xt7wpz51k596 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7wpz51k596/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 199803 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 1998 text GLSO News, March 1998 1998 2019 true xt7wpz51k596 section xt7wpz51k596 /'
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For eight seasons the Lexington Men's SisterSound--Lexington Women's aggriltdoantlfpfiggrngefl gh‘etrotetsrsaneel
Chorus has maintained a certain sense of Chorus invites all GLSO readers to our SisterSound lounded in 1596
dignity and grace. That is about to change! spring concert Sunday, March 29 at 3 pm. enjoyed unprecedented growth earlier this
Wednesday, March ti at 8 pm, LMC will We will perform in the Recital Hall of the year. During our December 1997 concert
take the stage at the Bar Complex tor a Singletary Center for the Performing Arts. our performing membership was 27.
benefit amateur drag show. There may not Tickets are $15, and may be purchased Twenty women joined us in January 47
be enough makeup and wigs in all of from chorus members or the Singletary voices will be singing at our March concert.
Lexington to make these men "pretty," but ticket office. New members are welcome at the
they are determined the audience will not be You won’t want to miss this concert beginning of each pertorming season in
disappointed. Admission is $5 at the door. entitled "Celebration" in honor of Women‘s January and September. No auditions are ,
and a portion of this benefits the Lexington lHislory Month. We have planned a required only a willingness to sing and ,
Pride Center. Arrive early because this show iwondertul celebration of women-written, enjoy mé companv of a diverse group oi
is sure to be a settout. “produced and themed music including Big women ’

Lexington Men‘s Chorus has been busy ”Legged Woman, Music in My Mother‘s it you don‘t sing. cansiderioining our
this winter in December the Lexington Arts House, Heroes and March of the Women. ,Auxiliary Committee Members at this >
and Cultural Council notitied LMC they would Another selection, trier/e tells the story group assist with vital “hemndI-ihe—soenes“
receive matching funds to purchase 8 ol two young women who petitioned the duties like pro duction ticket sales and 3
rehearsal piano, Since torming eight years court so they could attend their Junior Prom receptions. We hope you will celebrate with 1
ago, the chorus had ”relied on the kindness of together, Highlighting this number are two us March 29th. It you have any question ?
strangers,“and borrowed pianos tor “surprise“ guests who accompany the about SisterSoun d1 or are interested in ‘5
rehearsal. Now the Chorus and Pride Center chorus. joining our group please contact Lee
are enjoying the sound ot a new. black , SisterSound is also proud to be Stormbringer at 875-7791. g
upright Yamaha piano. MCC is already using sharing our stage with Reel World String
the piano during worship services .

January toun d LMC singing Brian pleaser. Two pertormanws are scheduled-- " ' —“"" —‘" ' ““"' "
Throckmorton's arrangement ot The Star satP’daY‘ April 25 at 8 pm. and Sunday,
Spangled Banner at a Thoroughblade’s April 26 at 3 pm. Tickets Will be available Sponsor Of the
hockey game and pertorming at the annual soon at the Singletary Center box office or Month
"Night tor the Arts“ at the Opera House. from any chorus member. ,

We are already rehearsing for our April , Last but certainly not least, LMC '5
concert at the Sin 9 elta ry C enter, "Broadway exerted about Its pairing With SisterSound SISTERSOU ND
Bound”--all singing! all dancing!—- with music for the ”'99 show Saturday, June 13 at
trom A Chorus Line, Les Miz, Bye Bye Birdie, 8 pm 3‘ S‘"9'e‘a'y"‘m°’e 0” mat “once”
Oliver and La Cage is sure to be a crowd to come. _—_____——.

