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Title The New Voice, No. 538, February 15 - 21, 1991
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
  • Anderson, Diana
  • Reedy, Tina
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date February 15, 1991-February 21, 1991
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  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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Transcript THE NEWVOICE INCORPORATING THE MONTROSE VOICE ANO CRESCENT CITY !)TAR a Community Publishing Company a FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 a 3SUE 538 ·AUSTIN (512) 820-718i Cl HOUSTON (713) 529-8490 0 N-~ ORLEANS (504) 524-3279 Cl SAN ANTONIO (5Y2°J 226-1833 Newsline: ~t!JmDC!il 1111111111111111 Gay lobbyist in runoff for state representative position By SHf.RI <;OHL DARBONNE TNVHouatcn Glen Maxcy, executive ~rector of thE Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby of Texas was the "clear front runner' ma field ol 13 candidates ma special election Satur­day, Feb. 9, for state representative Dist. 51 The House scat was vacated by Rep Lena Guerrl'l'O CD-Austin), who was ap­pointed to the Texas Railroad C'omm18. ston by Gov. Ann Richards. According to Maxey's campaign. he led the next closest contend -s-who tied by about 400 votes A runoff elec­hon is expected in early March, probablv March 2. If Maxcy wms tho runoff, he will be­come Texas' first openly gay legislator. Maxey recCJved 1650 votes, or 25.6 per· cent of the vote in the liberal Travis County district. In a rare election tie, Ma· ria Luisa "Lulu" Flores and David Rodri­guez both received 1170 votes, about 18 percent A recount lB bcmg conductc-d, but 1f that fmls to break thct" the Gov. will de­cide by flipping a com which candidate will face Maxey m the runoff, as pro' ided m the state election code. 'We're teel•-ig r all:r good we re run nmg really str all across the distnct, Maxey said the dection "We came m first .. (I w ) the clear front runnei' Maxey •ald thut whalt h 111 lead wne no t as g od ue he had expected, "w" hod u , Glen Maxey. openly gay LGRL execut1w director, ism Austin runoff after leading 13 candidate• rn election for Dist. 51 Beat etrong showing in all of the progressive (precinct) boxes" He added that Flores got more of the vote than had been expectal, parucular­ly among women. Becau"" of this devel opment, Maxey said, ht• will place t•xtra emphaslB during the runoff campaign on outreach to the women's community. "J can c rtamly understand why a lot of women would vote for aw c-mnn we will do a better iob of definmg (for women) my record C'in women's issues:' he said. Maxcy was er<'o1'1icd m thl' election by most area women ·a g rc upe.1nclud1ng the Austm Women's Political l'aucue, the !\ ational Organization for W men, and the Travis County DemocratK Women. He received mne erdorscments from pro­gressh e and DcmucratiC" organizations. Although both his potential opponents are Hispanic and the aeat w ae previously held by a Hiepamc w man Maxey ea1c1 he dido 't feel that race would be a key fac tor m the runoff election "The d1 tnct 1e about J8 percent Hlli· paruc, <and) the registered voters are about29pcrccntH1spamc HutlheAng voters arc very progressive, as are all the voters in thitt district" tending to vote along iseue lines, he said While a candidate who reportedly had gay-bsited him during the campaign did not make it into the runoff, Maxe) said the campaigning got "dirty" in the final hours before the election. He was con· fronted by 8 handfu) nf rlPmnru.:t-rotn.-Q chanting anti-gay epithets Saturday outside of the Tra,is County C'-0urt­house, who he believes were supporters of other candidates, he said "EleC"hOI' nght got pretty ug ly .. there's n tot of bt>hmd the scenes stuff gomg on out here, ewd Maxcy. "Mark Weaver went on the Accet!ll Cable (Mon day night), tel, ng people how 'Glen Maxey must be stopped: Weaver, of the Amencan Fllllllly Asll<. ciation, 1s a well known Austm an.ti gay organizer. Maxey said the fi.r1it u1n 't ovr.r. 'You never know what cnn hnpJ.X"n,'' he said. noting he expects a tough runoff cam· prugn against either cam! tc, but pal' ticularly if he runs egwnst ~lores '\\ e arc certainly reaching out to people across the state . the campll! •n needs both money and volunteers;· he 1d Maxey took a leaveofabsenccfromhis LG RL position to conduct his campaign, and 1f elected, he will ha,·e to rce1gn as a lobbYIBI for the group Howcvei; he has swd that he would hkc w mamtam a ro­latwnshtp with the organ1zatlon, as a consultant or m another capacity, if it 1s poss1blt•. "I want to be completely above board, of course, regarding conflicts of intercet . .I'm really not sure what lhe le­gal relationship (wtth LGRL> could be We'll cross that bridge after the election;• he said. Guerrero, recently appomtcd by Gov. Ann Richards to the state railroad com mission, is the first H1epanic and first woman to serve on that board. A long time supporter oflesbian and gay rights. she announced in January that she would resign Crom her seat irl Dietrict 51. Shortly after the announcement, two openly gay people expressed an interest m the sent. Bettye Nayloi; cx('('Ut1ve di rector of the Bur Owners Assooauon of Texas, later decided not to run. The dis­tnct takes in parts of south and central Travt• C'ou ·ty. (P s n~ interested m ass18tmg w1tl1 G. n Maxey's CBPp:n n ma} call the crunptugn office at I >12) 472 ,27. ) ere ew • ••• ns1 e • •• Newsline: [;] mt!Jmam!il 11111111111111 Hearing on appeal of discrimination case called 'encouraging' By SHERI COHEN DARBO!l.'NE TNV HoU11ton A federal nppeuls court heard oral argu­ments Thursday, Feb. 7, from attorneys for Jack Mc·Gann a Houston man with AIDS, end his former employer. Thomas Stoddard, exccutivodircctor of the Lamb­do Legal Defense and Education Fund, a national legal group working for gay and lesbian civil rights, said Friday the pan­el's approach to the case "may be encour agmg" Stoddard, m Houston epecifically to work on McGann's case, said the "very conscrvat1vo" panel seemed equally ad­vcrsanal to both sides, which he said meant the appeal had "about a fifty fif. ty' chance of succeedmg The panel, he noted, was composed of conscrvat1w iudgcs who seemed to have on mtercet m the case. The fact that their rcnctwn to the employer's side of the ar· gument was met with equal scrutiny was a pos1tivtt e1gn under the circumstances, he smd. McGann, who lost hie health m•ur­ancc coverage in 1988 when hlB former employer H& II Music Company, swiiched ;o a self-insured plan, is repre­sented by LLIJEF attorney Joseph J. Gnrcia, Stoddard and Houston attorneys Donald Skipw1th nnd Helen Flrattm. Gnraa, of the New York based national firm told the panel that H&H's revIBton was discriminatory because• H&H knew that McGann had AIDS and how the de-c1s10n, whkh chang<•d thecnp onAIDS­relatcd cl rums from $1 0 nullion to $5,000, would affect M<·Gann s coverage. At the hearing, attorneys for H&H claimed the changt• was nec·essary to preserve a plan that covers more than 300 employees of the Dal111e-baePd mu· sic company. Stoddard said that at the time H&H changed the policy, McGann ~ad al· ready submitted claims exceeding the $5,000 cap. "E'!"enhally, he was hung out to dry" he SOid, McGann 18 petitioning the Fifth Cir cu1t Court of Appeals to reverse an iru ual trial judge'• decision in ll&H's fa­voi: Stoddard who eaid ILDEF got m· valved 1n the' Houston case bccnuec of its importance said the facts m the case weri• perfect to prove discrimination and that if ne<.·eesary, it would be brought all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. " It wae partly the circumstances and Partly tht• importanceofthecase(in rein· hon) to catn•troph1c illness and health insurance,' he said He als,o. noted that McGnnn, unlike some PY. As, 1s strong enough and com· milted enough to continue his court bat­tle, even though he 1e aleo battling the disease McGann's case 1s n federal matter be­cause state insurance regulations ex empt self·tllliured plans. Stoddard said the case hinges on a "special section" of Jack McGann is •etkrng rever1al of a frder· al trial Judge's tkcwon in favor of his for· mPrempliJyer the federal Employee retirement Income Security Act the federal law that gov­erns employee benefit•. "Thero is a s~.cial section of ERISA that says an ernployerc.an'tdiscriminate an employre (in providing insurance). This 1s the perfect case (for LL.DE~"). be­cauee I have never seen nit oftl-e facts of a ~~ so appropriate from our pmnt of VJeW, he explained. "We believe that if nothmg elee 18 cov ered lunder ERISA), the d1ecrimmat1on p~.i IB, because H&H deliberately e1n g ::tl out an employee;• he said ''They knew he had AIDS, and the change did n • affect any other employee:· Tom Stoddard, ..-xecutwe .Urector of Lamt>­da IA-gal Defense and EducatJon fund, came to Houston for apJWal hrormg cm AIDS discrimmatwn cue The practice by employers of changmg to a self-insured policy to avmd expenses related to cla1D1s for AIDS and other ca~ astrophic illnesses lB "qwte comm non the national level;· ewd Stoddard Be­cause of the cases 1mphcat1oru; for aJ catastropluc i!..ness cc. verage, the Amen can Assoaallon of Retired Persons (AARP) had filed a friend of the court bnef on behalf of McGann, he pointed out. Stoddard 88ld n deCtston by the panel 1s ecxpected m the next few "eeks. 2 lNV!THE N[W \IOtCE I FEBRl,IARY 15-21. 1991 LOBO Presents: The World of Photography Mapplethorpe: Certain People, a Book of Portraits, $39.95 Mapplethorpe: Black Book, $39.95 Mapplethorpe: Lady Lisa Lyon, $19.95 Herb Ritss: Men; Women (boxed set) $49.95 Bruce Weber: Bear Pond $54.95 Roddy McDowall: Double Exposure Take Two $49.95 These special prices good only through February 1991. Also Herb Ritts T-shirts, posters and greeting cards Check out LOBO's expanded selection of new and out-of-print books ~~ ~en ~ 9 r-:::\-SHEEA INSANITY A L...:.J OAOUIAI FACTORY WESTHEIMER 1424-C Westhelmer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Soles• Rentals • SWlmwear • T-Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities Newsline: ~m1 ~aamm111m 1111111111111111 ' FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 / TNV/THE NEW VOICE - Is there life after? (Part Two: the parades) YOURS TRULY IN A SWAMP By LEONARD EARL JOHNSON TNV New OrU>ans Is there life after Mardi Gras? After the fi. nal big weekend. After Lundi Gras (Mon­day) and the big IT: fat too, too Tuesday? First parade on Mardi Gras, believe it or not, was at8:30 a.m. Zulu, the odd look· ing (I know, you are thinking, ''.Aren't they all odd-looking?" Well, yes, but not this odd looking) black krewe's white faced parade. Zulu began in 1916, as a satirical reac­tion of the Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club (their name yet today) to the odd looking black-faced minstrel shenani­gans of the old line white krewes. Zulu doesn't have a king. Zulu has a "Bigshot;• complete with an oversized ci­gar, a spear and a grass skirt. they also have celebrity Grand Mars hals who ride atop a floatofhono~ This year 's was B.B. King. Zulu throws are some of the most high­ly prized, and not only because you have to get up early to get them. Their black beads with African motif medallion are beautiful and unique amid the bright col· ored throws of Mardi Gras. The most prized of all Zulu throws, the hand painted coconuts, are legally out· lawed (more or le.is) owing to the number elf celebrants honked on the head trying to get one in the past. Insurance compa­niee said no coconut throwing under threat of policy cancellation. That stopped that. Insurance companies at>d real estate developers are the ones who really run the world, not oil executives and generals. Now coconuts are gently handed from the floats to the connected and the lucky. Zulu travels an unannounced route that, none the less, pB11ses thousands along the way and wind• up behind the grand old procession of Rex. I often wonder what went through His Majesty's Nobel Noggin back when the 20th Century was young and Zulu first goosed Rex in the after deck. Back in that time when blacks were seen by most whites as lower than a work mule and the Rex Krewe was believed to rule The City. When these gyrating descendants of ~m1 ~~a~m!mm ~ma~~ ~~a~~ 1111111111111111 slaves, in their white faces, grass skirts and spears rattled up the rear of Mighty Rex; what did he think and did he desire their coconuts? The last of the 60·plus parades, Comus, rolls after dark, Mardi Gras. Flambeau (torch) lighted. The last of the Carnival parades but the first of the old line; Comus was the very first Carnival Krewe. Jefferson Davis' daughter was the first Queen of Com us. This year's Comus Queen met Rex at the dullest party money could buy. And we all lived happily ever aftei; clutching our bobbles and beods, screaming, "Gi'mme