Cover of Gay and Lesbian Humanist Spring 2004

Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Spring 2004 Issue

News and Views Motion blocked by “unholy axis”.
UK’s Civil Partnership Bill published.
Bill aims to change law in Ireland.
Schism moves closer in gay marriage saga.
Euro-group’s statement after Madrid attacks.
Darwin’s bulldog savages Soapy Sam.
Kent humanists slam council’s “Section 28”.
Kerry favours same-sex unions – but not marriage.
Pride event: organisers name the day.
Ulster gay suicide findings said to be “shocking”.
US author’s novel donation to AIDS cause.
AIDS tests for would-be priests in Montreal.
G&LH story prompts ministerial assurance.
Trust us, Trust tells Trust over pink weddings.
Vatican says gays should deny themselves sex.
Richard celebrates his silver jubilee.
’Ello, ’ello, ’ello, and Gawd bless yer, luv ... er, Guv.
Unions challenge employment equality loophole.
Friends again?
GALHA committee member quits in bulletin board row.
Gay summer film festival plan for Belgrade.
Switchboard reaches its thirtieth birthday.
Silver jubilee weekend for GALHA members.
Humanists welcome atheism-in-schools idea.
World Watch edited by George Broadhead – news from Afghanistan, Australia, Finland, Iraq, Pakistan, Sweden and the United States.
Features A Marriage ManifestoBrett Lock makes the case for same-sex marriage.
A Boy’s Own Story – Coming out can still be hard. Josh Jackson gives us his personal story.
The Good Book Says ...William Harwood argues that the Bible doesn’t actually condemn gay sex – it’s a question of translation.
AIDS: A Live Debate – Reactions to John Lauritsen’s article AIDS: A Death Cult in the last issue.
Gossip from Across the Pond – the latest from New York with Warren Allen Smith.
Theatre Gordon Steff reviews a touring production of Noël Coward’s The Marquise.
Gossip Steven Dean indulges in The Joy of Gay Sex.
Infidel – a mildly irreverent look at what some people find sacred.
Books Dan O’Hara reviews A Devil’s Chaplain: Selected Essays, by Richard Dawkins.
Michelle Appleton reviews The Friend, by Alan Bray.
Dan O’Hara reviews How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered the World: A Short History of Modern Delusions, by Francis Wheen.
Jim Herrick reviews The Secret Life of Oscar Wilde, by Neil McKenna.
Andy Armitage reviews Lovers’ Legends Unbound, by Andrew Calimach
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