xt7tmp4vmm73 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7tmp4vmm73/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 200511 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 2005 text GLSO News, November 2005 2005 2019 true xt7tmp4vmm73 section xt7tmp4vmm73 ,.___ .
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AVOL ART FOR LIFE . VolumeZO Number11
Life is a celebration, and AVOL is 2006 lmperlal COUl't calendar
leading the way with its 2005 fundraiser, Art Bombshells
for Life. ART for Life Art Auction will be The Imperial Court of Kentucky has
November 6, from 4 pm. to 8 pm. at the partnered with Lexington artist and
Mansion at Griffin Gate located at 1800 photographer Kurt Gohde to produce
Newtown Pikein Lexington. “Bombshells, a pinup calendar featuring
This year‘s event Wi” feature gourmet local female impersonators to be sold as a
hors d'oeuvres, fine art, a “V9 and silent fundraiserforMoveable Feast Lexington.
auction, live entertainment, a cash bar, and The calendars will be unveiled at a
perhaps even a 9h°5t sighting! The COSt reception and Bombshell-themed show at
will be $25 (price includes one drink ticket) The Bar Complex'on November 16'“. The
or two tickets for $40 (price includes two reception will start at 8 pm. and the show
drink tickets) for a spectacular evening will start at 9:30 pm. Coverforthe show is
steeped 'n Southern charm. , _ $5. Calendars are $12 each or 10 for $100.
Local and nattronally known artists W'” Purchase of a calendar will allow for free
be featured including Arturo Sandoval. Our admission to the show.
feature piece this yearisa 1974 Keeneland This is Gohde's third calendar in
billboard. Join us and enjoy great fOOd' collaboration with the Imperial Court,
music and exquisite art! For more info on having produced the immensely popular
this event, sponsorship, art auction updates “Femme Fatale” and “Fairy Tales”
or t? donate art please call (859) 2253000 calendars in 2002 and 2004 respectively.
orvrsrt Wm. “Bombshells” features such local favorites
World AIDS Day '5 Dec. 1' Watch for as Natalie Gaye, Cammie Dietrich, Phoenix
detarls coming soon. Gaye, J.D. Vaughn, Tracy Taylor, Eden
_ _ Towers, and Lady Marmalade in all their
1* ACTOUT Tryouts unintentionally exhibitionistic glory. They
“g, . . are the grrls next door whose charms are
Auditions for the 0th ACtOUt revealed in that moment when they realize
play Wi” be on NOW 3 (Thurs) and 4 (Fifi) they've been caught in what might be an
at 7 pm at the Pride Center. The play will embarrassing pose.
be the controversial Corpus Christi. There ---Continued 0'7 next Page
is a perusal script at the Pride Center. r .1,” ‘33“? «”574.
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consider the possibilities of a present day {,’,;;~,;«g‘;. . 'h _ em er:
religious savior. Thirteen male actors w’fvm"mr?rt"‘qw Xe,“
perform a variety of parts. Joshua is born in ,5prénsommomework
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SERVICES door knobs and blown into the air by haphazardly-
ORGANIZAHON placed fans. The elements conspire to deprive them
Lexington, Kentucky °ftheird°thin93
Today we find ourselves at war abroad and at
in, NM home. The war on terrorism and battles for social
justice begged for the creation of this calendar. The
Vol. 20 No.11 pinups troops originally placed on theirfootlockers in
Published Monthly by: WWll were meant to motivate them and remind them
of home. These pinups are meantto do the same, yet
GLSO there is more significance to their existence.
RO.Box 1172 Lex., KY 40588 The models featured in “Bombshells” are at
www.Iexingtonglso@yahoo.com times model and soldier. The drag community is
wwwwebspawner.comlusers/g|soqxnet often at the forefront of community mobilization
—— efforts (think Stonewall). Here, they are portraying
News Editors the helpless “girl” next door, yet arejust as likely to be
Mary Crone unsung activists fighting for equal rights for all
- Americans and raising money for local organizations
Jac'kle CObem that do the same.
W For more on the history of pinup calendars and
GLSO Board to see an example of one of the many wonderful
Joan Brannon, President pinups included in the Court’s 2006 calendar, see
. , page 8 - 9. After the reception, calendars Will be
Tom Collins, V'ce Pres' available at the Pride Center, Moveable Feast, from
Ben Salyers, Secretary various local retailers, and on the Court's website
Thomas Collins
Lindsay Mattingly “WHAT SHALL WE GIVE"
Jen Meclenburg Another Note, a men's choral ensemble, will
Terry Mullins present “What Shall We Give," a holiday benefit
concert on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 8 pm. at Woodland
Pride Center Office Manager Christian Church, 530 East High St.A$12 suggested
Bill Chandler donation at the door will be given to Movable Feast,
providing meals to persons living with HlV/AIDS and
to homebound Hospice patients.
The title of our concert comes from one of our
songs, “What Shall We Give. This year has seen a lot
Individuals or Couples $20, of suffering, especially for people affected by the
For One Year Subscription. many natural disasters. ”There are still people here
in the Bluegrass affected byAlDS and HIV who need
Opinions expressed in the GLSO News are our help," says Artistic Director Steve Johnson. "This
those Ofthe authors and don'fnecessan'ly concert is our way to give back to our community
represent those of the GLSO Board. through Movable Feast.
Submissions received after the deadline, which What Shall We Give will feature a mix of
Eng;mafisggenzfifghe’fflzz Egg” contemporary .and traditional Christmas. and
reserves the n‘ghtto edit ”reject submissions Hanukah selections guaranteed to help you ring In
the holiday season in true Another Note style!
GtSO Pdge2