beet; and get those damn beads out' a my face!" Remembci; this had been going on since Jan. 6 for some of us. Somewhere between Lundi Gras (Mon­day) and Mardi Gras (Tllesday), almost everybody awakened and squeezed into the French Quarter. Most, to watch the Bourbon Street Co•tume Contest, which is held on Burgundy Street-to keep the Carnival illogical-in front of the Raw· hide, one of the gay bars belonging to Wood Enterprise. Once this contest was held in front of the Cafe Lafitte in Exile, the oldest gay bar in America, which is on Bourbon Street and tradition is more important than logic in New Orleans. From the bars with balconies, from apartment windows, amongst celebrants on the level playing field of the street, people tossed "chicken feed throws" in re­turn for the public peek-a-boo of their dreams (an sometime• even an enticed shinny up the post for a wruting fantasy· come-true oi; at least, a good squeeze. Down here, Mistei; throw me some­thing! Maybe a cabbage, ya!" ·Wrong holiday, ya dummy!" •·oK, throw me them pair'alongwhitepearli;:'"Show me your Jove muscle, first.:' "What the hell is this? A plast1c dog turd! Come on, Mister, get less real" At midnight the police nnd the street cleaners formed a phalnnx at Canal and Bourbon and swept the slue-Rue, chnsmg the sinners into lent. Well, maybe a dark hotel bar. Come Ash Wednesday, some went to Mai;s. Some did not. all had ashen faces. And life goes on. Slowly at first. Parade hosted DJ's; Round-Up holding bash The Bourbon Publ Parade Disco hosted two of the country'• top ()J'o for Mardi Gras. Tom J ohnson, a DJ at the Probe, Loe Ange­les' finest dance club, hss played the Man· hottan Palladium, Fire Island's Pavilions, and the Trocadero m San ~'rancisco. AMERICAN AQUATIC GARDENS NEW ORLEANS' FIRST COMPLETE AQUATIC GARDENS & NURSERY Waterlilies - Bog Plants - Aquatic Plants Spinning with John•on was New Orle­ans born Max Rodrigues. Rodrigues began his cureer at the Parade, Cafe Lafitte's and Hawh1de heforp moving to New York City. Hodr1gut•R now spin" a t tho mutcnifkcnl Pumps - Filters - Fountains - Pool Liners - Statuary Idea Gardens with Pond and Fountain Displays Patio Plants - Imported Pottery - Unique Terra C dance dub Private Eyes m Manhattan. J ohnson and Rodrigues ioined local DJ's Brian Burke, Wayne Mancuso, Phillip l•~n v&tloru. Mnry P n ppat1 ond J effr<"Y Talbot for a week of non-stop hits, while Hob Guenther and llarren Thomas led the Pa· rade's newest hot hght show, featuring live erotic dancers. -Pretty Boy Visits Parade Gay libs hottest boy-toy, Paul Lekakis, headlined the Mardi Gras weekend at the Parade Disco. A "real" New York City nallve, Lekakis is the voice (and the body) behind the now number 5 dance single "My House" and is number one on the dance video charts. Referred to as " the prettiest boy in dance music;• Lekakis is best known for his co8- mic hit "Boom Boom (Ll't's Go Back to My Room).'' Ju•t returning from an Asian tou~ ~m1 t!J~a~m~~ tilma1ramma 1111111111111111 ~AIRLINE BG>QKS_.,___, Largest Selection of XXX Adult Erotica Books • MagazmC's She-Male • Bondage V1dP.OS • Toys 468-2931 Gay • Hetero Lotions • Potions Couples • Singles 24 PEEP SHOWS - OVER 1.000 K-1-N-K-Y THINGS Fontaslic Selection of Videos for Rent We Never Close! Corne On bt ... And Bring A Friend! 1824 AIRLINE ffiGHWAY • K'ENNEI\, LOUISIANA 70062 941 EIYSlan f lelds New Orleans Open 24 Hours Rich Sacher and Bill Dailey ----.: -· \ ----+_.-($=~. ,L·,'--"' - ".· -;>-'!~ OPEN 10-5 EVERYDAY EXCEPT MONDAY he was at th• ParadP last Monday and has left New Orleans for" conc(•rt date with the unvenerable Grace Jones in Chicago and then he'• off for a Eum1..-an tour. ' Bill D. and Bobby's eight-year anniversary party, aloni.r w1th a party for Buddy Hoffpauir and Rick Du J\lond's t\\oyear an· ru, eroary. Located at tH 9 ~l Louis, the Roundup ;.. open 24 hours and Sundays at ~:00 p.m. are free buffet days. -Roundup party This Sunday, the Roundup Har will host 437 ESPLANADE at FRENCHMAN 948-2381 ***** pleasant pastoral patio magicall~ magnificent margaritas 4 TNV/THE NEW \Q!CE I FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 Diebold & Cataluna's gay dance hit jumps up Billboard charts By DIASE ANDERSON T.VV Sew Orkana Another stride for gay liberation, the ~white Rabbit" single debuted on Bill­board's play list this month as "Hot Shot Debut" at number 36. White Rabbit is the first single off "Sex Technology:• Megatone Records' newest release. "Sex" ts also a first for recording artii;U; David Diebold and Kim Cataluna. Diebold is an openly gay musioan who authored the book "Tribal Rites:' about the gay dance music scene of the early 8(l's, and Megatone has been coined the only major recording studio with an openly gay pres­ident. "This breakthrough record is very im· portant to (Diebold) and to Megatone Records:' said company president John Hodges. While dancers across the country push White rabbit up the club charts, other "Sex Tech" fans look for the release of hits like "Set Me Free:• "The Pain is Worth the Passion" and "Dance Right Back Into Heaven:• which also features the vocals of Ernest Kohl. Diebold and Cataluna show an out­standing ability to entertain legions of lesbian and gay dancers and Megatone Records should be commended for re­leasing yet another high-energy, pro-gay dance track. Openly gay artut Dauid DU!bold, with tM Mlp of Kim Cataluna, rekcued "Sex technofo. gy" on tM Megatone label. The first singk, "White Rabbit," debuted cu "Hot Shot Debut" at No. 36 on Billboard'• club play lut 'Hymn for Harvey' song and video honor slain S.F. supervisor "Hymn for Harvey"· started piecing itself together before the producers even knew it. It began with reaearch on an article about the re"ident hotels in San Francis­co, and how many of the gay residents managed to get by as victim and victimizer. The resulting tape-recorded interview "~th Supervisor Harvey Milk expanded beyond its original promtse to include d1Scussions of guns, Diane Feinstein, rich/poor social equalities and much more. The song itself, Hymn for Harvey;• "'hich was eventually to become theclos mg music video of the 28 minute hybrid documentary art pieceofthe~amename, 1s performed by the band :,ltarbaby with vocalist Doug Boyd with words by Glenn DaVIS and music by Robert Orban. It was given ongmally as a tnbute, by Orban and Davis, on cassette, to anyone who gave $;300 or more to the ''No on 6" cam­paign which defeated a proposition to prevent gays from teaching in public schools m Cahforn1a. Nine years later, the idea of using this material in a more cohesive and effective way was born and took the form of the video piece "Hymn for Harvey'.' The producers taped the gay parade of '89, as well as Harvey Hall in Walden House, Harvey Milk Public Library, Har­vey Milk Plaza, the mural at the Harvey Milk Recreation Center. and thememori· al march 10 years after Milk's death, with appearances by Joan Baez, Mayor Art Agnos, Speaker of the House Willie Brown and activist Cleve Jones. The producers chose tomterview Har­ry Britt, president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors; author Randy Shilts and publisher Bob Ross because of their friendship, business and politi­cal connections with Harvey and their continued prominence on the local, na· tional and international scene. By coincidence James Petel'!l, who had known Davis at the University ofMichi· gan on the Ann Arbor performance scene, had wntten "Ballad of the White Night:• which opens the half hour piece. The producers combined this with a ape- Newsline: [IJ~mJmD~rll llllllllllllllll Gknn Dauia of DSO Productwnt1 interuiews San Francisco Suf'<!wiaor Harry Britt for tM docu-art uideo "Hymn for Haruey" cially composed and commi88ioned work by Tom Burton, his last work of this kind: a montage of city sounds that punctuates Peters' reading of ''White Night'.' It i.s the varied blend, along with pho· tos by Dan Nicoletta, Steve Savage and Harvey Milk archive shots provided by Scott Smith. which com hi no t.o eng('ndt•r the work "Hymn for Harvey'.' Out-of-towners are our guests for L.U.E.Y weekend What a week! Hope everyone is recover· ing from Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day. For those who thought all they had to do was come home and relax after that trip to Galveston and ~ew Orleans: you may need to rethink your plans. This weekend and next. there are a lot of"not to be miBSed" events going on in Hous­ton. This weekend tFeb. lf>.17) is. of coun;e, Let Us Entertain You tLUEY) Weekend. Registration is from 9:00 p.m. to mid­night at Mary's; the bar hop is Saturday (from Mary's to Cousmb, Venture-N and BRB1 with parties and fun hosted by the vanous clubs at each location. Saturday night is dinner at the BRB. followed by another party, and Sunday it's "showtime" by the Houston Council of Clubs. Participants will get the complete schedule wtth registration. This is a great opportunity to showouroutoftown guests (and ourselves) a great time for a great prite 1$10 for Houstonians, free to out-of.towner&). J.T. (Justin Taylor). a hot songwriter· vocalist-musician-producer from Nash­ville, will perform at the Brazos River Bottom Saturday, Feb. 23, at 9:30 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 24. at 7:00 p.m. J.Ts launched a national tour for his new al­bum release, '"Keep Your Heart in the Country:• Houston will be among the first to hear songs from the album, whi~h he produced, arranged and performed by himself. Speaking of the BRB, Friday, Feb. 22, is "BRB Does Dallas:· Be sure to come out for the unique contest, games and prizes-all in fun, and all fun, of course! Berry Hill alt10 has weekend bands, both country western and contemporary. Coming up Saturday, Feb. 22, it's the popular Little Bit of Texas; on Sunday, Feb. 23, Shea and Shinola. This new bar has a live DJ and big screen TV to enter· uiln customers at other times, and we!· comes both ladies and gentlemen all the time. It's well worth the trip to have a "hill" of a good time. Everyone talks about weekends, but we shouldn't forget the great we<>kday Specials going on regularly, including Gentry's Monday afternoon "coiffeur shop talk" 2:00-6:00 p.m. and T.V. Come­dy Hour at 9:00 p.m. Past Time has a Thursday dart tour­ney at8:00 p.m., as well as its9-Ball tour­ney Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. Both tourna· ments offer cash prizes. MCCR's First Annual Mardi Gras Scavenger Hunt was held last Saturday, Feb. 9, and the weather couldn't have been more beautiful. Checkpoint loca· tions for puzzle pieces and Mardi Gras goodies included Lobo, Printex Plus, The Tire Place, TNT Shirts, Basic Brothers, Inklings, Appearances, Acadian Bakers, Infinite Records and the Village Green· ery. The prizes were awarded later at the Ranch. It was obvious everyone had a wonder­ful time, and they're looking forward to the next Hunt (if some had their way, it would be next Saturday). Unfortunately, they'll have to wait, as Mardi Gras only comes once a year. Now, here's this week's goBSip from our reliable sources: Beau-how much does a rub-down coat these days? John Owen-are you mad yet? Curtis (Cousins), we h~ar your tattoos are really varicose veins. By the way, Curtis, who was that strange man knocking on Vera's door Monday looking for you? Steve Cantrell (BRB), you answer your phone only when your husband calls for the sex kitten. Michael Martin, why do they call you love muscle and who started it? Cal, who was the httle queen that was shopping for antiques? By now, Rodd (Mary's) and Wendell should be happily mamed. Their person. al commitment ceremony was set for Thursday (Valentin~'& Day)_ at Mary's. Must be something m the air. Anyway, congratulations to two great guys. AIDS Equity League sets goals for the Texas Legislature The AIDS Equity League has aet out two sets of priorities which it believM should be addressed in the 1991 Texas legislative se&· eion, according to r~ntly released report by the organization. "Our concerns are framed in the political realiues that we face in Texas at present and the most pr ... mg needs that occur in the HlV area;• the League states. Listed as prionties are funding issuM and substantive 188Ues. Substantive 188Ue& mclude criteria for drug access for indigent HIV-infected persona, funding for insur· ance premium 1ubsidiea, changes in state discrimination laws to include tho•e "per­ceived" to be HIV infected and expansion of clinical trials and alternative or experi· mental drug atudies. Regarding funding, the League report points out that under the "maintenance of effort provisions" of th<• federal Ryan White Al DS bill, ony decrease in atate AIDS funding will eliminate nearly $10 million m AIDS grants automatically over the next two year•. Thus, grants which fund many of the present Texas AIDS pro­gram• are in Jeopardy ifthestatedecreaa"" its present level of funding. Also, the