xt79zw18pg4q https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt79zw18pg4q/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 199611 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 GLSO News, November 1996 text GLSO News, November 1996 1996 2019 true xt79zw18pg4q section xt79zw18pg4q l
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The last mention (or appear here. The larger context of
w construed mention) of homosexu— the passage shows Paul extremely
ality in the Bible is in the letters concerned With prostitution.
from Paul in I Corinthians 6:9 & I However, theologians are not in
,3»; 3:57 , Timothy 1210 agreement regarding these
raw The passage in I Corinthians meanings. They simply do not
." be,“ (the letter to the people of Corinth know. Paul rarely discussed any
‘5 from Paul) states “do you know same-sex behavior and it is
“ that wrong-doers will not inherit unsound to attribute these to him
Heaven. Do not be deceived! now.
Erbfishgtlf/l—gntth 1;:qu Fornicators, idolaters, adulterers, Since any argument must be
y prostitutes, sodomites, thieves, the made from Silence, 1t 15 much more
Lexington Gay/Labia" greedy, drunkards, revilers, robbers worthy that we turn to Great
Services organization - none of these will enter heaven.” Principles 0f the-Apostles and Jesus
P.0. Box 11471 Bear in mind, once again that Paul Christ who. said nothing about
Lexington KY 40575 is writing to the newly formed homosexuality specrfically but DID
I band of Christians. In the King say, love your neighbor as yourself,
_ James Version of the Bible, the do not judge others lest you be
Editor: word “sodomites” is translated judged, the fruit of the Holy Spirit
Peter Taylor from the Greek word “malabos” is love. Against such, there is no
which has been translated as law”. .Paul offers an speeific
Layout Editor: “effeminate” or “soft” and probably summation 0f the whole law In a
Tammy D. Strong refers to someone who lacks 5mgileegmlmendmer1‘t4m‘gle L636]:
Gra hics: discipline or moral control. The to t e aatians 5~ ou 5’ a
p _ word is translated elsewhere in the love your neighbor as yourself.
Elizabeth A- G1lliam New Testament but never with This ends the series of articles
reference to sexuality. on homosexuality. Come see us,
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disobedient, for the godless and About this time eve1y year GLSO
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for murders, fornicators, for new subscribers. Often, we are in financial
Views or Opinions exDressed in the GLSO sodomites, slave traders, liars, difficulty and fear going under. This year, we
News are those of the authors and don’t necessarily perjurers and Whatever else is are very happy to report that we are in good
represent those of the GLSO Board of Directors. contra to God’s teachin . Here . _’ . 7
Submissions are welcome. All submissions I'Y . g f1nanc1al shape due to our generous monthly
become the property of GLSO and must indicate the word that 15 translated sponsors and expect our financial strength to
full name and address of the author. The staff “sodomites” 15 the Greek word continue.
reserves the right to edit submissions and ads to “arsenoleoz'taz'” WhiCh means We do, however, need more subscribers to
meet publishing requirementsaswellasthe right “male-bed”occurs only tWiCC in our newsletter. To use ourbulk mail permitwe
to reject any submissions. the literature of the period. This is need a minimum of 200 items for each
Placement 0f advertising 1“ GLSO News a euphemism for sexual mailing. Asoften happens after Pride Month is
denotes neitheraperson’s sexual orientation nora intercourse. Other Greek words .
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11 their friends at the Unitarian Universalist the community who are battling AIDS by is in the midst of a tour of congregations

‘6 Church (5564 Clays Mill Road) has several making much-needed items available. across the country to announce the

” events planned for November. MCC is donating some of their new, larger acquisition of a $3.8 million building

[Y Our monthly luncheon, held on the space for a small shop where things will be complex in West Hollywood, California as

‘5 second Sunday 0i every month Will be on available at no cost. part of a strategy for the continued rapid

11 November 10. We Will meet at Everybody’s If you have blankets, clothing, canned expansion of the denomination.
Natural Food and DEli, 503 EUClid Avenue goods, stationary, toiletries or anything else The new facilities will be the UFMCC

’6 immediately following the church service you would like to donate, call Patty at 288- Global Headquarters and the home of the

:6 (about 12:45 pm). 2377 or Amanda at 288—2374 and they will historic “Mother Church” Metropolitan

at We are also continuing our Video and arrange pick-up at your home. Shelving is Community Church of Los Angeles which

15 discussion series, From “T he Celluloid also needed for the stock. All donations will was destroyed in the 1994 earthquake.

