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Houston Voice, No. 1053, December 29, 2000 - File 013. 2000-12-29. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 24, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/7361/show/7344.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 1053, December 29, 2000
Contributor
  • Mohon, Wendy K.
Publisher Window Media
Date December 29, 2000
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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Transcript 12 DECEMBER 29, 2000 • HOUSTON VOICE Han-Net users aim to politically acti\ate community in 2001 >■ Continued from Page 3 "Roust the politically apathetic into action" was the third-runner-up, with 9 votes, followed by "Begin a community dialogue about filling the needs of elder GLBTs," with 6 votes. Thirteen choices, nominated by Han-Net members in November and December, were presented to the membership last week. Each voter was asked to chose the three highest priorities for the upcoming year. Unlike ordinary elections, "something other than the above" was offered as a choice, but did not get any votes. Other topics receiving votes were "Create and publicize a community volunteer clearinghouse," "Support HIV education and prevention," and "Create an Internet presence (Web site) for the Houston Gay & Lesbian Political Caucus" each with 4 votes. After establishing a volunteer clearinghouse was suggested in November, Sally Huffer established one in the Han-Net database at http://www.egroups.com/data- base/han-net. Community projects that need volunteers are listed there. Other issues that received some votes were "Assist the Emergency Aid Coalition in their food/clothing/sundries pantry efforts," "Establish a community shelter, with a counselor, job coach, and outreach program (such as Project TAIL for transgenders)" and "Bring Brandon Wolf established Han-Net, an e-group for political activists in Houston's GLBT community, two years ago. The unmoderated forum now has nearly 250 members. RMCC and Bering Memorial UMC into the GLBT Rights dialogue within the religious community." Han-Net was established two years ago by Brandon Wolf for political activists. Members of at least three political parties are active in the group, and often engage in lively discussion about current events. The list is not moderated and has nearly 250 members. fcl Han-Net ^r^fj www.egroups.com/group/han-net First-century gays often punished >■ Continued from Page 3 in Jerusalem trying to create an outpost in the Middle East, which was Muslim. The legislation, dearly referring to male homosexuality, called for burning at the stake for the sin of sodomy. • From 1250-1300, same-sex sexual Renaissance genius Michelangelo wrote love sonnets and created sculptures to honor Roman nobleman Tommaso de' Cavalieri (above). activity went from being legal in almost all of Europe to being punishable by death under most legal codes. 1300-1400 • Lesbian sexuality is included in a list of nine classifications of lustful sins formulated by Saint Antonius (1363-1451), who differentiated lust between women from "lusts against nature," which involved acts between men and women "outside of the natural place where children are made." • Edward II, ruler of England from 1307- 1327, was the father of four children with Isabella of Spain. His true love, however, was Piers Gaveston, who was exiled by Parliament in an attempt to end the relationship and was later murdered by barons. 1400-1500 • In China, after 1429 when the Xuande emperor called for an end to sexual activities with female courtesans, male government officials began turning to boys and young men, according to Ming writer Shen Defu. • In the Middle East, surgical removal of the clitoris was used as punishment for women having sexual relations with other women. *■ Continued on Page 13 Houston/Denver/Los Angeles/Philadelphia JQ Jv 1N JfiL JL a W JE# CI Alternatives Tips on Choosing Gay Treatment Ma ▼ Are you In a safe & stain Gay Owned and Operated facility f ▼ Will you be treated in a Dedicated Cay Unit? Will you be cared for by experienced Gay Professionals and Gay Support Staff? Is your Treatment Center dedicated to the Gay Community and supportive of oursaustit Beware Of: ® Treatment centers and programs that exploit the gay community. from Alcohol, Drugs, Depression and Anxiety Alternatives; America's Leader in Gay and Lesbian Treatment Alternatives is the nation's only GAY OWNED AND OPERATED alcohol, drug and mental health program whose leadership has provided over 25 years of pride and service to the Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgender Community. Alternatives specializes In treating HIV/AIDS-related grief and loss. Our HIV ■- specialists are available to address all medical concerns. Medicare/Medlcaid & most Insurance accepted. S JCAHO Accredited. £ Call Today 1-800-DIAL-GAY • M 342*5429 • www.alternativesinc.com
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