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Title Connections, Vol. 3, No. 6, June 1981
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Transcript June 1981 AUSTIN, TEXAS Vol. 3, No. 6 2 CONNECTIONS Editor/ Publi•her ......................... Jim Olinger Aa• i• tant Editor/ Adverti• ing ........... Weyde Frey Graphic• .... .....•.......... Oon J• ck• on, Jim Olinger Photogrephy .. . ......................... Cerr Strong Typ-tting . ....................... Kri• tull Graphic• Netionel Adverti• ing . .................. Joe D18eb•to Aivendell Merketing Co., 888 Ith Ave. New York, NY 10010 212/ 242-8183 CONNECTIONS ie e member of Che THH G• y N-e A-ietion. CONNECTION& i• the monthly meg• zine for gey -m•n end men in Auetin end T••••. We welcome your ~ of n-, calendar-ta, fNtuN erticln, fiction, poetry, letter•, line drawing• end photograph•. If recum or acllnowledtt•ment le deeired, .,._ endw • ecemped, •-lf-eddrneed envelope. Deedlin• far ell • ubmi•• ion• i• the 22nd af the preceding month. Meterial received efter th• 22nd will eppear the following month. ON DUA COVER JOHN Hippy Hollow, 1NO ll'lleceltyC...-8 ....... The only PY p11bffcation thee IIEA&.L Y c:overs Aunin. 3000 copin dl•t ributed thi• month. ...... _._.........._.I. C,...T. ,I.O.,...1 .1 a Dear TeX.!ls Human Rights Foundation, rm sorry I haven'tsentanymoneyearlier. The significance of Baker vs. Wade, your court challenge to TeX.!ls Penal Code Sec· tion 21.06 (the homosexual conduct sta· tute). which is starting THIS MONTH, on June 15. finally hit me. I knew that 21.06 legalizes police har• assment 1md invasion of privacy, as well as justifying discrimination against gay wo­men and men. But I didn't realize that Baker vs. Wade is the first bme a state criminal statute aimed solely at gays is being directly attacked as being unconsti­tutional. All the other "sodomy law·• cases. like the recent New York one. have been based on technicalities. The decision in this case will have a profound effect on all gay people for decades. The expense of bringing expert wit· nesses in psychology, sexology. the family, religion and cnminology to Dallas for the trial will be considerable. But this is the moment when we must fling all our resources into the battle. Every contri· bution will help and is needed immediately. This will be a historic moment for human rights. Thank you for bringing it about Letters to the Editor Kudos Thanks for doing a fine job in your article on me and the company (Dan·s Office Equipment). - Dan ~ Congratulations on CONNECTIONS' new look. Its great - impressrve' - Gerry Tarr Dear Wayde. Please renew my subscnption for another year Thanks to you and Jim for doing such a good job with the paper. - Keith Mastalio Country Boy Wants Friend The last time I went to Tex's Colorado Street Bar, I could not resist a copy of your literature, However, I was under the impres· saon this was a person to person· magazine. How does a country boy living in a small town like me find another man 1n this c,tyJ rm 20 years old. 1nt,.lligenl involved in several actrv,t,es 1n my area. and I do not carry a broken wrist around I'm also not a one nighter. I love to have a good tame. like everyone else. but I m iust a bit old·fashioned on occasion. Any suggestions would be greatly appre· ciated - Name withheld by request If our readers hac·e any ideas. please send them to CONNECTIONS We would love to run person to person .. ads. Why not send us one' Since you live at home, you might consider a post office box. fl s privacy for a couple of bucks a month - Editor CONNECTIONS welcomes all com­ments. criticiSms and. of course. comp/i· ments from our readers. The Methodist Church and Bent While watching the performance of Bent by the Genesius Players. I became fixated on II poignant moment which few others have mentioned. Max. a prisoner in 11 concentration camp. muses about how nice ,t would be to fit in. He remarks there must be gay Nazis nnd that the Nazis seem to enjoy singing the · old favorites:· Of course. Max does not stay in this reverie very long. ns he remembers where he is and why he is there. I can relate perfectly to this scene, because I often have similar feelings regarding my being a Christian and a member of the United Methodist Church. Wenn wir marschieren and the Horst Wessel song are starring and inspiring. So are Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken and A Charge to Keep I Have. But just as Max knows he does not belong to the group which sangs his songs, I know I don't belong to the group