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40+ Women
The 40+ Club is a group for women WOmCln'S PIOCG
over 40 (and younger friends) who are Women’s Place has been established
interested in attending a wide variety of on the UK campus as a safe space for
activities together. We have some great women. We believe that basic safety and
events planned for the next couple of freedom from fear is essential to an
months beginning with wine tasting and a environment oftrue oportunity, equlity and
concert at Equus Run Vineyard on excellence. We are located at 106 Frazee
Saturday, Nov. 5 from 1 until 4 pm. Equus Hall and are open M - F from 9 — 5. We can
Run is located at 1280 Moores Mill Road be reached at257—3564 or 257-3574. For
Midway, KY, off Leestown Rd, RT 421. information seewww.uky.edu/Student
This is a benefit for God's Pantry. Affairs/Woman’sPlace.
Admission is 2 or more non-perishable Woman’s Place was created in
food items. response to a study conducted last fall by
On Sunday, November 13, at 2 p m, the Center for Research on Violence
the 40+ Club’s monthly meeting will be Against Women. The study found that
held at Pride Center followed by supper at 36.5% of women at UK reported having
an Ethiopian restaurant. been either beaten, raped, or stalked
In December we are planning a during their time at UK. These statistics
Holiday Weekend in Louisville. On Friday, are appalling embarrassing, and
Dec. 9 we will attend Voices of preventable.
Kentuckiana’s Holiday Concert, ”I Still UK’s Women’s Place is committed to
Believe". (www.voicesky.org) On implementing creative, research driven
Saturday, Dec. 10, we will celebrate strategies to effectively address physical,
December birthdays at the Connection sexual and psychological violence against
Nightclub. We will be getting hotel rooms women. We will provide training,
forFriday&Saturday night. educational programming, consultation
lfyou have questions or would like to and advocacy.
be added to the 40+ mailing list, call or Eardrum is the student group of UK's
email Ginger and Jane at 859-253-0061 or Women's Place, dedicated to "engaging,
ggclr@yahoo.com forinformation. educating, and empowering the UK
community on women's rights and issues,
RClll'lbOW Families specifically violence against women." We
. .. . . are doing several outreach projects,
The Rant)”. Families 89an for education and awareness programming.
November is still in the planning stage. We meet on Wednesday nights at8 in the
Call Cheryl or Jen at 859-523-3083 for Student Centerroom205.
information. _ , , We can make a difference for every
Ra'f‘b‘w" Families 0f Lexmgton student on this campus. We are inviting
(RFQL) '3 an organization for gay and everyone regardless of race, gender,
lesbian parents and the." children m the class, sexual orientation, religious
Lexmgton area. Our missmn '5 to show background, or other such categories to
our children that there are other families attend our meetings. We are an open
like theirs. We inVIte parents. as well as group committed to helping students. If
thosewho areiuststartingtheiriourney to you have further questions and/or
parenthood to 10m RFOL. To become a ts c o n ta ct u s at
member call Jen at 523— 3083 or join 6 o m m e n ‘ .
i —GLSC)Poge3

 Miss gay CKy M8 Offl Classic prepare forawonderful concert. I f y o u
have ever sung with SisterSound and have

on WedheSdeyl .Dec. 7, The Bar thought of coming back, this is the season
Complex Wt” hOSt MISS Gay Kentucky, to do it. Orifyou have thoughtaboutjoining
2005, an official preliminary to Miss Gay us but have not, come lend your voice as -
USOfA- The Pageant begins at '9130, we prepare to put on our best shows yet.
admission $5. We are a non-auditioned chorus.

Several national winners will be Rehearsals are at 6 pm every
staring: Latoya Bacall, Miss USofA 2005, Sunday at Landsdowne Cumberland
Tina Devore, Miss USofA Classic Presbyterian Church, 333 Redding Rd. For
Emeritus, and Ginger Manchester, Miss information call 806-0243 or email Patti at
USofA Clasic 2004. Celete Holmes, Pride paowens@excite.com.