1t Closet" - Exploring Gay and Lesbian images be greatly appreciated, so please help these The Universal Fellowship of

D in the Movies. Each Monday through two caring groups help others, @ Metropolitan Community Churches is an 1

if, November 25 at the Fellowship House international Christian denomination :

)6 (behind the church). MCC TO STUDY THE VARIETIES which, while open to all, primarily serves ‘.

'it We will view a film highlighted in Vito OF RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE people in the gay and lesbian communities. 1‘

‘0 Russo’s book and discuss what it shows us Beginning Wednesday, November 6th Founded in 1968 by Reverend Perry, ;

'ic about lesbigay people. November’s movies MCC will be offering a study program based the MCC now includes 300 congregations in l

a are 11/4 — Rachel, Rachel (1968); 11/11 — on the works of Corinne Ware and Dr. Urban 19 countries making it the largest gay and

er Midnight Cowboy (1969); 11/ 18 - Making T, Holmes concerning spiritual types. Why lesbian organization in the world. ‘

111 Love (1981); 11/25 — Personal Best (1982). are some people raised to seventh heaven by The theme of Reverend Perry's )
Everyone is invited to this free event some forms of religious expression and message will be “VISION... FOR THE NEXT 1

CS (donations accepted to cover cost of video others turned off? How is it that people react GENERATION". All are cordially invited to >

‘5: rentals and popcorn). so differently to the same belief systems? attend and meet the founder of UFMCC. l

at If you missed the ABC television These and other questions will be There is no admission charge. A “love
movie, TWO Mothers for Zachary, don’t miss addressed as we examine the four basic offering” will be received for the “

the potluck/video night Tuesday, November spiritual types and their effect on the church UFMCC/MCCIA Capital Campaign. @ 1

50 19 at Davina’s house. Please bring adish to and the adjustments necessary in order to ,

test share for the potluck, which begins at minister to each type, Come and learn your QUEER As A THREE DOLLAR '

:ial 6:00pm. The movie, which tells the story of spiritual type and how you fit into the BILL ‘

we a lesbian who lost custody of her son eternal scheme of things. After beginning GLSO will print an Out and Proud

)od because of her sexual orientation, begins at November 6, the series will continue on page of individuals who would like their

hly 7:00pm. November 15th, 27th, and December 4th.® names listed as financial supports. The

ito For more information about minimum cost is $3 for a name, or a
Interweave or any of these events, please call GAY CHURCH LEADER TO VISIT couple’s name. and 45 for a statement.

sto Davina at 271-6174. ® LEXINGTON Many of you send us an extra $5 or $10

;we DONATIONS REQUESTED FOR The Reverend Elder Troy D. Perry, when you subscribe and some of you send

ach AIDS RELIEF Moderator of the Universal Fellowship of more.

his The Health Department’s AIDS Care Metropolitan Community Churches will We really appreciate your generosity

re 8 Coordinators and Lexington‘s Metropolitan visitLexington on November 20th, 1996. He continued on nextpage

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you send us a donation you can request to If you are interested in this project call Mill Road.
have your name on the out and proud page. Mary Crone 266-5904. Thanks to Brian .