which sings mine. How nice ,t would be to be a regular, non• activist church member, to attend those covered-dish dinners and sing those old favorites. But I can·t To do so would be forgetting the church is my oppressor. It would be forgetting that the church created the chmate of opinion in which Jews and homosexuals perished in the Holocaust It would be forgetting that the United Methe· dist Church. ns late as 1981, withdrew funding from the Austin product.Ion of Bent and. 1n so doing. threw a smug nnd knowing wink at Hatler I w,11 not forget Troy Stokes Supreme Court Won't Uphold N.Y. Sodomy Law Washmqton D <.: - The US. Supre'Tle Court reh,Jed May 18 to disturb a New York Court of Appeals •t..hng that had struck down the New York sodomy law as uncor stitutional As a result. the New York dec1s1on Is now final and can serve as a precedent for court challenges to sodomy laws m some two dozen states. ,ncludmg Texas. The Supreme Court action cont;asted v.1th ,ts earlier dec1s1ons on sodomy laws. W,th,n the past f,ve years. ,t had upheld a lov.er Federal courts dec1S1on ruting Virg,nia·s sodomy law const1tut1onal and had dism1s· sedan appeal seeking to have North Caro· hna's law stricken. Several gay legal authorities stated that they feel the Supreme Court·s recent sod· omy dec1s1ons show a reluctance by the court to decide the issues and a willingness to let lower courts do as they see fit One gay rights lawyer expressed disap· po,ntment at the May 18 ruling. asserting that he would rather have a final Supreme Court decision, even ,f it upheld sodomy laws. This recent ruling came m the case of People 1 Ono/re and was technically a denial without dissent of the prosecutor's petition for a wnt of certiorari ( permission to appeal). WyL1/t Law Students to Discuss Sodomy Decisions Law Students for 1-tuman Rights Is ~ponsonng II lecture and d1scussIon on June 24 at 7 00 p.m. for Gay Pnde Week ,n the Charles I. Francis Auditorium m the law building on the {J T campus Recent n:i!ir,gs on the constitutionality of state laws ban· ning homosexual actIvIty. the success rate of these cases. and strategy for future suits will be discussed ActivIt1es of the La-.. Students for Human Rights include legal research for individuals and agencies. sem,ruirs and discussions. films. and speakers. The annual Sandwich Seminar presents several speakers discuss· mg gay ,ssues. This year's seminar was held on March 24 25 The topics were the American Bar Associations "Good Moral Character Requirement and Pnvate Prac· bee by Gay and Lesbian-identified Attorneys The gay law student group will also exh1b1t materials on 'The Legal Rights of Gay People" June 18·30 In the display case in the law school library lobby. For more 1nformat1on, contact Law Stu· dents for Human Rights, UT $chool of Law Annex #8, 727 E. 26th. Austin TX 78705. 471 ·5151. Eb RIVER womEn 's PRESS ,n~ t. v.rs t 11th ,t ,\ U S( Ill l( J ,\ , •s•,,3 Flood Damages Red River Women's Press The Austin Memorial Day Flood of May 24 25 damaged darkroom equipment and offset presses .it Red River Womens Press. 908C W 12th As cleanup operations were underway, several people met at WomenSpace on June I to plan a benefit to help Red River Women's Press recover from the damage. CONNECTIONS D.A. Equates Gays With Thieves and Rapists :)al ..i~ Cou :y D ,tr ct Attorr tier.I\' Wad fled a motion for sum'.Tlary t..dg n,c it n Baker v Wade the legal rhallenqe to the r exas Hornosext..al (onduct Statute Peral Code Sec• on 2' 06 m May Wade stated that to argue that gay people arc discr n11:1ated aga1rst because the leg,sla· ture has ~rirn,nahzed ~omosexual actMty Is analogous to da1rnmg that thieves and rapists are d,scnmmated against because of laws against such cnmes f,\ Robert S<: hwab. President of the Texas Human Rights FoundJt1on. responded. to equate private consensual sexual actIvIty with v,olent acts hke rape shows the deptl> of preJud,ce ex,stng against gay people If the state would focus its pohceenforcement power toward crimes of v10lence instead of actMty which takes place in the privacy of the bedroom. we would all live m a safer world." A decision on Defendant Wade· s motion ,s expected m the next several weeks. Trial ,s currently scheduled for June 15. 