xt70k649rv0r https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt70k649rv0r/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 198309 This collection contains newsletters produced by the Lexington, Kentucky based Pride Community Services Organization. Included are publications from the organization through multiple name changes, such as LinQ magazine (July 2013-2016); the GLSO (Gay and Lesbian Services Organization) News (August 1986-June 2013); the GSO (Gay Services Organization) newsletter (1979-July 1986). Accession number 2016ms055. newsletters  English Pride Community Services Organization Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Pride Community Services Organization publications LGBTQ community--Kentucky LGBTQ culture LGBTQ newspapers Gay men Lesbians Bisexual people Transgender people Sexual minorities Gender identity Drag culture GSO Newsletter, September 1983 text GSO Newsletter, September 1983 1983 2019 true xt70k649rv0r section xt70k649rv0r N EWS L -- 9 '1’
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? tISI den t Ifil m efigagg Keith Elston, President
For the past several months, I have been pushing toward more media attention for the gay
community. I have received many congratulations but I have also received many complaints.
Many feel that by pushing G80 and the gay community as a whole out into the open, I am at
the very least making them feel uncomfortable attending GSO gatherings and, at the most,
endangering their reputations, their jobs, and even their lives. Though I respect their
right to have these feelings, I have to respond by saying that they are largely unfounded

During the recent Gay Pride observance I was told that a number of people refused to at—
tend because they were afraid of being seen and/or harrassed. Gay Pride Week was, de—
spite these people, a major success. There was only one incident(of a person driving by
with his girlfriend waving a rather limp wrist at us that could even vaguely be considered
harrassment. That was the first incident which has ever eccured in the more than nine
years that GSO has been in existance.

To be quite honest, I am beginning to feel that many of the people who stay away from these
things are just looking for some excuse to pin their own problems on, whether it be an un—
easiness with their sexuality, a personal grudge against someone in the organization or
simply the need to find fault with everything.

V I am sick to death of hearing people bitch about GSO doing this or not doing that. The
people who gripe the loudest and the longest are also the ones you never see doing anye
thing productive for the organization or the community. They have what they consider to
be'the answer"to all of what they perceive to be wrong with the gay community but they
want to see someone else implement it. They don't want to get involved. They don't want
to be seen or heard. They don't want to take a stand for anything they believe in——even
their own civil and human rights. It reminds me of Mayor Teddy Burnside in the old tele—
vision series "Carter Country”. Whenever a crisis arose, Teddy was good at figuring out
what should be done and then ordering everyone else to "handle it, handle it!" then hid-
ing in his office while everyone tried to figure out how his plans could work.

We all have that office, or in our case, our closet to hide in from time to time and we
all hope someone else will ”handle it", but as long as we continue to hide from others,
we hide from ourselves as wello We deprive the nongay community a chance to get to know
us as human beings, to value our accomplishments, to respect our right to exist. Worse
yet, we deny ourselves the right to pride, self—esteem and dignity.
We will continue to work for more media exposure because we feel that that is one of the
best ways of dispelling myths, misconceptions and stereotypes about gays and lesbians.
We will begin to implement community service programs (i.e. the Community Kitchen, etc.)
to show people we are interested enough in this city to help it thrive. And soon we will
start educating community leaders on the importance of establishing an ordinance that truly

