the latter discussion. Consideration of the creative aspects of our culture will be provided in work­shops entitled Lesbians and Literature and Gay Male PoetrJ. The _first, led by Diane Draper of' Austin, will explore the treatment of' lesbians in literature as well as the contributions of lesbians to writing. Randy Conner, a University of Texas teaching assistant in the English Department, will lead the vorAshop that examines the the!Iles of' gay :nale poetry in relation to the liberation ·!llOVement. Besides the feminist ·workshops al­ready ;iientioned, four other sessions are planned for lesbians to explore areas of unique interest to women. There will be separate "how- to" workshops on Setting Up a Peer Counseling Service for domen and Setting Up a Feminist Booksi:ore. The first w"ill be led by Malorie Tolles who will draw from her experiences with the Austin Women/Space peer counselling center. The Common Woman Bookstore Col­lective which has been in operation in Austin for over a year is sponsori:i:g t.he second session. Also for vomen will be a dixcussion of' LesbianParticipation in Internat.ional Women's Year which w~ll focus on the Texas IWY conference the following week­end in Austin andi:he :iationaJ. conference later this year in Housi:on. Leaders in the discussion will be Pokey Anderson of Houston and Nina Wouk and Janna Zumbrun of Austin. A separate session w"ill be devot.ad to developing Lesbian Corm::ru.nica­tion Networks so that. matters relevant to the feminist move!llen<: can be dissel!li= nated to all who are interested. Also focusing on communication will be a workshop on Gay ~edia by Allen ~-ii:i­ter which ~"ill look at. gay accesz to the general "straight. ":::iedia as ·,.;ell as examine t.he use and :'ocus of' t.he rapidly expanding gay :nedia. T::e session •..rill begin with an im:roduction by Winte:::- ·.rho studied bot.h topics as par: of his :nas­t. er' s thesis in the UT School of' Journal­ism. The session will t.hen proceed wi-.;h a panel discussion t.hen a group dialogue. Transgenerational nelat.ionships ·.rill be the topic of a workshop led by J::.:i Eggling of the Forward Foundation of San Antonio. The session will excmine the difficulties couples encoun<:er w~en there is a generations dif~erence in age accompanied by di:fe:-ing values and ex­periences that are almos-v as di:ferent. as cross- cultural values and !"elationships. Finally, the goals and ope rat.ion of Gay Switchboards and Service Organiza­tions will offer an oppor:;unity for the volunteers in such groups a.round t.he state to share their experiences and to help new communities start such groups . Dan Puckett, Off:ce Coordinai:or of Aus ­tin's Gay Communi t.y Services will mode:::-­a. te the session. Afte:::- a busy schedule of w-orkshops and speeches on Saturday, the conference will focus on worship and recreation on Sunday.The Metropolitan Community Church will conduct services at 9 o'clock in the Universit.y Y auditorium followed by (continued on page 4) BOOK REVIEW: TENNESSEE WILLIAMS MEMOIRS (Bantam; 320pp. ~1.95) What goes on inside the dead of an acclaimed playwrite? What inner agonies does a famous personality experience regarding his homosexuality, personal life, career, talent, et.? Tennessee Williams probably did not set out to specifically answer such questions in his memoirs, but he does achieve this for himself as well as giving a very candid insight in-co the life and loves of his checkered career . Here is an honest expression of him­self as he feels and remembers it, dig­ging deep into his heart, and conscious­ness, his struggl es, his defeats and victories . Williams' memoirs are at times funDy, offensive, or sad---but always frank and apparently hones-c. ae has displayed his private life with no holds barred, afact which may actually help the rest of us to see our life struggles in a different light . (There is a copy of this book in the GCS librazy. ) Rob Shivers HOUSTON RALLY (conclusion) seen now as ever. We have civil righ-cs ordinances, but gays in Austin are to have to be prepared to fight to maintain those ordinances . The fight for guaran­tees of civil rights :'or gay people throughou-c the countr; is the concern of the Austin gay community and of every other community . T!:le an-ci -gay movement can easily gain momentum, especially since they are dealing with scare tac­tics , ~sensationalism,and unsubstantiated myths. We need to keep up out momentum