1981 in Dallas. ALGPC Candidates Victorious F-rve out of the seven candidates endorsed by the Austin L esb,an Gay Pohtical Caucus were vIctonous m their election bids on Apnl 4 and May 2 In Place I neighborhood actMst Larry Deuser -..on the :"ay 2 runoff ,n a landshde 62% of the vote defeating former lobby-st Bob Duke Deuser defeated or,g,nal AL GPC Pndorsee Mike Guerrero m the Apnl 4 primary In Pl,Ke 2. environmenlllhst Roger Dun can won April 4 w,th a startling 60% of the vote defeating used·car dealer Louis 'Bubba· H~nna. who had gone on record ,n the 0Jtly Tc,an as opposing including gays m the Austin Fair Housing Ordinance In Place4 incumbent Richard Goodman won the primary with 62% of the vote defeating anu·ERA. anti-choice Rolhn Mc Crae and Joan Bartz. former aide to Texas Democat1c Party Chair candidate David Samuelson. who ran on an ant,gay platform In Place 5, Johnny Trevino. incumbent council-member won April 4 a reelection bid against well-financed opponent Mark Ro~e T revIno fought to include sexual orientation m the Fair Housing Ordinance in 1977 In Place 6. Dr. Charles Urdy, a professor of chemistry at Huston·Tillotson College, won May 2 with 64% of the vote against I950s and early I960s activist Bertha Means. ALGPC endorsed Mayoral Candidate Bob Binder lost to incumbent Carole Keeton McClellan with 46% of the vote. McClellan spent over $200.000 m her reelection bid to Binder's $80.000 Most of her money came from Austin developers and banking inter· ests McClellan fought against including gays in the Fair Housing Ordinance In 1977 and spearheaded the drive to oust lesbian actIvIst Janna Zumbrun from the Human Relations Comm1ss1on Place 3 cand1d<>te 11.\arcos de Leon lost the primary to incumbent Ron Mullen With five endorsed candidates now on the C,ty Counc ,L the ALGPC plans to move quickly to rewrite the AuMm Fair !lousing Ordinance to include protect,on of gays and to strengthen the ordinance s en forcement provIsIons to make fair housing 11 reality for all the citizens of Austin. MGPC Na... ldt Texas Human Rights Foundation Attacks 2 t .06 , Jm R :s Foundation ( fl-<Rf a nc n profit. tax e-xempl pub c inter s: htJgat,ng corporation cfiartered by the state of r exas Contr butions are tax deduct ble urder section 1 70 of thelrtern;. Revenue Lode Formerly the Houslon Human R,ghts Defense F oundat,on. the organization was enlarried to statewide status n June of 1978 Th toundat,on s chartered purpose Is to fight d,scr m,nat on based on sex. race. creed. national ong,n. age handicap. or sexual orientation THRF president"\. RobcrtSch-..ab. Ph.D. of Houston. reports that 1980 was a spec· tacular year of gro-..th for the foundation. which filed a const1tut1onal challenge to the Texas Homosexual Conduct Statute. Penal Code Sect,on 21 06. The Foundat,on·s legal work in the case is proceeding well and the group has 'high hopes of vo,d,ng th,s 111-concei,ed law.' Schwab says. "We appreciate the trust you have shown in us by giving your financial support Fund ra,sIng has increased both in terms of amounts collected and contributors part,cipatmg" In late 1980. THRF announced the receipt of a gift valued mexcess ol $7,500. which Is believed to be the largest single contribution ever received by a Texas gay organization. Under Texas law, private consensual sexual conduct between adults ,s legal except between people of the same sex. THRF Is sponsoring a challenge to Penal Code SectJon 2 06 m Dallas federal d1Stnct court The case. Baker v Wade. ,s scheduled for trial beg,nnmg June 15 1981 Cert1fica lion of the defendant <;lass - Texas Qty and county attorneys- s accomplished. tional and barred from enforcerr. n• or t~e grounds that t volates an rd v; Jual s :Jht to pmacy due process and equa prote<'.t as guaranteed by the first ninll' and four teenth amendments to the U S ConstltutJon. Tl>e foundat on llas made t'ie e;a, ts top pnor I) By mak. g gay rexar<s de facto cnmmals. 21 06 Is the LSI fl cation used for d1scr1mmat1on m ernployment. ch Id cus tody, housing 1mm1grat1onand many other areas t.\oreover the existence of such a .aw casts a broad shad Cl!. over the Ives of some of SOClet} s most responsible and productlve cIt1zens - gay people Recogmzmg th,s. THRF ,s using this case as a means of educating the pubhc about d1scr,minat1c,n against homosex..ials. Through pubhc ap· pearances b~ community leaders and dis· sem1natIon of the tnal testimony of expert witnesses. THRF hopes to sensitize the public to the issues the case presents. THRF has assisted ,n formulating case strategy selecting expert witnesses. and funding the costs of htigauon The founda !Jon recogn12es the Irnmense commitment needed to see the effort to fruition. and Is prepared to pursue the case through the appellate court system. 