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The 1983 Miss Gay Lexington Pageant will be held on Sunday. September 4th at
the Seraton Inn Lexington South.
The theme for this year's pageant is The Black and the White. All persons in I’
attendance are asked to wear black and white outfits. (No jeans or tennis shoes
allowed) Prizes will be awarded to members of the audience deemed to be wear-
ing the best black/white outfits.
This year the pageant includes a dinner with the admission price of $10.
Dinner will be served at 6:00 P.M. and the show will begin at 7:00 (Cost for
the show only be $8) a Contestants will be judged in casual and evening attire;
black/white attire ,'4 female interview and talent. Tickets are available at
the Bar.
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continue to bemoan the publicity. ' evenings. Instead; we will
all I can say is to participate ADVERTISE! begin operating it on Tues—-
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By Donny Royse
As the time for the next Miss Gay Lexington pagaent draws near it seems appropriate
to devote space to a topic that is controversial in general and in particular within
the gay community in Lexington. That topic is female impersonation.
As one who performs in female impersonation I have had the experiences of being on
both sides of this issue. Since I began performing it has become increasingly tiring
to hear people who are supposedly honest and open about their.gaiety downgrade im—
personators. There is an almost alarming aversion to impersonation on the part of
certain members of Lexington's gay community.
Rather than elaborate on this point I have asked the editors of THE GSO NEWSLETTER
to make available the substance of an editorial that appeared in THE ADVOCATE last
month. It was written by the publisher, David Goodstein, and concerosfémale imper-
sonation and why gay communities should learn acceptance, What is stated contains
much of merit - for if one cannot accept a different facet of the gay community, then
one cannot complain about non—acceptance from the straight community.
A few weeks ago, I saw a wonderful As I sat watching the show in Las Vegas,
drag show in Las Vegas, "The Laven- what struck me was the courage of the
der Follies" at the Fremont Hotel. performers. In the face of massive so;
I realized how much agreement I cietal disagreement, these men were car-
had given to the consideration a~ rying on a theatrical tradition of great
bout drag that makesit embarras- age and power. Then I remember it was
sing to many gay men. I was drag queens who had led the fight at
ashamed of my own embarrassment. Stonewall and many other places. Drag
queens have courage. Many closeted clones
Nongay people are much less em- who wear their 501s a few nights a week,
barrassed and have fewer "neg— and hide their gayness the rest of the
ative" emotional charges on time lack courage. They often hide out
drag as we do. Nongay members of in gay ghettos rather than tell their
the audience in Las Vegas thor— families about their lifestyles.
oughly enjoyed the comedy of the
men in "Lavender Follies"; they What is masculinity? And why is it bad
also appreciated the artistry, for a man to look effeminate? Certainly
the costumes and the skill of the courage is a Large part of the answer to
more serious performers. Nongay the first question, and the only answer
audiences have thoroughly en— to the second is a belief that women are
joyed recent motion pictures in— inferior. We have internalized a very
volving drag, including Tootsie, stupid set of consideraticms about gender,
Victor/Victoria and La Cage aux or we wouldn't be so embarrassed by drag.
folles, I and II. The belief that masculinity is the same
as violence pervades our culture, gay as
Conventional gay political wisdom well as nongay. Men are the ones most
avers that drag demeans gay males victimized by this belief. The belief
because it supports the stereotype that women are inferior and/or weak is
of gay men being effeminate. Of even more destructive. It permeates most
course gay men are not effeminate, cultures on the planet. Neither belief
at least not most of the time. is even vaguely truthful. .
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One truth.about many of us is that The estimated 500 gay teachers in the
at one time in our lives we were Broward Co., Florida school system are

' Sissies. We were Often ridiculed credited with changing the collective
for it. When we grew up, we chose bargaining representative for teachers .
compensate for our sissyhood, may— and other employees. Two teachers' unions
be overcompensate is more accurate. were competing for support and certifia
That is human of us. Nevertheless, cation as bargaining representatives.
I wonder about the terrible cost to The then certified union did not advocate
our our community that results from m a gay rights position as part of its'
our hiding our sissyhood. Certainly, contract terms. In the election the chal-
a substantial part of our humor is enging union took a pro—gay position and
repressed at great loss to our self- ousted the old group.
expression. I have seen grown gay
men so uptight about appearing the This political clout of gay teachers may
least bit effeminate that their come as a surprize to those who get so
whole being is dampened down. They paranoid about the presence of gays in
have trouble walking freely. Most schools and like to tell themselves that
. of you have seen such men. As a we don’t exist. And we have heard of no
facilitator, I have seen some Of those particularly disastrous results to the
men freed of incredible trauma by the social institutions at Ft. Lauderdale
simple act 0f swishing in front Of because of what our moral majority enemies
a group Of People and discovering would surely consider a "plague".
that the earth didn't open up and
swallow them. While mentioning Ft. Lauderdale, it is .
of interest that in his first official
Drag is a valid and important aspect act as the city's new police chief, Ron
of human diversity. Effeminacy is Cochran spoke before a group of 100 gays
a.part 0f every man. Drag is a her— at the MCC on May lst and assured them
OiC and distinguished aspect Of our that he was willing to work with the com-
heritage.‘ Whether some of us like munity for improved relations between gays
it or not, it too is a valid and dis— and police. ochran told the group that
tinguished part of our present. while he c\nnot change the prejudices of
individuals on the police force, "we can
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Throughout the summer, the UK Police Department has been conducting an undercover
operation aimed at males who seek anonymous sex in the restrooms of the old Fine
Arts building and the Classroom Building.
Two UK officers, working as a team, make themselves available for cruising. Eventually,
the person seeking the sexual contact and an officer, in civilian dress of course, meet
in a restroom. The person. commits himself by words or actions and is promptly
arrested. They are joined by the officer's partner who assists in the arrest. The
charge is usually Criminal Solicitation.
At least six arrests and probably many more have been made.
One person was fined $50 and released. Another, for whom this was a second offense(he
was among those rounded—up in last year's Turfland Mall bust), was fined $250, given a
6 month sentence which was reduced to 6 days in the Fayette County Detention Center, plus
a 1 year probation. -
In a related incident, two UK officers detained a young man who left the classroom
building. They asked him his purpose on campus& for identification, then took his
name and address with the warning that if they caught him on campus again, they would
check their list and charge him with Criminal Trespass, which carries an automatic jail
The September Potluck will again be hosted by DISCUSSION GROUP IS BACK!!
Charles Hadden at LaBelle Farm; at the Lake . . U. _
House. LaBelle Farm is also the site of the Beginning September 18th, Ggo ls,r?-
Whitney—Headley Museum and is located at 4435 sumung its dngUSSl n group, facili-
Old Frankfort Pike. Park in the museum parking tated by Charlie Kast, and running
lot and walk past the Headley house and out— every third Sunday evening for the
buildings to the Lake House . Time: 1:30 - 3:00. rest Of the year (§ to 7:3O.P'M'?'
The topic of the first meeting Will
THANKS TO MONTE be: What binds gay men and Lesbians
A word of thanks to Montie for hosting the August
Potluck at his home. His gracious hospitality Everyone is invited to attend these
is much appreciated and an especially good time informal meetings which focus on the
was had by all present. concerns of gay men and lesbians.
ngr This year we will meet at "The
- Annex" at 105 W. High St. and light
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Dignity — a community of gay and lesbian contact Charlie at 223—1448 or 252-
catholics and their friends who believe that 8143(home)