. ofWest Virginia Emeritus and Natalie Gaye
will also be featured. Vollyball

Registration for contestants is at 4:30 The Fall indoor season of
pm and there is a $75 entry fee. II b H b S d 10 2 O5
Contestants will be judged on interview, V0 ey. a egan 0n un ay ' '
gown and talent. For contestant packets or and W'“ run “"0th 12‘18'05- We play
question please contact LaToya or John at between 1 and 4Pm- The wet '3 $30
859294-0901. for the entire season or $4 per week.

, The gym is located at 545 No. Upper
SISTGI'SOUDO' Street - the old Dunbar High School

SisterSound is rehearsing for its gym. This is lUSt SOUth 0f West 6th
winter concert to be held on Janualy 21. Street. Upper is one way - towards
This is our tenth anniversary season and it downtown, The gym sits back from the
is not to late to join the chorus as we streeton the right Side,

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The. Niansion at Griffin Gate
I800 Newtown Pike
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. 4:00 p.111. to 8:00 pm].
, $25 for one ticket (includes one dunk ticket)
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You are the foundation upon which we build all our
We aiso appreciate the contributions many of you have made in our
efforts to Save the Pride Center.. We want to improve our financial
security before we get to the crisis point. We are currently applying for
grants — granting organizations like to see that we have solid support in
the community. If you are not yet a member, please send in this form
and become one. Consider giving a subscription as a Holiday present.
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EMDR Trauma Work unveiled at a reception and Bombshell-
Couples, Family, Individual themed show at The Bar Complex on
imagoconnection.com 552-6533 November 16‘“. (See pages 1—2)
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attraction. We have a template in our brains of stationed abroad during World War ll.
familiar love, imprinted upon us as young For many of these troops, pinups were
children by ourcaretakers. their only links to the homes they'd left
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we would want inapartner. We find somebody After Esquire magazine began
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says, “Hey how is it With Joe?” And YOU reply, cartoons featuring seductive women
“N0 hejustisn’tthe one.” being ogled by mischievous suitors,
We “fall in love” With the person who has America’s mainstream fascination with
bOth the negative and the positive the pinup began its long, interesting
characteristics ofourcaregivers. We see them history. Calendars, magazine covers'
across the room, maybe we only see them matchbooks, and other advertisements
walk, DUI” “antennae” 90 UP-----"HEY” Then offered naughty glimpsesintotheworld
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iswhatissupposedto be.ltisallunconscious. models became cultural icons before
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template that we have builtin from the infancy Judy Garland, Bettie Page, and Joan
on. Our relationship, this person to whom we Crawford, to namejustafew.
were unconsciously attracted, was “meant” to By 1960,America‘s fascination with
bein ourlife. pinups was waning. Paintings became
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good with all those hormones running through perhaps due to the allure of nudity that
our blood stream. But those hormones don’t was being fed by magazines such as
last forever, this stage ends in about two Playboy. Pinup artseemed to have met
years! Just as we make a commitment, the its demise.
hormones stop and then “BAM”- things our Some forty five years later, pinups
partner does begin to drive US crazy! have undergone a rebirth. The advent of
This is where this “theory” of image was the internet has allowed for wider
created. Harville Hendrix was teaching a distribution of pinup pictures and many
course about relationships at a University in artists are stillworking exclusively in this
Texas. Buthe feltlikeatotal hypocrite because genre, although digital media are
he W390“ his way to divorce COUTt- playing a much larger role in their
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hardestthingsin ourlives?”hewondered. When we were first together, we touch,

Hendrick “dropped OUt" and started hold hands but as time goes by we drift
studying and researching relationships. apart. We stop laughing as much and
He theorized that we choose relationships doing as many fun things together. Good
“unconsciously” in an effort to heal energy is important to infuse back into the
ourselves, to become whole. But this relationship.
processdoesnotworksmoothly. Restructuring Frustrations: an