1f nee essal) It should be noted that the "iew York Court of Appeals. the highest c.ourt m that state. recently struck do":n the f'jew York sodomy law on the grounds that ,t mfrmged upon the tndMdual s right of pnva~ and the equ11l pro\eQ.Jon pr0Vl,SIons of the U S Con titutlon. AUSTIN• 705 RED RIVER•4 7 8-6806 Saturday June 20 1 Opm, Miss Gay USA South Pageant WEDNESDAY NIGHT DRINK OR DROWN NIGHT $2 co.v.e,r _- 25¢ bar drinks ....... SUNDAY SOCIAL with $1 BEER BUST, 4-8pm 10 pm Shows with ,t KITTY LITTER, ALVINA GREASE 1and GUESTS . ... . ~ - 4 Splash Day CONNECTIONS~~====~~~~ Hippy Hollow May 10, 1981 An annual celebration spon­sored by the Austin Country and the New Apartment Lounge Photos by Carr Strong Queen Z,m (V and King David CONNECTIONS Editor To Address Libertarians CONNECTIONS editor Jim Olinger will discuss Government Harrassment of Sex ual Minorities .n Texas at this year s South western libertanan conference The" Poli tics of Principle· conference will be held at the Villa Capri Hotel 1n Austin on the weekend of June 19·2 l Olinger will participate 1n the Civil Liberties panel d1scuss1on. which will be held from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m on Saturday. June 20. Admission will be $). The other panelists are feminist Wendy McElroy on Abortion, the Age of Consent and Other Women s Civil L1bert1es Issues. and Daily fo\an editor Mark McKinnon on Threats to Free­dom of the Press.· Well-known Austin act1V1st Gene Berkman will cha,r the panel. Libertarian films will be shown from 9:00 a.m to4.00p.m.onSunday,June21 This event 1s open to the pubhc and free. Films include 1981 Academy Award winner Karl Hc,;s; Towards Libc!ty, The Jnflat,on File. Libra A Space Colony. "ar "ithout ",n ners. and The Incredible Bread Nachmc Other topics addressed w II include For e1gn Policy Children s Rights, Prospects for Liberty under Reagan. and the future of the Libertarian Party. The conference is spon· sored by the Libertarian Party of Texas. For more 1nformat1on. contact Mike Grossberg at 454 1522 CONNECTIONS is distributed at retail business locations in Austin. Gay organizations who wish to distribute CONNECTIONS to their members are urged to call 4 7 4-1660 and make arrangements to pick up the number of copies they desire. ... Austin-GALA Promotes Communication One ol Austll" s big problems has been a lacK of com mun cation among gay organi zat,ons and businesses Austin·GALA. the Austin Gay and Lesbian Alliance s an mformat,on sharing net"'ork for Austins gay groups. RecentAust1n•GALA meetings have been convened by Lynn Aday at the UT Texas Ul"1or, This organ1zat1on of organ,zauons meets a real need - g1v1ng gay groups an opportunity to share their plans with one another Holding the meetings at a ·neutral · locatJon such as the UT Union ,s another key to the group· s success. Austin·GALA ,s a c1ty·w1de clearinghouse for informatJon. The group 1s open to any gay oriented groups. bars and businesses. although Austin Lambda. ALGPC. CON· NECTIONS. Gay Community Services. Hot Lips and Law Students for Human Rights are the main organizations who have sent representatives The Ma) 12 meeting of Austin·GALA revealed tliat Austm·GALA s hopes for n· valving gay buslnes.~es 1n a townwide ga) pride celebration at Duncan Park 11,ere not to be fulfilled Instead. AustJJ'I Lambda and Law Students for Human Rights represent at1ves reported on their respective groups plans for gay pr de observances. Austin-GALA gives representatives of businesses ard organizations a regular opportunity to compare notes and coord, nate plans It has a read} mproved com rr,u:11cat1on between several groups CON'ffCTIONS sa utes LY'ln Aday for lac litatmr, this process One person an make ll difference "'hanks Lynn' 2828 RIO GRANOE./AUSTIN 478 0224 ENTRANCE IN REAfl _ Monday Free Beer, 1 0pm Tuesday Rock 'n' Roll Night Wednesday Bare Chest Night and Pool Tournament, 9pm Thursday Movie Night, 10pm Another Thriller plus Captain Marvel Serial and Bett Boo cartoon 5 Bobb, Jay. Tornrme Lee and Page Allen (c/ocku.