report states, Texas does not now fund (nor do most counties) the only approved drug for Hl\'infect1on "at the rec­ommended stage of an mdividuala infec­tion as directed by the U.S. Centers for Dis­ease Control." "This raises buic const1tutional ques­tions of equal pmtection under the U.S. Constitution BB well as legal issues under present Medicaid regulation•. The contin­ued failure to fund additional money for in· digent drug access will aasuredly bnng about legal court challenges which proba· bly will force the ll<·partment of Health to eventually pay for :hese drugs. If the le((is· lature i• not in session to allocate addition· al funds should thia occur, this will mean taking money from other ne..ded Depart· ment of Health priorities:• states the League. The Great.er Houston AIDS Alliance has received a $25,000 challenge grant from the National Community AIDS Partner­ship. The Alliance has pledged to raise $50,000 by July 21 to match the partner­ship funding. As a new associate of the Partnership, the Alliance must meet its first match to be eligible to receive in­creasing challenge grants through the program, intended to encourage commu­nities nationwide to raise the matching funds for HIV I AIDS planning and serv­ices. Also, two Houston community-based organizations have recently received grants. The PWA Coalition was awarded a grant by the Texas Department of Health to develop a case management system. The system will serve HIV-in· fected persons, their families and signifi· cant othera in Austin, Brazoria, Cham· bers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Liberty. Matagorda, Montgomery, Waller, Walker, 5742. and Wharton counties. The NAMES Project has awarded a OAVIU FUNERAL DIRECTORS J HJ 4 Columbia Street 861-2861 A Of'tMJ1t.il IP' tttde~ftf!9fJf '""• '•' "'(>""• Ill Ute It tronc:a l "f°'11'0" "'••OMS According to Tina Marie Wyatt, rural small grant to AVES to continue with its outreach case manager, the case man- publication of Pagina de Salud ("Health agement system will involve "the coordi- Page"), which delivers pertinent health nation of support services to HIV infect- management information in Spanish ed persons and their families and signifi- ..----=-- ------------- --------- --------, cant others:• A joint effort will be re-quired to compile a data base of service providers for HIV infected persons and their families and significant others, she said. The development of the system will re­quire identification of all support servic-es in each county, Wyatt said. The agen­cies to be included must "promote re­spect, dignity and confidentiality of indi­viduals while providing quality care;· she said. For more information on the case man­agement system or to discuss agency participation, contact Wyatt at (713) 546- r .. ~ , .. .'~ ... ~ Answering Service Voice Mailbox ~. .... ·~ Arla:e:"dable earflOlManswenngscMceWhlchconmtenllyanswers)'l: :.11~ M~can beNlnewd24 hem a day b1"lln any telephone in the wona •Your own penonal and prhate telephone number • 24-hour ..me wtlh unllmlted calla • Same day start-up •Only $14.00 per month • -... .,_be l1nbd to your pager llO JOU'll gel your i-..ges Instantly. Pager ...uai cnailable • lilastercard/VIDIK- accepted Page ME! inc."' 42~2 R:ct.mond Sui:• Host your friends to a Safer Sex House Party or join us at the next AFH Safer Sex Workshops: Tuesdays, F cbruary 19 and 26. Call 623-6796 for further information. AIDS J()U11j0An()H HOUS?ON JNC mJ~mma~m m~a 1111111111111111 6 lNV/THE NEW YOICE I FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 MANUAfs 'Forest Products' at CAM has everything but the tree itself MONTROSE ART By LISETrA LAVY TNVHmuum At fir•t glance, it seems that the only thing missing from MANUAI.:s "For­est/ Products" installation, currently on uhibit at the Contemporary Arte Muse­um is a representative living tree. In their con•ideration of the forest and the products it produces, Suzanne Bloom and Ed Hill, the collaborative team known as MANUAL, use photographs, computer generated imagery, video and wooden constructions to present two dis­tinct but not opposing views: the forest as a spiritual, contemplative place and as a provider of economic redources. Neither of the views of the foreo;t is without complication. On one side of a diagonal dividing wall, the spiritual as­pect of the forest is represented by five columnar photos of trees while six small­er graphic images reveal the presence of human consumption and its problems. In the other half of the room, fore"! prod ucts are s1gmfied by a construction which resembles a building in progress, while an adjacent photograph of a truck hauling loge reminds viewers of the en­vironmental threat of cutting down trees to produce boards. By pairing contrft>it­ing unages, MANUAL acknowledges the complexity of man's relation.hip to nature without making heavy handed or simplistic statements. In addition, MANUA.IA< own use of com put.en; points toward responsible use of technology rather than condemnation of progr<!68. MA....,.UAL further exploreo; the fore..t and its implications for man, nature and technology in a 2(}minute video whose structure is baaed on Beethoven's sixth symphony wPastoral:' In the video, im­ages of a pristine forest complete with a running brook give way to the footage of loggers at work (and play). the traru;por­tation of the cut trees and their conver­sion into wooden planks. Also included are images of forest fires and evidence of acid rain damage. The11e images, com­bined with Beethoven's emotional music, create the most moving piece in the ex- MANUAI:• ~Foreatl Prcxfucta" m.stallation, on exhibit through March JO at Conumporary Arta Museum, shows both sicks of the rela twnslUp betWttn man and nature hib1t. To this viewer, caution at what man has wrought is implicit in the video, however, the images elicited a very differ­ent response from another viewer, who w88 fascinated by the process of how trees become boards. That MANUACs depiction allows di­verse interpretation supports their ac­knowledgment of the complexity of mod­em man's relationship to nature. Two in­teractive computer programs further al­low vie1tors to respond to questions raised by the exhibit and to add and store their opinions into the computer's data base. By juxtaposing various contrasting and complementary images, MANUAL has created an intereflting and engaging atmosphere which encomp8Jllle& the spir­itual and practical po88ibilities of, as well as the environmental concerns about the foret1t and, in doing eo, draws parallels to man's relationship to all of nature as well as technology. MANUAI.:s multi-layered, resonant installation asks big question& about contemporary life without giving pat anewers. However, some viewers may find the exhibit'& in· telleetual bent overwhelming while oth­ers may feel that, in its diversity, the in­stallation does not take a passionate enough stand against the destruction of the fo...,.,t, and that the coolneseoftheim­ages tends to undermine the impact of the destruction. Yet, overall, MANUACs innovative look at the forest entices the viewer to think (perhaps feel) for himself. Suzanne Bloom and Ed Hill are both profeeeors of art at the University of Houston. Their work has been widely ex· hibited, nationally and internationally. The interactive installation continues through March 10, 1991 atfi216Montrose Blvd. at Bissonnet. The Contemporary Arts Museum l8 open from 10;00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through ~'riday, and noon to 5:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 1~tA*M11.14 [IJ~mma~m 1111111111111111 Ryan White funding coming to Houston over $1.8 million Harris County Judge Jon Lindsay was awarded $1,827,9!!0 in federal Ryan White CARE Act formula grant funding for the Houston area on Feb.4, the Great­er Houston AJDS Alliance announced last week. The money will go to increase the delivery of outpatient and ambulato­ry, psychosocial, case management and pediatric/women/family services, repre­sentatives of the Alliance said. The Alliance will administer the Ryan White formula monies, distributing them according to service priorities estab­lished by the Houston Area HIV Health Services Planning Council. The Alliance has issued a Request for Propooiala for the funding. Copies are available at the Alliance, 2015 Thomas Street. Proposals are due at the Alliance on or before Feb. 15, 1991. Awards should be made by March 1. Last week, the Alliance named Harris County Health Department dir~'Ctor, De Thomas Hyslop, chair of its board of di· rectors, replacing De George Alexandee Hyslop previously chaired the Alliance's education and prevention committee. He was recently appointed to the Texas de­partment of Health's Physician Hesiden­cy Program advisory committee. m ~mt!l~amm 1111111111111111 l\IARCH 1-10 RICE CINEMA (n3) 527-4853 Rice University Media Center Entrance 17, University Blvd. @ Stockton THE NEW FESTIVAL NATIONAl GAY AND LESBIAN 1991 Fill TOUR ,.. .. ,.._ ""-' 0.. Hew,_,_,_ .... _ --'"9 IU•. ce.t.ctew.ffk..•212.9U . .S6S6wwrl,.,..,..,54'1~r. s.;;,. 1104. N.- 'f~ HY 10012. BETTER LAIDilS & qARDEilS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential -Landscape -Lawn Care -Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices 523 .. LAWil FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 / TNVf!HE NEW\QIC, "Well, Im still here and going strong." Every day, more and more people are learning to live with HIV. People are finding ways to stay healthier, strengthen their immune systems, develop positive attitudes. They've found that proper diet, moderate exercise, even stress management can help. And now, early medical intervention could put time on your side. LMNG Today, HIV positive doesn't mean you have to give up. So, the sooner you take control, the better For more information on living with HIV, WITH HIV. we urge you to call the number below anonymously, if you wish. I 1 ·SOO·HIV·INFO THE SOONER YOU TAKE CONTROL THE BETTER ~maa=aa= 1111111111111111 c'.~M;? I O'u"6HQR. - " J S TNV/THE NEW VOICE FillRUARY 15-21. 1991 New Ad Deadlines The deadline for "Personals" ads is now Monday at 5pm. The deadline for "Classified" ads (both display and by-the­word ads) is Tuesday noon. The deadline for regular display ads in the main news pages and "Bar-Zaar" pages is Tuesday 5pm. The New Voice will circulate on weekends in Houston, New Orleans, Austin and San Antonio. 11 GORBY'5 c~ANGED-11E'5 Nor 111E MAN 1 FELL IN LOVE wrrH ! " I ~ t§§M I I U§ [IJ~t!lma~~ 1111111111111111 AFH announces HIV treatment issues workshop this Monday AJDS Foundation Houston IAFH) IS ' J>On· soring an "HIV Treatment U...ues Work· shop" through the AFH Wellness Program on Monday, Feb. fo. It ,.;u take place from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Montrooe Library, 4100 Montrose(near Richmond). A panel of medical experta led by Dt Joseph GatheJt. will discuss the lateet in research. medical treatments and trends for HIV and AJDS. Gathe wtll be 1oined by Dt. Edward Stool, pulmonology (respiratory) issues; Dt. Gildo A. Micheletti Jr., dermatological tskinl i•· sues. and Dr. Unda Pegram, ophthalmolo­gy (eye) issues. The program wtll bemformnl with a lot of time devoted to questions and answers. "the idea of the workshop 18 to clarify many of the medical problems assooated wtth HIV nndAIDS,sothatpeoplecan take a more active role in their care;' &aid coordi· nator Bart Loeser. "Taking control of one's health" 18 the guiding philosophy for the wellneee program, "and educating yourself lB the key'.' he said. The AFH '\\ ellness Program hopes to of· fer the trentment workshops on a regular basis, along with 1te many others which fo­cus on such health lSSUes as safer sex. nutn­llon, stresa management and esteem· build· mg. Refreshment& w11l be provided by Kroger Deli. 'The presentation is free and open to everyone. said Loeser. For more informa­tion regarding the HIV Treatment Work· shop or other wellness programs, please contact Bart Loeser atAFH, (i13) 623-6796. -Male Couples group The .Montrose CounseLng Center is start· ing a new therapy group for gay male oou pies The group v.;11 meet Monday nights from i ()().~:30 p.m. A 12 week commitment to attending the group is required. There 18 a sliding scale fee for thooe with· out insurance ISBues to be explored mcl ude: communicallon problems, monogamy vs. non·mono,gamy1 finances. power struggl~. HIV and family relationships. Couplet! in­terested may contact Ken Anctil, !'