Cover design of Gay and Lesbian Humanist Winter 2001-2002. Copyright © 2001 MFE Editorial Services

Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Winter 2001-2002 Issue

News and Views Editorial.
Campaigners claim new laws will make queers vulnerable.
CI’s disgraceful campaign.
Luvvie knight attacks New Labour over gay rights.
Fans falling in love again with Marlene.
Holy Mary, mother of GALHA.
Food and thought as author warns of creeping fundamentalism.
Briefly ... – a selection of snippets.
World Watch edited by George Broadhead – news from Chile, Cyprus, Egypt, Finland, India, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan and the United States.
Obituary An Immaculate ConceptionGeorge Broadhead and Dean Braithwaite muse on the death of GALHA’s unwitting progenitor, Mary Whitehouse.
Web Watch Queer JihadBrett Humphreys looks at some websites focusing on Islam from gay and freethought perspectives.
Features View from the Global Village – Something’s gone wrong, says Dean Braithwaite – and it happened before 11 September.
Will Our Stupid War Remain the Lesser Evil?Clark H Flint of Chicago asks: Are ‘our’ thugs better than ‘their’ thugs?
Rock of the Gay Movement reaches his Half-Century – an appreciation by Andy Armitage of the tireless campaigning of Peter Tatchell as he approaches his 50th birthday.
When Hell Came to Manhattan – a first-hand account from Warren Allen Smith of the most dramatic event of 11 September.
When Our Freedom is Under AttackYvonne Ridley shares some thoughts on Afghanistan and the UK.
Red Rags and Bull – a special feature by Andy Armitage, inspired by Garry Otton’s new book Sexual Fascism".
Airings Stable relationships with Steven Dean.
CD Jim Herrick reviews Francis Poulenc’s La Voix Humaine and Italian Oboe Concertos by Platti, Rosetti, Salieri and Besozzi.
Books Andy Armitage reviews Lovers’ Legends: The Gay Greek Myths, by Andrew Calimach.
Stephen Blake reviews The Gay Times Book of Short Stories: The Next Wave, edited by P-P Hartnett.
Dan O’Hara reviews An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Atheism, by Daniel Harbour and Enlightenment: Britain and the Creation of the Modern World, by Roy Porter.
Terry Sanderson reviews Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Partnerships: A study of National, European and International Law, edited by Robert Wintemute and Mads Andenaes.
Andy Armitage reviews In the Hands of the Taliban, by Yvonne Ridley.
Postbag The capital punishment debate continues.
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