•t<e from le{t) MCCA Senior Prom Successful The Senior Prom held by Metropol tan Commuritty Church of Austin I "'\CCA) Apnl 26 to benefit its bu Id ng fund was a success as almost $900 was raised • Therrie for the prom which was held et The Holf>,wood. 304 West 4th. was A "<1g~t 1n CaSllblanca Pege Allen d rec.ted the transforrnat,on of The Hollvwood :ito the Casbah. The prom king and queen were selected by II random dra"' ng The Sen or Prom was so successful that peep e ta ked of holding another one in the fa MCCA ... ,shes to thank Bookworrien. Dans Office E.qUJpme'lt end Hot L ps for offenng prom tickets for sale at the r bus, nesses. Canda<.c Na1sbitt JS pastor cl "'\etropolitan CorT'mun tv Chilrch of Austin Her office 1s at 302 W 15th '205-C. MCCA holds worsh p SCIVICe5 at 408 W 23rd. Friday TGIF Party, 7-1 0pm $1 Beer Bust a'ld Band Alvin's Aartvarks Saturday Bloody Mary Speclai Noon-4pm Su'ldcly Bloody Mary Special t,;oon 4pm P ..rs $1 Boer Bust a'ld Cookout, 4 8pm 6 CONNECTIONS Horst ( Eric Henshaw) BENT Reviewed by Roy Teele The Geneslus Players' Production ot Bent at Center Stage was even more moving than the one I saw ( and reviewed In these pages) on Broadway a year ago. Seeing the play on New York was such a ~tunning and devastating experience that I approached the Austin production with some trep1datIon Would It have the same deeply disturbing affect? Would the staging and acung be as effective? Yes. to both qu~tlOlls The most import­ant difference was a sense of exholar auon and pride that 1t was be ng performed so effectively here n Austin. Mitch P,legg, s Max ~eemed some­what more h1gh-p1tched and violent than Richard Ge,e s. Buy why not? A defensive. gutl1-ndden young gay r"k11,s rite suddenly goes down the dram: why not scream In pro1estl Man. was I drunk last n1gh1I · is never much of a defense Wheri. it's been repeated over and over. and both Max , and h s lover Rudy M chael Timc,sko) are SJck of tre scene wddenly Wolf. the young Storm Trooper appears out of the bedroom When Wolf ,s shot by his comrades. It signals both personal d isas-ter for Max and Rudy and the beginning of society's attempted extermination of gays The similarities between the current American scene (with the arrogant you­follow- my•morality " majority" assuming more social power) and Nazi Germany are hauntingly and frighteningly present It seems there was a little more demon­stration of 1he love Max and Rudy shared In the NYC production, but I can't re- The f'{1qhl of th Lung Knll'cs Wolf (DaVld F. Jones) and Gestapo Agent (Gregory Bay less) Pervert. throw your cap on the fence. · member any words or gestures that were specifically different. I suspect my feelings are r a1her like what Max must have felt In prison. remembering those earlier and happier days. How much better if there'd been more tenderness and spoken or demonstrated lovel Max h.ld to see not only the young Nazi but two other lovers killed (how much of it his fault?) before recognizing On the /fain the need for a deep sharing in love rela1ionsh1ps. On the stage this is symbol­tzed by Max pulling on his newly killed lover's jacket with with the pink triangle What followed Is certainly the most con­troversial difference in the two produc­tions. On Broadway, Max jumped onto the electrified fence. defying the Nazis by committing suicide. Here Max goes on doggedly, mo1iva1ed by his compulsion for self-preservation (mentioned several times in the script) and his finally acknow­ledged need 10 declare himself as gay and stand. even though belatedly, beside hos lover(s). Certainly the immediate im­pact of Max's death is stronger. but it's obvious that continuing 10 live would actually be harder and involve more suffering. probably in vain. I. at least left Center Stage feeling that Max's "devel­opment'' was more complete and his tragedy more horrifyingly real. ''Streets of Berlin. will you miss me?' Greta (Tony Howe) I think I began 10 feel the difference in the interpretation of Horst's role as Eric Henshaw·s shivering in the cold became more pronounced. The script justified ii, and ii increased tension as the inevitable tragedy approached The shivering can be linked to a particu­lar problem in the play. How much physi­cal movement should be used in the love scene? David Dukes. who played Horst on Bro,,dway. argued that movement should be minimal. with intense concen­tration on the words leading to the double orgasm. Henshaw·s shivering evolved subtly into the or.~asmic movements of Director Don Fenner (u1th bc;Jrd), C115I 11nd crew CONNECTIONS M.i., and Rudy /Michael Timci.~ko) before their arrest the love scene. ne.1dy solving the ·problem.. people h.1ve suffered under the judeo-ln his "G.1y M.1nifesto for the 80-s.. Christi.1n ·mor.11ity," which h.1s often been .1rt1cle in the j.1nu.1ry Christopher Street. just "5 horrifyingly cruel .1nd unjustified .1s Mich.1el Denneny refers to this scene: the N.ui oppression. stems directly from "The the<11ric.1lly .1nd theoretic.1lly brilli.1nt the refusal of th.11 'mor.11ity" to honestly climilX of the pl.1y is not the noble expres- de.1I with sexu.1lity. Hypocritic.1lly. "5 p.1rt sion of yet another doomed love but the of the p.1tri.1rch.1I domin.1nce which ch.1r-simult. 