.t. Ed. or Gary Bauer, MSW for add1bonal mformn· t1on and mtake at 629-0037. -Monica Gra n t Feminist comic/s1nger/eongwriter Monica Grant will perform In Houston at 7:30 p.m. on March 3 at the IJowntown Grounds cof· fee house, 90!! Wood Street (off Mam and San Jacinto). A percentage of the ticket sales will benefit the l.ab1an Equal Acee•& Pro1ect <LEAP>. a Houston group that sup­ports women involved in custody cases. The California singer will perform two sets during the Sunday night show. Grant has appeared with Teresa Trull, Deidre McCalla, Kate l'hnton, Rohm Tyler, Judy Fjell and mnny other notablea ofthe women's music comedy circuit. Recently voted one of Hot wire Magazine's 'Favonte :o;cw Performers ofl990;'Grant is currently touring to promote her soon-to-be-released second album, "The Heart of It:' The con· cert 1& produced by Derll8e t:. ChambllSS and Plnnet Earth Productions. Information on Lt:AP wtll be available dunng the show. Tickets are S5 and are a'·a1lable at lnk'...ngs, 1846 Richmond. Downtown Grounds and at the door. -Clinical Research Network hires research nurse Sheme Weaver has been hired as a re­search nurse by the Houston Cliniclll Re­• earch Network. according to executive di· rector Ralph C. I.asher. Her effort;; will be concentrated on recruiting new patients for r.,.earch protocols and oss1•ting them in enrolling in the •tudies. Weaver is a nurse and an HIV counselor, and has bttn involved in HIV Rei<earch for the past four ye&r11 with Baylor College of Medicine, Harris County Health Depart· ment and the Houston Department of Health and Human Servicea. She•• also well known for other oommu· nity activitlea. Weave.r l8 a past ofticer of the Colt 4.5's Jnc. end haa worked with their AJDS Troublefund. She ho.o also volun­wered for the Texas Gay Rodeo, Montrose Clinic, Stone Soup Food Pantry and Body Positive She is conducting a women's out­reach program for the Audette Center, which provides HIV education and HIV counselinR and testing. HRCN ooordinates several clinical drug trials in Houston and publishes a directory of local clinical trials. For more informa­tion, call 5211-0604 -Hispanic AIDS conference The Thurgood Marshall School of Law, in coniunction with the NationalA•sociation of Social Workers/Texas and the Hispanic Social Workers of Texas, will host a confer~ ence titled "SIDAy Vida: HIV I AIDS in the Hispanic Community on Friday, Feb. 22. It will be held in the newly renovated law school building, locatl'<l at Clobume and S ampson on thecampusofTexnilSouthern Umvemty. The conference focuses <>n four legal and SOC1al issues about AIDS facing the His· panic community· mnJ~t.o-ma)c transnus~ sion, substance abuse, immigration and employment, and children and ext.ended families. Conference presenters include· Theresa Aldalpe, n pediatric social worker at Texas Chidren's Hoopital; Roau I>dbodo, a mem· ber of the Harris County Ryan \\bile Plan­ning Council~ Patricia Dunn, an attorney with the Volunteer Legal service Program in San Francisco; Gregg Gladden, a physi· cian in private practice; Celene Guerra Hansen, a physician for the Center for Dis­ease Control (Atlanta) who specializes in Immunology and Pediatrics; Jose Martinez. an attorney who is a PhD candi· date in the Creative writing Program at the University of Houston; Ben Matta, a Uni· versity of New Mexico professor who epe­cializes in employment problems affecting the Hi.spank cc:1mmumty; Tony Molina, a social workerfromAuatin; l .iaMun llo,a•o­cial worker tn private practice m Housto~ Mark Partin. a senior staff attorney with Advocacy Inc.; Jose Perez, a public policy specialist on the AIDS Project mLos Ange­les; Adan Rios, a houston physician who specializes in immunology nnd HIV infec­tion, and AlfredoT1jennn. president of the Hispanic Soon) Workers of Texas. The conference's luncheon will include an address given by the Most Rev. Ennque San Pedro, S.J., Aux1hary Bishop of the Slurrie Weauer " Houston Clinical Re­aearch i"Vetwork's new ffBl'arch nurse Catholic Diocese of Galveston-Houston. The reception followmi: the conference will feature entertainment by SL Joseph's Multi Cultoral Performing Arts Group, directed by Alice Valdez. r'reeparking for the confer· ence will be available in TliU lots E and K. In addition, there 18 a pre-conforence art show planned, titled "SIDA y Vida: Obser vat1ons and Meditations:• The show will be held in oonjunction with the G.V.G. Gallery opening Wednesday night, Feb. 20, with a reception from 6:()().9:00 p.m. in the library on the first floor of the Thurgood Marshall School of Law. The show will feature works by regional artists, including Wendy Smith, Ben De Soto, Michael 'l'racey, Mercedes Fernandez, Ariel Mason, Jan Tipps and 17 others. -March on Austin final meeting The final organizational meeting for the 1991 March on Austin for Le.ibian Gay Equal rights 1s scheduled for Feb. 17 at 11 30 a.m. at the Radisaon Hotel (8th and San Jacinto) in the Lone Star Room. Per· sons interested in finalizing details of the planned march events, or volunt.-cringdur­ing the march nndother events, are urged to attend. For more information, call (512) 4 74 5475. 'Twin Peaks' diary tells of Laura Palmer's lesbian affair Her face has been on the CO\'ers and pages ofmagazinca across the country. '"Esquire0 magaZJne named her Woman of the Year. Her name baa become synonymous with mystery, allure and unspoken d ... ires. Not bad for someone who died before gradual· 1n11 from high school. She is, of courae, Laura Palmer, and with the recent release of ''The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer" (Pocket !looks, $8.95), she may now become one of the most widely· read women ofletters in recent timee, as the book providea new cluea not only to her murder. but to the atunge, secret life of America's moet beiruihng woman. The diary, as seen by Jennifer Lynch, 18 the second s<'Clet iourni•l of the myetenous Twin Prnka teenager whoae plastiCo wrapped body washtd aahore and kicked off the most talked-about television series m the country. Inside thlB new diary, which will be discovered some time during the sea· son, are cluee to the atrange eventa in Twin Peah and give msi11ht into life of Laura Palmer. from a11e 12 to juat hours Ix-fore she was killed. !ncludi'lt her lesbian affair with a Twin Peaks bu11intsa owner. Written by director David Lynch'1dau11h· t.e~ Jennifer, the "Diary" will 1urpnse even the m08t attentive "Peak freaks;' yet will re­main true to the quirky, witty and unexpect· ed style that has made the 1how so populu FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 / lNV(THl NlW VOICl NO AIDS Task Force schedules seminar and volunteer training NO' AJDS Task Force will offer a free AIDS Awareness Seminar on Saturday, Feb. 23 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the LSU Medical Education Building, 1901 Perdido Street. The seminar is free and open to the public, and is followed by three addition­al days of training-Sunday, Feb. 24 and Saturday and Sunday, March 9 or 10- for individuals who wish to become NOt AIDS Task Force volunteers. Prospective volunteers must attend all four days and pay Task ~'orce annual dues of $10. The Feb. 23 session covers medical, le­gal, social and ethical issues related to AIDS, and provides valuable informa­tion for educators, health care workers and others who have professional or per­sonal concerns about the disease. T~e subsequent sessions provide more spec1ahzed information and training for volunteers. Volunteers are needed in a variety of an•as, including Pediatric AJDS Program, Buddy Program, Hospi­tal Visitors, HIV Antibody Testing Coun· selors, Project Lazarus, HIV Primary Care Clinic and the AIDS Hotline. N01 AIDS Task Force conducts the four day training programs three times a year. For more information, call (504) 945-4000. -Science Fiction Club Kevyn Speakur is establishing the New Orleans Lesbian and Gay Fantasy and science Fiction Club. This organization welcomes any who are interested in ex­ploring the worlds of fantasy and Sci-fi through the lesbian and gay perspective. The group will be open to pursuing these genres through all of their various ex­pressions including: books, movie., TV, comics, gaming, art and costuming. The first meeting will occur at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 9. For information call Kevyn at (5041 94!i·:l!i99. -PFLAG Notes New Orleans Parents and Friends of Les­bians and Gays (PFLAG) will host their ninth annual anniversary meeting May 9th. Paulette Goodman, president of the National federation PFLAG will receive an award in New Orleans at the Ameri-can Psychiatric Association Conven­tion, May 11-16. Local PFLAG members are organizing to attend the 10th annual Parents FLAG Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Oct. 11- 14. With the theme"Celebrating the Jew­els in Our Crown;' the conference is open to anyone interested in PFLAG For more information contact PFLAG NO at PO. Box 15515, New Or· leans, La. 70175 or attend the monthly meeting every other Thursday at Mercy Ho.pita! at 7:00 p.m. -Poets gather The Louisiana State University Union Ideas and Jssues Committee and the English Departments of LSU will co­sponsor the upcoming ''A Gathering of Poet.;;' along with the Louisiana Arts Council on Feb. 21 and 22 on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge. The event will be a two day program to include a workshop open to the public open to the public; readings and question and answer •e••10ns with the participot· ing poets. Attending the "gathering" will be such internationally known !>O<'ts as Sandi Castle, Sharon Mesmer. Ameri Baraka, and the highly acclaimed poet David Trinidad. Trinidad, who has authored six volumes of poetry, is also the poetry editor for Outweek Magazine. - Wood Enterprises donates to NO/ AIDS Following the recent AIDS education training seminar held by the r>O AIDS Task Force, mome• were donated to help the organization in its efforts. The Bour­bon Pub/ Parade, where the event was held, donated $.500, while Wood Enter­prises expended an equal donation to be used in the purcha>e and distribution of condoms through Mardi Gras. -U.U. Task Force The Task Force for Goy and Lesbian Concern• of the first Unitanan Univer­solist Church will meet every third Sun day of the month. They will host o service on "The Familv" of March 24. The church will also host openly gay Rev Robert Schaibly of the Houston First Unitarian Church on JI.larch 3. I~ t§§t111 U§ ~l!lmOD!il lllllHlllllllll Thousands expected to march in Austin to support rights ''The spirit continuee ... share the excite­ment of history in the making" is the theme of the 1991 March on Austin for Lesbian/ Gay Equal Rights, an event expected to draw thousands of gay men and lesbians to the state capital Sunday, March 17, to dem­onstrate support of equal rights. "We are asserting our claim to Thomas Jeff•raon's prom••• of life, liberty and the pursi.nt of happiness;' said Thom Prentice. n•ws media relations coordinator for the march and memb!'r of the March executive committee, representing Gay ~·athers <Austin). -"rhodiMC'r1m1nat10n, hatred, bigotry and opprt·&Hion we face is inten1:1e. Our claims for fundamental human and civil rights are just:' he said. "We march, we rally, we pray, we publish, WP eing. w~ dance, we spt>ak, we petition our government for redress of our gri(>vanc• es, e:xerc-ising our first Amendment birth· nght ns Americans;' Prentice said. ··we will not rest until Texas guarantees equal rights for lesbians and gay men:' Down Tsrhabrun (pronounced "shawbrun"J, co-chair of the March on Austin, said, "'fo me, the sooner people start realizing we are normal. everyday people iust like everybody eU.e. the sooner people ran talk about it iust like they talk about anything else, the sooner we are ac­cepted. Thepointofthismarchis todemon· strate that we're no different than any body else:' Goals of the march include legal rccogni· tion of gay and lesbian relationships, in· eluding same sex marriages; passage of an· ti-discrimination and hate crime laws; sup­porting the right of gay men and lesbians to serve in the U.8. Armed Forres; and legis­lative repeal of the Texas sodomy law. Other goals mrlude reproductive free­dom · ending discrimination against per· sons' with HIV, A.RC and AJDS; increasing funding far AIDS preventive education and treatment and working to end discrimina­tion and opprefl&ion based on racism and sexism. The march, which will begin around noon near Palmer Auditorium, will work its way up CongreBS Avenue, culmmatmg1n a noon rally on the Capitol steps, featuring re­marks by atate and. nationahpeakero, in­cluding Urvashi Vaid, execubve director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, who was named 1991 Woman of the Year by The Advocate magazine. A festival will follow the rally at Waterloo Park, just northea•t of the capitol grounds. The afternoon f""hval will feature hve en­tertninmt ·nt, art.a, craft.a, and mformah~n booths. Monday following the March will be Lesbian1Gay Rights Lobby Day at the capitol. The 1991 march ia the second in Texas history. The first, a follow up to the 1987 Na· honal March on Washington was held in Au•tin 1n May, 1989 and drew thousands of gay men and leebians to the capitol for