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Montrose Voice, No. 152, September 23, 1983 - File 007. 1983-09-23. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 24, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1601/show/1578.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 152, September 23, 1983
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date September 23, 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 007
Transcript 6 Montrose Voice / sept. 23,1983 Southern Methodist University Torn Over Gay Rights Issue continued from page 1 unenforceability is but one of the reasons such incidents occur. "In this case the vandalism occurred in a dormitory newly renovated at a considerable cost to SMU. Perhaps if the administration were to provide some serious educational programs on homosexuality, such vandalism, displays of open hostility toward homosexual students, and open defiance of the student code would decrease." Dr. Campbell Read, faculty advisor of the GLSSO, said that early Tuesday morning (Sept 20) an envelope was pushed under the door of the same harassed student in Smith Hall, which read, "Move off the floor, faggot, or else." Read said that other harassments have occurred as well. Last spring, Robert Rios was verbally assaulted while crossing campus. The incident was taken to the student judiciary after school opened this fall. The individual charged with the assault was reprimanded and made to issue a written apology. Threats and derogatory comments about homosexuals have also appeared as graffitti on the bathroom walls in the art school. According to The Daily Campus article, Rios was uncertain as to whether or not the group would be recognized. Rios said, "I can't predict human nature. All I can do is try. Whether or not we are accepted, we exist and continue to exist." Rios said that they have not yet openly sought the endorsement of any individuals or groups. However, Rios believed that the GLSSO would once again receive very strong support from students in the Perkins School of Theology. Rios also said that the Organization Committee of the Student Senate will have New York Removes Haitians from AIDS High Risk List By Ernie Potvin Via Gay Press Association Wire Service New York City Health Commissioner Dr. David Sencerhas removed Haitians as an AIDS risk factor group in that city, claiming the majority of Haitians with AIDS fall into two other risk categories, that of homosexuals or intravenous drug users. He was also responding to many complaints from New York's Haitian community that undue discrimination was being directed at them due to the AIDS crisis. Numerous reports of job loss and housing discrimination have been cited. For many months, Haitian AIDS patients denied any homosexual or IV drug use connection, while the rest of the Haitian community stressed a national taboo against the gay lifestyle. Last month reports surfaced showing that was not the case. Television crews and newspaper reporters visited Haiti and reported back incidences where Haitian medical clinics were using the same needles for various patients, and that male prostitution was thriving between locals and tourists. Many of the men involved with male prostitution were bisexual and are believed to have transmitted the disease to Haitian women. At a news conference, a group of Haitian physicians contended that most Haitian AIDS patients in the United States had lied when asked about drug or gay connections. They believe most of them are illegal aliens and therefore fear deportation. to review the GLSSO this year. Last year the Organization Committee unanimously accepted the organization and recommended to the full Student Senate that the GLSSO be recognized. Rios said, "I can't see how they (the Organization Committee) can come out with anything other than a unanimous decision to accept us." As last year, the editorial staff of The Daily Campus is in favor of recognition of the GLSSO. Dr. Read said that he believes the chances of senate recognition are "marginally better" than last year. Read said*, "There's a lot of hostility on campus, but after last spring, we're ready for anything." Can Crusher Corporation We Pay Cash for Your Trash*! "Trash by Can Crusher's definition is aluminum cans only. Can Crusher Corporation is a full-service recycling company paying market prices for aluminum cans. Our hours are 8am to 7pm Monday thru Friday and 9am to 2pm on Saturday Help America Recycle and Make Money Too! The Can Crusher Corp. also offers a full- service pickup recycling program for bars restaurants & industry. Call 864-2223 for details. Washington 2011 Silver St. ■^V >-*f*V,-*P,V >"»pV a^^\ ^P»V >< ROPICAMi presents SERVING Dinner 6:30 to 10:30 Tues.-Sat. Lunch 1130 to 2:30 Tues.-Fri. Brunch 11:30 to 3:00 Sunday 2114 Peckham (713) 526-0964 RUTH HASTINGS with Craig Jessup & Barry Lloyd Wednesday-Saturday, 10pm & midnight ($3 entertainment charge) "BOY'S NIGHT OUT" with Lee LaForge, Ernie Ritchie, Steve Watson SUNDAY and MONDAY at 9 and 11 £7£ -g~5~; Tuesday Night Showcase 9-11 Call Sam at 526-0964 to reserve your spot O C QOOOOOOOO Greg Davis Entertains for Cocktails from 6 to 8:30, Mon.-Fri. Tropicana Club wishes an "almost always annual" Sunday, Sept. 25, Happy Birthday and Continued Success to Debra Danburg
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