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Gay Scotland, Issue 3, Jul 1982 - Aug 1982

Identifier: GD61/10/2/4

Scope and Contents

The front cover’s headlines are: "Censorship and Gay Men’s Images", "Homointern Alive: International Gay Association (IGA)", and "Lesbians Live in Dublin". This issue contains an editorial by Ian Dunn, as well as letters from readers; an article on the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group's (SHRG) first decision-making forum; news reports (including an article on the conviction of Tom Paton); "World Gaze", which discusses an IGA meeting in Strasbourg; the Lesbian Column with the headlines: "Lesbians Meet", "Stirrings in Stirling", and "Dublin Women"; a Scots feature called "Rab’s Story"; Queen’s Bench which includes the following headlines: "Stirling CID at it Again", "Paying for it and not getting it?", and "Poppers – are they illegal?"; and an article entitled "Gay and Out of Work: What Can We Do?"

Other features include: leisure and pleasure; sex and men; book reviews; a medical column and problem page; adverts; notice board; what’s on; and listings of venues that known to provide an atmosphere where gay people are welcome and can feel secure.


  • Creation: Jul 1982 - Aug 1982

Conditions Governing Access

This sub-series is open to public access.


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