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Camp Ink: Volume 2, Number 7, May 1972
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written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Number 7, May 1972 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 19 page(s)
This issue of Camp Ink contains a cover story on changes in Australian film rating regulations, which now allowed audiences to see movies that previously would have been heavily censored.
written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Number 7, May 1972 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 19 page(s)
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Camp Ink: Volume 3, Number 1
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written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 3, Number 1 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 16 page(s)
This issue of Camp Ink contains a cover story on gay families, as well as articles on the failure of the Australian gay rights movement to deal with its own sexism, and on the state of the American gay press.
written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 3, Number 1 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 16 page(s)
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Gay, no. 5
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in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections; edited by Barry Lowe, fl. 1952-2004, in Gay (Magazine), no. 5 (Sydney, New South Wales: Bertram-Horne & Co.), 16 page(s)
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A black-and-white magazine with a magenta cover comprises issue No. 5 of Gay magazine of Sydney, Australia, probably from 1974. A cover photo shows a platinum blond female figure looking over her bare shoulder. An article inside contains a brief obituary for transgender model and actress Candy Darling, best known...
in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections; edited by Barry Lowe, fl. 1952-2004, in Gay (Magazine), no. 5 (Sydney, New South Wales: Bertram-Horne & Co.), 16 page(s)
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Volume 1, Number 3
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written by Butch Enterprises, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections; edited by Bill Munro, 1943-, in Little Butch, Volume 1, Number 3 (Marrickville, New South Wales: Butch Enterprises, 1973, originally published 1973), 16 page(s)
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This issue of Little Butch (Mr. Groovy) includes an article about a social worker's disappointment in a gay group when seeking help for a friend; and one on the musk oil fad.
written by Butch Enterprises, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections; edited by Bill Munro, 1943-, in Little Butch, Volume 1, Number 3 (Marrickville, New South Wales: Butch Enterprises, 1973, originally published 1973), 16 page(s)
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National W  - September 1978
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written by Australian Union of Students, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections, in National W (Magazine), September 1978 (Australia: Australian Union of Students, 1978, originally published 1978), 35 page(s)
This issue of National W includes an article attempting to rebut arguments made by a conservative Australian group, the National Civic Council, regarding whether whether the women's liberation movement is Marxist, lesbian, or extremist.
written by Australian Union of Students, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections, in National W (Magazine), September 1978 (Australia: Australian Union of Students, 1978, originally published 1978), 35 page(s)
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Outlines, The Voice of the Gay and Lesbian Community, Vol. 3, No. 12, May 1990
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edited by Tracy Baim (Chicago, IL: Lambda Publications, 1990, originally published 1990, first release 1990), 52 page(s)
edited by Tracy Baim (Chicago, IL: Lambda Publications, 1990, originally published 1990, first release 1990), 52 page(s)
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Camp Ink: Volume 2, Number 11
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written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Number 11 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 18 page(s)
This issue of Camp Ink takes aim at aversion therapy and other attempts to cure homosexuality, calling those who practice these treatments ''intellectual poofter-bashers.''
written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Number 11 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 18 page(s)
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Camp Ink: Volume 2, Number 12
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written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Number 12 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 17 page(s)
This issue of Camp Ink contains articles considering homosexuality in relation to the Anglican Church and to the Old and New Testaments of the Bible.
written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Number 12 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 17 page(s)
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Camp Ink: Volume 2, Numbers 8/9, June/July 1972
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written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Numbers 8/9, June/July 1972 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 28 page(s)
This issue of Camp Ink contains a cover story asking, ''How Many More Duncans?'' in reference to a gay Australian professor who drowned after being thrown off a bridge, allegedly by police officers. It includes a transcript of the coroner's inquest in the case, which contains several sections redacted in black mar...
written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections (1972), in Camp Ink, Volume 2, Numbers 8/9, June/July 1972 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 28 page(s)
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Camp Ink, Volume 3, Number 6
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written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections, in Camp Ink, Volume 3, Number 6 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 16 page(s)
A 16-page, black-and-white booklet comprises Volume 3, Number 6 of Camp Ink, the national journal of the Campaign Against Moral Persecution, probably from late 1973. It includes an article about proposed legislation that could decriminalize homosexual acts.
written by Campaign Against Moral Persecution, in Eros Foundation Publications & Archives, of Flinders University. Library. Special Collections, in Camp Ink, Volume 3, Number 6 (Sydney, New South Wales: Campaign Against Moral Persecution), 16 page(s)
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