xt7qbz618g05 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qbz618g05/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 201209 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, September 2012 text GLSO News, September 2012 2012 2019 true xt7qbz618g05 section xt7qbz618g05 Q Q G L S 0
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CONTENTS movies “Straightlaced” Page 2
Trans_Ky October GSA Meeting
Meeting 6 Every Tuesday, 7 pm.
Pride Center
LGBT Scholarships Trans Kentucky
Available from KFA Meeting
6 Saturday, Sept 1, 6:30 pm.
Pride Center
Bhere Wi" Be A GLSO Board Meeting
ay 8 Thursday, Sept 6, 6:30 pm.
Pride Center
ClaSSIfieds KY Bourbon Bears Meeting
10 Saturday, Sept 8, 9 pm.
ICK puts the “fun" Imperial Court of Kentucky Meeting
in Fundraising Sunday, Sept 9 & 23, 6 pm.
Pride Center
_ Negative Partners of Gay Men with
s_Qec:al presents HIV Support Group
film series 12 Monday, Sept 17, 7 pm.
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 GLSO News Issue 9 2012

. _ Aaron Baker, President
The GLSO News '5 PUP'BhEd Vice President, Ginger Moore—
monthly by and for the Lexmgton Minder
Gay and Lesbian Services Organi— Paul Brown Secretary
zation members and community. Tommy Brodbeck, Treasurer
The mission of the Lexington Gay GLSO DIRECTORS
and Lesbian Services Organization
is to provide support and services
. Mary Crone, GSA
to the GLBTQQIA community. Jeremy Law, At Large
The vision of the Lexington Gay Don Lowe, At Large
and Lesbian Services Organiza-
tion is to empower the GLBTQQIA GLSO STAFF
community through voice.
Chad Hundley, Office Manager .
The Lexington GLSO is founded
upon the core values of fun, in-
clusion, respect, integrity, dignity, EDITORIAL NOTES
servrce and competence. The GLSO is currently looking for
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m an MS word or PDF file: transgendered patients, but, will
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2. An autobiographical statement
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merit should describe your educa-
tional and community experiences 50 please come out on Saturday
and your plans for future educa- October 6th, 2012 at 7:30pm to
U0“ or work- (up to 500 WOFdS) the GLSO Pride Center on Waller
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the gay, lesbian, bisexual or trans- happily serve the medical needs
gender community in Kentucky. of our community.
(up to 250 words)
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 There WI“ Be a Pay have it in me. I was too beaten
By Karen Taylor, Contributor down. After much prayer, tears,
and talking with Lisa we came to
In light of all the heartache, hurt the conclusion it was time to let it
feelings, and anger over the go and move on to the next stage
Chick-fil-a situation I felt the urge Of my life. Now I’m free to fig t
to write about our response as the battle from another perspec-
a community. I know we as hu- tive. Project Speak Out, the anti-
mans react to such things in vari- bullying campaign sponsored by
ous ways mostly in some form of Lexington Fairness. So instead
anger. Itotally understand, of fig ting in retaliation with my
anger and hurt I have chosen to
As one of the laws of motion state fight from a point 0f love, concern
(the first one I think), for every for the defenseless and educate
action there is an opposite and graCIously those that ignore what
equal reaction. So when hurtfu|/ is before their own eyes or are ig-
hateful actions/words are thrown norant 0f bullying effects.
out there will be hurtful/hateful
actions/words in response. How— That’s what I would love to see
ever, let’s consider for a moment our community do as we con-
the (fossibiiity that the reaction tynue to fight the battle of injus-
coul be different. It can have the tice and inequality. When they
same intensity but opposite of the throw hate speech, we pour OUt
hurt and hate. love and work to teach those who
simply do not understand what it’s
There was a time in my not too like and what it is we truly desire.
distant past where 1 was hurt Clergy for Fairness in Louisville is
more deeply than I thought imag- one SUCh approach 1 support.
inable. I was working toward
my ordination as minister with a On September the 11th, they
group who ended up turning on StOQd 50 _or so strong (gay and
me and I was totaiiy crushed. 1 straight alike) in front of Chick-fil-
was done! Never to go back to any a_ With a message 0f love. Their
church! 1 withdrew from the peo- SignS_read of God’s love for all,
pie and the church (not God but equality for all. Whenever possible
yes the people). After a period of they spoke to people who asked
mourning I finally came to a point about why they were there. NOt
of forgiveness. I approached In anger, bUt in calmnessl Wlth
those who hurt me, shared my love, and a desire to educate.
thoughts and feelings, and asked
for forgiveness for how I reacted. I pray that one day we Wlll see
It was healing for me. There, un- equality for all. I pray all Will come
fortunately, have been many situ- to know the knowledge 0f God’s
ations in my past where I reacted unconditional non-condemning
with anger then later was regret- love for us. I pray for a day When
ful for how I reacted. It’s not that all Christians gay or straight Will
the anger I felt was wrong or bad, choose to worship together, serve
it’s just that my reaction was not GOd together, pray together and
beneficial for anyone, honestly love one another as Je-
sus commanded.
I'm happy to say there have also
been times when my reaction was I encourage you find a place of
helpful; for one, m recent retire- worship and proudly, lovingly
merit. Iwas basically bullied out of Stand for What you believe in re-
my job. Sure I could have stayed gardless of what anyone says.
and fought but honestly I didn’t GOd bless you all.