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Pubh‘smd Month!) by m" lbridge this gap by sharing a specific history. entitled “Sex, Gender, and Sexuality: e
chmgm“ Gay/LOSE“ Services , 3635’ tells the poignant story 0i Aram The Case of Christine Jorgenson." For t
Organization land Seta Thomasian, survivors of the Turkish more information call Kat Williams or t
321 E 2nd Street itsrllaughtetr of ArmTerniansI during the early: part at Caroline Light, Dept. of History, 257~ i
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larrived in America, a tifteen-year-old "picture Come Together Kentucky
_ lbride." We watch them over the next twelve Out-FRONT, the GLBT/Ally organization 5
Edltors: iyears as they struggle to become afamily. of Northern Kentucky University is proud to l
Peter Taylor 3 Robert Parks Johnson (Aram) and Laurie present Come Together Kentucky l998, Pride g
Mary Crone iGenet (Seta) both give outstanding Power, and Politics: The Results of higher 1
performances that carry their characters Wsibi/l'ty. This fourth annual weekend-long 1
Layout Editor: lthrough anger, grief, determination and love. conference will be held on March 27-29 and 1
Charlie Perkins lKevin Hardesty plays Vincent, a twelve-year- will focus on raising visibility or GLBT i
told trying to survive on the streets ot organizations, and HIV/AIDS Awareness.
lMiiwaukee. He comes into their lives and The Keynote speaker will be Dr. Kenneth r
lhelps bring resolution to their pain. Hardesty Sherrill who was an expert witness in y
GLSO Annual Dues and talso presents Vincent as an old man who is Cincinnati’s issue 3 case. Workshops will be -
Newsletter $1 5 twitnessing the story at the Thomasians. He held Saturday afternoon. Out-FHONT’s AIDS 1
‘ ' ' ‘ ldoes an excellent job portraying both ages. Benefit Blowout will be held on Saturday night. 5
Dues and NcwlettCF for The excellent performances are The costin $1010$18, sliding scale which 1
Couples: $20 Eenhanced by the staging, lighting, Armenian will include hotel accommodations if you act 1
lmusic, costume and set design. Aootr's Guild tast. Contact Out-FRONT, c/o Vince LeMaster, ;
does a great job of bringing all the details NKU, 10 Campbell Dr, Oak 1211, Highland 1
Views or opinions expressed in the together. Don‘t miss this play about the Heights, Ky. 41076. Email at
GLSO News are those 0i the authors and redeeming power of the human spirit. OUTFRONT@NKU>EDU or phone 572-7874. 1
don’t necessarily represent those of the Next on their agenda is Blues for an i
GLSgui‘figsgnDsireacr‘gSwemome All Alabama Sky by Pearl Cleage who is also the Networking Meeting 1
submissions become the property of author of Flyin West,arnuch apprecrated play Tues. March 17th r
GLSO and must indicate full name and from last season. Set in 1930, Blues tells the |
address of the author. The staff reserves story Of a tree-spirited Cotton C'Ub singer and Pride Center ‘
the right to edit submissions and ads to the flamboyant gay costume designer who
meet publishing requirements, as well as takes her under his wing. This play opens April 6:30 pm
the right to reject any submissions. 2 and runs through April 26.F0r tickets call
Actor's Guild at 233-7330. 387 Waller Ave. ,
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Spring Fling Dance activity. Ramona is looking tor women, the many“behind the swnes" jobs necessary
On Saturday, April 4th at 8 pm GLSO who are interested in getting together to for production. it you are interested, call Bill at
and lnterweave are co—sponsoringaspring hike around Lexington 0' at W State 255-5469.
