xt7zpc2t7j2d https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7zpc2t7j2d/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 198603 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 GSO Newsletter, March 1986 text GSO Newsletter, March 1986 1986 2019 true xt7zpc2t7j2d section xt7zpc2t7j2d LEXINGTON GAY SERVICES ORGANIZATION P.0. BOX 11471 LEXINGTON, KY 40575
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i a, Joe Peep, producer of the Public Theatre in
r ;.m;5 H;,,,a , lfifih , NIC erites the following about the play:
. :;Naw;2“ffi€etda%heihafi "lt reverberates uith the social and personal
Implications of that issue”.Ihe__liornal___heart
‘ M . ' "neg: reveals its origins in the theaWe orEphocTe-s:
: We, Euripides, and Shakespeare. In his moralistic
3‘ '“ ;}v§g§@%§h§%§§” fever, Larry Kramer is a first coustn _ to
~‘ :c;5 . reggae assess nineteenth-century ‘lhsen and twentieth-century
i 1.. _ In _ n _ udets and other radical nricers or the trans.
_' “5 “GR-mi- HEHRT at the heart aI The h’ornal Heart, the element
it , . I . . that elves this donorful eolitical olav its
{ , _ Larry hraner's The hornet heart, “filth essence: is love - love holdlho firm under tire.
; CTIBBE lh?l EUOlTGVEF51ii, tflhli 0?_HI?5 _l5 She not te’the ultimate test, facing and overcoming
'l glegfis “iii be ETESEOlEG 55 ,5 Liilfifitfin ?§B our greatest fear: death ..l love the ardor or
,i aortices’x organizatzon-soonsoreo_ .project this this gig§_ its hgfiiing‘ its terror and its
g month. lfiE yperlornanceq dates at the production gindnegg_t' "
I niii SE fiarch Aisle andep-EE. L lhgflglayl is oart lhe Actors” Solid of Lexington is oleased to
g 53 Ҥ?,5Ltgl e Gull? Uf L?EIOSLGO 17?9'55 9E5}0O he one of the first theatres in the United States
El hurrahild SEIHB PfEsEUlEG at 159 Theatre {outside hen torhl to present the Normal heart.
El iflhfififlgfitthtih‘ls lgflaied ED téféi;q%§5§fhiéfll: hhilelynountins such a production'hay'aooeaF'feasy
{1 Fr. ;*:Mr1_=fl“id;_l: r??? ?I_E“P hIersilde h?ff tron the asoect or TBUtfilng on a play." reelsclty
g, ea?5E?;EU,,1”=“9fi ’“Th :Igr ids} 795? Fuse #9411 Birector tor ASL etc Chaney eaolains nhu doing a
u mmarfiirh‘ -ijflJiiésieh-i rcc‘a the hi Heatr soeclal
ll presented Lat the hfiblli ihfiillfi and starrec xdrai occasion for the‘aFoEE?_-'TEEEE'E§ain. we’re also
ll figvlfi 1? the 5930 3919 53 H93 heats fit $35 EEEET to he the torerunner in hringino the finest in
‘l Elafee oy 9991,3r9?51 .yHE 95?? Q? Eh? SEW EDIE contemporary theatre to the heartland of America.
