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Montrose Voice, No. 164, December 16, 1983 - File 008. 1983-12-16. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 31, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/143/show/125.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 164, December 16, 1983
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Hyde, Robert
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date December 16, 1983
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 008
Transcript There Are Political Alternatives Are you bored with Reagan, Mondale, Glenn and the rest? Try voting for the American Lizard Party, suggests the Boston Globe. It's just one of the dozens of off-the-wall organizations that have filed for the New Hampshire primary ballot. Another group is pushing hard for the Archangel Gabriel, and a third thinks the job's too tough for any one man—or even two. Its name: "The Committee for Three Presidents." Why do they do it when their chances of winning are zero? Says New Hampshire's secretary of state, "probaby to tell their grandchildren." Born-Again Christians Aren't Sexually Adventurous Born-again Christians do it, they just don't do it quite as often, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. That's the conclusion of two Denver researchers who asked 365 unmarried churchgoers about their sex lives. One in four say they've had a premarital fling, and one in 10 say they do it more than once a week. The biggest surprise: older fundamentalists have even more liberal sexual attitudes than younger ones. But the researchers say the born-again still aren't as adventurous as the rest of us. Less than half have ever tried oral sex, and only 8 percent admit to having had a homosexual experience. And No Food Fights, Either Having a little fun on the job may soon cotrt you your job. Larry Stessin, management professor emeritus of Hofstra University, Bays more and more bosses are warning that employees who engage in "horseplay" will be fired on the spot, says Boardroom Reports. Stessin claims stunts such as snapping paper clips and practicing karate in the office caused 25,000 injuries last year. But instead of canning the office clowns, Stessin says, bosses should simply give them more work to do. Most fooling around, he notes, happens when workers have too much time on their hands. Republicans Need to Change Image Senator Paul Laxalt has warned his fellow Republicans they'd better shake their country club image, but he's having some problems getting his point across, reports the Washington Post. Writing in a magazine called Republicans Abroad, Lajtalt said, "We've got this unfortunate image that most Republicans ride around in Mercedes-Benzes and eat quiche." Unfortunately, of the 24 photographs in the magazine, 11 were of Republicans wearing tuxedos. Debbie Reynolds Competing with Fonda Move over, Jane Fonda. The newest Aerobic Guru is Debbie Reynolds, reports the Pacific News Service. Reynolds' new exercise record, "Do It Debbie's Way," is aimed at women who are—as Reynolds put it—"39 and holding." Even the music is tuned to an older crowd. Instead of the standard disco beat found on most aerobic albums, Debbie stretches and bends to the big band sound. Dec. 16,1983 / Montrose voice 7 Coming Tuesday, Dec. 20 The Montrose Voice 3rd Annual Christmas Patty and Public Spectacle * t FREE BEER BUST for the Readers of the Montrose Voice A Benefit for the Media Fund for Human Rights (We II be asking for $ *2 Donation at the Door) Dancing with DJ Ram Roc ha Plus: Houston Premiere Video Shoring of *s,. . * Can Press Association Film Ho» the Straight Media Treats the Gay Community' The Upirer Deck at the Officer's Club 2700 Albany i0Ur Invitation The Montrose Voice cordially invites you to our 3rd Annual Christmas Party and Public Spectacle Tuesday, December 20,1983 8:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. "The Upper Deck" 2700Albany *2 at the doer ftr the Media hat tor Human Rights Fraa Pratt, Cash Bar
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