dance at the Unitarian Church, 3654 Clays Parks. PerhaDSi we COUld meet the second
Mill Rd. Doors will Open at 3 pm. The and fourth Saturdays of each month. MCC Games Night
church has built a new addition including a Ramona believes March 14th is an ideal MCC is hosting regular game nights on
new kitchen which we will be using. There time ‘07 a hike at Natural Bridge and the the fourth Friday of each month. This month
will now be space tor quiet talking as well surrounding RGd River Gorge 8793- If we meet March 27th at 7 pm. at the Pride
as the Great Hall tor ”get down" dancing to you‘re interested, 03“ her at 277'9429 for Center. We have been having great tun with
a wide range of sounds including disco, details. 'T ”0 one answers, please “3&3 Taboo, Balderdash and card games like
rock, and women’s music. Cold drinks, ”1955399- hearts and spades. Everyone is welcome,
beer, and snacks will be sold; please do not Interweave so come out and play! Q
bring alcohol. (Hp Our next Interweave luncheon will
pride planning be Sunday, March 8th following the Tum About
. ‘ _ church service at 12:30 pm in the The Bar Complex annual Turn-About
A pride planning meetlng has been Fehowship House» Phase bring a dish Will be Wednesday, April 1 in the Cabaret
36't for 7 pm, Tuesday, March iOth 611 the to share. We will discuss plans tor our Showroom of the Bar. The money raised this
Pride Center, 387 Waller Ave. We have a participation in the Spring Fling Dance year Wt” 90 to the AIDS Walk tor Lite,
good start on plannmgltwlo full weeks (and on April 4th. Davina 2716174. scheduled tor April 19. AVOL will have a
three W96k€hd$l 0“ actrvrtles. The dates for (g) table with information about the Walk tor Lite
Lexington’s Pride celebration are June 6th including sign up sheets, The door will open .
l through June 21st. There is still room on Networking Meeting at 3 pm. and the show will start at 915.
' the schedule tor more events. We are now holding Networking Admission is $5.00] and 31 will gotoward the
The Pride Picnic Planning Committee meetings monthly on the third Tuesday of door prize drawing for a Spring Basket. Q
l is looking for individuals or groups, who each month at 6:30 pm. at the Pride
l want to perform at the picnic Sunday, June Center. This month’s meeting is March 17. Dragin' For [esus
i 14. it you sing, dance, emcee, play an We start with a potluck, which lately has Prepare yourself for the return of Dragin
> instrument or have another talent that is made delicious dining, and move on to For Jesus the MCC fund raiser that was one
. suited for an outdoor setting, please getting to know one another and the groups of the best drag shows oi 1997. Mark your
I contact Davina at 271-6174. Local writers, we represent. Bring a dish and a friend, calendars now for Wednesday, April 22,
i it you are interested in reading at the 2nd and discover the many ways to be involved Once again, we'll be dragin' at the Bar
, annual Gay Pride Working Class Kitchen, in our community. Mike 225-1828. Complex. Even Gertie Mae has agreed to
I call KGHY at 2776158. @ put in an appearance! Look for more
i We also need more help organizing ACT OUT information in the next newsletter.
the picnic and distributing information. Pink Inc., the new theatrical group _ Q
Members of the Pride Committee vote for advertised last month, has changed its name CUUPS
the Volunteer of the Year Award presented to Act Out. Homer Tracy and Bill Chandler The Covenant 0t Unitarian Universalist
during the Banquet at the end oi Pride are heading up this group which hopes to Pagans (CUUPS) meets once a month after
Month. For more information or to produce two shows yearly to benefit various the Sunday service (approximately 12:15
volunteer, call Terry at 255-5469. ® organizations in our community. They are pm.) at the Unitarian Church. On March 22,
, , waltm ‘0 “we've a may they WOU'd "“9 to do we will discuss wildlife. This meeting is open
anmg for Pride Month before setting the next to pagans of any tradition and to people
Walking is great exercise, reduces meeting date. They know they will need wanting to know more about the pagan path.
stress, and can be an enjoyable social people interested in acting and in helping with For more information, call Patrick 268-1640.

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 Our Tribal Gifts treasured tribal gifts: telling the truth, coming directors. pastors, board members, deacons.
out when it is costly and can make a bishops) and on the outside. Church ought to
The Reverend Nancy lMlson, the senior difference. There aren't different kinds of be a place where people are loved,
pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church truth, every truth is connected to and comforted, and uplifted, but also where we
in Los Angeles, has written an interesting somehow supports every other truth. To are shocked, shaken, and turned around.
book, Our Tribe, Queer Folk, God, Jesus, and follow Christ is to live in the truth, the whole Also, a place where we can laugh.
