Author(s)Washington Blade, Inc.et al
KeywordsNewspapers--Gay newspapers--Gay press publications--Gay press--Gay rights--Gay community--Sexual minorities--Log Cabin Republicans--Clinton, Bill, 1946---Dole, Robert J., 1923---Gay Journalists--United Nations--New York (City)--Sex-oriented businesses--Zoning--United Methodist Church--Foundry United Methodist Church (Washington, D.C.)--Coming out (Sexual orientation)--ACT UP (Organization)--AIDS activists--Vaid, Urvashi--Cammermeyer, Margarethe, 1942---Villanueva, Chea--Prince, Albert, 1883-1934--Swimming--Softball--Sports
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AbstractAn independent newspaper serving the gay community. This edition features articles on Gays attending the Million Man March and their experiences, President Clinton announces support of ENDA, GOP leaders retain ban on funding partner's law in D.C., President Clinton's church, Foundry United Methodist, votes to become a 'reconciling congregation', International Gay journalists and persecution, United Nations panel hears accounts of international gay discrimination, New York City officials and Gay community face off over zoning laws and how they would affect sex businesses, Felony charges dropped against ACT UP members over 'office seizure' of San Francisco Republican Party Headquarters, Senator Bob Dole's reversal of a accepting donation from the Log Cabin Republicans, Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer and her experience of coming out and being discharged from the military, review of Urvashi Virginiaid's book Virtual Equality, review of Chea Villanueva's book Jessie's Song, review of a biography of Prince Albert Victor, review of the play 30,000 Pigs Roamed the City running in New York, London based website's collection of art about AIDS, D.C. Aquatic Club's success at the 7th International Gay and Lesbian Aquatic in Montreal, Washington Softball team takes first place in the B Division of the mid-Atlantic Invitation Class Tournament (MAGIC).
Volume 26, Number 42