We will be printing that in October starting Tremain for bringing these films to We meet on the third‘Tuesday 0f every
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next couple of months. who are not parents but who are considering
We would like to develop a larger parenthood.
group of public speakers that is interested in The next meeting is Tuesday,
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 REDISCOVERING OUR HISTORY Prince Charles, heir to the throne, and told {gihéd/rea
Transgendered Warrior: Joan of Arc him of her visions and her desire to lead an gaggregfi
contributed by Mary Crone army against the British He put her at the ”a tame
Joan of Arc is one of those historical head Ofa 10,000 peasant “army”. There are ‘Ds-av Gevfite-l’hac,
figures woes name has survived through various stories of her triumphs, all of them Hi, I’m fairly new to Lexington. lmoved
centuries 0t human htStOYY- She lived and led agree that she dressed like a man both on and here from Chicago this past July. I have a
a peasant army th France 567 years ago. What off the battlefields. After a successfully leading family that moved here before me, hhd I got a
do YOU know Of her? If nothing else r you may her army and securing land for France, she tOt 0t letters telling me what a “good" place
remember that she was burned at the stake. escorted Charles to Rheims to be crowned Lexington is, hhd hOhBSttY theywere right. But,
Did you know that her official “crime” was King. Ithink Lexington would be a “great” place if it
that She dressed in men‘s clothing? Did you in 1430, Joan was captured by French wasn’t for all the uptight, selfish and cliquish
know that, contrary to the usual custom, the allies of the English. They called her people that evidently make up the majority of
fire was put out after she was dead but before “bammasse” or man—woman. She was sold the lesbigaysl have encounter in the local bais.
her hOdY was consumed 50 that the people Of to the English who turned her over to the lenjoy going °ht3~hd meeting new people
the city could view her naked hOdY thus lnquisition. The fact that the rulers of France and I like engaging th thought provoking
proving she was a woman? let this happen indicated that they may have conversations as well as having a general good
Joan of Arc was born in the Lorraine been somewhat afraid of her popularity time. And so, the people that you encounter
region of France, an area known for following among the country people. Feinburg suggests can either make for awonderful night out or an
the “old or pagan religion” . (The term that the French ruling class was pleased to l-can’t-believe—l—am somehow-linked—to—these— ‘
“pagan" means country dweller.) She is have her out of the way. people night.
honored in France as being instrumental in Joan was accused of being a heretic and Can you tell me why so many of the ,
driving the English our Of France and condemned for cross dressing. These two facts Peohle around here are like I’ve described? t
- returning the French monarchy t0 the throne. are in every version of her life that I have come AJSO' can you tell me where, it any place I Ch“
When I was quite young, I read her story across, from romantically worded records to go th the-community to hhd more open, dOWh‘
e th an Old tattered hOOk that 15 Shh Oh my shelf, hollywood movies, from traditional histories to to—earth and tht plain nice lesbigays? I’m ,
5 Joan of Arc written in 1895 by Boutet De Feinburg. Whether she was a pagan or a beginning to think that particular species in
Monvel. we had two copies, one th the original Christian is unclear, the charge of paganism only bred “P hhtth'
y french. There are wonderful illustrations was dropped but the “Christian saints” she Down from Chi-Town
,t showing a short haired young woman th reportedly prayed to could have been the
men’s clothing throughout the book. De goddesses 0f the ancient religion. {Dear {Don/n7,
Monvel quotesJoan at length (It is so nice that Most accounts agree that it was her Yours is by the far the biggest complaint
he knows her exact words.) He portrays her as unwillingness to put off men’s clothing that I’ve heard from transplants t0 ourfair city. The
very Christian ahdi unintentionally I’m sure, finally led to her being burned at the stake. first thing you must understand is from whence
S asvery transgendered. Feinburg suggests that her transgendered our fine lesbigay community originated. The
r In the last few years I have seen reinter— expression was itself seen assacred by Joan and majority of us came from small eastern
t, pretations Of her story th pagan literature and her followers. This interpretation is supported Kentucky crossroads like Mousie or Beaver LtCk-
th Leslie Feinburg’s Transgendered Warriors. by the unusual step of requiring the people to Grow’n ”P “queer” th that environment tends
At a young age,Joan heard voices telling look upon her body, burned clean of clothing. to make us a little more SktthSh about whom we
her that she would rescue her people from the Those of us who are “in-between” ones have let into our Circle. This is because if we had
English that occupied the northern area 0f often been seen as spiritual leaders in avariety trusted the wrong one back home, we would
France. De Monvel emphasizes that she was a of cultures. Although many details of her life have ended up looking like a raccoon and ‘
“saintly little Christian girl” who spent have been distorted and lost ,Joan of Arc was squealing like a pig for Elmer Gene’s toothless
endless hours th prayer. This is reflective 0f clearly transgendered and we are glad to have dad Oht behind the barn.
how she has been remembered in traditional her story with us over 565 years since her Now, my best advice to you, in the local
historic interpretations. death. (E bar scene, is to be a little aggressive about
In 1429, at the age 0f 19, Joan went to continued on page 8
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Church) Church) 7:00 pm. 9:00 pm.
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House behind Unitarian 8:30 pm. Met. Community Church
Church) Rainbow Bowling League 7:00 pm,
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Gay/Lesbian AA

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