: :nacesoeare resciual. 3? “35 QTQUUCEE BY 05? has; he re excited that this slay conolnes a social
I .; 5C5 Fifi f5? §559?,§ln9 EUQEhS ott-Broadnay. _ conscience with a sotic scrlot and store. he've
’5] 5%,;éyngt hllléamififiithins 15 ahfllUET eeanole made it our business to than nhat’s hsooenlno to
J. l gl_ é“ Hi“? drama lhéi “53 an_eyen §PO§€§ TU“ 55 hen tort {and the norld as netll in regards to
3‘ mar thanlhemflogae_ ataeeapatfhe theatre and topics that are current, both
3 : Erfifih:3“9eérs 1? hit; 33et3-§§ a hfi{5 €99flffifif§i politically_ and socially. .lo educate as hell as
e 7‘ i0::}§:t JD é gay tfidhle 3.?IEE?EF EB Lfihfls- sue enlighten as our main goal because we teel that
,;; flffft‘r_=13l:lu the mags Left Han L It??? this is something that re community needs to
5. l flees forever.' ‘ soils asr_ls 53115. at the have, it we don’t attenot to arise and teen this
0. ; heartstrinos and deals SEECltlcally with one facet to the American theatre, then we're not
d ti couple's emotions, Theufiornal Heart oisolays the really doing any ion. This 'tg nhat mate; as
o 11 factual side of A108 and is much more statistic- agIIErgnt grga other theatrical argon; is
l l priented. in fact; it isle chronological study at leuinoton.” 1 .
l ij cIMEE, because lhgfltglgo in July; lifil. and sons _ the play _35 being directed hy the hctors'
_ . around hay, egos, all one nniie staging in hen Eoild Frooucihs Birector. Barr: 3. hiilisns. noose
P t tort City. oreviees direttinn credits intlude ’nioht hother.
T ;y hhat makes hoth oi these olays so very Coaorilncts. Con; Each to the Five-Emfilne, dieny
I 5; important to the theatrical world land, indeed; eean5 sissy been and geronica's nose. or.
n g: the entire gay and straight populations) is_ that Eilfians sill also he playing the role o?_Eruce in
ii tne theatre in emerica is once again beginning to the production. he expresses his sentinents shoot
I I cane ournino,'.soc1al issues anu orano them to the the project: "l’n terribly excited aoout this
‘ ti stage ror ouhiic and private scrutiny alike. Such playg it to? no other reason than we re the tlrst
i ;y a trend can only mean that we can expect even more drone to do it in the hinterland. it should he a
2 fl conscience~ninded plays to find themselves on the happenino for the Leninoton audiences and a very
y 1 Broadway stage in the near future. special 'haooenino tor Leninoton's oay audiences;
y r . The Normal Heart will he an important play This olay has guts and we’re in the business of
y 3y for Lexington gay audiences to see. In its brutal disotayinn thee for all to see. It should he a
l ;{ approach to the subject, the play can often be excellent" torun for discussion and commentary.
! ,y viewed as ”oftensive“ and “unsettling" to many he the play orooresses. it hecones a very
l ., factions. including the medical institutions that diiiicult stay to hatch.”' ‘
l 31 didn't pour enough money into tundlng soon enough 16ther members of the cast include Raul
;{ and the legislative branch that didn’t recoonize Escudero. Daryl Glenn. Ran hesser. Bordon Russell;
;y ggcfeoigggéganyytal fit was well i{heyohu‘ control: georgeanne Boncan. Hichael Ihomas, Perry hilliaos,
_y _z_ , .:__y, _|oue/er, is ..aner s re.vent nan :urs: and_hichael Brandenburg. 1 y
i plLCh that 11 any change was LU occur in respect The oerrorhance dates are March 12 (which is
:l to research implementation and a closed performance for Lexington Gay Services
y awarenesslprecautionary measurES, it‘eould have to organization member/’supoorters only) 13, 14, is,
l cone tron within the gay community itself. This 15, BO, 21 and 23. Reservations can he made by

i HE NOR} ' '9' HEAR I
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MARCH 12, 1986

sailing 233~lfill. Dear Aunt Hary- i an ’8 years old and an
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The March 12th prolier shoeing .15 for 550 beginning to wonder if it.is possible to find
'Elhetiéi ehphhgggrel lhgrgayulll Lsghlgh Eh::g:hhe sonegne around by goe, say over thirty bui ugder
3“ . r , ue - . abou 48, who wan s and is willing to nor a a
reception "lgh the CBSt following the 5hhh- lasting relationship. Many of the younger men I
Representatives {'0' the 950 peakers Bureau and meet are interested in committing themselves to a
the Culflunlty Health Trust "111 be 'aVillable Ito IIfE partner! but we really have 50 llttie in
ansuer any questlons- FreE AIDS lIteraturE "In. commnn that the chances of anything serious
alsgthe egge 3V3113h19~ The tfirheggge Alhg. Alhlt developing are very limited. it seems that the
"19, "1 9” h suppor e er men l meet who are n a e and unattached are so
PFDJECL VDUF donations (over ‘8-00) are tax hltter and cynical {hag any attenpt tn fora a
deductable. lasting relatlonship is donned almost before we
its not that 1 don’t understand trying to
protect one’s self fron being hurt, l've certainly
A ad ny share of disappointment and heartache, but
hgmngmn i would like to think 1 have learned from those
experiences and that what I have learned will make
- me more appreciative of the right person. But how
PRIDE in the world do l get around t e walls to find out
if they are the right person, and how do I let
them know me without opening myself to more pain?
