xt7gqn5z8w9p https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7gqn5z8w9p/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 201103 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, March 2011 text GLSO News, March 2011 2011 2019 true xt7gqn5z8w9p section xt7gqn5z8w9p :1 Wm 5m
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Lexmgton.... March 10, 7 pm. Oswald Building
RJ Deacon, Contributor Auditorium, Bluegrass Community
and Technical College Campus. I
An exclusive interview with A '00k at the difficulties I
Coti Collins “Miss Gay Amer— transgendered people have In using
. ,, gender segregated public t0Ilets I
Ica 2011 (Photo on Page 9) and the fight to bring awareness
to this issue. Film will be followed Al
A new Miss Gay America by a discussion. Running time 30
Pageant pre|iminary will be minutesby Tara Mateik, part Of the
coming to Lexington! “Miss Kentuckians forthe Commonwealth
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a| } IS an officnal prellminary Society. Free to the public.
to Miss Gay America and
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Gay America '5 COt' Collins. One World Film Festival will show L‘
(aka DaV'd Lowmen) _1 re- Hannah Free at no charge in the
cently had the honor 0f Inter- State Theater, inside the Kentucky
viewing Coti, for the GLSO. Theater. Sharon Gless stars as G
Hannah in this award winning 11
- feature film. Hannah and Rachel
. (Q) When-did your female? grow up in the same Midwest town
'mpérsonatlon career begin. where traditional expectations
(CCU) I was exposed to fe- challenge their deep love for one F'
male impersonation in my another: Hannah becomes an '1'
second year of college in adventurous, unapologetic lesbian Ir
Huntington WV. It took and Rachel a strong but reserved
h'l t ’ t t homemaker. The story reveals how
a _W 'e 0 Cpme _° erms the women maintain their love K
Wlth performlng. Klesa La- despite a marriage, a world war,
mount was the first to ever infidelity, and family denial. B
paint me (put in drag) and Reviews say that Gless “glammed- O
my first time ever perform- 301V" and bEtEhlfd'UPIInc as She
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mg was ":1 a pageaf‘t for a that is gritty, poignant, and real”.
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lim. It was the most remark— GLSO and the Health Department 3
able feeling and experience will host a reception after the P
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CONTENTS Pride Festival features Amber
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id Amber Booked for Pride
0 Page 8 GSA Meeting
e Every Tuesday, 7 pm.
3h Pride Center
n GLSO Discussion Group
Every Wednesday, 7 pm.
Miss Gay America Pr'de Center
“"3” to Lexington Pride Festival Meeting
Lexmgton 2
w Sunday, March 6 & 20, 4 pm.
e Pride Center
'5 GSA celebrates Wednesday Night Live
9 10 years 5 Wednesday, March 9, 7:30 pm.
a The Bar Complex
{2 Full Schedule for GLSO Board Meeting
n Imperial Court Sunday, March 13, Noon
n in March 6 Pride Center
w Imperial Court of Kentucky Meeting
'e Sunday March 13, & 27, 6 pm.
‘r, Kentuclfy Bourbon Pride Center
Bears VISIt
1‘ Owensboro 11 Show Me Your Blarney Stones
[8 Friday, March 25, 10 pm.
'3 Barrel House
It Birthday Bash Bluegrass Trans(Gender)
,e PIanned 13 Youth & Families
:e Saturday, March 26, 1 pm.
IS Pride Center

 GLSO News Issue 3 2011

_ _ Dennis Wheatley, President (
The GLSO News '5 PUbIlShed Orvis Kean, Vice President 1
monthly by and for the Lexington Jane Minder, Secretary i
Gay and Lesbian Services Organi- Ginger Minder-Moore, Treasurer 5
zation members and community. 1
The mrssnon of the Lexmgton Gay 1
and Lesbian Services Organization Glenn Blind, At—Large z
is to provide support and services Charlotta Brunson, At-Large f
to the GLBTQQIA community. Mary Crone, GSA I
RJ Deacon, Volunteers ‘
The vision of the Lexington Gay Jesse Howard, Marketing/Sales :
and Lesbian Services Organiza- Mark Johnson, At-Large “
tion is to empower the GLBTQQIA Orvis Kean, Events ‘
community through voice. Jessica Sucik, Affiliate Groups
James Carie, At Large
The Lexington GLSO is founded ‘
upon the core values of fun, in- GLSO STAFF .
CIUS'P n, respect, Integrity, dignity, Bill Chandler, Admin. Assistant
servrce an competence. Spencer Johnson, Advertising
GLSO Pride Center
389 Waller Avenue EDITORIAL NOTES
Suite 100 . .
Lexington, Ky. 40504 The GLSO- IS currently looking for
859 253 3233 new contributors and editorial
www gls-o org staff. If interested, e-mail
' ' editor@glso.org.
2011 GLSO News sponsorship packages are now available!
E-mail editor@glso.org to pick your package today!

