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Lesbian community

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Does Lesbian Domestic Violence exist in your area?, c.1990s

Identifier: GD61/10/1/21
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A leaflet produced by SOLA (Survivors of Lesbian Abuse) providing information on the organisation and the service they provide.

SOLA operated a helpline for lesbians who were experiencing, or had experienced, abuse by their partners. They received calls from across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Dates: c.1990s

Gay Scotland, Issue 7, Mar 1983 - Apr 1983

Identifier: GD61/10/2/8
Scope and Contents Front cover reads: "International Gay Association (IGA) Meeting in Edinburgh plus Lesbian Scotland, Gay Youth News, Walt Whitman".Contents include: an editorial; adverts; news and reports, including a report on The Police and Evidence Bill; "Gay Women’s Page"; youth news, views; leisure and pleasure, including article titled "New Look for Fire Island"; "World Gaze"; "Regular Features"; "Book Reviews"; "Classifieds"; and letters to the editor.Other articles include:...
Dates: Mar 1983 - Apr 1983

Gay Scotland, Issue 8, May 1983 - Jun 1983

Identifier: GD61/10/2/9
Scope and Contents "Front cover shows a comic style drawing with a man and woman sitting in front of a television and a man with a speech bubble that reads: "Mum, Dad, I’ve got something to tell you…" A picture frame in the drawing reads: Coming Out – True Stories, p.11".Contents include: an editorial; news and reports (including a report titled "Poppers and AIDS", which discusses the suggestion that poppers may be responsible for outbreak in the Unites States of America); adverts; "Lesbian...
Dates: May 1983 - Jun 1983

Gay Scotland, Issue 31, Jan 1987 - Feb 1987

Identifier: GD61/10/2/33
Scope and Contents The front cover shows a picture of Santa Clause and reads: “Armistead Maupin”, “Bea Campbell”, “Buddies”, “Men in Print” and “Perfectly Sapphic”.This issue includes: an article investigating ignorance about condoms titled “Chemists kept in the dark about AIDS”; an interview with Bea Campbell; “Men in Print” which explores popular images of the male body; a look at gay life in Edinburgh from the 1940s onwards; updates on Lesbian news and groups in Scotland including articles...
Dates: Jan 1987 - Feb 1987

Gay Scotland, Issue 32, Mar 1987 - Apr 1987

Identifier: GD61/10/2/34
Scope and Contents The front cover shows Gregory Nash dancing and reads: “Greg Nash”, “Lesbian Poise”, “World AIDS”, “The Sun Lovers”, and “Anne Weddell”. This issue includes: an update on local and global news relating to AIDS; legal discrimination against lesbians and gay men; the closure of the lesbian magazine, "Contact"; the second part of Alasdair Foster’s series on "Men in Print"; an interview with Greg Nash; “a lesbian's view on AIDS”; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community;...
Dates: Mar 1987 - Apr 1987

Gay Scotland, Issue 33, May 1987 - Jun 1987

Identifier: GD61/10/2/35
Scope and Contents The front cover shows covers of “Physique Magazines” and also reads: “Feminism and Sex”, “Graffiti” and “Loneliness”. This issue includes: the third feature of "Men in Print", which looks at popular images of the male body in the 20th century; a feature discussing lesbian SM; fundraising to celebrate International AIDS Day (World AIDS Day); a report on isolation amongst the rural gay community and a sense of being ignored by the urban gay community; international news relating to...
Dates: May 1987 - Jun 1987

Gay Scotland, Issue 34, Jul 1987 - Aug 1987

Identifier: GD61/10/2/36
Scope and Contents The front cover shows a photograph of Julian Clary and a dog. It reads: “Stephen Frears” and “Dykes Philosphy”. This issue includes: a report on the UK’s first conference on Legislation for Lesbian and Gay Rights; the introduction of the AIDS (Control) Act; Alasdair Foster on the birth of gay men’s magazines; an interview with Edmund White; coverage of events at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community; reviews and articles on music, and...
Dates: Jul 1987 - Aug 1987

Gay Scotland, Issue 35, Sep 1987 - Oct 1987

Identifier: GD61/10/2/37
Scope and Contents The front cover reads “What Next?”This issue includes: coverage of the International Lesbian and Gay Conference; a feature examining the “There is Hope” campaign which promoted heterosexuality and published an article titled “AIDS and the new morality”; an article written by a trans woman on her experience of being a lesbian in Edinburgh and the support and discrimination she has received from the community; an interview with Gus Van Sant; a feature looking at the use of nude...
Dates: Sep 1987 - Oct 1987

Gay Scotland, Issue 39, May 1988 - Jun 1988

Identifier: GD61/10/2/41
Scope and Contents The front cover reads: “Cover Up. Strathclyde Section 28 Scandal” and “Andy Bell. Exclusive Interview”.This issue includes: an interview with Andy Bell from Erasure; updates relating to Section 28; Simon Watney from the Terrence Higgins Trust discussing the book, "And the Band Played On", the bestselling book on the AIDS epidemic by Randy Shilts; information on the Aberdeen scene; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community; reviews and articles on music, and books;...
Dates: May 1988 - Jun 1988

Gay Scotland, Issue 52, 1990

Identifier: GD61/10/2/54
Scope and Contents The front cover reads: “International Report”, “Coping with The Festival?”, and “Lesbian Scotland returns!”. This issue includes: an advert for the 8th National Bisexual Conference in Cosmopolitan magazine; a report on Pride 1990; articles relating to the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival; a report on the 12th Annual Conference of the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA); updates on the HIV and AIDS epidemic; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community;...
Dates: 1990