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Lambda. volume (None) 1976-current, November 01, 1982, Image 2

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' , I ■S'; I i; i-; M.i STATEWIDE MEETING, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2jOO pm. Unitarian Church, 3010 Monterey Street, Greensboro. This is the third in a series of meetings for a growing coalition of gay groups from across North Carolina. This meeting is being sponsored by the Gay Academic Union and the N.C. Human Rights Fund and will focus on "statewide networking, mental health services, supportive medical care, and legal rights for gay people. Rep*" resentatives from all lesbian and gay organizations are encouraged to attend; people not affiliated with a group are also welcome. Overnight accornraodations are available,to people who travel long distances. Advance reservations are necessary; RSVP to Dean at (919) 282~0065 by Nov. 17. Directions: Interstate 40 to Freeman Mill Road exit (east of High Point Road), turn north, then right onto Cliffwood Drive and then right onto Monterey, which ends in church driveway. SUNDAY, BLOODY SUNDAY. Monday, Nov. 22, 7:30 and 9:00 pm. Bryan Center, Duke University (West Campus). Benefit film showing for Duke Gay and Lesbian Alliance. Tickets are $2 and will be available at showtime at the box office. The 1971 film, which stars Peter Finch as a gsy physician, Glenda Jackson as a career woman, and Murray Head as a bisexual artist, is a film about human relation*” ships and how they don^t always match our ideas of what love ought to be. Vito Russo in his book Celluloid Closet says, "A.merican hated Sunday, Bloody Sunday because one kiss caused more of a stir than scenes that showed them in bed together." DIGNpY, for lesbian and gay Catholics and their friends, meets for Mass, potluck dinners and discussions x^eekly in the Triangle area. People of all faiths are welcome. For location and other information, please call 383“3005 (Durham) or 834-8942 (Raleigh). GAY DEMOCPo^TIC CLUB? If you would like to help organize one in Orange County, contact Lightning Brown at 942-8116 (Chapel Hill). LETTERS. ^We welcon5e“^dur letters as feedback on Lambda and Its articles, about the CGA, and about gay life in the Triangle. Please indicate whether your letter is for publication; we will publish those as space permits. Lambda is the newsletter of the Carolina Gay Association, an officially recognized student group at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Our mailing address is: Carolina Gay Association Box 39 Carolina Union 065A UNC-Cn Chapel Hill, NC 27514 The CGA office is in Room 2il~B of the Carolina Union; Phone: (919) 962-4401 (weekday afternoons). STAFF: Bill (coordinator), Lee Mullis, James, Joseph, Kevin, Kim, Randy, and Robert. We want to especially thank those people who donated typing and typsettlng services and the Chapel of the Cross for printing services. (BOSWELL, continued from page 1) book revolutionary, for it tells of things heretofore unimagined and sets a standard of excellence that one would have thought impossible in the treatment of an issue so large, uncharted and vexed.... ”lt forces us to re-examine even the most fixed notions about our moral and cultural heritage. ..." Boswell is currently working on French and Italian editions of the book and on several articles including "An- ‘cient Concepts of Sexual Orientation." ELUOrCENTEt^ NOT TO scale T>unHAM CM.hill cH^Ruorry

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