1neous orgasm of the two lovers .1s acterizes the Judeo-Christi.ln morality. they f.1ce the audience - "moment th.11 any manifes1,u1on of sex except procre.1- truly shocks the public. including g.1ys ·; tion is prohibited Hypocritically. bec.1use This Is .1n important p<lrt of Denneny's the p.11ri.1rch.1I is now combined with the ;ugument th,,t 'The centr.1I issue of g.1y c.1pit.1listic impulse. which constantly uses politics Is ~exu.1lity .. sex in its money-making h.1rdsell tech- The terrible oppres~ion which g.1y niques. Hypocririr-llly too. bec.1use it re- Ma, /Milch Pileggi) fuses to see th.11 this denial ( no free discussion of sex. let alone re.11 sex edu­c. 11ion) h"5 led to the current torrential outburst of divorces .1nd is cert<linly di­rectly connected with the violence which h"5 ch.1r acterized our purn.1nic.1I country from its founding All the people involved in this produc­tion deserve our th.1nks. Including the fine .1ctors, director Don Fenner. the set and costume designers, .1nd the people who took over when the Methodist Wes­ley Foundation wcked out on its com­mitment to fund the production. The Wesleyans· .1ction is wh.1t we should 7 Photos by Rex Raymond B & W Prints by Carr Strong expect from the Judeo-Christi.1n estab­r. shment The clergy. especially Wilson W.1de. p<15tor of St. Luke United Metho­dist Church. and Christian l.1ymen who supported the production .1re shining exceptions. They deserve some special thanks for their integrity and insight. rm still exhilarated by the fact that the pro­duction w"5 so fine and the audience response w"5 great enough to dern.1nd an extension of the run. What next? This deserves a ·sequel." BENT by Martin Sherman. Directed by Don Fenner. f>t-Dented by the Gene.,ius Players at Center Stage. Apnl 21 25. May 5. 6. 12 and 13. 1981. 8 CONNECTIONS OVESCOPE 98 CONNECTIONS Homosexuality and American Psychiatry The Politics of Diagnosis by Ronald Bayer ReL l<'tt cd by Michael "1enc(,:c I expt•cted I /01110.sc1ualtty and American Psych1<1tn1 to be a narrow. detailed review of the gay hberat,on movement's struggle to have the American Psychiatric Assoc,a lion rescind ,ts d,agnosrs of homosexuality as ll mental d,sord('r ,~ the l960'sand early 1970 s What I found was an analysis of great scope. which describes the nuts and bolts of po11ucal maneuvering only after pr senung the h stoncal and soc al cortext that llum,nates the significance of that struggle Bayer beg1rs with the views of phrloso pher Herbert r.\arcuse who asserts tt-at We t('rr society has. unUI recently reprC'sscd pleasured re<:ted sexual C'xpressIor in r sparse to economic goals Quoting Bayer society requ1red thdt sexuality be lim,ted to 9enital functions directed al l'1e opposite sex Only heterosexuality could guaran tee tre reproducuon of labor so necessary for the conquest of natur Marc US(' ,s ev n mor sue c net Aga,,..st a soC1ety wr,c ti ('mploys S('xuali)' as a IT' ans for a u ful nd •'1 pe,v rs,ons uph Id s x ality as an e'ld r ,ts f Th,s frnm work suggests soo ty ras denigrated homosexual ty because ,ts orly purpose Is to fulfill individuals n their search for pleasure and affection It offers the soc,al order nothing to advance ,ts own purposes. which are primarily the accumu lat,on of wealth and power This analysis pldces 1nd1v1dual heterosexuals and homo· sexuals ,n a s1m1lar (although not identical) bed both should feel guilty about wanting sex. enjoying sex. and having frequent sex Homosexuals should feel the worst for all they are do,ng Is having a good time." This thredt,,ns an order that emphas,zes work, not play. As we all know, there has been a tremen· dous shift ,n Western economies ,n the past thirty ye,Hs. Thrift. toll, and delayed gratifi cation are no longer the by-words. We are now encour dged to mdulge ourselves: to emphasize the moment not the future· to bu~ now llnd pay later Western economies circ no longer bu,ld,ng industrial ,nfrnstruc tu res l he people no" want to use the'll B<1yl·r st,,t<'S' R, runc,at,on restraint and 1nh1h1t1on. so cru di to the periods of human history < hc1racterued by s ar ty and to th em cf early ap1tdli t d v op ment arc POW perc v d .:is old fd r. n 'low that K rq p h So whdt does all this have to do w,th the American Psychiatric Associations decision to stop classifying homosexuality as a r1ental dtSorder) For Bayer. these socio· economic changes were the vital precond1· lions 'for the transformation