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Gay Scotland, Issue 14, May 1984 - Jun 1984

Identifier: GD61/10/2/16

Scope and Contents

The front cover shows a person standing in front of a mirror with their reflection shown with make up on, and the word "trans" is written in lipstick. This issue includes: an article in AIDS and poppers; gay prisoners; physical abuse suffered by people leaving Fire Island; the National and Local Government Officers Association's conference; the 1984 election in the United States of America (USA); homosexuality in Germany; an article covering 15 years of the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group (SHRG), formerly Scottish Minorities Group (SMG); a personal account from someone who identifies as a "transvestite/TV"; an article on Edward II; news from the "scene" in scenearound; updates on Lesbian news and groups in Scotland; and book reviews. A special feature on Ireland is also included which discusses a split opinion on the editorial board relating to an earlier article.

2 copies of this issue have been retained. One copy has handwritten notes on the front.


  • Creation: May 1984 - Jun 1984

Conditions Governing Access

This sub-series is open to public access.


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