to preserve our rights,just as any other minority group does . Art TEXAS GP..Y CONF'E.."qENCE (conclusion) a :'rtendship period. T!:le final Gene::-al Session w~ll then consider resolutions f:::-om the various workshops or from indi­viduals and will offer par-cicipants an opportunity to assess the success of the conference . The session will close with the address on future goals and direc­tions by Janna Zw:ibrun. Sunday afternoon ··~ll be spent for enjoyment at various parks around town or at the lake. A volleyball toUr:lanen-c is being sponsored by Gay Community Services with teams from Lubbock, S:ouston, and Austin already entered. Ramsey Park a--c 44th and Rosedale ~~ll be tr~ site of the tournament as well as frisbee and s..,,'ioming in the pool there. Other op­tions include Zilk.er Park and Barton Springs or Lake Travis where activists may make friends with other workers . Anyone interested in the conference is invited -co participate . Registration is just $10(·..rith a $5 discount for ~hose whose income is under $5,000) . Registra­tion is from 9-10 o'clock Saturday morn­ing at the Unitarian Church, 4700 Grover (one block west of Lamar) . For more in­fonnation, contact Gay Communi-cy Services at 477-6699 . ( 4) I hear the men always the men whispering at corners and inthe offices and in the ma.rke-c places and in their congresses and courts and in the schools and in their books and in the church shout that no god or deity female or ma.le 'JJ2.Y cut across tbe way of their word or speak any o-cher way than wi -ch their sword. I hear the women, often, say this, -coo. What I would say if they'd hear ~•ould be: You don't know Jesus as lover or Orphus as queer, don't see Jesus cr~ise St . Matthew, as Caravaggio did, don't k..~ow John the Beloved nor Buddha's .A..nanda., nor what the :Derdache do that :nen like ce :n.a.ke some gods -co pro--cec-c cen like ce from you. Our defenses are s-crong, and impene--c:::able. As Borobudor or Cha:::-tes or :C::sse collect cosmic energy, ma.lte non-A A, so we are guardians of another way other tools beyond the men I hear always -.;he :n.en whempering a-c corners with their :iar.-made ruJ.es . Calvi~ Douce-: TEXAS G:XY CONFE..~CE SCBEDULE Saturday, June 18 9:00 Registra--cion 10 :00 Keynote Address --Ken Cyr ll:OO Workshop Session One 1 :00 Lu:ich 2 :00 Workshop Session T-.;o 4:00 Workshop Session Three 6:00 Dinner 7:30 Texas Gay Task Force 3usiness ~ee-Ci:lg 9:00 GUEST SPSA.KER--:i3ob K:i.nst Sunday, 9:00 10 : 30 ll:30 12 :15 June 19 C~urch Se!"'rice by Austin MCC Closing Session o~ Conference Closing Speaker--Ja."l!la Zu.::ibrun Adjouni to Recreational Ac--civities Conference Site Satu=da.y- -Unitarian Church, 4700 Grover Sunda.y- -University Y, 2330 Guadalupe Registration $10 ($5 discou:t--c if earning under $5,000) GAYS WALK OUT AND THE BISHOP RESPONDS Gay activism in the fonn of lobbying the United Methodist Church for changes in its official atti tued toward gay people, has been going on in the Austin­San Antonio e.rea since 1971. About 20 people wore anobands with pink triangles and sat together at the ordination services o:fthe Southwest Texas Annual Conference on June 1, 1977· This group of 20 was made up of :nembers of the Southwest Texas United Methodist Gay Caucus and their friends, mel!l.bers of the Metropolitan Col!Dllunity Chur ch in San An­tonio, and members of Integrity, the Episcopal gay organization. Following the ser.non, r:i.ost of the gay group walked out of the se:t"'rice in protest just before the ordination cere­mony began. After the ordination of deacons and elders, Bishop J . C!less Lovern responded tothe walkout by ma.king a few impromptu rem.arks and leading the conference in prayer. Bishop Love:-n state that he felt that the group had walked out because it felt it was not wanted by the cb.urch. The bishop affirmed that all of us in the church have weaknesses and failings, that all of us need to grow and change, and that all of us are welcome at the table of the Lord. He requested tha~ the group ;neet with him personaJ.ly again in the near future . The annual conference level gay activist effort has been concentrated on the ordination service because open, out­of- the- closet lesbians and gay men are denied ordination i::ito the ministry of the United Methodist Church. Bishop Lavern's genuine offer of fellowship ~"ith the Gay Caucus is an act of Christian leadership on his .r:art. However,the voting members