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Houston Voice, No. 1171, April 4, 2003 - File 015. 2003-04-04. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 24, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/17058/show/17043.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 1171, April 4, 2003
Contributor
  • Weaver, Penny
Publisher Window Media
Date April 4, 2003
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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 015
Transcript 14 APRIL 4, 2003 www.houston voice.com HOUSTON VOICE on the record TODY WATLEY Jodv Watley - Midnight Lounae From her days in Shalamar to her reign as a chart-topping R&B diva, Jody Watley Is an artist who continues to amaze with her artistic growth. Midnight Lounge is a cutting edge "chill out" record which will please her loyal and enthusiastic fans. I GET YOUR NEW MUSIC FIRST AT CACTUS MUSIC & VIDEO | Stop in on any Monday Night & stick around I because we stay open until 12:30am Tuesday. xThe Best Selection of Music in Houston xThousands of Movie Rentals as low as 50 cents a day 2930 S.Shepherd • 7I3-526-9272 x Best Music Store - Hall of Fame, Best of Houston x 9 time winner of Best Record Store in Houston Press Music Awards, including 2002. Proud member of CIWSMUSIC.COM ' "After badgering businesses into providing benefits to homosexual and lesbian partners of employees, the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force has cut domestic partner benefits to its own employees.... The homosexual advocacy group says providing such benefits is 'prohibitively expensive,' even as it continues to dismiss similar complaints from private business as unfounded. It seems that sauce for the goose isn't necessarily sauce for the gander." Ken Connor, president of Family Research Council, reacting to an interview with Lorri Jean, the NGLTF executive director, in the March 7 issue of the Washington Blade (FRC e-mail update, March 12) "If anything, we're helping to improve this part of the neighborhood," John Logston, general manager of Flex, a Columbus, Ohio, bathhouse, which has spent some $250,000 on renovations to an abandoned movie house but faces opposition from neighborhood activists who argue "that type of environment isn't good for the community" (Columbus Times-Dispatch, March 4) "My mother is totally cool about my being gay; she's very supportive and very OK about it. My girlfriend and I are even allowed to sleep in the same bed when we are at the house, which is weird. Because when my mother and stepfather visit us, we don't let them sleep together — because it's creepy and weird. We have very impressionable animals." Comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer, in the first national broadcast TV appearance of a comedian who introduced herself as an out lesbian (CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman, "March 18) "We are writing history, though we still don't know whether anyone will read it. Sometimes we don't know how far to go, or whether we aren't going far enough." Nelson Joel ValdeZf a volunteer at an AIDS prevention center in Havana, Cuba, who helped develop a television ad featuring two men and a transvestite exchanging condoms (South Florida Sun-Sentinel, March 16) "It's not me being a pain-in-the-ass activist, as seen by the university. This is our life. This is our home, and this is a big deal." Carolyn O'Laughlin, a residence hall director who resigned her position after being threatened with disciplinary action unless her partner moved out of O'Laughlin's quarters in an on-campus, single-sex dormitory (The State, East Lansing, Mich., March 18) "America's homosexuals might better spend their time telling Leann Rimes that she's just too young to settle for dance-music diva-dom, or getting Richard Gere to do more musicals. Whom I'd really like to hear from are the country's heterosexuals: Are they all this stupid?" Film critic Wesley Morris, arguing that the recent Cuba Gooding Jr.-Horatio Sanz comedy "Boat Trip" contains outrageous stereotypes of everyone, not just gays (Boston Globe, March 21) ' "It's an issue that's even foreign to gay people. Transgenders are not always gay" Michael Slaymaker, a gay activist in Orlando, Fla., on why an anti-discrimination ordinance passed last November did not include "gender identity " as a protected category (Orlando Sentinel, March 24) "Of course, everyone knows by now. We're at war — that's my boyfriend and me, of course, not Iraq." British gay comedian (and Sean Hayes look- a-like) Simon Happily, who recently split with his partner of seven years, doing emcee duties during Comedy Camp night at the London's Bar Code (March 25)
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