For a decade, lesbian and gay male politics have been at arm’s length. In the cold climate of the late Eighties, however, the threat of the moral right has provided much more of a shared agenda. In articles based on talks originally given at Sydney’s Politics in the Pub, Lex Watson and Betty Hounslow report from the front . . .
Recommended CitationWatson, Lex and Hounslow, Betty, Out of the Closet, Into the Nineties: 1. Life After AIDS 2. Whatever Happened to the Personal?, Australian Left Review, 1(107), 1988, 12-13, 15-17.