The Bible. This book is written with truth. Coming out. telling the truth, is to “There are other gifts, some more
iesbigaytrans readers in mind, to stimulate increase our spiritual health.“ explicitly spiritual. We contribute to a fuller
our thinking rather than to explain ourselves “Another tribal gift is humor. I can think image of God. Now, its one thing to claim that
to straight people. Rather than review this of no other protest or civil rights movement God might actually tolerate or accept gay and
book, we are printing selections mainly from that has been accompanied by so much self— lesbian people, it's quite another to claim that
chapter two: “Boldly Exercising Our Tribal reflective humor. One of the worst slanders people might be able to see God in and
Gifts." Other chapters include “Healing Our about gays and lesbians is that there is through us sometimes. We are not less like
Tribal Wounds,” and “A queer Theology of something inherently sad, lonely, and pitiful God than a rock. a tree, or a heterosexual
Sexuality.” about our lifestyle. We known thousands of person. When i try to communicate this, i
“it is an audacious thing, on the eve of gay and lesbian and bisexual people. The often hit a brick wall-—a brick wall called
this millennial shift, to claim purpose and sad and lonely stuff is about oppression, not internalized homophobia. When we are
meaning for gay and lesbian people on the about our sexuality.“ affirming about being made in the image of
planet. We are not a deformity, a mistake. “Mark Thompson writes about our God, we simply scare ourselves to death. We
We are not a genetic deficiency that needs to humor and compares it to the traditional role have been so deeply traumatized by church
be tolerated or eradicated. We are not an of the fool in countless cultures and times in doctrine and by “religious" people.“
annoying group of sex fiends seeking to history: “The role of the fool, the trickster, the “Sexuality is still a great mystery in l
legitimize perverted sex in the streets or the contrary one capable of turning a situation many ways. Where else in human
schoolyard.“ inside out, is one of the most enduring of all experience do the issues of genetics, biology,
"We are a necessary part of creation, archetypes. Often cross-dressed, or adorned politics, psychology, ethics, poetry, and even .
biologically, sociologically, spiritually. We, like with both masculine and feminine symbols, metaphysics intersect? What does it mean
others, not more or less than others, these merry pranksters chase through history for a man or woman to be straight or gay or
contributed to the wholeness, the multi- holding up 3 looking glass to human folly.“ bisexual? (or Transgendered?) Whenever
dimensionality of creation. Neither creation "Holding up a looking glass to human anyone challenges our deeply held
nor the church is complete without us." folly. lcan never forget the chant that would assumptions about gender and sexuality,
“We have tribal gifts to share. (Not) all inevitably start at AlDS demonstrations when they drag us into that enigmatic border, and
gay and lesbian people have these gifts in stone-faced police officers would arrive with this terrifles us. People who do so are often
equal measure (and not all) will necessarily their prophylactic yellow gloves allegedly to ostracized, punished, or banished."
choose to exercise them; but we seem to keep themselves from catching AIDS while “The same is true for spirituality.
bear them together. First, we offer the gift of dragging us away to jail: “Your gloves don't Spirituality is the enigmatic border between
coming out. (This) simply means to fell the match your shoes! Your gloves don't match the worlds-between heaven and earth.
truth, to disclose the hitherto private, hidden your shoes!" These chanters saw something Mature theology needs to include sexuality.
realities of our lives. People come out of the funny in the fanciful, ignorant protections of Sexuality is at its most basic 3 life force, the
closet about all kinds of things these days, their persecutors and made fun of them. That urge to connect, to give birth, to create, to
and sexuality is only one of them.‘ humorous way of turning tables, of laughing change, to grow, to affect, and to be affected.
