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Title The New Voice, No. 539, February 22 - 28, 1991
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date February 22, 1991-February 28, 1991
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 24648896
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Title File 002
Transcript The New Voice incorporating the montrose voice and crescent city star □ Community Publishing Company n FEBRUARY 22-28,1991 □ issue 539 AUSTIN (512) 47&4245 0 HOUSTON (7T3T529-8490 DNEW ORLEANS (504) 524-3279 D SAN ANTONIO (512) 226-1833 saaBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Lesbian Reservist torn between private and military commitments Capt. Lauren G Military Police jrza (right), in a photo taken in Honduras 1/ shift supervisor prior to her platoon goinn < 1985. is . n duty) GAYS AND THE WAR: PART 2 "Basically, I excuse the ignorance of the military in order to be able to serve my country..." Reflecting on the anti-gay policies of the U.S. Armed Forces, Capt. Lauren Garza (not her real name) wavered a little in her otherwise forcefully deliv- mpectmgthe ered, wrenchingly patriotic commentary. As a committed officer in the U.S. Army Reserves, Garza wants to be involved with the Allied war effort in the Persian Gulf, a desire she tried to explain as concisely as possible— in true military style- on Monday, as the world tried to analyze the chances of an impending, devastating ground war. Feature inside The New Voice... NewslinelHpustonl Four Texas men arrested under controversial state sodomy law By SHERI COHEN DARBONNE TNV Editor Four men arrested Tuesday, Feb. 12, in two separate Houston area incidents were charged with homosexual conduct, marking the first time in several years that arrests have been made under Section 21.06, the state sodomy statute. All four cases were filed through Harris County Justice of the Peace Steve Phelps' office, Pet. 8, Position 2 (Clear Lake City). Homosexual conduct, under Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code, is a Class C misdemeanor which carries a $200 fine. Three of the four defendants in the Feb. 12 cases paid fines and fees totaling $122.50 each. Two of the defendants, residents of Pasadena and Deer Park, pleaded guilty; the third, a Friendswood resident, entered a plea of "no contest" to the charges. Story inside The New Voice... Human Rights Campaign Fund seeks regional organizers The Human Rights Campaign Fund, a Southeast and Southwest. HRCF's Field Regional Office. urged Woolard. national lesbian/gay political organiza- Associate program offers an opportunity "MStct the national process for lesbian For more information on the program, tion, is looking for volunteer organizers to learn field organizing skills, said and gay civil rights and work with top contact Woolard at(404)373-6330orwrite in targeted congressional districts in the Cathy Woolard, director of the Southeast professionals in Washington, D.C." to PO. Box 375, Decatur, GA 30031-0375 HBSDGSDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'Sleeping with the Enemy' is a riveting, well-made thriller By STEVE WARREN TNVFUm Critic At first glance Julia Roberts is living the perfect life as the perfect wife in Sleeping with the Enemy. Her husband, Patrick Bergin, is a fabulously successful investment counselor who works out on a machine that makes him look like he's making a Sisyphusian run up the corporate ladder. Sure, he does some business when they're supposed to be vacationing at their summer home on Cape Cod, but he also finds time not only to take his wife to parties but to tell her what to wear to them. We soon realize Hubby Dearest is a control freak, and that he beats his wife brutally when she disappoints him (shades of director Joseph Ruben's earlier film, The Stepfather!), then becomes especially loving in the usual pattern of the abuser. All Roberts can do is look wistfully from their window like a bird in a gilded cage. Review inside The New Voice ... PHOTO BY MYLES ARINWITZ. ZOTH CENTURY FOX
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