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Montrose Voice, No. 460, August 18, 1989 - File 017. 1989-08-18. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 4, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/163/show/160.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 460, August 18, 1989
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date August 18, 1989
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 017
Transcript DIAL-AH- Jim ALE BOX HE VERY LATEST IN ADVANCED . TECHNOLOGY AVE AND PICK MP MESSAGES IN COMPLETE PRIVACY. TRY IT! INSTANT CONNECTION NO CREDIT CARDS .17. A MIN. 81.511 1ST. ■m a;* ma Fashion By Madge Amanda B. Recondwith Dear lans, we were sitting around the railing of the grand staircase of the Rite Carelton the other day, when our Dear Friend Madge suddenly flicked an incredibly long ash off her ibis horn cigarette holder onto a passing crystal, ashtray and let out a loud sigh. At first, the surrounding crowd looked about, wondering who had honked for a tour bus, but Madge was not concerned. She was busy wondering about the questions of real life (which is no meanfeat when you're standing at the Ritz in a bumble bee yellow and black striped Bill Blass pouf dress with diagonal cut breast plates and gypsy frill tassel boots). Amanda',' she said in her deep falsetto (sometimes mistaken for a cross between Lauren Bacall and Leonard Nimoy), "I was watching the young men the other day, and was wondering why they look so different than the men of our generation:' "How interesting',' we feigned. Our panties were bunching, and it's too complicated to a4just oneself in front of the help while wearing black tulle and plastic bubble skirt with amber chastity belt clips. "I've decided I know what the difference is',' she continued, staring at some extremely comely young things, lilting up and down the stairs before us with their hair done in blonde and black anti- gravity waves that swooped and swirled almost yards above their foreheads. "I think they're more artificial than our men. Look at their hairdo's, and their glamorous clothing. I remember when jeans and a T-shirt were all you needed to be handsome, but now..!' she rolled her eyes until she nearly fell over dizzy- "But I've got it all figured out" she continued again, shaking her head once she had recovered. "What could it be?" we asked, feeling rather tiffed at being labelled so much older than the children below who were really no longer children. "When we were their age" Madge said, pointing a neon orange plastic opera glove sheathed finger at the group in the lobby, "sex was easy. I CHUTES 1732 WESTHEIMER 523-2213 Male Strip Finals Aug 18th $300 Cash & Prizes MC Cassandra Lancia Texas Riders Slave Auction Saturday August 19 9pm mean, you could Just walk into a bar and walk out again with someone. You could do it right there if you really wanted to, and nobody even cared! So, we dressed simply. A pair of 501's can come off in a flash. A T- shirt is nothing to rip off. And nobody wanted sticky moussy hair when fingers would run through them at any time! "Look at them now",' she said, waving lazily and blowing smoke into the air. "You'd need a college degree to figure out the snaps, buttons and Velcro on those billowy trousers, and they don't show anything! And can you imagine running your fingers through that hair? Girl, you'd be arthritic in a minute unknotting your nails from that Krazy Glue Do. Times have changed, Dear. Sex is becoming evil, and access is limited. One of these days, well be wearing corsets and rubber girdles again, mark my words. They'll make it too much work to even bother!" With that, Madge wandered off to the Grill Room, and we were pleased to see Sebastian get out of the Rolls and come into the lobby for us. He was wearing 501's and a T-shirt, and still looked quite accessible.
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