Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Autumn 1995 Issue

News and Views CommentGeorge Broadhead on the Church of England, Ludovic Kennedy, and Angus Wilson.
Humanist Peer Introduces SOD Bill – Baroness Turner of Camden introduces the Sexual Orientation Discrimination Bill in the House of Lords.
GALHA Slams ‘Gay Cure’ Ministries.
Whitby Weekend – a report on GALHA’s 1995 weekend event at Whitby.
Humanists Visit Lighthouse – three Humanist funeral officiants meet with staff of London Lighthouse.
Meeting with the MetMike Savage reports on the latest meeting between the London Lesbian and Gay Policing Initiative and Scotland Yard.
GALHA Speaks to SPESKeith Porteous Wood addresses the annual reunion of the South Place Ethical Society on behalf of GALHA.
Support for Condom CampaignGALHA declares its support for the British Safety Council’s safer sex campaign and criticises the Roman Catholic Church over the issue.
World Watch – news from Romania, Zimbabwe, Sweden, Italy, Latvia, United States, and China.
Obituary ObituaryBill McIlroy pays tribute to Brigid Brophy.
Features Humanist HappeningsRobert Ashby on the British Humanist Association’s forthcoming centenary celebration.
A Potent EnemyTerry Sanderson’s keynote speech from the GALHA weekend event at Whitby.
A Gay Rite of PassageNigel Collins, Ceremonies Co-ordinator of the British Humanist Association, writes about Humanist affirmation ceremonies for lesbian and gay couples.
Letter from AmericaSukie de la Croix in the arms of Morpheus.
CD Jonathan Sanders reviews Housman: A Shropshire Lad (Alan Bates / Anthony Rolfe Johnson / Graham Johnson) and Ravel: L’Enfant et les Sortilège / Shéhérazade (Soloists / Orchestre symphonique de Montréal / Charles Dutoit).
Video Leni Miller reviews Pleasure Zone and Trance.
Books Diesel Balaam reviews State of the Queer Nation: A Critique of Gay and Lesbian Politics in 1990s Britain, by Chris Woods.
Jim Herrick reviews Angus Wilson, a biography by Margaret Drabble.
Terry Sanderson reviews Another Fine Dress: Role-Play in the Films of Laurel and Hardy, by Jonathan Sanders.
Postbag Outing: a comfort to the enemy?
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