Cover design of Gay and Lesbian Humanist Winter 2000-2001

Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Winter 2000-2001 Issue

News and Views Oh, Lord! The tale of the Humanist who wasn’t.
EU directive “a milestone – but the battle is not over yet”.
GALHA members make a splash in West Wales age-of-consent row.
Committed – the Pink Triangle Trust launches its new ceremonies brochure.
Sanderson on Sunday – GALHA press officer in the hot seat.
Gays recognised as Holocaust victims.
Briefly ... – a miscellany of short news items.
World Watch edited by George Broadhead – news from Finland, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Norway, the United States and the Vatican.
Web Watch Queer ResourcesBrett Humphreys looks at some lesbian and gay directories and search engines.
Features William’s “Compassionate Conservatism” – Texas-styleAndy Armitage reports on Conservative party leader William Hague’s recent alignment with the religious right.
Consent and Dissent: It’s the law nowAndy Armitage reviews reactions to the recent age-of-consent legislation.
Gossip from Across the PondWarren Allen Smith remembers Quentin Crisp and Paul Bowles.
Striking at the Roots of Justice and ToleranceColin de la Motte-Sherman argues that discrimination, whether it be on grounds of gender, ethnic origin, belief or sexual orientation, attacks the very roots of human rights.
Video/Film Dean Braithwaite reviews Like It Is by Paul Oremland, Paris Was a Woman by Greta Schiller, and Drôle de Félix by Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau.
Airings Three little wishes ... with Steven Dean.
CD Terry Sanderson reviews The Agnostic, by David Chesky; and A Mass of Life and Requiem, by Frederick Delius.
Books Jim Herrick reviews The Gay Times Book of Short Stories: New Century, New Writing, edited by P-P Hartnett.
Andy Armitage reviews The Thinkers’ Guide to Life, edited by Marilyn Mason, and Seasons of Life, compiled by Nigel Collins and edited by Jim Herrick and John Pearce.
Postbag The colour of language; and Bye George.
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