of social attI· tudes toward homosexuality For that shift to actually occur a cohesion of interests favoring homosexuality had to emerge He 'eels this happened m th adolescence of the gay hberat,on 'llC>ve"'ll('nt '.'I the l 960 s The foc11l po nt of that h ft was the st!"uggre 011 r homo x;,iahty as ad agnostic class I the I 9t'1 c rtury phys,aans had 1 creas,nglv gam d th pow to leg t m,ze the prevall,ng l'Pora! code which had previ ously been monopolized by rehg,ous figures. Hornosexuahty became less of a sm and more of an illness. This was more humanis· tic bul a, Bayer ,cry carefully establishes, it reserved d1scuss1on of homosexuality to those qualified to discuss health matters. phys,c,ans. As a moral issue, anyone could volunteer an opinion or judgement As a 'disease·, only phys1c1ans could speak of homosexuality with authonty. Bayer outlines this translormaoon and the counter-responses to ,t both within the medical commun,ty and by outside researchers. such as Kinsey, Beach and Hooker Bayer finally reaches the actual struggle w,th the APA. wh,ch Is now revealed as an Gay Press Orgdnizes NGTF Directors' Resignations Demanded by Shaun P. Kelly San Francisco - The Ahce B. Toklas Memorial Democrauc Club merwhelm,ng~ approved a resolut,on Apnl I 3. I 98 I. calhng for the resignations of the co-directors of the National Gay Task Force ( NGTF), Lucia Valeska and Charles Brydon. Toklas. the largest Democratic club ,n the country. joins a mounting wave of critics of the NGTF leadership. Valeska, contacted at her home in e" York. said that she was shocked at the action. There were two pnmarycompla,nts c ted In the resolution The f•rst was Brydon sand Valeska s recent letter to Congressman Paul McCloskey (D CA) asK ng him to " thdr w legislation bann g d scnm1nauon against gays m the m I tal) a pos tIon enur I\ cor,trary to the advice Mc.Closk!.'Y rere1ved from the Gay R ghts at,o:i.:: Lobby (GRNL) The letter which Brydon and Vareska later asked McClc-skey to set aside pro­duced a storm of cnuc,sm throughout the country Both the 5dn F ranc1sco Stonewa I Gdy Democrdt1c C ub and the Harvey 1'\1 k Gay Democratic Club had c.arled for the co­directors to change their strategy on the issue or resIgl" Tre second COIT'p amt concer"led a re­quest sent out recently to ed tors of gay pubhcat1ors that they exerc se cauuon ,n pr nt ng or reprint nq stones conceM ng NGTF written by Larry Bush Bush s the sentinels Washington correspondenl and has wntten several critical articles recent!) on NGTF s acuvit,es, 1nclud1ng the revelauon of the first McCloskey letter 1 h N T ett r, wh,ch med the ca, eat 'NOT FOR PUBLICATION. said that stor ,es by Larry Bush concerning the National Gay Task Force have at times been mac curate in their depicUon and descnption of NGTFsactivit,es, · and sometimes appear to be published as hard news and not as commentary or opinions." Sentinel publisher Charles Lee Moms. who introduced the original Toklas resolu· uon, said. "I have never before been publicly criucal of a national gay organization, but that now action ,s required all across the country. The resolut,on said that NGTF s letter smacks of censorship and blames the gay press for NGTFs own mistakes It continued that Toklas strongly disapproves of any interference with the right of a free gay press to report the r ews V leska responded t'1 • the letter to ed t rs was n t ersor hp It "'ass mply a eq t •or a he 1<.. E d tors hav.: t'1e <l" ty to creek a I the facts. She ro the an uafie of the I tte wh ch that "lGTF s a fair subJe<: t for cnti<.al ntal)' by sa~ " that th s late r < r1 has h pf.i that she and pied m nab 9 conunues. 11 will cnpple our ab lfy to fight for another few months Another part of the Toklas resolution called for ~GTF to r1erge " th the Gay Rights auonal Lobb) l.alT'bda Defense Fund and Gay R1grts Advocates to make one viable natJonal organ,zauon w'i,ch Is in touch w th thA gra,sroots elemerits of the larger gay coml'Pu~ tv which they claim to serve Executive Health Club Closes The f..xccUtillE · ., · "-ustin s two gay baths c. ~= u '-\ay 2J fhe ub has been forced to move out of the basemerit of the t('ph('n F Austin Hotel be<.ause the bu Id ng tias been so d At press t me no SU tdble new d0\\ t "' loc t 1-iad bee-i found ers s Good luc.k! ber Gay Tennis Tournament in Dallas w 5unda~ June 2. 