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The Nuntius & Our Community, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1973 - File 006. 1973-06. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3445/show/3429.

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Title The Nuntius & Our Community, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1973
Contributor
  • Frank, Phil
Date June 1973
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 28912012
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).; Pages 8 and 13 of this newspaper issue are numbered incorrectly.
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Title File 006
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A senate committee is now formally investigating the whole sordid mess with the intention of bringing some of the erstwhile most important men in the US Government to trial on criminal charges. The long range effects of this remarkable episode inameri- can political hitory are yet to be fully appreciated and the damage done may be irreparable to American society. And the congress, the US Judiciary and municipal municipal governments are notin- nocent of corruption either: to date former Senator Daniel Brewster, D. Maryland, has been sent to prison for taking bribes; Federal Judge and Former Governor Otto Kerner of Illinois has been sentenced on a series of charges; and Hon. Hugh Addonizio, former Mayor of Neward, J.J. is serving a ten-year prison term for a million dollar extortion caper. Daily the news media presents the American public with more and similar revelations about our elected and appointed government officials. And they all have one basic thing in common: They are all publically admitted, practising, socially prominent heterosexuals. In England today another scandal involving high government ministers is being publically spread for ■the titilation of the world. Lord Lambton, until very recently the Air Force Minister, has been caught out consorting with a group of prostitutes over a long period of time. Lord Jellicoe, the government leader in the House of Lords has resigned after having been identified as another of the government leaders deeply involved with the doxies. More revelations seem imminent, and again the persons involved are all dedicated heterosexuals. Pick up any of our local Houston or Dallas newspapers and read the police report pages and you will find an incredible fact: The overwhelming majority of all the crimes reported are being committed by the same sort of person: heterosexuals. One wonders if these animals are fit to roam the streets! Obviously there is something about their nature which precludes their living - among civilized men and women without some kind of restraint. And yet they presume to dictate to the homosexual minority their morals and ethics! Traipsing through wonderland with Alice would be a more -- AGAIN! reasonable role for them to play in society at the rate they're going. Meantime, right here in Houston, Councilman Mannhas delivered the judgement that Homosexuals are- "abnormal" and. should not attempt to petition city council jT for redress of grievances, but should instead seek out "help" from the most biasedprofessionals known, psychiatrists. Mayor Welch simply walks out rather than hear the petition from these tax paying registered voters. The opinion of these elected representatives seems to be, "A Nigger by any other name ....". And the worthies sitting in the Senate of Texas and the Texas House of Representatives, iff their arcane wisdom, have seen fit to relieve the heterosexual majority of all criminal prosecution for their sexual rites (with just about any creature afoot!) while retaining criminal charges for homosexuals enjoying their natural rights and needs to- express love with another human being. You are all asses, gentlemen, if you think you have done the will of God and man by this retrograde legislative performance. Your hidden lives are showing. Your heterosexual roles are really not threatened by us and you should stop being us and you should stop being scared silly by your own neurotic rhetoric. Now obviously heterosexual behaviour is not the root of all criminality, and neither is Homosexual behaviour. Both are quite normal human sexual modes -- and not especially limited to the human animal. Neither is abnormal. Heterosexuality is not symptomatic of a driving hatres for one's own sex; and Homosexuality is not a driving hatred of the opposite sex. Homosexuality is the capability of loving one's own capability of loving one's own gender kind, just as heterosexuality is that of loving the other gender kind. But possibly this is too simple for the sexually fear- ridden to understand? It would seem so. However, it is certain that eventually the state of Texas will join with other human societies and remove the psychiatrist from the courtroom and the courtroom from citizens' bedrooms in the area of human sexuality. The tide of human affairs is running that way. But then, where the homosexual citizens and the enlightened professionals when the Senate and House were debating the revised Texas Penal Code? Voters always get the government they deserve, and their corrupt public officials usually reflect the electorate. Page 5
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