Southern voice, October 25, 1990
|United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta
|Southern Voice (1988-2010)
|Southern Voice newspaper, also known as SOVO, was an alternative news source for lesbians and gay men in the greater Atlanta area and Southeast for over 20 years. It was a significant resource for the LGBT community in the Southeast from 1988 to 2010, providing in-depth information on topics such as the fight against AIDS, marriage equality, legal issues, workplace discrimination, and violence against gay individuals. Founded in 1988 with a bi-weekly circulation, it became a weekly publication in 1992, and remained so until its closure in 2010.
|Southern Voice, volume 3, issue 18
|Helms hath no fury . . .like a nation scorned : 700+ Atlantans tell Jesse Helms what they thin about his bullying and bigotry -- Ga. Tech gay/lesbian group denied funding -- Park outpost draws fire : Gays complain of harassment from the officers in Piedmont Park -- NLC steering committee meets parity goals -- Atlanta get two NCOD ads -- News : NIH to investigate Gallo's AIDS research -- AIDS lobby group faces funding crisis : HIV testing of medical workers said to be hot issue for upcoming legislative session -- To vote, or not to vote : Is apathy the question? : Believe it or not, there really are some important races where your vote can make a difference -- Helms stays home : Family concerns ministries calls for establishment of "little platoons serving God" -- Guest editorial : Sick of political rhetoric! -- From the sales department : Ho, ho, ho, where should your money go? -- Miscellany -- Letters to the editor : Vital stuff ; Hospital ignores confidentiality ; Like Vee's words ; Bad attitude -- Editorials : Towards on olympic sod squad ; AIDS care crisis planning ; When the cat's away... -- Men & intimacy : The first part of a two part interview about men, intimacy, sex and pornography with author, editor and psychotherapist Franklin Abott -- Halloween's marrow : There's more than fun at the root of our fascination with October 31 -- Hom-o for the holidays : Halloween horror for those who'd rather sit on the sofa than disco 'til dawn -- Outlines : Becky Butler : Creating ceremony -- Throwin' rocks at your grandma : It would be a shame to let our flair for theater impede the progress our guys had to die to initiate -- Obituary : Roy T. Baldwin -- Calendar -- Business clips : No bones about the photo you want -- A guide to Atlanta's gay and lesbian gathering spots -- Eastern Standard combines sitcom and authentic affection : Horizon's production offers bite and soul via a smashing ensemble cast -- SAME premieres Bagwell's glass hearts -- Atlanta has Venus envy and harmonious homegirls -- Protecting the right to choose : Patients must be given the opportunity to examine treatments and make choices for themselves -- Dykes to watch out for -- Bittersweet -- Dish -- Ruling planets -- Classifieds -- The mostly unfabulous life of Ethan Green -- "Passionate is what I want to be"
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|AIDS (Disease)--Social aspects--Georgia--Atlanta--Periodicals
|Civil rights movements--Georgia
|Gay men--Southern States--Periodicals
|Homosexuality--Social aspects--United States--Periodicals
|Southern voice, October 25, 1990
|Copyright: David R. Thompson
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A significant resource for the LGBT community in the Southeast from 1988 to 1995, providing in-depth information on topics such as the fight against AIDS, marriage equality, legal issues, workplace discrimination, and violence against gay individuals.
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