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Austindyke, Vol. 1, No. 1, July 23, 1979 - File 005. 1979-07-23. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 27, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/687/show/683.

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Title Austindyke, Vol. 1, No. 1, July 23, 1979
Alternate Title Austindyke, Vol. I, No. 1, July 23, 1979
Date July 23, 1979
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 27665192
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 005
Transcript The book is essentially a (successful) attempt to deal with the fact that women (my mother, your mother) can be much more unpleasant than the men who are in charge and love their daughters—and to still put the blame where it belongs, on the men. It has a startling and satisfying denouement which I won't reveal. The heterosexual sex scenes may be offensive to some. Still, I highly recommend it. - Anne Peticolas HOW-TO KEEP MEN FROM SITTING NEXT TO YOU ON THE BUS! I prefer to sit alone on the bus; but, if the bus is crowded, I had far rather a woman than a man were next to me. I decided to see if there was some way I could control this. The first thing I tried was to look friendly when a woman went by and to avert my eyes when a man passed. This had the exact opposite effect from what I wanted. Almost always it was a man who sat by me! Then I figured that perhaps men preferred to sit by women because of the way I noticed men near me were sitting, knees spread widely apart, taking up lots of room. I tried sitting like that but it didn't seem to help. Finally, I realized that looking at people made them not want to sit by you. Now I look, in an attentive but neutral way, at the men who get on the bus. When a woman approaches, I look out the window, sometimes shifting my body slightly to make room for her. This works almost all the time! - Anne Peticolas SPREAD WOPJ) ABOUT AUSTIKD'Ha. . At the last minuta "(night before mailing) .yjSKHDYICE's arrangcmen<: with the OCR TIME HAS COKE coIJ.acti»« fell (JtaVough* What hapfaaned. It'll nm a Miii *ns.uvnt i' our next issue. This H-sans that: (1) Me Have no aes-cas to any mailing list. We era mailing this issue only to a short list of friends, friends of friends, acquainttraces, etc., and distributing the other copies as best we can. (2) We are definitely in the hole. Expanses for tills Issue so far are $16 for P.O. box plus $19 for printing (actual cose). This is $35 so far, ai:d ve will also be spending a presently unkr.owE amount on postage. Income for this Issue eo far is $5 we have received for a subscription. This does not mean that AOSTHTOnuS Hill fold. We promise to publish ABSTimKKE scnthly till the and of the year, and wa plan to continue publishing aft«\r that. Vfe iced i«-jb8criptiou9 and names for nur mailing list, Also, pleeec fcaip us out by Ing /USTIHDYaC. to your friends. Anne Peticolas, Ann Azolakov, Barbara Hopson and Nancy Elaine worked on this issue. SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Please enter my subscription to AUSTINDYKE: 6 months C$2.50) 1 year ($5.00) I cannot send you money now, but please put me on the mailing list Name Address City State Zip
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