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mentum and held the lst Emper- the full hour'
or’shCarwarsh on Eatunday, Augtlist '
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Nightlife (http://www.pulsenight- we will continue our schgdule of
“Te-COW)- It was a beaUt'fu‘ day FUNdraising starting with our Di—
on fact several 0f us even 9°t vas of Hazzard show at Crossings
sunburned) and the event was an on Wed the 5th Complete with
enormous success. With the male a Down. Home buffet of Spam
and female lines washing over 30 cheese in a can bugles moon
(tars and receivmg several dona- pies, Vieeny sausages, and all the
tions. fixins.
The following evening was the Rei - - _
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HYSTERICAL Judy Show held ington DC for their lst Coronation
at The Horse 8‘ 33"“ 59b .(http.// Ball the weekend of the 14-16th,
dams-COW)- . Judy S interac— with a large contingency repre—
tive, impersonation, comedy show senting the ICK
incledeéi “appearances" b8: J(udy '
Gar an r Peare Bai ey, my On the 26th we will be hostin a
favorite) Bette Davis, another benefit for the American Canger
greatly successful night!!! Society at Pulse Nightlife. Put-
ting on a show in memory of Jon
HMIM Emperor 3.1 hosted the “JUICE” Noland (aka Jeanette Wil—
lst monthly edition of ana de Mother of the Court)
with The Emperor, at ouEhhom/e ’
bar Crossings Lexington _ttp:. As ou can tell we’ve been ex-
crossmgslexmgtoncoml) With his trem/ely busy thus far and will
co—hostess, M'SS l-ielena Handbas- continue with even more FUN
ket. JUSt. a evening 0f fun, tF'Y'aI filled events and shows through-
& cocktails. This months edition out the Reign We look forward to
will be held at Pulse Nightlife on seeing you at'future events
Thursday, September I27th. Dtfi- '
ry’s specia co— OSt t is mon : Anyone interested in becoming a
HIM lPowager Emfi'flhw Fred member of the Imperial Court of
WC”? am, (5 I rumor Kentucky can contact either Mon-
has it........there could be a speCIal arch or any member of our Board
assesses3.3.333?$3 .ofct WWW-
you didn’t hear it from me.) imperialcourtkentucky.org/
Most recently, we held the annual In SerVice,
ICK Julie Vaughn Memorial Closet Trinity
Ball at Bogart’s Lounge. We hatjhz
FIERCE contestants wing or e
coveted title of Closet Ball Queen/ fiwwfiggéefgg 1Empress
King. Both contestants brought

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' | t e iscovery t at you are i-
queer films" ferent. But my short films didn’t
In celebration of the Lexington explore what happens-$1 after
LGBTQ community, and as a way that discovery. This film lS about
of saying thanks, independent whats next, and I war’i’ted that
counte'r/quger cutture bookstore to be something happy.
sQecia Me ia wi sponsor our .
films to be shown throughout Oct9ber21St-Par'ah0011?
the month of October, three of Coming 0‘“ '5 generally a wel
which will comprise the first of— trodden' path. 'h the land of
ficial GLSO Queer Film Series. queer crnema, luckllv Dee Rees
brilliantly engaging Pariah gives
First, as the final installment in us_ new eyes W'th Wh‘eh tosee
this year’s Rosa Goddard Inter- th's often awkward and difficult
national Film Festival, sQecial ”thal-
will feature Weekend (2011), a . . 'h .
British art house release from di- th‘m'hg W't tenaCJtY: _op—
rector Andrew Haigh. This boy— timism, and verve, Al'ke '.5 a
meets-boy indie ode to new love 17-year-old African—American
will be shown at the Kentucky woman navlgetmg the complex“
Theater on Wednesday, October ties 0f family "fe and community
3rd at 7:15pm. Tickets will cost “me trying _to figure (”it Net
$5 where she fits In. Rees abil-
' ity to show the humanity of all
Only a few days later, the GLSO the film’? major players, and the
"Queer Film Series will begin! In overall srdestepping 0f one—note
partnership with the GLSO, sQe- characterisations make Pariah a
ciral will prerslené three film: to bfi genre-defying tour de force.
s own att e owntown ranc
of the Lexington Public Library in October 28th T Heartbeats
the Farish Theater on Sundays (20.10) ,
at 2pm. Free admission. Xavrer Dolans amorous an_d
candy-coloured Heartbeats lS
October 7th _ North Sea a glossy and darkly comic look
Texas (2011) ’ at the lengths gay man Francis
After nearly two decades of and his gal pal Marie go to in the
making acclaimed gay-themed battle for the heart of the same
short films, Belgian director fellow, the strikingly beautiful,
Bavo Defurne adapts André Sol— albeit sexually ambiguous NICO-
he’sbnovelfooitgahat rcIl'it ovelr fog las.
is eauti u an i s ise . .
first feature length gum], guts Th's acerblca'W astute 'Cannes
Noordzee Texas. Film Festival award—Winning fea-
’ ture plums the depths of friend-
It is the story of young dreamer Sh'p! love, Owe-55'9“]. an?! the
Pim, a Walter Mitty of sorts, who fragile yet resrlient mtrrcacres of
grows up and falls for Gino, the the human heart.
somewhat older and fiber-cool I
boy next door with attitude and Hope_ to See you there. Please
a motorcycle to boot. In writing e-mail sqecral@g_mail.com or call
about the film, Defurne says, (859).255'4316 'f you have any
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