l’m not yet ready to believe . must plan to spend
the remainder of my life alone, but must admit
$100 PRIIE that l an approaching that point. i an afraid
A design contest for this year’s Pride Ueek logo that perhaps i am becoming as cynical as those I
is being held by the LeXlngton Bay and Lesbian have complained about. — alone. but not by Choice
Pride Ueek Cellittee. A $100 prize Ii 1 go to the hear filone: fine of the iascinatlng lessons
best entry chosen by the coeelttee._ the these of you will learn as you approach old age 15 that
this year's Pride Nee ls fDur Con-unitles Cultural line is _not your enemy, as you_ undoubtedly
Celebration.' The 'logo I111 appear on buttons and believeo in you youth and probably still believe:
T-shirts. All entries lust be received at P.D. The old saylng itlme heals all sounds“ ls mucn
”theft"; tilllltll'lil llili ”l.‘.‘i"llilld22‘ 3' ”Show.“ lélléliiolihaie' a l'llzolzealsd
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that date. All sub-lesions becoee the property oh strengths. Anything of true value and quality is
Ehe Prigg :eeklgollltgep. The Doleltte reserves Enhancadtgy time, ‘andlthls sfiams to be to be most
e Fig 0 a or on r as. .rue in e case 0. re a ions lps.
The foundation of any lasting relationship
LETTERS TO THE EDITQR M be trust, and the only way to earn to trust
someone is to take the time to get know them at
Bear gen: their best and at their worst. Of course someone
lnant ygu r5: returning my letter. 559 who has been through heartache in the past may
newsletter: and the services they provide are very dggggrt the bSroEbntcthemggéveEltterhut ihgzrmgié
'm-ort‘rt o me. a t p y . c . -. o l. a
1 F lfignpg for the addregs ynn nave me_ haybe 5 cynicism is a person who longs to trust someone
can send ofi for some helpful iiterature. ’ You just 35 much as ye” dh- The hle way around the
have been a oreat help to on, walls they have built is to allow them the time it
n.5, — Langiéy, hentutty takes to learn to trust you. At the same time you
' will be learning to trust them, of course.
Doesn't that sort out nicely?
So. my advice to you is, step out of the Nfih
l a . . eneration and allow the good things you want in
ANY INTERST IN FORMING A ; lire :0 develop over time. i thinkflyou will be
c :LF W — _ _ c r, very p eased with the results. hunt ary
Gj{0 T ryng a _ ’ some exce ant adv1ce from my ear no er a
UP *N r. ”T“ STERLING MOREHEAD: W lull always remember: no sure, no GLORY.
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J“? Lam“ “Harem“? b9“ WW“ and .opportunit God has graciously rovided. Let’s
PW‘ESSIOW all 0“ 3 519m Gunmen“ “Eli‘s proclaie 'treedoe and justice for AEL' by the grace
. Thales”? three ”le‘lmes ‘3’ EMPEUUW of God through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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