However, he found that when we importanttool to have in ourtool box. This
make the relationship process conscious, is a “dialogue” that we have when our
we can begin to healthe parts ofourselves partner frustrates us. In this dialogue we
that were wounded when we were tell ourpartnerwhatwe need fromthem.
children. We can then learn how to have Relationship Vision: what we want our
healthier relationships and become relationship to be, our relationship
“WhOlc”- “mission statement”. We write ourvision of

lmago relationship work takes you on our relationship in all aspects, sex, fun,
thisjourney. There are techniques to help communication, vacations, family. Our
you make your unconscious wants and partnerwritestheirrelationship vision,and
needs conscious. 30th partners make we combine the two. It is written in the
discoveries about themselves and share present tense, and gives us the “path” to
these With each other. lmago 9ch5 us live the relationship ofourdreams.
“tools” for good relationships that we were So what is imago? It is a set ofteeis to
nOtShOWh duringchildhood. help you get what you need in your
Intentional Dialogue: a communication relationship. It is the single most effective
t00l that gives empathic listening, and tool to get passion and intimacy with your
validationtoyourworld. partner. Jessica is a certified Imago
Reinvisioning: seeing your partnerin a Relationship Therapist, and Getting the
new way. Discovering that they really are Love You Want workshop presenter. Her
on“yourteam” and do notwantto rewound next workshop is November 11, 12, 13th.
you as happened in ChildhoOd- Call her and sign up with you partner to
Re-romantizing: getting the fun and begin the journey of real relationship
connection back into your relationship. connectionl859-552-6533

Couples Union
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Rev. Kenneth Walb el
Professmnal Splrltual Dlrectlon
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:3 ‘1, 7:30 Lexington Insight (Call f°r P'ace)
@ the Pride Center Mondays:
- 7:30 p Gay/Lesbian AA 8pm - Gay/ Lesbian AA
(call for place) 278-7103 Discussion/SpeakeriCa/l for
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10a UU Church 8p AA Open 7 GLSO Discussmn 7 GLSO Discusswn 7:30 Ga /Lesbian AA - -
10330 a St 'Mychal's Discussion/Speakers Gfioup-PC Gproup-PC (call fgr plgce) 278-7103 ESIIN r2631: 27:33:31; us 7pm ' GSA [Gay Straight
2p Women S 40 + GroupPC (call for place), 278-7103 8p Gay/Lesbian AA W, 7.. ‘ . Alliance)
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7:30pm - Fairness (2nd Man.) [1 st Friday) [ '1 st. Sat. J 4pm- Integrity (2nd Sun}
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 Religious and Spiritual Resources
St. Mychal The Martyr Jubilee Fellowsbm
St. Mychal The Martyr Parish invites you The Jubilee Fellowship continues to
to our services on Sundays at 10:30 am. meet every Sunday forWorship at11 am,
with Rev Ken Waibel performing mass. at 713 East Loudon Avenue. We w‘”
We are located at 1350 Eastland Dr., Suite serve the 00mmt'mty as a safe place to
#5, off Winchester Rd. St. Mychal is a come and receive the love Of Jesus
member of the Orthodox Catholic Church thr9ugh ,3 variety of reswces- We have
ofAmerica, a national denomination that is ablg V'S'O" and a b'9 GOd; Ifth's sounds
gay supportive, performs blessing of gay like something you would like to be a part
unions, welcomes divorced people, and 0f call Pastor .00” W°,°d @ 859'514'
ordains women into the orders of Deacon, 5518 ore-mall L___g@___fellowshi aol.com. ,
Priest and Bishop. We have a support group, Komonia,
The Orthodox Catholic Church is one of meeting eve? Friday “'th from 7 to 9
about three dozen offshoots of the Roman pm for indiVIduals wanting to discuss
Catholic Church and is open to married, spiritual abuse .lssues, rem/9'?! from
divorced and single people, welcoming all add'Ct'V? behaVIors, and to. re-dlscover
regardless of the blessings or problems of your spirituality. The group '5 faCiIltated
theirlives. by Rev Sandy Nabozny who has a
The church is named for Rev. Mychal Masters m Human Serwces, over 20
Judge, an openly gay priest and a years in drug and alcohol counseling and
chaplain for the New York Fire Dept who is experienced in dealing withbattered
was killed on Sept. 11, while trying to persons. Her co faCIlitator is Karen
rescue victims at the world Trade Center. Taylor Wh‘? has a Masters 'n Ed”_°at'°“
He was made a Saint by the Orthodox and a BS m Psychology and SOC'OIOQV‘
CatholiCChurCh ”12002 Karen has three years experience in
St. Mychal’s has space available for leading similar support groups. She is
meetings and receptions. Call 859 389- also an. ex-ex gay group leader. For
9418 oremail kypadre@aol.com. information call 514'5518'
more informationon pages 16 and 20
Welcoming all people equally:
»- Gay, Straight, Married,
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received the GLAD (Gay and. Lesbian M“ be standingtwith you, standing on the
Advocates and Defenders) “SpritofJustice” sude 0f love. “ThIS '5 a great honor. Thank 7
award on Sept. 30, 2005 in a packed you so mUCh‘
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behalf of GLAD by Hillary and Julie The Unitarian Universalist church isa
Goodridge, was given to recognize and welcoming congregation. We do not just i
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achievements reflect a profound dedication celebrate them. We invnte you to attend our
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