Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Autumn 1997 Issue

News and Views Gay Christians in, gay Humanists out – of the Scout Association.
Congratulations – to Antony Grey on his 70th birthday and his new book Speaking Out.
Love and commitment – Humanist affirmation ceremonies.
United not so gay-friendly – United Airlines refuses partnership benefits to gay staff.
Barbaric treatment of women – in Islamic Afghanistan.
Another out gay Christian MP – Ben Bradshaw regards himself as a liberal high Anglican.
World Watch – news from United States, Canada, European Union, South Africa, India, and Germany.
Web Watch Brett Humphreys looks at the site of the Council for Secular Humanism.
Features All Our YesterdaysAntony Grey reports on Goodbye to Berlin? 100 Years of Gay Liberation – the biggest gay exhibition ever – which takes its title from Christopher Isherwood’s book.
Proud – of What?Allan Matthews gives his personal impression of this year’s Pride Parade and Festival.
Gay Christians and a "Triumph" That Never WasTerry Sanderson concludes that the much-heralded Anglican Synod jamboree on homosexuality was actually something of a damp squib.
Bye-Bye to Bi!Mike Foxwell responds to Peter Tatchell’s article Goodbye to Gay in the previous issue.
The Right and Wrong of Bishop SpongDan O’Hara analyses the views of the controversial American bishop with whom he recently took part in a televised Crossfire Special.
CD Terry Sanderson reviews Percy Grainger’s In A Nutshell.
Video Diesel Balaam reviews Man of the Year, written and directed by Dirk Shafer.
Books Jean Raison reviews Radclyffe Hall: A Woman Called John, by Sally Cline.
Postbag The causes of sexual orientation; and a request for Humanist information.
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