 I GSA 10th Young adults, some of whom are
. previous members of GSA, always
Annlversary help out at our events. It was a
I Mary Cronel Contributor great success. We are consider-
ing a Halloween dance next fall.
I The GLSO Gay Straight Alliance In May we will produce our fifth
for Youth has been operating the Pride Prom. We have outgrown the
community for ten years. During Unitarian church and are looking for
those years students in all Lex— a new venue. Last year 235 teens
ington public high schools have cameto our prom; manytold usthat
r started GSAs or diversity groups in it was more fun than their school
their schools. We have supported prom. We are definitely accepting
I those groups in a variety of ways. of whatever attire, affectionate ex-
Including providing information pression, and joy the youth want to
about how such groups can get share with us. They are so amazing!
started, programming, and train- In addition, we are working with
ing for youth leaders at the Pride individuals interested in start-
Center. This year there has been ing a group for gender variant,
“0 QFOUP meeting at Henry Clay including transsexual, youth.
During the last decade we have
also seen teens more willing to _
come out publicly and there are Scholarshlp FUI’Id
more straight allies at their sides.
The GLSO Board has established
The atmosphere in schools has a scholarship fund to help sup-
changed for the better, but there port GLBTQQAIS young people.
is still a need for activism in (gay, lesbian,bisexual, transgender,
this area. We also have an in- queer, questioning, allies, intersex,
terest in working with middle straight?) There are many young
schools in the coming months. people who delayorcancelplansfor
I education after high school because
The GSA is still in need of an addi- of financial need. This can be
or tional advisor. If you are interest— complicated by lack of family sup-
ed, please contact mary crone at port or lower school performance
859 266—5904 or mary@glso.org. clue to harassment in high school.
- - - The GLSO GSA donated $1,000 of
, GSA ACtIVItIeS , their profit from last year's prom
Th's year we hosted our first W'”' to this scholarship fund. GLSO will
ter Ball (pictures page?). YOUth be doing fund rasing specifically
attended from area h'gh SChOOIS for the fund in the coming months.
I as well as some middle schools.
I _