the weekend achv1hea, the Sunday march and Monday lobby day at the state capitol. The Waahington Sisters (shown h<!re with Melanie Monsur, right), Olit·ia Record.a recordmg artists, are part of the mtertamment lined up for March on Austm '91 weekend. They will appear m concert Friday, March 15 at the Austin Opera Houu. For more mformat1on, ron tart tlw March on Austin committee or Liue W1re Productions, (512) 929-8630 The march committee has a pocked week­end schedule of events ranging from ban­quets, receptions and concerts to work­shops, religious services and a "Lobby Day" at the capitol Friday evening, receptions will be held by the Names Project ($10), the Lesbian, Gay Rights Lobby ($10) and the Coalition of Leebian1 Gay Student Groups (free). The Waehington Sisters of Columbus, Ohio, will perform Friday evening at the Austin Opera House ($10 advance, $12 at the door), and "The Wind Bene~th My Winge;• a new play by Sindey Moms a"?ut generational differences in gay and lesbian lives in the age of AIDS will be performed throughout the weekend. Aleo, the Austin Radical Faeries arebav­ing a co-ed gathering Friday ~hrough Tues· day at the Recreation Plantation near Drip­ping Spring• ($5 per person per night). Beth El Binah, a lesbiantgay Jewish or­ganization. wm sponsor a ceremony to close the Jew1ah Sabbath Saturday ev,,. ning, and Dignity, an organization for gay and lesbian Catholic•. will hold ita regional conventions during the march weekend. A banquet is set for Saturday evening at the Crest Hotel m downtown Austin lo raise funds for the March on Austin (recep­tion only $15, banquet $50, $3001 table of eight). A Saturday night "Dance on Aus· tin" will follow the banquet, al•o at the Crest ($10 advance, $12 door). A special combined performance by the Capitol City Men 'e Chorus, The Montrose Singers, Heartsong and Alamo City Men's Chorus will be held Saturday evening at the University of Texas Bass Concert Hall ($10, $8, $5). The Names Proiect will hold a check·m of new quilt panels for the AIDS Memorial Quilt at the Radi88on, where 12 foot by 12 foot portions of the International AIDS M.,. morial Quilt will be displayed. The Names Project will march with the panels to the Capitol rally on Sunday. Finally, the Friday and Saturday work­shops to be held at the Radisson Hotel will feature topics ranging from relationships and civil rights to nutrition and a litigational roundtable (free). March Sunday b!'gin• at 10:00 a.m. with a prayer vigil sponsored by Integrity/ Aus· bn, a group for Episcopal gay men and le'­b1ans, m the RadiSBon ballroom, followed by the march, rally and Waterloo r ... tival. Travel arrangement• and hotel accom· modations for march weekend are bemg provided by Capital of Texas Travel. For rei;ervat10n1, the toll free number is l·b© 880-0068. _Handicapped and interpreting sen.;ces will be provided at the rally and at the Dig· nity and Integrity religioua eervicee. No parking for the man·h will bl' pt'rmlt· ted by the city at Palmer auditorium near the march staging B88embly area. Howev· er, parking i• available m state Iota and ga· rages east of Waterloo Park bt:tween ! Ith and 15th Street.. Busee will shuttle among the state parking areas, the hotels and the march staging area. For information on participating in the march. call the march office at (512) 474· 5745 to request e<•pif'S of the March on Aus· tin brochurewhichlists acti\·itiee and~pcm· soring organizations Additional information on the march can be obtained from the regional coordinators Austin, Sally Hunt, (5121929-901<3; Dallas. Waine Nash. 12141621'-4233; Ft. Worth, Mi­chael Smerick Jr., (1'17) 274-6396; Houston. Keith Wright, (713) 520-7112; Lubbock, Kel· ly Jenning•. \t!06) 796-11:>00 and San Anton­io, Gilbert Ca•illas, (512165.>4015. Key telephone numbers include: Capital of Texas Travel, for travel arrangement• and hotel accommodations al the Radisson. l.S00-0068; Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby r.,. reption. (512) 474-5475; Marrh on Austin banquet. (512) 474 5475;TheWindBeneath My Wings (plan (214) 670-6705; 1'amee Project, (512) 837-3635; Ausun Radical Faeries (5121837-1596; Havdallah (2141 $32· 7672; Dignity, (512) 444-4li53; Man'• Cho­rale performance (512) 47~32•1: work· shops, (512) 474-5475. I~ t§t'M 11 U§ [Emt!J~Dm~ 1111111111111111 10 lNVflHE NEW VOICE I FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 Reactions in gay/lesbian community vary to Persian Gulf War By SHERI COHEN DARBO!liNE T:>V HotUton Prolblem: "In presenting this poeillon paper on the war. we are choosing to focus on what we know best-the lesbian and gay communi­ty. But we are also acutely aware that the war raises issues affecting the entire na­tion and the world. !'ionethele88, we remain convinced the war is a tragedy for everyone involved-tncluding those on the battle lines and at home-and that a peaceful, diplomatic settlement best serves the legiti­mate aspirations of all human beings'.' • (from a press release stating the official po­slllon of the N ntional Gay and Lesbian Task Force on the Persian Gulf WarJ ~ EtJ:m ffi]Ztlffi The Nauonal Gay and Lesbian Ta..k Force bas opposed the Persian Gulf war, aaymg ti "directly and detnmentally af­fects the lives of gaya and lesbians and a•· pirauons for equality of the gay and lesbi· an communitY,' !'iGLTF's opposition is ar­ticulated tn a position paper authorized by tts board of directors. The six page paper ex pl runs the tmpact of the war on the AIDS crisis and ii<! effect on gay and lesbian is· sues, including anti-gay military policy. Solution: In the paper, the impact of the war on do­mestic programs-espectally the diversion of funds and attention from AIDS and health care, among other crises-is cited as a maior reason for the oppointion. "Reports indicate we could spend $1 billion a day on the war;' states SGLTF. "ln a matter of days, the military operations tn the Gulf cost theequivnlentoflheentire 1991 federal appropnations for AIDS In a matter of hours, the U.S. spent (in Operation Desert Storm) the same amount as the 1991 appro­pnaUons for the Ryan White AIDS Erner· gency Jksource Act (sic):' Th•• rtcent political cartoon by Greg Scott, a gay Houston artiat, shows that some m the gay and lesbian community haue a different at­titude regarding thr war :"GLTI' also cites the impa~ of war on other ray-related 1mtiatives, including funding for hate crimes data collect10n, pro­grams to address gay and lesbian youth sui­ode and lesbtnn health 188ues. Besideti di· verting funds from health needs, says 1'GCTF, the war will also "drain the atten­tion of lawmakers tn Washington and else­where" from a broad gay and lesbian agen· da, including civil rights and recognition of gay families. Gay and lesbian soldier> are also directly affected by the war, NGLTF states, as 11 highlights the military'• dis-criminatory policy agrunst lesbmns and gay men. On the national level, several gay and AIDS organizations have either criticized the U.S. involvement in the war or openly stated opposition. Gay lesbian and AIDS act1vl8ts have helped swell the ranks of the peace movement, participating in anti-war demonstrations 1n most major cities, in­cluding Houston. National Gay Rights Advocates, a public interest law firm that promotes equality for gay men, lesbians, and people with HIV disease, has undertaken the representation of two lesbians serving in the military re­serv. es who are confronting the military'• exclusion policy regarding gays and leshi· ans. Two weeks ago, NGRA had taken on its first such case. Paul Donato, NGRA'.s le- ' Montroae pa.c1fiat• and actwiata participat.ed in several recent d'mon.atratwnB"a11a1nat the Middle Eut War ~=1 t+J~ammmJm [!D~m 1111111111111111 gal director explained that both officers, Linda Z. Brotemarkle and Amy E. Stewart, who have filed for conscientious objector Blatus, "find the military' a policy and prac­tice with regard to lesbians, gays and biHexuals to be unethical, immoral and un­just:' Di Donato >aid NGRA:s poaition is "not a 'pro' or 'anti· military i8tiue. It's a civil rights matter:' "Gays and lesbians who want to and are able to serve in the military, conaistent with their conscience.. should be able to du ao with assurance of fair and equal treatment at all times:• said Di Donato. Brotemarkle, who holds the rank of ser­geant in the Army reet>rvea, spent four year• on activ~ duty (1981·19~) and two years on active reserve (1988-1990). Brotemarkle said that "because the mili· tary considers homosexuality 'incompati­ble with military service;" I found myself in a difficult position. Either I remain clos· eted and forever fearful of discovery and its consequences, or I reveal my sexuality and confront the consequence of this action ~' Stewart, a sergeant in the Army 1'ation­al Guard, also explained a similar process and situation. "The military's ban on gays and lesbians is truly absurd. Every study indicates that gay men and lesbians pro­vide no security, recruitment or morale problem• to the military as they allege. These allegations are figments of certain people's imaginations. My service record is what it is-excellent. My sexual orienta­tion has nothing to do with performance is· sues:' she said. In Houston, reactions to the war vary greatly. Montrose, a liberal and progres· sive neighborhood politically, haa aeen a rapid revival of thf' peace movement, com· plete with its own political and ideological conflicts. However. Montro<1e area busi· nesses and homes have also been festooned with yellow ribbons and "patriotic" slo­gans and mi88ilee in reC'ent wef:•ka. J..ocal gay military reservi•ts-some of whom have already volunteered their serv· ices in the Middle East-are concerned about the military's anti-gay policy but feel that those concerns are secondary to serv· ing and supporting their country. They have chosen to deal with the pressures of the closet, at least temporarily, rathtor than light the policy at the expense of being una· hie to serve. Some anti-war groups in Houston have gone out of their way to show support for the U.S. troops already in the Penian Gulf. Repre.cnt.ativee of two organizalion11, th~ Houston Coalition to Stop U.S. Interven· tion in the M;ddle East and People to Stop U.S. Aggression in the Middle East, have stated that they support the troops in spite of their opposition to the war. Lesbian/ feminist activist Deborah Bell, however, has started her own ribbon cam­paign, urgingmembersofthecommunity to display white ribbons inotead of the yellow ribbons she claims seem "to more accurat& ly support the actions of our government and President Bush in conducting yet an· other military operation." Bell, dewcribing herself as "a veteran of the anti-war movementofthe 1970's, a paci­fist and mother;' says that as a feminist, ahe is necessarily "ethically opposed to war in any form" The white ribbon campaign is in­tended to urge others who feel thesnme way to display a sign that they stand for peace. The white ribbons, according to Bell, will be made available in area businesses and through community groups. (Next week: a Houston lesbian military reservitit explains why ehewanta to serve in the Persian Gulf) Contemporary Arts Center presents staged reading of 'The Bridge' ;:-..w Orleans' Contuu;;vra<.7 Art.I Center presents a staged reading of "The Bridge;' a drama about a counselling cen­ter for ex-convicts, written by Melvin H. Freedman and Robert Kornfeld, on Tues­day, Feb. 19. The event is the fifth in CAC's Staged Reading Scnes, usually held on the sec­ond Tuesday of each month~ but delayed by Mardi Gras). The readings, designed to help playwnghta develop works tn progress, are at 7:00 p.m. in FNBC Screerung Room, and followed by an open diacua,;1on to eiVC the playwrights feedback. Directing the play will be Doro­thy S. Henriques, project coordinator, project coordinator for the series and founding member of CAC's Playwrights Unit. Both authors of The Bridge are resi­dents of New York, but Kornfeld is a vis· 1ting member of CAC's Playwrights Unit. which supports the Staged Read­ing Senes. Komfeld's credits include 14 plays, a Ii· bretto for an opera entitled ''A Dream Within a Dream:• and multimedia show at Lincoln Center's Mall Series entitled "An Hour With Poe: Out of Space, Out of Time based on the life and works of writ­er Edgar Allen Poe. His one-act play ''Acting Out" was performed 18l!t year at Southern Repertory Theater in New Or­leans during its first annual New Plays Festival and since then at the Samuel Becket Theater in New York. Freedman has written three other plays. This is his second collaborauon with Kornfeld. Freedman and Kornfeld have been friends since attending high school together in New England and Harvard. Their earlier musical "Reun· ion" ran Off-Broadway about five years ago and included two songs by well· known singer/songwriter Carly Simon and her sister Lucy. Kornfeld explains that the idea of"The Bridge" came from actually attending the "rap sessions" at The Fortune Socie­ty, a group in New York City designed to help ex-convicts return to mainstream life. Admission to CAC's Staged readings is $1 for CAC members, $2 for non­members. For more information, call the CAC Box Office at 528-3800, Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 5:00 p.m. FEBRUARY 15-21. 