" by Angelo d'Arcangelo (author of the famous "Homosexual Handbook");*article on fathers and their gay sons entitled "Turning On To Daddy" by Dick Leitsch;*article on Fellini's film "Satyricon" entitled "Notes on a Roman Orgy" by Peter Ogren (with two photos);*splendid centerfold advertisement for the gay male Park-Miller Theatre ("Formerly the Henry Miller Theatre") then at 43rd Street between 6th and Broadway in New York;*article "Portrait of an Exhibitionist" by Bob Amsel (with photo);*column "The Gay Witch" by Dr. Highlights include: *cover photo of Hiram Keller, starring as Ascyltus in Fellini's "Satyricon";*article "Revealed At Last! " (on sexual group-therapy then in vogue);*Part Three of Angelo d'Arcangelo's "Plumbing Care and Maintenance" (this segment on the clap);*article on gay and gay-friendly bars and restaurants in New York City by John Francis Hunter (with photos of Julius, The Finale, and The Zodiac);*lengthy reviews of Pat Rocco's gay male film "Mondo Rocco" and Richard Amory's "Song of the Loon" by Ian J.
Tree;*article on Lauren Bacall and her performance in "Applause" entitled "Can A Leatherless Lauren Bacall Find Happiness In The Tool Box?
'";*lengthy article "Summer In The City: Barfly's Baedecker, Manhattan's Haunts & Hideaways" (with four photos: Sardi's - "Suit and tie strangulation"; Jimmy Ray's - "A place for good lays? " by Dick Leitsch ("'Homosexuals have a secret weapon, one of the most powerful weapons in the world,' my favorite philosopher, Angelo d'Arcangelo, told a Mattachine audience in New York last year. Highlights include: *splendid cover photograph entitled "Friendship in Central Park";*news item "Vatican Says 'NO' To Gay Marriages";*news item "Former Mattachine Official Murdered" (on Howard "Bud" Tanner, one of the original leaders of Mattachine Midwest; the suspect was described as "a white male, 30 to 40 years of age, 6 feet tall, 180 to 200 pounds, with a heavy build, large biceps, broad shoulders, dark thinning hair, flat nose, small eyes, poor teeth, and sunburned, reportedly described himself as a truckdriver from California.
edited by Lige Clarke and Jack Nichols, and published by Al Goldstein (of "Screw" Magazine) and their Four Swords, Inc. A large, left-folded newspaper containing 20 pages including front and rear covers.
Highlights include: *cover photo and interior interview of Paul P.
George Weinberg (on the police bust of a gay man: "'We picked up Jesse Barton on a charge of proximity' Detective Blackbush continued. The historic underground gay liberation publication containing fabulous articles, news, artwork, photographs, classifieds, and vintage advertisements.
Highlights include:*splendid cover photograph of Walter Burns, the director of "Barbara," as well as centerspread article on and photospread of the film (with 11 photos: nine stills from the film, another of Walter Burns, and one of producer Josef Bush, aka Angelo d'Arcangelo);*article on, and interview of, Jim Owles entitles "An Owles Who Gives A Hoot: Meet Jim Owles, President of the Gay Activists Alliance" (with three photos);*lengthy review of the book "The Love That Dared Not Speak Its Name: A Candid History of Homosexuality in Britain" by H. Le Roy and entitled "Be Buggered and Be Beheaded" (with photo of H.
" by Jason Gould (with two photos);*article "Sex and the Macrobiotic Menace: Why Bones Are Not My Bag" by Robert Amsel;*article on Fellini's "Satyricon" (with two photos);*delightful article on public sex and public toilets entitled "The M-Rated Tearoom" by John P.
Le Roy;*small, early ad from The Colt Studio, then out of New York (with photo);*photographic ads for back issues of GAY and Drum; *much more.
This highly effective grassroots organization dissolved in 1981.
(their early second year of publication) published by the Gay Activists Alliance out of New York City.
Rao, then primary candidate for Congress from New York's 17th Congressional District (a post then held by Edward Koch, with interior photo: "Mr. Hopefully, he may open a restaurant or a nightclub [friendly to gay people]");*fabulous interview with Una Sex entitled "Don't Call Me Madam!