of the a.'1!lual conference, lay and clergy, are ano~her matter. They are no~ bow:d to follow their bishop's example of war.:n com_-ra.de ­ship and acceptance of gay churc~ people . Even if the conference members do choose to "acce~ " gay ac~i 'fists as fellow Christians, they probably w"ill not feel like pushing for the acceptance of les­bians and gay ment in~o i:he ordained Methodis~ minis~ry . Acce~ance in~o the menistI"'/ is the sign gay activists look for to signal them that the c~urch does indeed W'2.nt and r-espect t teo. Sitti.:ig on the other end of the pew from the Gay Caucus was Don Hand, a lay delegate from the Southwest Texas Annual Conference to the General Conference in Portland, Oregon, in 1976. It '.las Mr. Hand who proposed the legislation that was incorporated in~o the 1976Disci Pli:le which states that United Me~hodists regard homosexuality as "incompatible with Christian teaching"--Anita Bryant's viewpoint exactly. It is t!:le General Conference o~ the United Me~hodist C!:lurch which makes the laws and policies for this particular denomination, jus~ as the Congress does for the United States . Until Ge~eral Conference declares that sexual or affec­tional preference shall not disquali1"y a candid.ate for ordination, the individual annual conferences cannot legally ordain out-front lesbians and gay ment i nto t he Methodists cinis~:y. ;·iayde Frey ( 5) NAME CHANGE FOR POLITICAL ORGANIZATION For approximately the pas't three months the Gay Political Coalition has been active in the C2I!lpaign on protect­ing human rights locally as well as nationaJ.ly. The Coalition first surfaced in response to the Clay Smothers House Bill 1902 which attempted to regula~e gay students on state- supported campuses. The mos~ visible actions o:fthe political group have been gathering signatures on a petition protes~ing this bill. Lobby­ing both representatives and sena~ors at the capitol on Yarious pieces of legis­lation and most recen~lY . in helping w"ith the collection of donations for the struggle of the Dade County Coaltion were also pan of their activities during the first few months of its existence. In order to take a more progressive stand the Coalition has changed i~s nace to the Society for the Advancei::ent of Freedom and Equality: S.A.F.E. The the fUtU-""'e the organiza~ion w"ill be lobbyingthe new mayor and city co1m­cil regarding this city's housing ordi­nance . S.A.F.E. meets twice a oon-ch on Sunday evenir.gs at the M. C. C. ?or !'ur­thur infor.:iation regarding the ti:ne, con­tact Gay Comz:runity Ser.fices at 477-6699. OPINION ( ?rom San Diego acti 'ris~ groups newsletter) "Yes, I like to cee~ gay people, but GCS is not ~or ce. '!'he place is ::-eally cliquish and most people jus-: go ~here to drink." "GCS is not even a cr..i.isy place, ·..rhy should I go ~o see i:te s~e people over and over again. " "The good old days '..rere neat . We used to get :'i~ty or six'.;y people eve!"'/ Wednesday, and had dances and progrems. I went ~here ~wo weeks ago and i:here was nothing going on. " I've heard these co=ents -:i.i:le a:~er time; :nost of thee. are probably ~l"Ue . ~ve come here wi~h expectations, ·.;e ·.rant i:o ::ieet :lew people, star.; love ~~airs o::­~ or.n accep~able social g::-oups •... 3u~ no~hing happens and 1.-e e.::i.d up ge~~i::lg the well kllown "C-CS Depressions " . '.·!aybe C-CS should di.sappear and ·,;e si.'.:.ould aL. stan goir:.g to the bars i~s'tead . -~"ter all, who •.rants to put ene::-g-.r in~o an organization ·..rhicl:l doesn't gi·re anythi.::lg back. ;.Tell, it is ver/ easy to put GCS dow-n, toge-: ~ed up a.:ld stop cor:ti:Jg. Bu'C that's the easy ·,;ay ou~ . I ~ir.:nly '::ielieYe that ~·IE A.~. GCS----a:nd ·~·hen I say ·,;e I don't :nea.'l the six people who a.J:~-ays come. GCS is ~o-:- all of us and ',;e ::ia.ke out of it wha~ w-e "'Wl'C. There a::e no rules '.ihic~ say "Cha~ GCS shouldn't be cruisy or an intellec~ual - poli~ i cal group. We can actually become any of ~ hese i:hings, bu"C ·,;e need YOU to do it. ·,;e need ~o get people who ;..-ant to have a gay environment in which to in~eract, people who wan~ to m.e.ke this place a coo:'or:able one to all gay people. WE NEED ~OU- -- -­Gi ve us a chance ~o prove t ha'C we can make some~hi.ng good out of this . REMEMBER TES F~ VD CL:::NIC ON FR::l.~, JUNE 17, AT THE AUSTIN CLUB 3ATSS, 308 W. 16th STREET, 8-10 :pm. LIB Sk"""E ! ! ..
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