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TEX'S COLORADO STREET BAR Approximately I 000 ga} womtr1 ~od men part1c1pated m the Peoples Antl War Mob1hzation (PAMJ march on the Pentagon. rhe May 3 march. which protested U.S. nvolvemcnt in E.I Salvador. IS the first time a highly visible conungent of gay people has part1c1pated m a maior ant, war de· monstrallon, reports Dc/inlllon News Gwendolyn We1ndhng of Dykes Against Rdc1~m Everywhere (DARE) addressed the crowd. estimated at 100,000. becoming the first openly gay person to speak at an anu-war rally. What about Alan Ginsberg' f.d1tor. We are pleased to bring you these shots from Austin photographer Alan Pogue. a frequent CONNECTIONS contributor Making CONNECTIONS With IN TOUCH Did you know Abraham Lincoln was !JdY, Or Napoleon, Or Dag Hammar· skjolc:P You would ,f you read former Texan Jim Kepner s artlcle on pages 70-73 of the June 81 IN TOUCH. Kepnersart1clealsoreports recent revelations of the scandal ofTscha• kovsky's forced suicide in 1893 over h,s gayness. 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Jim Olinger speaks on government • harassment of sexual minorities June 20. For more info, call 454- 1522 Seturday June 20 10pm, Miss Gay USA South Pageant, Austin Country Wednesday June 24 7pm, Law Students for Human Rights lecture and discussion on constitutionality of state sodomy laws. Francis Audi· torium, UT Law School ThuradayJune25 1 Opm, Char-lie guests at Austin Country Saturday June 27 1 Opm-2am, free STD screening by Gay People Health Care at Stallion Bookstore Sunday June 28 2pm, Austin Lambda sponsors a National Gay Pride Day barbecued chicken din­ner at Eastwoods Park. $2.50 do­nation requested 1 Opm, Pauletta Leigh guests at Austin Country Tuesday June 30 1 Opm, Ama-teur Night at Austin Country JULY 1981 SaturdayJuly4 12 noon, "Fam-ily" Picnic at City Park WEEKLY EVENTS Sunday 12 noon-4pm, Bloody Mary Special, New Apartment Lounge 2pm, MCCA worship service, 408 W 23rd 4_8pm, $1 beer bust.cookout and weenies. New Apartment Lounge Beer bust at The Hollywood. $1 cover 4 _8 pm, Sunday social. 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Another thriller plus Captain Marvel serial and Betty Boop cartoon Friday 7-10pm, TGIF Party, $1 beer bust and band, New Apart­ment Lounge After hours ti'I 4 :00 am, Tex's Col­orado Street Bar Crime Stoppers Offers Reward in Hollywood Shooting Crime Stoppers is offering a S l.CXJO reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons responsible for killing Carol Ann Oetting. On March 28, 1980, Oetting. 42. was on her way to The Hollywood at 304 W 4th to meet a male companion. She parked her car a black-over-gold 1968 Lincoln Conti· ne~tal. in the 400 block of Guadalupe, just north of an alley Before leaving her car, Oetting locked her purse in the trunk. Police think she then walked through the alley toward the bar. Moments later she fell on the pavement in front of the building When her friend. who was waiting there. saw her fall he rushed to her side. She said to him, 'Tve been shot" Oetting died a short time later wrthout being able to provide any information about her attacker. The medical examiners office said she died from a .22-caliber gunshot wound in the chest Investigators theorize she might have come upon a crime in progress or an argumenl tried to intervene and was shot Anyone with information about this case should call Cnme Stoppers at 472-TIPS ( 4 72-84 77). Callers do not have to give their names and calls are kept confidential Saturday 12 noon-4pm, Bloody Mary Special New Apartment Lounge After hours till 4 :00 am, The Hol­lywood 11 New Southern Gay Alliance The Southern "'-thance of Lesbian and Gay Organizations (SALGO) was formed at the S,xth Southeastern Conference for Lesb,ans and Gay Men held on April 10-12 ,n Baton Rouge, Louisiana. SALGO, which v.111 include fifteen south· ern states. was organized to " facilitate communication among organizations by maintaining a hst of all active gay and lesbian groups.·· A coordinator from each state wdl compile an updated list of gay and lesbian groups in h,s her state. A central communicator v.111 then comp,le a composite list which v.111 be distributed to organizatlOns and individuals in all member states. Cart Hays of lntegnt), Houston has been designated as the Texas coordinator. Hays may be contacted at Bo< 1604 1 , Houston TX 77022 The conference, which was held at the Louisiana State Un,vers,ty campus. was attended by approXJmately 200 men and women from Texas to Maryland. Keynote speaker Larry Bagneris, who ,s on the Board of Directors of the Housten Gay Political Caucus and the National Gay Task Force, told an enthusiastic crowd. 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