" (in reference to the film "The Fox") by Robert Amsel;*article "A Businessman Sounds Off!
Money Offers a Key to Homosexual Freedom" by Randy Wicker (with three photos);*profile of gay filmmaker and photographer Pat Rocco entitled "Rocco the Romantic" by Ian J.
Ho-hum, the reader may say, another raid, but the almost unbelievable stupidity and viciousness of the pigs involved, and the commendable reaction of the bar's management to the incident, endow this particular bust with special distinction..."); by Leo Skir and Jack Nichols (Leo Skir describes running into Allen Ginsberg at Nathan's on 8th Street "eating oysters and about to go home"; Jack Nichols describes a telephone conversation with Ginsberg; the articles are accompanied by a photograph of Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky);" by John P. Their New York City headquarters on Wooster Street, Greenwich Village, was torched and destroyed by arsonists in 1974.
A pivotal, non-violent yet militant early gay liberation organization, GAA effectively used zaps, sit-ins, and raids to accomplish their goals of obtaining legal recognition and rights for gay people.
This highly effective grassroots organization dissolved in 1981.
(their early second year of publication) published by the Gay Activists Alliance out of New York City.
Highlights include: *cover feature and short interior article on Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones entitled "What Makes Mick Mighty? " (with two photos, including front cover);*editorials entitled "UNCLE SAM IS A PEEPING TOM" and "LEROI JONES" ("We are tired of the abuse which certain black 'leaders' are heaping upon the homosexual community");*article "New York Gay Ghettos: Unusual Neighborhoos Are Now 'Usual"" by Hector Simms (with six photos);*column "The Gay Witch" by Dr.
Leo Louis Martello;*article "Gay Power: What Sort of Slogan Is This?
Highlights include:*splendid cover photograph of Walter Burns, the director of "Barbara," as well as centerspread article on and photospread of the film (with 11 photos: nine stills from the film, another of Walter Burns, and one of producer Josef Bush, aka Angelo d'Arcangelo);*article on, and interview of, Jim Owles entitles "An Owles Who Gives A Hoot: Meet Jim Owles, President of the Gay Activists Alliance" (with three photos);*lengthy review of the book "The Love That Dared Not Speak Its Name: A Candid History of Homosexuality in Britain" by H. Le Roy and entitled "Be Buggered and Be Beheaded" (with photo of H.
edited by Lige Clarke and Jack Nichols, and published by Al Goldstein (of "Screw" Magazine) and their Four Swords, Inc. A large, left-folded newspaper containing 20 pages including front and rear covers.