Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Winter 1997-1998 Issue

News and Views GALHA at the Stonewall Equality Show.
Things "spiritual".
Christian pressure group active – the latest anti-gay campaign by Family and Youth Concern.
Wavelengths – a film scripted by Leni Miller.
Tatchell in top tenPeter Tatchell comes high in Pink Paper poll.
GALHA events.
Humanist help soughtOutRage! seeks support from IHEU for their campaign for compensation of gay holocaust survivors.
World Watch – news from Mexico, the Netherlands, the United States, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Web Watch Brett Humphreys looks at some sites promoting lesbian, gay and bisexual rights.
Features Remembering Persecuted GaysKeith Wood reports on a moving ceremony he attended on behalf of GALHA at the Cenotaph in London.
Making a World Safe for UsTed McFadyen reports on the recent conference Building Partnerships Towards Community Safety organised by the National Advisory Group – Policing Lesbian and Gay Communities at the Dome in Brighton.
Gossip from Across the PondWarren Allen Smith reports on some transatlantic titbits.
Gay and Lesbian Rights: Why Humanism CaresRob Tielman argues that gays and Humanists are natural allies.
Why I am a “Post-Gay” HumanistDiesel Balaam responds to opinions expressed in previous issues.
CD Terry Sanderson reviews Frederick Delius’s Requiem/Mass of Life (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Waynflete Singers).
Film Alison Rowland reviews Contact.
Video Diesel Balaam reviews Lilies, directed by John Greyson.
Books Terry Sanderson reviews From Queer to Eternity: Spirituality in the Lives of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People, by Peter Sweasey.
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