Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Spring 1995 Issue

News and Views CommentGeorge Broadhead on ‘outing’.
Veterans Speak Out – eleven veteran lesbian and gay rights campaigners criticise the Stonewall Group for its attack on OutRage!.
New Humanist Book Launched – Jim Herrick’s revised edition of Margaret Knight’s Humanist Anthology.
Polly Toynbee Speaks to Humanists – the well-known broadcaster and journalist is main speaker at the 1995 Humanist Dinner.
GALHA Members in the Media – making their views known following the recent ‘outing’ controversy.
World Watch – news from Cyprus, Uganda, United States, Poland, and Norway.
Features Multi-Cultural DangersBarbara Smoker gives her views on the growth of Muslim fundamentalism in the UK and the threat it poses, particularly in the field of education.
Letter from AmericaSukie de la Croix on Cigar Men.
Lesbians and Gays in RussiaAl Vol, editor of two Moscow-based gay magazines, gives an account of the past and present situation.
Out, Damned Spot! Out, I Say!Antony Grey argues forcefully for lesbians and gay men to come out of the closet.
OpinionAvril Hemsley on discrimination by insurance companies against lesbian and gay couples.
CD Jonathan Sanders reviews Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa (Soloists / Stockholm Royal Opera Chorus / Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra / Neeme Jarvi).
Video Jonathan Sanders reviews La Terra Trema (1947), directed by Luchino Visconti.
Books Jonathan Sanders reviews Images in the Dark: An Encyclopedia of Gay and Lesbian Film and Video, by Raymond Murray.
Stephen Moreton reviews The Astonishing Hypothesis, by Francis Crick.
George Broadhead reviews A Class Apart, by James Gardiner.
Postbag The perils of outing; and a plea for G&LH to be more widely available in Canada.
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