 FULL SCHEDULE FOR Come on all you Neanderthals.
ICK IN MARCH Let’s go get primal. Woohoo.
On Saturday, March 12, come
Helena Handbasket, Contributor to the 2nd annual show we call
“Drags and Wags” at the Barrel -
Get ready Lexington because the House and support all the little
Imperial Court Of Kentucky Will have domestic critters that we love so
lots to offer in the form of quality much. You know you love our
entertainment for the month of March. little animal friends so I expect 5
Performances of “Dear Harvey” will a large crowd for this one. For B
begin on Monday, February 28 at EKU; times and other information,
also Tuesday, March 1 at UK; and then check us out on Facebook or see R
Sunday and Monday, February 6-7 our website. Happy St. Patrick’s 1
at Busters. You have to see this. I Day to you_,, Wanna drink a
recently went to a rehearsal and this little something green until S
production will touch your heart. For you feel a little green? Then
more info check out the website, www. join us at Crossings Lexington K
imperialcourtkentuckyorg or look for on Thursday, March 17th for M
the promo on Face book. On Tuesday, the Green Party. Music, drag,
March 8th will be our 3rd annual Mardi the complete St. Patrick’s Day
Gras Ball at the Magnolia Room in the atmosphere for fun. Bring your '3
Lexington Downtown Hilton. This will favorite Leprechaun and show 1
be a Fat Tuesday celebration fit for a him/heryou lovethem by kissing
king, and a queen. A collaborative their blarney stone. On Tuesday, L
fundraiser for the GLBT community March 29, join us for the always V,
brought to you the efforts of The delicious Falsie Awards at the
Imperial Court of Kentucky, Lexington Kentucky Theater. Come out
Fairness, AVOL, Moveable Feast and to be entertained as well as see 5
GLSO- Costumes, music, 90-90 bOYS--- if your favorite performer or Vi
whatever you are into, you will probably GLBT community member wins
find it here. This is always a fun event the award you hope they will. I"
and we look forward to seeing all of you Nominations will be out soon so
there. The door opens at 6:30 pm. watch for them and see if you 4
with the show and dancing beginning can pick the winners. Lastly,
at 7 pm. Don’t forget to attend the on Friday, April 1, we will be U
after party at Crossings Lexington at putting on the “Can’t) Win Em 3
11 pm. (117 North Limestone)-On All" show which will feature the
Friday, March 11, take a little road trip nominees from the Falsies that
with us to Shooters in Cincinnati for didn’t take the trophy. That’s 5
the MiSS Big Bone LiCk Pageant, an okay because we think they are 9
event sponsored this year by our sister all winners and we are giving
court, the Imperial Sovereign Queen them a chance to prove it to ya. G
City Court of the Buckeye Empire. This More info to follow on this one C
one will really bring out the caveman or so check out the website and
cave woman in you (you decide which). the facebook page. L
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Amber. Amber will be head- i ' " ’ i
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the 9:30 to 11 pm. time slot.
She has worked with Bette
She has amassed an impas- Midler and Cher. "I am in a
sioned army of fans with 4 happy place now and there
full length albums and a is nothing like owning your
string of worldwide smash own music and masters
hits from 1996 thru 2009 in- and running your own show
cluding This Is Your Night, and destiny. No longer do I
One More Night, If You Could have to live in anyone else's
Read My Mind, Sexual li da world or dance to some-
di,Love One Another and I one else's beat." she says.
Don't Believe In Hate. She
hasracked upand impressive We continue to grow and
seven consecutive numberl bring a bigger and better
dance singles and an addi— pride festival to the Lexing-
tional 6 top 10 dance hits. ton community each year.
If you would like to join the ‘
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international recording art- Festival Chair, Orvis Kean
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Kentucky Bourbon Bears of Lex- to Crossings for hosting such a fun
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the HAIRBALL 2011 on Friday, bon Bears’ on FACEBOOK. There
February 11th. This wasa show/ you will find more information
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(continued from Page 2) do you spend your time?
(Coti) Animal Rescue, I love

(Q) Other than being Miss Gay working with dogs and saving
America what other accomplish- animals in my spare time.
ments are you PFOUd 0f? (Q) Who do you look up to and
(Coti) Being drug free all my life! who is your Hero?
N50, Changing the face 0f fe- (Coti) God is who I look up to. I
male impersonation and taking am a very spiritual person. And
it to Main stream,with the help for my Hero’s I would say the 39
0f Reba McEntire. I have mainly former Miss Gay Americas. Each
worked at Casino’s and Imper- one in some special way has put
sonator shows (LaCage) across their single stamp of the system
the country. Imagine... for the in my life. As I sit back and look
last 25 years I have had a ca— at the book of formers I see how
reer in female impersonation much each one has affected my
and not a typical 40 hour work reign. I hope to do the same for
week. I have always kept and the next Miss Gay America 30
open mind, always been focused years down the road that she
and have always been willing to can look back and say that Coti
change. impacted her life in some way or
In 1996-1997 COti toured With fashion_
Reba McEntire as her double in Coti has worked with Entertain—
her “Starting Over Road ShOW'I- ers like: Garth Brooks, Martina
This was country musiC's most McBride, Faith Hill, Shania Twain,
lavish stage show. She traveled Celine Dion, Trisha Yearwood,
all 50 states and Canada with Barbara Mandrell, and The
over 2 million fans watching as Judds just to name a few_
She appeared as Reba in the fi' It was an extreme pleasure to
nale. This accomplishment has sit and talk with Coti, She is very
only been achieved by one other excited about coming back to
entertainer (HOt Chocolate — Lexington for her Birthday Bash
MlSS Gay America 1980) and again in August for The Miss
(Q) What advice WOUId you give Bluegrass America prelim. The
to new female impersonators? “Happy Birthday Bash” is March
(Coti) Be True to yourself and 27th, 9 pm. at The Bar Com—
reach higher than the limitations plex. This will be a fundraiser for
0f your dreams. the GLSO/ Pride Festival. Details
(Q) When you are not perform- for prelim in upcoming months.

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gay-friendly organizations across Kentucky. Social Services, Lexington 211
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AIDS Volunteers Inc (AVOL) 859.225.3000
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