1991 / lNVrTHE NEW VOICE Police say man shot partner, then shot himself Watch Us Growl A double s hooting in a southwest Houston apart­men t is being worked as an attempted murder/suicide, HPD h omicide sources said Tuesday. According to police, James Monroe Barn es, 23, died about 6:00 p.m. Sun­day after shooting his roommate three times, then t urning the gun on himself. The roommate, Barry J . Bass, a well-known pho­tographer who was active with the Houston Gay/ Lesbian Pride Week com­mittee, was in serious but stable con dition at Ben Taub Hospital Monday, with wounds in both arms and in the back. Acquaintances said the pair had been lovers. Police said they believed Barnes had been distraught over a dispute with Bass. [;Jmmmam!ii tEma~l:j ~ma~m 1111111111111111 MCCR to host 1930's Gala at the newly remodeled Majestic The newly remodeled Majestic Metro Theater in downtown Houston will be the site of Metropolitan Community Church of the Resurrection's "1930's Gala" a fundraiser for the church's Capital Gifts Campaign for relocation. The event will be held from 7:00-I J:OO p.m. Saturday, March 2. Though "the idea is to raise money, it will be a fun social time no matter what (we raise);' said Jerry Reitz, MCCR board member and coordinator of the event. The Gala will be a "black tie" event, with a silent auction, a live antique auc­tion and art sale. The items to be auctioned, noted Reitz, "aren't what you'd find at a usual church auction!' The event also includes food and bever­ages provided by some of Houston'• fin­est restaurants and club•, and entertain· ment by either a string quartet or harpist. "It's going to be a (dreRBy) affaii,' said Reitz. "We're also will have greeters in p~ riod costume and valet parking." The Majestic Metro Theater. located at 911 Preston near the hi•toric Market Square area, completed most of its r~ modeling in December and has been the site of various events since Dec 15, 1990. Remodeling of the balcony is expected to be completed by the end of this year. -"Minister Mike" -JOE LUIS VARGAS Joe Luis Vargas. 32, of Houston, passed away Wednesday. Jan. 30, 1991 following a lenglhY illness He was born July 14, 1958 in Mathis. Tx. He hved m Sandia for many years and was a 1975 graduate of the Orange Grove High School. Joe had been a residenl of Houston for 17 years, where he attended lhe University of Houslon and maiored in Biology. He was currently a Pre-Med sludent at the University of St. Thomas He had also worked as a graphic artist and was the owner of Vargas and company. Survivors include: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David and Irma Vargas Sr. of Sandia, two sisters, Delicia Vargas of Houston and Viola Blanco of Corpus Chris11, one brother, David Vargas J r. of Overland Park, Kansas. •·01d you ever know that you're my hero, you're everything I wish I could be, I can fly higher than an eagle when you are the wind beneath my wings. Fly high my httle man, fly h1gh:'-Love you, Bill Allen Memorial services will be held for Joe Vargas at Bering Memorial United Meth· od1st Church. 1440 Harold. Houston, Tx. at 2:00 p.m. Saturday. feb 16. In lieu of flow· ers, please send donations to: Mrs. Irma Vargas, Rt 1 Box 3A, Sandia. Tx 78383 auditions Little Video Productions, creators of "The Minister Mike Show;• is seeking people to participate in its second pro­duction. Michael Morrow, who put the original film together as a response to the controversial video "Todd's Greatest Regret;' said the second script is heavier on broad comedy and concentrates on the theme of censorship. Morrow said he ia looking for a "live Christian a udience" of about 20 people, and other new cha racters for the video. (To be included: an "angelic" looking young male, an all boy choii; dancers, singers and "women with big hair"). Some drag characters may also be need· ed, he said. "The audience will be very important in this show;· said Morrow. Jn this script, Minister Mike conducts healings and ex· plains why censorship ia important. Al­so included is a skit about a book burn­ing club-"Bum All Bad Books and Lyr- 1ca In Ga•oline for Jesus;· or "BABLH\G for Jesus:• Morrow said there will be broader com· edy and more obvious sight gag• in this script, apparently to avoid some of the confusion of the company's first offer· ing. Some viewers, said Morrow, took the satire senously, and other gay• ''with a deep faith" felt th at the s how wa• nega- TNV/lhe New Voice ISSUE!oJ· FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 11.og• Published F ndays Ut•blllNd 1173 .. the Hous1on MontrOM Siar ,.. •l•l>fiehed 1900 .. tN Houlton UontroM V0tee. 1~a1ing 1ftl tNN•w~C"'--•r ""'("'at Community Publishing Company 408 Avondale Houston, TX 77006 (713) 529-8490 365 Canal, suite 2300 New Orleans, LA 70130 Phone (504) 524-1408 Contents copynght 1991 Office hours. 9am-5:30pm Henry McClurg ~,,., W1fhem Felkner ott10 ~ Sheri Cohen Darbonne Houston «11t« 011n1 Anderwon'N"" °',..,,. e<>«lltot Tina Reedy N•• Ott .. ,. co-9dltor Jeff Probart N•• OrlHM ..,,.,.,..,nme111 «*fOf" SUBSCRIPTIONS< DISTRIBUTION Austin (512) 47M245 Houston f713) 529-8490 New Or .. ana (504) 524--3279 S.n Antonio !St2J 220-1833 -,.-0-V_E_R-Tl-SING'SALES DEPAR~ Tony Allwngflt/duector Austin (512) 4 78-4'245 Houston (713) 529-8490 New Orleans (5CMJ 524-3279 S.n Antonio (512) 226-1833 P0shAASTfA 59fld •ddr .. 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P-5; 40 Plympton St. Bostol' MA 02118 •pr ;r f7£ rrz.7-f P.1A JOS 12 TNV/THE NEW VOICE I FEBRUARY15-21, 1991 The New Voice recommends in Houston ... eFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 "Let Us Entertain You" weekend Go Texan Day Chinese New Year 301 Darts tourney llarn, Mary'e Hore d'oeuvree 6pm, Gentry 9-ball pool tourney 8pm, Paet Time Live band at Berry Hill Show lOpm, QT'e DJ Alan Webster, Atrium Go Texan Day contest 8pm, male review llpm, El J's After-hours Mary's CYTPoST RtC.HMCND eSATURDAY, FEBRUARY16 "Let Us Entertain You" weekend • Mug club 9am-noon, E1J's GEN ii','/ TV sporta noon-6pm, Gentry >- co Q:' .:;: FRI SAT 0 ti lU ~ 111 :i: ell Ci!. <r i2 IQ ~ lU ~ 0 !Jl"'"'I;. ... • {,,If t~--.-'t_-.'--~-."-_M_1s_,_1<_1fl_y_s- --#---'p,'-'-~~IF IC.. .,..,'"''~ .. co. 2303 RICHMOND 520-1861 Beer bust l-6pm, Mary's Liquor bash 4-7pm, Atrium Well drinks $1.25 4-7pm, Mug Club 4- lOpm, E/J's Cash pool tourney 5pm, Venture-N 9-ball tourney 8pm, Past Time Live band at Berry Hill DJ Alan Webster, Atrium Show lOpm, QT's After-hours, Mary'e eSUNDAY, FEBRUARY17 "Let Us Entertain You" weekend Pool tournament 4pm, eteak-n-taters 5pm, Gentry Happy hour l-6pm, Berry Hill Beer bust on patio l-6pm, eteak night 4-6pm, Mary's Pool tourney 2pm, Cousins Liquor bash 4-7pm, DJ Alan Webster Atrium ' Well drinks $1.25 4-7pm, Mug Club 4. lOpm, Buck Burgers 6-9pm, "Illusions '90" lOpm, E/J's "Burtrs & dawgs" 5pm, Venture-N The Best Little Happy Hour in Texas With Complimentary Hors d'Oeuvres Relax on the Patio and Meet New Friends SUN Eight Ball Tourney 4pm STEAK-N-TATER 5pm TUESDAY Talent Contest 10:30pm 5th Week Singers, Dancers, Actors, Instrumentalists, Comedians, Anything You Want $75 in Cash Prizes MC: Rikki O'Shea MANDlll WEDNESDAY Steak Night 6pm Male Dance Contest 10:30pm New Series MC: Rainbo de Kl own FEBRUARY 15-21. 1991 / lNV/THE NEW VOICE 13 E/J's Announces Monday Night Madness 9 to lOpm 50¢ Well, Draft & Schnapps Come Spend a Wild Hour with Ron Friday, Feb. 15, 8pm Come Celebrate Go Texan Day $25 to the Hottest FUN Cowboy -<'vl\t Party Time 2-Step Contest SPECIAL DRINK PRICES 2517 Ralph at Westheimer FRIDAY Male Review llpm MC: Lee Chardon THURSDAY & SUNDAY $1 Hantburgers 6pm ------- Illusions 90 lOpnt with Special Guests: Crystal Rae & Cody MC Rikki O'Shea Brucella Alicia Tranee Chardon Happy 7am-9pm Mug Club 4-10pm 1 20 oz. 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UNLIMITED PRIVATE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET AND ALWAYS GOOD VIBES . 16 lNVfTHE NEW VOICE I FEBRUARY 15·21. 1991 Happy hour noon-6pm, steak night 5· 9pm, BRB •MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 Presidents' Day (legal holiday) Locker special noon-midnight, Club Body Center "Coiffeur Shop Talk" with Carl 2· 6pm, Gentry Beer pitcher special 4-lOpm, Atrium TV comedy hour 9pm, Gentry Monday Night MedneSB 9-!0pm, 50¢ well, draft, •chnepps, E/J's eTUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 Hamburgers by Herman noon, Mary's Beer pitcher special 4·7pm, Atrium Room & locker specials 7pm·:lem, Club Body Center Pool league play 8pm. Gentry Pool tourney 9pm, Berry Hill C&W dance lessons. !Opm BRB Talent contest 10:30pm, E/J's eWEDNESDA Y, FEBRUARY20 Slop shot pool tourney I !em, Mary's Steak night 6pm. Reinbo's male dance contest IO::JOpm. E/ J's $1.50 well 4-llpm, Berry Hill Mele strip contest !Opm, QT's Your Stars HOROSCOPE FOR THE NEW VOICE Aries So you think you've found the man of your dreams-or are his dreams being shoved onto you? This 1s one time you should capitalize on your Intellect and make sure you're getting beck what you're putting in. You'•e such a dreamer, you know Taurus You're into solving the unknown this week-and don't be too surprised if you find out that the truth 1s not even close to what you had 1n mind Then you've always liked surprises. Gemini Why do you have to know what everything means when you know it always gets you into trouble? Don't be so Intense this week and just enioy yourself. Stop analyZ1ng why you're having a good time. You can recuperate from the fun you should be having some other time. so let people entertain you. Cancer People beyond your normal sphere are concerned about your future. Listen to them. If you get in any hot spots. they'll help you out and point you down the right road. Leo Concentrating on your new lines for spring and your appearance before you hit center stage again will do wonders. Even stars need to polish their lustre. And it's about time for that producer of your next show to call. The world's a stage·-you know- more than anyone else. Virgo Slow down. You're pushing too hard and too fast You'll finally get what you want. but 1t might take iust a little more time than you had planned. Even though you are experiencing heavy mood swings, concentrate on just yourself and you'll come through fine. Let others take care of themselves Libra So you've had a hard tome lately So what? Stop the spin now and grab hold of that someone waiting to take you on a different trip, and not 1ust around in circles Tenacious you've never been, but you might want to give 11 a try Nothing ventured. nothing gained Scorpio Your exc1t1ng weekend Jett you exhausted yet excited about a new acqua1ntence Take some time to relax and reflect on what really happened A new relationship could be in the works once you slow down your hectic social regimen FEBRUARY 15-21. 1991 / lNV/THE NEW \.QICE 17 p~ CONGRATULATIONS HOUSTON COUNCIL OF CL UBS for Your 18TH LET US ENTERTAIN YOU FEB. 15-17 SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY HOUSTON, TEXAS Coming Friday, Coming Next Feb. 22 Saturday & Sunday Feb. 23 & 24 ''BRB DOES DALLAS'' e Contests e Games e Prizes Check With Any Bartender For Detai Is r~<.~.'~'EC4(:'&/~ ·';.. . r } , . P'" 9:30pm Sat. - NASHVILLE RECORDING ARTIST J.T. Sagittarius In past weeks 1t seems you've been running around 1n circles Now that that's over, things seem to be falling into place. You are getting results from your efforts This week should give you some time to spend with someone you've been ignoring far too long. Capricorn This springtime weather is making you an 1mposs1ble dreamer, but you, above anyone. know that dreams can come true Concentrate on that special star this week. It might not be that out of reach. Go for 11! Aquaruis Okay, it's time to dance till you're wringing wet or go into a private room and scream-or make wild safe love-­anything to get control of this excess energy you've been feeling You're popping with vitality and people are attracted to you hke a magnet. En1oy. Pisces Although you are caught up in the erotic side of your nature, don't forget trose dreams you've always cherished. W1tr the right t1m1ng, you might be closer to your goals than you think. Houston THE PERSO­NALS 2220 (INDIVIDUAL) PERSONALS .Z3yr~d auracuve white lesbian &n -arch ol anoc.ber whit.t> 1 .. bWi who uuJ,y livH by the name .. leebtan" and do8n 'I swmg both waya. Come on beautifgl. I'm •aJUng for 1'.°" Ad 2S047 GV.M ID 30'• A!fecuonat.e-. profesa1onal, attraetlve, French active. 