Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Spring 1999 Issue

News and Views Humanists back gay rights worldwide.
GALHA events.
Ceremony update.
GALHA calls for boycott of Laura Ashley.
GALHA lobbies Home Secretary.
GALHA joins consortium.
Submission on sex offences.
World Watch – news from Denmark, India, Sweden, the United States and Zimbabwe.
Obituary Iris Murdoch (1919-1999): Jim Herrick profiles a novelist of powerful gay sympathies.
Web Watch Brett Humphreys finds evidence of homophobia on the Web.
Features Taslima Nasrin: Humanist Heroine by Warren Allen Smith.
Jesus and Sexual Morality -contrasting views from Terri Murray and Daniel O’Hara.
Gossip from Across the PondWarren Allen Smith considers, among other things, changing attitudes towards circumcision.
CD Jim Herrick reviews Poulenc’s Les Mamelles de Tirésias and Le Bal Masqué, and Schubert Sonatas played by Stephen Hough.
Television Relax! It’s Only Television (and I like it!): Diesel Balaam assesses the controversial Channel 4 series Queer as Folk.
Books Andrew Armitage reviews the latest edition of Terry Sanderson’s How to be a Happy Homosexual.
Antony Grey reviews Love Undetectable: reflections on friendship, sex and survival, by Andrew Sullivan.
Ted McFadyen reviews André Gide: a life in the present, by Alan Sheridan, and André and Oscar: Gide, Wilde and the gay art of living, by Jonathan Fryer.
Diesel Balaam reviews OutRage!: an oral history, by Ian Lucas.
Postbag Chucking out the baby with the bathwater: a response to Terry Sanderson’s article on alternative medicine in the previous issue.
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