“We gay and lesbian people were told in the face of insults, is simultaneously Our existence within the church is a
we‘d better lie to survive, But to encourage disarming and empowering.“ challenge to theology to include the capacity
lying as a strategy for handling problems, is to “We are in a good position to hold up to celebrate and embrace sexuality. it is not
compromise our spiritual health. Lying is soul the mirror of reflection to the church easy for the church, it is not easy for us. But
killing. Jesus did not ask us to lie in order to especially. We are, after all, the “in-between“ coming to a fuller conception of God, and a
serve him, or God, or the church. Stop lying folks. We‘ve been both very much on the fuller conception of the human race, is worth
to yourself. it is the squandering of one of our inside of the church (as its organists, choir the struggle "

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'paM‘ y MOV‘ e S lucky rats, but thanks to the Kentucky
Theater, i still have a stunning. panoramic
LOSING CHASE Ifind it difficult to say goodbye to them at the view of the them in their cage with all the
by Davina Warner end of the film (perhaps that’s why l've toys. 80 in the spirit of capitulation to the
If you haven’t seen Losing Chase watched this video several times). Ultimately, inevitable, here's a brief run-down of all the
(released on video last year), you’re missing I see Losing Chase as the story of one gay-themed movies that we can anticipate at
an extraordinary film. In his directoral debut, woman's journey to herself. it is not an easy the Kentucky next month (not counting some
Kevin Bacon (you may remember him from journey, and under Bacon's caring direction I with gay subtexts).
Footloose and Tremors) brings viewers a film am able to empathize with Chase's complex First and possibly least is Midnight in
that examines the complex emotions of a array of emotions. And while the ending is no the Garden of Good and Evil which will be
family in crisis. “happily ever after" it is satisfying and real. shown on the first weekend in March.
Helen Mirren stars as Chase, a woman 80, if you're looking for a well-acted film Eastwood has furnished a major
who has recently joined her husband Richard with intelligent, complex and real characters, disappointment to some of his fans (like me)
(Beau Bridges) and two sons at their summer I highly recommend Losing Chase. with his ill-conceived rendering of John
home on Martha's \Aneyard after being Berendt's charming book. it‘s particularly
discharged from a mental hospital. To ease galling that the gay love story which provides
his wife’s transition back into her life, Richard COMING ATTRACTIONS the centerpiece for the book is marginalized
hires a college graduate, Elizabeth (Kyra by Peter Taylor into background color so the movie can focus
Sedgwick) to help care for the children and Many years ago, I remember reading in on a completely bogus relationship between
the household. Elizabeth, who has Omni about a provocative experiment that characters who add up to about "zero"
confronted mental illness in her own family, contrasted the cerebral development of a thematically. It resembles one of those
immediately bonds with the boys and group of rats inacage withahlghly enriched presumptuous movies about racial
gradually develops a friendship with Chase. environment (that is, lots of toys) with the intolerance that are only interested in the
Bacon explores the growing trust and brains of a group of rats in another cage who white folks reaction to the persecution of
friendship between the two women had a lot less to play with, but were able to some despised minority that are only given
beautifully. Outstanding acting by Mirren and WATCH those lucky rats with all the toys. roles as minor characters.
Sedgwick brings the complex layers of Chase Unsurprisingly, the rats with all the toys had I thought Eastwood was more
and Elizabeth to life. Their relationship is much bigger, more wrinkled (complex) sophisticated and i can't imagine why he
open, honest, feeling and intimate. Bacon brains. chickenedoutso badly. The high point of the
isn’t afraid to show the deep intimacy and This information led me to question, for movie is The Lady Chablis, but even she
sexual feelings that can develop in female the first time, my life-long addiction to media. could have used a facial for God's sake.