God made and loves us all and that we have .
iniighfngiuggié Efigb::52:pt:nsfigi filtihcomm- Charlie is an ordained minister who
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became active in Lexin ton in Ma h :9g3urc several years. We would llke to. '
need not be gay“ lesbian“ 0 re , '. one have a woman volunteer to co—faCili-
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By Mike McCormick
Many couples aske me, how they can finance a property. There are four ways to answer
this question. It depends on each couple's abilities. Most real estate purchases
are made with FHA loans. These loans are insured by the Federal Housing Administration
and are available to everyone. They for a 30 year term and at a good interest rate,
currently at 12%. The maximum loan the FHA will make is $67,500.00. Another form
of FHA financing is the FHATKentucky Housing. This loan is restricted to persons
' with incomes lower than $25,000.00 annually. The interest rate is 10% and for a
. maximum term of 25 years.
A third way to finance real property is a VA loan. This is a mortgage that is guarr;
anteed by the Veterans' Administration. If a person has been in the military and has
the proper discharge documents, mainly his or her dd214, he or she is entitled to a
VA loan. This is a great loan if you qualify because the interest is 12% and the
loan period is up to 30 years. Also there is no down payment, only closing cost.

I The next question is; can a gay couple buy a home where one of the partners has the
entitlement? The answer is yes. The only thing required is a 10% down payment. Both
the lower interest and the 30 year term can be taken advantage of.

The fourth method of financing is the conventional loan. This is a loan that has no
government involvement and is made through a bank or savings & loan. Usually the
interest rates are higher and the loan term in years is shorter. Also a higher down-
payment is required. Conventional loans are used to purchase older homes and farms.
In closing, let me add that acquiring property is a factor that is not financially
rewarding but emotionally binding to a couple. It makes a committment much stronger
and more rewarding for a couple. A couple has a home, not just a house, the couple
pay a monthly payment on something that is theirs and not rent to a landlord. it is
better to be a happy home owner than a happy tennant. Where you sell the house, you
get much of your money back - when you leave a rental property, you get your rental
deposit back but that will be all — you have nothing but memories and you can't invest
If anyone has any questions about investing in a home, please call me for a confi-
dential interview at my Real Estate office or see me at The Bar for an appointment.
Mike McCormack Real Estate & Auction Co., Inc. 25244409 — or at The Bar 255-1551.
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BlaCk people try to reassure whites by 23-3’ . , \ / -
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held on Monday, September 12th at 170 American Avenue. Everyone Welcome.

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Meeting 7—llpm 8:60pm 7—11pm
St. Stephen Church 231—0335 the office. 231—0335
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Everyone Welcome! DIGNITY 269—8500 222—8833
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' 252-8143 231—0335 the Offlce 231-0335 Volleyball/picnic
Jacobson #5 6:00
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MEETING 7—llpm 8:00pm 7~1lpm Games
4:00pm 231—0335 the office 231—0335 266-8859