6'611 0 145. moullache, beard, mUKUlar, 1lender eeebtraimng compamona. Reply to Ad2"022. You an a alendft' to medn1m wei~ht. o!fccuonal< GM (25- 40) Yau would m)Oy a muculm•, l'l'ftl 1hape, tr, 170lbo affl(1.ionau. late 409 GM who knowa how to care Call or wn&e ad 25002. 20'S, CUTE AND WELL BUILT I'm 28, a poot. HIV' n~ahve, a romanllc, otJ boa I rock-... rolln. I bke the Mnaualily and ao&emmt of the "E<ke," tempered by traditional mono&amy and a poaJt1ve non· arrogant ad! anuranC't' St-nd reeponee to Ad 25007 ALITTLE ORA LOT GWM. ~ II ", ISS. Bnu Haul oyN, HIV negabve. Ltt'• .iart the new ynr off with a banC. rm • liule 0¥tt 40, a liUlo sraY My bou.r slu• filiu"' la a linle-lh•-. bat r .. rot a lot of lfmi}ea. a lot to offs. a lot to leem and lellcb, and a lot IO ohatt. I Ion art. theater. mUJC' and ahcpping a lot I like Ibo BRB and Paofic St rMt a aot. but love home. d.i.m lia:ht. and eoft muszc nm mott Wntt-ad~ ARE YOU GAY ANDREAD COMICS Social dub formmg ior SAY and leobian collectorl and readua. a.ply to Ad l\Vl·M AS YOU LIKE IT GW?.I. SI, vuy altractrff. healthy, enthuaiaatlC. Fr apen.. -b op«ial man IO ploaNSIH~ moUI velvet at the pare you &ove takte you to where JOQrlmeee ahake. WM curl and eyn roll back 1n your head. Totally relued and buale free ICelle. Y oar comp Irie releue is my total pleuun. lleply 10 Ad 20039, c. o The :..ew Vo1cr. ATI'ENTION ADVERTISERS A Remindft' that your ad muat be '"positive." Thal io, you ohould only dOICnbe that tralt.a that a potential parlDft' might have that you de.itt. There .. no need to deacnbe &he typr of prople you do ~ ar want to mttt. We try IO catch Iha when you place an ad, but 10metimce mtU. In that ~e: •e'll f'Cht your ad at the llme it ia typeset. Thank you AITENTION ADVERTISERS Thank you for the larse number of peroonal ada Many of you have ta.Ir.en u. up on our $19 year 1peoa1 However, you muat call ua nrry • "oeb 10 keep your ad ruruuna: tTbere aa no cbuae.) We mut. do lhia 10 keep Ibo penona)e accurau- and tu,,.ly Thank Y"" ATIEr--lION PERSONAL ADVERTISERS Have you recorded your prnonal ad? ,,,....,., i-;o CHARGE to gel )'WT penonaJ ad recorded m your actual VOIC('. Call the The ~·ew Voice at 629-8-190 and set your pauword. Enn if ck1n't reccrd your ptn0naJ. you may llLill have verbal Tdponeel •aitmg to br retnrved. But you 11 need your 4-d.ieit .-word IO &el thrm. ATI'ENTION -­SANTA'S HELPERS~ You muthan forgott.en to deliver one of my piueri.ta. I'm a GI\ M. 30, 67'. blond/ blue, moutache, 190 lbe., enJOy travelins. campms. walb on the beach. neru.ng• at home or a nisbt ouL I wu bopinf to unwrap lb.at special preMnt Chrittmu morning, but 1t mu.t have bttn left. on the alei1h. Reply 10 Ad 25078, cl o The ~ew Voioe. AITRACTIVE WHITE LESBIAN ii m R&rch cf another white l•bian who truly liv• by the name U.bian and doean 't ISWlftit' both waya. Come' OD beautiful, J'm -•itina for you. Reply 10 Ad 25047, cl o Th• l\ew VOtCe. ATIRACTIVE, EDUCATED, CLEAN CUT, PROFESSIONAL, well~dowed. outcoi.na, peat lilDM o( humor. non· 1molr:er1drup, excellent bee.Ith, HIV· necative. mAICUhne apJ>Mring-'10undins. tall. weiaht in proportion to height. He.U Nme(2<M5 yean old). EnJoy moviea. hikintr, oookins. computen, photosraphy, animate, kinr walb1talU, childttn, volunt.Hinn1, &.pond ...,th letter 10 Ad 25011. CHINESE, VIETNAMESE OR ORIENTIALS GWM, 50'a. 11 looltinc for • sood friend. ~onunnd Pl-call Mac 621 3949 befon 11 pm CHRISTIAN GWM, 82 -a. -ble aame or older• good lookina'' Don't ttmember when I bed a bone around my neck to aet the do1 to play with me. Well hung? C(lmpared to what? Happy, eelf· 1upport.in1, enJoy theater, church, dinner in or out, free of 1moke. drup, alcohol. No pi.ctunm. I need more than a Catt to talk IO. Reply IO Ad 25085.. cl o The New Vo1cr. CUPID, DO YOUR BEST Hey Cupid, brinl' me a man that I nn love ~ke hlm hand.ome and canng, .ameone­who can sive u much u they att pven and me 6'&", 220, 25 Y"" old. Brru bm. fun loving, profeu1onal GWM. Like mghta out aa well u evenmp m Reply to Ad 25077, c.. o The Ntw V01ce. DOMINATRIX WANTED I've been told domtnant women don't really Dist ucept ln fantuy maa1U1Dea. Well, I'm a .....,nably e:a:perimced ma.le submiu:1ve who want. to p-ove the akf'PUCI wron1. If your a dominant female .. or if you would like to ht-" pleaH cont.act me for further di8c'ua.wn. Tha. ta • 1mwnely honeat requNt. Reply lo Ad 25083. cl o The ~f"W Voace EXTREMELY HAIRY MEN WANTED By GWM CCKlple, mid and late 30'1, for aafe, hot 3 way•. We are­both profeu1onal and drug f\' .. and expect thr .. me. We prefer versatile &UY• 20--45.. Photo and phone number to occupenta, P.O. Ad 42445, Houllon 77242. Ad 25005. GAMERS NEEDED For Montrose RPG poup. Modern day my•bcal campaicn uan1 H•o System rul•. Variety o( 1mree incluchns X·men. No expenence nec.eary. Reply 10 Ad 25065, cl o The New ~oi~:.. __ _ GBFSEEKING FRIENDSHIP WITH OTHER GF Comt on other chacrete, carefree, mdrpendent fun-loving G~·. 1e1·1 be mendo. Where are you? l'iiot in I.he ban for ture. I bve in Soulhw•t HoUlton. I'm llrod of drivrne to Montroee area and CODUDC home 1till v01d of new fnendt. Write to me and let'• set qeth..-. Reo-d Ad 25067, cl o The New Votft!. GBM SEEKS AITRACTIVE GWMAS MONOGAMOUS PARTNER AUractive, mucuhne GBM.34 .... ba 1pecial GWM in my age range, who ii attractive, well built, uncomplicated and lmt!W• a 1ood thing when he_.. 1t. l am 6'11", 185 lbe. and a cl<creed prof-ional. If you arr that 1peciaJ GWM, do .. both of ue a favor and reapond to Ad 25010, cl o The Srw Voice. GET WHAT YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED If 11'1 a GWM, 29, tall, stable, attractive bottom (HIV neg.) who likeo IO be tenderly dommated, lovea dance muaic. d1rung out. mov1ea and romantic ev•ntnp at home Gnat een..- of humor mll'IU1eent. hontwt and a non-1moker. Photo appreciated. All ages ... 1come. Ad 507-1'79, t:.I o The New Voice. GWI' SEEKING LIFE MATE GWF, early 30'a. Chriatian, "'8ble. J 'm a non-smoker. non· drinks, honMt. ed.! a ... a.re. powth onented and capable of pbywical and nnotional mbmaey J'm aeekin1 mmilar Gf' for long tam.. monoeamous relationatup. AU re.ponaee arawered Phone I. photo appreciated 1( po1aible. Roply 10 Ad 26092. cl o The New Voicr. GWF, 23, FUN LOVING AND ENERGETIC Beeb a 1pecial lady to apend ti.me and fun with I do not 1111olr:e or tab druga, prt(er pme. 1\red of empty. m•nin1I•• relationehipe. Send me a photo and dtlleribf. your penonahty. Reply IO Ad 250/<6, cl o The PAST~TIME ·~COCKTA I L LOUNGE" 617 Fairview Houston 529-'4669 Relax in a Quiet and Friendly Atm.o.s.p.h e re Keoki Kona at t he Organ 6.-.S.p.m Thursday. Bpm Dort Tourney Saturday, Bpm 9-Boll Tourney LJS.H.'".1Z.£S OPEN NOON TO 2AM IB lNV/THE NEW VOICE I FEBRUARY 15-21. 1991 New Votce. d.rua free and a non· GWF,23,FUN 1mok• Pl1&11 write LOVING AND and tell me about younelf. Roply IO Ad ENERGETIC 25017. leeka • 1peciaJ lady to HANDSOME, 1pend time and fun with. I do not smoke or HEALTHY& take drup. prefer MUSCULAR 1ame. Tired of empty, GWM. brown hair, hr/ meanin1leM ey• ~. other• who re)alion.1hip1. Send me want a friendlhip a photo and deecri be and l or to build into a your pertonality. Reply poeaible relation1lup. 10 Ad 25089, cl o The Send photo and phone ~ew~~c.!:. -- 10 Ad 25041, cl o The GWMSEEKS New Voice. FRIENDSHIP & COMPANION· IT'S REALLY SHIP JUST BLACK I'm a GWM. 42. 6'10", AND WHITE ll!O Ibo. I'm HIV GWM, 42. profeu1onal, negative, d:rua frtt and attractive, rqular &'UY. a profsaional who ia dark blond hau and lookinc for eomeone mouatache. dark blue who W lS.25, white. ey•, 6', 162 Ibo., tnm. HWpanic or Oriental. ft~ healthy, HIV but moat be d.Utcrete. I nq:ative, politically enjoy dinnen in/ out, lib.al would like IO the theater. lee'in1 meet reuonably .how*. aood 1lmilar GBM for conversation. enjoyina IOCiahzin&. trieru:llhip the outdoon, quiet and maybe more. eveninp at home. I'm ~ply 10 ~d 20066. aeeking new frirndl to LOOKING FOR 1han lheee i.ntere11ta. INTELLECTUAL Reopond 10 Ad 26073. AND PHYSICAL cl o The New Voice. GWMSEEKS STIMULATION? lamaGWM, SAME prof-ional, 37, (>'9", Attractive, enersetic, 165, well-built, huna, ou1&01ng GWM, 6'9'', HIV-: intereeC.. include 12.'i Ibo., oeeb •me, e:l ... ital muS1c, '.»27, for excitin1 workina out. travel. timee. PJeue .. nd cook.ins I want to photo with a notfo frc.m meet other bnl(ht. younel( and what you muculine, tn-.hape are loo lung for. KWP mm. 00.-40 for aood m mind I wiJJ be tunes and pm1ible di.crete in cont.actinl' r.lallonehip. Write you. AU HT'IOua wtth photo and phone reepon.m will be to Ad 25066, cl o The anawend Roply IO Ad New Voice . 20643. c/ o The N .-w Voicr. LOOKING FOR GWM, 51, SEEKS SOMEONE FRIENDSHIP SPECIAL AND ROMANCE I am GV.'M. 26, II.able, ireat attaudt', but not I have. blue eym, hr concieted, with above hair, 6'1 "", eDJoy averqe loob, metaphyau:w, astrology mdowmmt. Reply and numerology. I am with rt<'e!'lt photo. Qf'~ HOUSTON 608 Westheimer 529-8813 Male Dancers Lona clean hair ia a FOR ROMANCE plua. Ad 25008, c/O I'm a WM, attractive ~New ~!ce_. __ penon in 1ood hee.llh LOOKING FOR (HIV neeative) with an outcoina penonality. THE NEEDLE I'm a non-11Dok•, INTHE enJOY weiaht-bftins, HAYSTACK walltinc. 1porta, all Attractive GWM, 36, outdoor activibee decre«i profeaional, (e1pecially 1ardening). 6'1", 176, non-emoker, I am .eek.ins new mucuJine, exerc*- friendt who would rerularly, very 1hare eome of lheH independent wit.h int.ereei.. Ad 25012. warm pereonality. PROF.DWM, Seeltinc GBM, J0.40, health and appearance 5'5", 148, OVER conacioua, mucuhne 58, NOW and 1ure o( himaelf. SEEKING Not lookins for an meamnaful fnendlhip Adonil, jU1t &'UY ne:ll wit.h mature, rently door. IC you're in a ac&'f'H&ive, t.ab· hayatack and want to charae. clean<ut be found. pleue GWM. 60'1, wantina a reapond IO Ad 25010, ch.creel, playful clo- The- Ne-w V-oice. companion in hi• life. MOUNTAIN Have varied intereell includina cook.ins. BIKING weekend outinp, GWM, ••. want.I to Mcluded evenmp. meet other GM into antiqu•, comedy mountain biking (non· theater. mcwe. Open motoriud) (or eveninr mrndl'd, willina to and wttkend ridee. I explore (or nf'W ride m01tly Ho Chi ple&1W'91, pla~. Minh. Off·roed only, MonQlamoua. not no city 1treet ridina. promi1Cuou1. Want a Lttter w I phone quality playmate? appreciated. Reply to Send pie, letter, phone Ad 25062. cl o Th• to Ad 25074, cl o Th• New Voice. New Voice. OUR INTREPID ROBERTJ. HERO SEEKS RYNEARSON ANOTHER Your famtly ie worried MAN!! & anxiou1 to hear from Spaceman Spif!, that you Pl-..e call your darins. coura1eou•. dad collert at 237-6221 and IOmetimee Jonely or your brother Larry hero, Heb anoth• at 963-38!>4 cngle, cute guy GWM, 2·t hand.c>me, cu.t.e, SEEKING HIV6, healthy, 5'7", YOUNGER HO lbe, lt brown1blue MALE FOR eye., 1mooth. and COMPANION· loves to smile! SHIP& Spaceman Spiff ll now off aeam into the vut POSSIBLE unlr:nc.wn. Will Sp1ff RELATIONSHIP ever find true GWM. 64. 6'8", 215 'love?'??????"? Reply to lbe .• cut, Houston area Ad 25027. Gret-k bottcim, active OUTDOORS- French, profNa1onal, et>eh employt'CI GM. MAN LOOKING :1)'•30'1, Gre-ek tup, MR. GQ SONNY Monday Thru Friday 5Pm to 8Pm Shows Friday & Saturday 1 OPm female Impersonators Male Dancers NO COVER $ave All Day Every DaY A VS 1:e~; $1 u FEBRUARY 15·21, 1991 / lNV/THE NEW VOICE 19 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ... Naturally HOUSTON Home of Sundance Cattle Company Where the Bartenders Come to Party! Let s tintertai • • Registration: Eriday 9pm-Midnight Saturday Morning J:Oam HAPPY llillii.. HOURS ,, Morning: ?am-Noon Afternoon: S-9pm ~ · ·' 't · SUNDANCE CATTLE C0~1PA N Y HOUSTON. TEXAS SI Schnapps Always AFTER ~1 0l.JR5 2am to closing Friday & Saturday (coffee, 1u1ces, sodas & Artesia) Plus-Live D J During After Hour~ 20 lNV/THE NEW VOICE ' FEBRUARY 15-21. 1991 fRfNCtt 527-0782 HOUSTON All Male Cinema presents Midnight Matinee Special Sunday thru Thursday Midnight till Closing Admission S4 with membership Thursday Matinee Friday & Saturday llam-3am $4Al/Day Monday-Thursday llam-lam with Sunday lpm-lam FEBRUARY IS-21. 1991 / lNV/THE NEW YOICE 21 22 TNV/™E NEW VOICE I FEBRUARY 15-21, 1991 acun Frencli. All BOTI'OM SENSITIVE Me: GWM, 3S, 6', 170 direct. If the adveruaer ncn conawl.....t. hairy Me: WM, top, LATIN MEN Ibo medium build, hu a 6-disit ad TWO HANDS a plua. For profeaa1onal. multt WANTED brown hAll' and eyes, numbtt 1tartin1 with FULL mmparuonahip, da11ng argumic. non-smoker, hea.lthy professional 25. then you ran wnce of lean, muacular 12 andpou>ble attractive,, shy. 5'1 l •. F"or a pcem.ble You: must be SWC fan. to that number, cl o y.o. bl, b~ been!, rdauonshlp. S.nd 170 Ibo., br rr. 3T r.latton1h.Ip. Mgat b1te auut thrive on football The~" .. Voice. •OB ~·10" f:Ccentric, acldnu & phone, wQt. dean cut. HIV to kiaa. caddie. be!