friendships. The relationship profoundly It wasn't much ofastretch for me to conclude You've got to be continued 0,, page 7
affects both women, especially Chase who that in our culture, the movie industry is that , . . _ ,_ , , , . _, _
finally finds the courage to accept herself for cage with all the toys and we, the audience TOW THE
who she is. are in the cage... well you know. mum-ABM
I found it refreshing that characters in After that, I made more of an effort to mammal
this film were allowed to explore and display have a real life instead of just watching HM
the complexity and depth of their emotions. someone else's, but with movie production > 5
In contrast, when Chase and Elizabeth costs now typically running a million dollars a DRE-”As
, interact withthelarger community of Martha's minute, I've realized that l'm just not very -zamt‘:«
Vineyard, we get to see a pretentious wond l competitive here in my meager cage. Gee, mmt‘mm
am certain Chase could not bring herself to my whole life has yet to cost a million dollars, .¢“\w‘i*5
I live in anymore. and I‘ve lived over 23 million minutes so far! :‘ixrm’finff’,
Losing Chase is a well-acted film with l'm sure glad i can't see how scrawny and ’ihftigyfflr‘tflw
interesting and likeable characters. llike the undeveloped my brain must be looking by ”MI/W13“-
characters of Chase and Elizabeth so much, now! "‘"’”'“ ’ "i“ ”W" M“

 extra careful about your pores if you're face dysfunctional, existential misery. Whether character was based on. Roman a clef could
is going to be forty feet tall in every town with this constitutes cinematic art is, of course up get a little hazardous around here... we're not
a cineplex. The director's evident willingness to you. Personally I don‘t see the challenge all sophisticated enough to handle it.
to let her compete with all the Hollywood of showing people who don't belong together The midnight movies include the Rocky
types on a less-than equal footing suggests fail to work things out and besides I‘m Horror Picture Show and Everything You
exploitation more than respect. already depressed enough as itis, thank you Always Wanted to Know About Sex.
Next is Ma Vie En Fiose (My Life in very much! Everybody already knows more than enough
Pink) which has received almost uniformly 100 Proof returns the last weekend of about Rocky Horror because it's been being
rave reviews throughout the country, and the month, in case you might have missed over hyped. overpraised and overrated for
which will be playing for at least two weeks in the premiere. I know this doesn't have an well over a decade now. If you do go, all the
the middle of the month. This "sensitive and explicitly gay theme, but the characters energy is in the first hour.
funny" tale about gender identification has depicted were "suggested" by an infamous EYAWTKAS is another matter, it's old
won numerous awards all over the world, and local lesbian couple. The critical reception enough that a lot of college-aged people
is easily a prime contender for the Academy for this, was well... promising, and often could have actually missed it. Released at
Award for best foreign film. One reviewer noting the extreme competence with which the acme of the “sexual revolution“ the movie
reported that the star, 11—year-old Georges all the unpleasantness is depicted. For some has several *classic‘ skits, with a very rich
Du Fesne “captures the spirit of Catherine reason, angst is one of the easiest tones to cast of cameos. If some of it seems like old-
Deneuve.“ If that's an accurate observation, render when you're still learning the ropes. hat now, it's because its been widely imitated
I hope he has a good attorney, she's been But heck - it‘s the director's first film and he's on more recent comedy TV shows (such as
know to sue for such appropriations! a *local‘ for gosh sakes. Maybe if we all SNL and MAD TV). At the time is was quite
An alleged "gay love story" Happy support his attempts at self-expression, he'll arip, because this stuff was too daring for TV
Together will have its Lexington Premier the make it really big and give us a part his next and not common in such well cast.
second weekend of March. Reviews were movie - which will hopefully NOT be about mainstream movies in 1972, l particularly
widely mixed, a few critics loved it, some psychotic crack-whores. liked the transvestite sketch with Lou Jacobi ,
found it an ordeal but all agreed the "look“ of I rather doubt if subsequent showings as the most unlikely transvestite in the world.
the film was superior. I will say this, if you can match the verite quality of the premier, It's like that bad dream you have where you
expect a “love" story beware, the title is just which I hear was disrupted by angry and came to work in your underwear.
irony! The protagonists are depicted in intoxicated relatives of the woman the main
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