Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Summer 1999 Issue

News and Views GALHA repeats call to protect gays.
Tatchell slams Labour.
Televised affirmation.
Ingersoll centenary.
Alarm bells ring over Christian radio station.
Anniversary celebration cancelled.
Humanists boycott Bank of Scotland.
Essays by gay humanist.
GALHA defends Xena.
World Watch – news from Afghanistan, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Romania, Russia and Switzerland.
Obituary Obituary for Bob Turner (1931-1999) by Peter Lee.
Web Watch Brett Humphreys looks at the retrieval of lesbian and gay history on the Web.
Features Mind, Body, Spirit and Claptrap: Terry Sanderson investigates the increasing fascination with the supernatural and the paranormal.
Gossip from Across the Pond – more titbits from Warren Allen Smith in New York.
Do I Believe? – the poem in which Noel Coward (1899-1973) pokes fun at religion with his characteristic wit.
Video Diesel Balaam reviews David Searching (Millivres Multimedia).
Books Denis Cobell reviews All in the Mind: A Farewell to God, by Ludovic Kennedy.
Jim Herrick reviews Restitution, by Maureen Duffy.
Antony Grey reviews Advising Gay and Lesbian Clients: A Guide for Lawyers, by Anne Barlow and eight others.
Ted McFadyen reviews Nineteenth-Century Writings on Homosexuality: A Sourcebook, edited by Chris White.
Postbag A defence of Terry Sanderson’s article on alternative medicine in the Winter 1998-1999 issue.
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