- and other major Avondale. Houaton. conurvative. domestic. photo appreaated. All negauve, eena1tJ.ve, vera«Lti.e-, mto .a!e- eex, 1port.1. good •hape and TX 77006. W 011 Loyal and al!ectionate. anawend. IWply to Ad amooth. defined body. ho goud locking, healthy non-1moker, forward your lettu Dedicaied profeea1onal. 25091, c o The New Prefer aecu~ maacu.hne- and li&:ht drinker, non- unopened at no charge. weU educated. &sually V01ce profeu1onal noo- romantic. Am tall barfly Race, etted, a&•• OR for 95C/ min., you intense, a little twi•ted. SEEKING: A amolr.en •-ith 111nooc.b Caiun, GWM, ;U yn. unimportant. Reply to can call 1·90(H54.J003, Seeks older, taller fit SINCERE, muscled bodies. Long old, black hair, eyes Ad 25097. punch in acctl9• rode husband. I hke hair, Hispanics, and mouatache. 2S, li.a~n to \he handaome me-n. not FUNNY, redheads and sen•itive Seriou• men need only TO ANSWER A advertiser'• actual pretty boya. Daddy HONEST, bodiee are all tum on1. respond Wlth phone, The New Voice voice, and leave a typee welcome, beard. AFFECTIO- Photo apptt<Ulted. letter and or p1ctu~ PERSONAL voice mftlaage (with hairy a plu1. Mu•t NATE. HIV Reply to Ad 25002 • ., o Reply to Ad 25«>4. cl o If the advertiser hu your phone number) IJO have 1imilar qualitie1 The~ew Voice. Thr New Voice. his ph<me number in the advertiaer can call u above. No amoke, NEGATIVE SENSUAL YET SPORT the ad. lhen call him you back direct. drup, alrohol, or ~maammma GJma1~mma 1111111111111111 MANTOMAN•ONETOONE FANTASY CONNECTION 1-900-535-MATE (THAT'S 1-900-535-6283) 1-900 Leave your own Fantasy, Call 212-753-0046 HOT- 6900 s1 S*' min., S2 the lot. MAN TALK THE WAY YOU LIKE IT! 1-900 535-4MEN (?llATS 1.000.~) Ol\'E-ON-ONE INSTANT CONTACT' (TIIATS l----~900) REAL MEN NO ACTORS HOT ACTION $1 pef "''"­$ 2 ll'te It~ IT'S GETTING HOT! UNCENSORED MALE CONFESSIONS HOT TALK ON 1-900-230-BEAR (THATS 1-900-230-2327) MALE TALK THE WAY YOU UKE TO HEAR IT! 1-900-346-TELL (THATS 1-900-346-8355) MEN TO MEN TEIL IT UKE IT IS! LEAVE YOUR OWN CONFESSION Call 1-212-754-6454 S1 I* l'Wn.. $2 the rnt 1-900 1-900 HOT- 646- MALE HARD (THATS 1 900-468~25JJ (THATS 1-900-646-4273) JUST THE WAY TELEPHONE YOU LIKE /Tl J.O. ACTION 1-900 535- 1990 ALL MALE AU THE TIME s1a1n1n...Uhtll"ll oolorne. Reply with man who'• not into lettn of intro. photo role playm{l. prefened. to Bo:r. 636- comfortable with both E. cl o The Nf'W Voice. top/ bottom. You like UNIQUELY yourulf. Plealk' reply with nttnl photo to DIFFERENT Ad 25090, "' o The HIV 6 New VoiCt'. Positive-. maaculine, WANTED: hairy, huK1able bear 41, 6'~ '. 165 Ibo., JO AFFECTIO-waist. Educated, NATE, HIV 1table, Scorpio. quiet, NEGATIVE, home body. Enjoy occaaional outing• at GWM,TOP the Ripcord and Affectionate GWM, top eveninp at home. wanted for friend11hip Smoker. Stth and dating. rm GBM. intelligent, at.able. 3 1, 5'8", 142 Ibo. I'm drug free and expert trim, almOlt together the aame in GWM THREO BOAMC K - I~ Private Fantasies Steamy Baek Room. Aetion 1-900 535-6969 To Leave Tuur Own Fantasy Call 1-212-754-6454 S1 p., min.,S21hef1r1l GBM pml!l'll IUY with alender to aver•1e build. A clean livin1 friend to enjoy weff.endt on Pacific St.. would be great. Reply to Ad 25009, cl o The New Voice. WEALTHY COMPANION WANTED Me: WM, veraatile, prof .. ional, allractive, 31, 6 ft. and HIV negative. Prefer eecure, wealthy prof.,ional into leather-au and other fantatiee. Goal i.1 for HCUre relationelUp baeed on ohar<d interee:tl and goala. Photo appreciated... Reply to Ad 2.5060, cl o The New Voice. WELL DEFINED IN BODY AND MIND &eekl warm, et.able, intelli1ent man 30- eomething, who can atimulat.e the mind and body of thia healthy, playful 40 yr, old, 6'2", 175 Ibo., man Drop a line and let me hear from you. Ad 25080, cl o The New Voice. WHERE HAVE ALLTHE SHORTER GUYS GONE I'm a decent, educated but 1horter than average (5'4"), 38 year old GWM with a wide range of 1ocia1 and eexual intere1ta. Seekin1 a aimilar individual u a friend, Tm: HOTTEST& SEXIEST tto .\1A~CE sTORH:S EVER llEAHll (j)Hom.anc.·t.• on the ran(•h ®Hot romance Tt.•xu., ,f\· lt._· (j)llol stud romanl'C.' @Special romanc.·t• of 1 ht• <la, 1-900 ~ 535-STUD S2 rwr minutr/ you mual be 18 companion, and perhape a mate. Tired of bar tliea and game playera. Let'• meet and IH what happen.a. Reply to Ad 25000. 6'4'', well·huilt 1uy, dark hair, blue eyea lookin1 for a M / F oouple to ahow me the ropea. Expenence in bi· auuality fir•t conaideration. Send photo, phone and ehort reply to Ad 25094, cl o The New Voice. AH- ad.I in th.ii --- category ahould be atrictly individual to individual. 1'o mm.mercial offeri.np. Nothing for aale. No promotione. Nothing to gtve away. Bi WM,36, hand.tome, muscular enJOYI B&:D pleuuree. Would like to meet thoee with 1imilar intel'Hll for daytime encounten. Couplee, malet, femalet or TS. Eapecially like v~ry amooth and dominante FE.BRUARY IS-21, 1991 / lNll/THE NEW YOICE 23 typee.. U-=r1be youreelf and int.erelta and mclude phCtne. Reply to Ad 25<M9. c/ o Montr~ Voior. Bi-WF, 28 attractive, en1oye leather and B & 0 would lib t.o meet Bif'/ GF. Js.:!S with aimilar in~t.e for frienct.hip and decadent pleuure9. I)ffcribe yourllelf and pleasure• and include photo. Reply to Ad 2S031, cl o The New Voice Creative Plaaa, attractive GWM, 5'11"' 165 Ibo .• forty· eome.thina. in good ahape, mentally and physically. My intenllta run the gamut. Fant.uyl eecurity, independence/ aupport, laughter/ tears. Oeairee attractive GWM, 28-45, mature, but capable of boyiah cha.rm. to explcire and cherilh the wonden of living and loving Reply with phooe ft , photo a mu.It! to Ad 25093. cl o Th• New Voice. GHM ~ .ome one to be fnenda A: a ~ible relabooeh.ip rm 6'1"", brown ey•, brown hau, en1oy life • havinc fun. Ti.red of bar .cene. Want ..,mrone to communiC"8.le' with about vanot.ll tubjecta. Someone who can be honemt. thoughtful & nol play 1ram•. Will #1 IN THE USA! 1-900-646-4646 • "Talking Personals" in over 25 Gay Categories • Meet Nice Guys for Dating and Friendship • Meet Hot Guys that like to get REAL WILD! • Fun-Safe-Easy to use-Open 24 Hours Ga) owned and op<rated· $2 mm. \lo.., info, (305>565-«55, bt: 1387 in your area • Separate connccfions in your area code • Bulletin Boards • Dateline I Introductions • $2.00 Per minute 3 6 .. -II • ... FmN-lillYS 4 a 9 7 ••••• • CD • I I I I I I I I I ein 100-- yo\l 11ve the 118.Dle. Enjoy 1oin1 to dinnen. mo\.;•, muMum. ahoppna Sex i9 not number one priority. Deina able to communicau &. hone1ty art numbrtr one. Rf.ply to Ad 250!>7. GW female, hon•t and open, want• friendehip, companion1hip, poeeible lifemate relation.hip, with a mature 30'•plu1 En1oy1 campinf, fi1hin1, •port.I, theater f movies, qwtt n·eninp at home, Cit W dancin1 A romantic at heart enjoy1 90ft &: tender, aa .. eu u li1h1 bondage. leathf'ff la~ and toy1 for api«'. Pleuare i9 sivina and TA 24 lNV/THE NEW l.QICE I fI.BRUARY 15-21, 1991 recel.vina (wh.n al'l'H:ableJ but not limitf'<l to thil lat. J am a IOcial drinker and a non·amoktr, not mto dru.p. 6'3" and ni~. Wn"' IOOn and 1end picture and ph(lne ft. Lft'1 have coffee and He what happena. Satin Doll. Ad 26019. cl o The New Voice. GWM couple in Humble area 1eeb GWM or GBM in .ame area for 3rd party fun timM. Both are HlV nea. No drup. Expect the ume. B1·1l'xual rmn we1oome. Reply to Ad 25095, c/ o Th• New Voice. c"WM nadiat-;;uple want t.o meet othf'I' oouplee and a1n1le1 for weiekend tnp11 W Hippie Hollow and other acll.vtUea. Reply to Ad 25099 GWM, 25, 6'10''. brown/ haul. 170 Ibo., HlV niP&ative, non 1moker. Attracttve and 1hy student in proff.elional area enjoy• C&:W and Rock mu.ic. 8eriou• weight liftin1, dinin1. dancing, home cooking, ouidoon. evenings out u well aa home. Levi•&. oowboy1. Looking for muculine GWM 25-36 with eim.ilar intere1t•. eepecially in fitneaa area. Current photo a plua but not neceaary. Reply to Ad 25098 GWM:-40, brown. brown. moustache, ahm .... u. GM, S&SO, preferably with body and/ or facial hair. llotky OK. for dat.in& and poNible relation.1hip. Send photo and lrtter to Ad 26023. GWM, 41, attractive, ~ucated 1table. prof .. ional with traditional lif•tyle, dru1 fr .. and HIV negative. Vaned int.ere.I.I includinc the art., movie-. and outdoor• .eeking- 10meone atuacuve and down to earth for datmg and po1aible relation1hip. Reply to Ad 26079, cl o The New Voice. GWM,l>(J'a, pro( .. 1onal, 1table. lteda sood life. loolun1 for eomeone to ahart' inter•l.I. Comfortable homf' near North lmtide Loop. Att you employed. drue frtt and rtady to experwnce a real TALKING PERSONAL ADS ARRANGED BY AREA CODE CALL TODAY, MAKE A DATE TONIGHT! DIAL IN YOUR AREA CODE GET ADS FROM MEN IN YOUR LOCAL AREA- NOT FROM ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY! RECORD YOUR OWN PERSONAL AD TODAY AND MEET MEN IN YOUR LOCAL AREA TONIGHT! lll~t!lma~m li~~m~mmam 1111111111111111 FEBRUARY 15-2L 1991 / TNV/THE NE:W VOICE 25 pen •n. Reply to Ad leather, derum. 25068. uruforma, oowboy1, tall GWM, 6', 174 Ibo., 34, boot&. boot play Aloo HIV6 1Hlrin1 a new lik• movis, travel, partner to 1hare a wide workina out. belna variety of interNta active. Seeb eood with. Plr&M write with look.ins 11i.m or recf'nt photo and mUKular man, ao-.55, phone. Rtply to Ad any race, with 1imilar 250H:l, cl o The New adjectivee and Voice intforeete. Reply to Ad GWM. proftuional, 39, 25081, cl o The New Voice. HIV nee .• 5'7", hairy, 1tocky, mu¥Cular build. Starting a new life, in Nun·1moker, no drup. a new year, in a new Tired of ban and house. Seeking people who ban no mtelliaent, een1itive, a:oala lll hf~. l.oolunQ' profeNional GWM for a fatherly typt whoee interelta inc1ude with the 1ame values, cla•ical mulic, age not important. My mov1•. eood food and pt'f'ference ii 110meone SoOd wine to aha.re in wbo bu a lot of body the adventure. Send hair. Dewled leuer letter & photo to Ad appncialed. Reply to 25084. c/ o The New Ad 25096. Voice. Lonely, 3:2 yr. old-, -- Stubborn, arroeant. blonde/ blue eyed, puehy I bitchy t pixie- 5"7", 160 lb .• butoh, ~aomellune. mcarcerat.ed man '"Heuu5T',-b eHkt conwpondence imacinative, brisht, with anyone who pretty fun-lovins bi or wwh• to write. Will GWF. I am alao witty, re1pond to all MalJ.ve, lleopond to' Robert underwt.anctin1, •·oanny'' Banb drvot.ed, cute and 11531176, PO Box 1200, lonely. Lookin&' for a Roeharon, Tx. 77583. 1pecial friend, maybe more, with a lalte for Profeuional gay wh1te the unwrual who male couple aeeka doei;n't hate kide, 1table GW1" couple for partying, leather, travel and friendahip. activi&ta, writ.en or We are -to and 30, long, wordy personal auradive. Kf>kina ada. Send photo/ 11milar. R~ply Lo Ad phone Lo Ad 25076, cl 2501:1 o The New Voic.. Prof,..•ional GWM. 30, WM. 6'4" 11hm, .J9. 6'6'', 160 ready to iaolely interested in m1oy hfe with vitality. KiVUlM' unrec:iprocat«I HIV pmit1ve with a Fre-nch. Muat be 1lim. healthy outlook and Vf'I')' tmooth, pl~ 7"0 attitude lo nae ahove. I eemi-dominant. Prefer en.ioy all cultural clean eel-, professional punu1t. u wtll u typr (foxy TV very beina •·lth a 1peaal •·elcomed) 1eek more 1omeone and 11prt1dine diver8lfied fun with quality time alont" M Fcplli or TS. Am tc:ctther. Am 11Mkmg a 1uper clnn, di.Helt' profeuional GWM 25- J.5 dnia free. exp<'d. Nme. po11 neg for IWply to Ad 25088, ct o frimdah1p n.nd the The New Voice. ch11nce l-o build a poe1ttve canng one on GWM, 51, TALL one relauonehip. Reply GOOD Lo Ad 2&064. c o The LOOKING, New Yoke, STABLE P-;:f .. ional GWM, 40, PROFESSIONAL ,., 100 lb., brn, srn. "Daddy" type with Sood look.me. HIV·, lnm beard, dark ttable, Niucat.ed, non· thinnin1 hair, hu 1moktr, no drug•. many tntereata. lovee affectionate, play1 to travel. liv• in .. re. l.1ktF m11 11.ae, Heiehta area, want.a Lo meet attractive, inteJliaent, eenauou. men under 40 for friendehip, adventue, romance and poMi ble relat:icmehip. Ple&M write and U-11 me about youne-lf Reply to Ad 250'21 Houston THE PERSO-NALS 2240 (COMMER-CIAL) PERSONALS HOUSTON MASSEURS! TRADE OUT WITH ME! Call Thom of Houeton, 523%77. Aboolutely no cu.ne~ ~volved. NETWORK IS FORMING FOR FUTURE GAY FATHERS Small, informal 1upport network for l•Y men CONlidenng parenthood ii now meeting on a monthly bui•. Open t.o all gay mt-n mU>re.ted in alternative mrlhoda of fatherhood, eu<"h u aurro&'&<'y, adoption. etc. For information, f'f"ply to Ad 25056, c/o The New Vou-e. Houston THE PERSO-NALS 2280 MODELS, ESCORTS Affordable •treu reduction. $35 10, $45 out. Day calla available, Phom• f>ZS. 61!.!M. bf.fore l lpm, &Hk for Danny Delicious, dtlightful Dial (71J) 629-3970. 1''or ma11aaea by lic.n...d m...-urw •nd mueru ... , 8"f' -clH»in 2145. "Mu.aae'" on ourMontroH Cluaifieda' paae. Hot man, hot tub. Europt'an Mlaion Total relaxation. David. Healthy, chtcr."!_L (7_1_3) 666:_9373. Incredible eeneual NMion by handaome 26 yr. old. WM. Total fulfillment MU&ranteed. 781-6112. Need an ;;;rt? c.ill Bear Cub,_78ltl218. Relax. Warm oil. 785- 24 HRS. SERVICE By Patrick. 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