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Montrose Voice, No. 152, September 23, 1983 - File 019. 1983-09-23. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 22, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1601/show/1590.

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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
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  • 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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Transcript 18 Montrose Voice/ Sept. 23,1983 How Do You Do at Relationships? Quiz By Roz Ashley How do you feel about other people? Yourself? Your lifestyle? Your image? How do you relate to non-gays? Are you hostile? Proud? Secretive? Afraid? Can you laugh at yourself? At society's ignorance? The following scientifically-formulated quiz will answer absolutely none of those questions, but it will give you your Gay Image and Relationship Rating. You can skip any item that doesn't apply to you— or that you find boring—but you'll wind up with a lousy score if you do! Circle the answer that most truthfully completes each of the numbered paragraphs. Answers and scores follow the last question. 1. What was you biggest problem in "coming out?" (a) "They were ALL big! (b) "Holding on to my job." (c) "Telling my parents." 2. If you had to be alone on a desert island with only one person, which of the following would you choose? (a) Somebody beautiful, (b) Somebody just like me. (c) Anita Bryant. 3. What is your main goal as a gay person? (a) Acceptance by non-gays, (b) Finding real love, (c) Simple survival. 4. How do you relate to law officers? (a) Minimally, (b) Timidly, (c) Passionately. 5. What relationship currently turns you on? (a) Myself. (b)The hot number next door. (c) This month's centerfold. 6. What do you think of jealousy in relationships? (a) It's sick, (b) It's a gut instinct, (c) It's heterosexual and confining, but keep your hands off my lover, honey! 7. What are you looking for in a relationship? (a) I want the earth to move, (b) Just a quickie, (c) A fabulous townhouse with Say, Do You Access Here Often? By day, it's CompuServe, providing Fortune 500 companies with up-to-the-minute business data. But by night, it becomes what subscribers are calling "Compu- Sex," an electronic cocktail party where singles mingle their microchips. " For $5 an hour, CompuServe's 68,000 subscribers have after-hours access to 32 channels to swap adult information from the privacy of their home computer terminals. Participants choose CB style "handles," like "Cutie Pie," "Sexy Hunk" and even "Conan the Librarian." One California programmer—known as "Robot"—says he's met some "wonderfully nice people" through the network, though he admits "it can get pretty raunchy sometimes." The folks at CompuServe say they have no objections, reports the San Jose Mercury. They call it "an excellent example of personal and human networking." The Show Must Go On Did you hear the one about the town that arrested a circus? The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the folks in Bee- ville, Texas, are still buzzing about how the Hermanos Suarez Circus was hauled in because several of its drivers didn't have Texas licenses or plates. A judge ordered the circus incarcerated because its owner couldn't come up with the $4000 in fines. There wasn't any room in the jail, however, for 10 lions, three elephants, 10 dogs and 50 circus workers, so the whole show agreed to stay at the local fairgrounds. This had to be a voluntary move—as one sheriffs deputy explained, "What do you do if an elephant decides it doesn't want to stay?" designer furniture. 8. What would you like to change in your gay life? (a) Stereotypes, (b) Nothing, (c) Lovers— and as often as possible. 9. How would you feel if someone said, "A gay or lesbian relationship is a piece of cake." (a) Very negative, (b) Obviously, they've never had one. (c) Nauseous. 10. What do you wear to attract new people? (a) Shirts with alligators on them, (b) Chanel, (c) Chaps—and spurs. 11. What group could furnish the best person for a relationship? (a) The "A" crowd, (b) The muscle crowd, (c) Any crowd. 12. What certain look do you try for when you dress for cruising? (a) Preppy, (b) Sleazy, (c) A look of longing. 13. What do you do when someone asks, "Just what do you people do with each other?" (a) Throw up—preferably on them, (b) Walk away, (c) Tell them—in graphic detail. 14. What do you lack in your life? (a) Nothing—I've got it all. (b) My civil rights, (c) I'd like a raise. 15. How do you relate to the "closet?" (a) Still in. (b) Way out. (c) "Shirts on the left—pants on the right" 16. BONUS QUESTION. What irritates you most about non-gays ? (a) Their ignorance, (b) When they want to "cure" me. (c) When they just want to hug. To get your Gay Image and Relationship Rating, add up the points given here for the answers you have chosen: /. a-0, b-3, c-5; 2. a-5, b-5, c-0; 3. a-0, b-5, c-3; 4. a-5, b-0, c-3; 6. a-0, b-5, c-3; 7. a-5, b-3, c-0; 8. a-5, b-5, c-5; 9. a-5, b-5, c-5; 10. a-3, b-5, c-5; 11. a-5, b-5, c-0; 12. a-3, b-0, c-5; 13. a-0, b-5, c-3; 14. a-5, b-5, c-5; 15. a-3, b-5, c-5; 16. a-5, b-5, c-5. Score 26-41. You seem to be confused. Did that come from taking this quiz? Score 42-58. Your self-image is okay, and you do well with relationships (unless you chose Anita Bryant on Question 2). Score 59-80. You're terrific! You're proud, you've got attitude, and you relate well to yourself and things that matter. I'm surprised you bothered to add up your score. Ashley is a personal counselor. ©1983 Stonewall Features Syndicate. MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER in his first starring role There's a thin line between fantasy and reality Sometimes it is only... Co-Feature Hot Truckin*
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