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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1986)
Monday, A p ril 21 12:00-1:00 SMC 323
PSU cam pus. Fear of Being Fat: An intro
ductory lecture on bulem ia, anorexia,
and com pulsive eating. Lecture given by
Jam ie Lavm, MA and doctoral student in
c lin ic a l psychology who has worked in
the fie ld six years. There is the p o ssib ility of
starting up a group or groups which meet
reg ula rly after this meeting.
laughs, and d ealing with problem s and
experiences that confront gay, b i. and
Pa re n ts Flag meets the fourth W ednes
day of each month at the Justice Build ing,
1111SW 2nd Ave.. at 7 :30 pm.
Frid a y, May 2 12 00-1:30 SM C 323 PSU
cam pus. Oregon Law s of Special Interest
to Women. A lecture given by Elaine
Englstad of Legal Services, PSU.
Fo r Lesb ia ns w ith life-threatening
illn e ss, an on-going weekly peer support
Monday, May 12 12:00-1:00 SMC 323 PSU
cam pus. W ho's at risk: G uidelines for
mam m ography. Lecture given by Anne
G ardner, R.N., a cancer nurse sp e c ia list at
St. Vincent Hospital and M edical Center.
She w ill d iscuss breast cancer prevention
group m eeting on Thursday nights at 7
pm. For more inform ation ca ll Za ne/
The Bisexua l Com m unity Forum
meets the second and fourth Monday of
each month, at O ld W ives Tales at 8 pm in
the Banquet Room. Exploration, rap, and
so c ia l group open to women and men.
The Gay Bridge Club, a rap and so
c ia l group for young adults 18 and up,
m eets every W ednesday at the First Con
gregationa l Church on SW M adison and
Park at 7:30 PM. Use sid e entrance on
M adison. C a ll 244-3225 for more
Fe m inist Gay Men: Here's a chance to
meet men like yourself and to d iscuss is
sues relating to the gay m ale experience
from a fem inist perspective. O ur potluck
and d iscussion group meets every third
Frid a y at 7 pm. C a ll 233-4148 or 284-2134
for location information.
hoenix rising foundation
• lesoian/gjv service cemer
408 SW 2nd, Ste.412
Portland. OR 97204
Drawing at 1986
Lesbian and Gay Pride
• 1st — Airfare & 2 nights for 2 at the
Desert Palms Hotel in Palm Springs,
courtesy Van Nuys Travel Service.
Contact Roger Bullis — 225-0064. •
• 2n8 dinner for Four at the
Pettygrove House Restaurant, 2287
NW Pettygrove — 221-4254.*
• 3rd — $25 Gift Certificates at:
Habromania, Nob Hill Shoe Repair.*
• 4th — $10 Gift Certificate at:
Mark’s Tonsorial Parlor, Artichoke
Christine Jorgensen, Lee Grant, and Steven in What Sex Am I, a film playing at
the Northwest Film and Video Center.
The Lesb ia n and Gay Prid e Steering
C om m ittee meets every W ednesday at
the M ain Multnomah County Library on
SW 10th and Taylor at 7 pm. If you are
planning an event for the week of June
2 0 -29, please inform the committee, if you
would like to participate in the planning
or if you can play a sm all part by perform
ing even one task, ca ll 233-1169, write Les
bian and Gay Pride '86 at P.O. Box 6611,
Portland, OR 97228, or come to a meet
ing W ednesdays at 7 pm at the Main
at 7 :30 and on Thursday evening there is a
_esoian 3a v meeting also a t7 3/ 3ot*~
m eetings are neid an the second floor of
toe Live and ^et Jv e Club an 2403 5E
Ankeny c O' information contactkav
236-671C y Tom. 222-5194
Tuesda y, A p ril 1 5 1 pm -3 pm SMC 333
O ve re a te r’s Anonym ous (O.A.), a
se lf-he lp program for people with eating
d isord ers, now has two meetings oriented
tow ards the Lesbian/G ay community. On
Tuesday evening there is a M en's meeting
PSU cam pus. Transform ing Body Image: A
group for women who hate their bodies.
G roup A meets Tuesdays, 1-3. Group B
m eets Thursd ays, 7-9 (pm). M ake friends
with your body through a delightful com
bina tion of im agery, relaxation, music,
art, movement, discussion and just plain
fun. For more inform ation a nd /or to reg is
ter, c a ll Lind a Moore, M.A. at the Eating
D isord ers C ounseling and Education
C enter at 221-4276.
H O M E O P A T H Y • H Y D R O T H E R A P Y • N U T R IT IO N
• B y A p p o in tm e n t
D R. T O R I H U D SO N
N A TU RO PA TH IC PH YSICIAN
S p e c ia liz in g in N a tu ra l, D ru g le ss T h e ra p ie s
P o rtla n d N a tu ro p a th ic C lin ic
1 1231 S . E . M a rke t S tre e t
• H o u se C a lls
A v a ila b le
2 5 5 -7 3 5 5
SANDRA K. PINCHES, Ph.D.
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Socia l networking for intellectually-
oriented, w ell-educated (many have ad
vanced degrees) lesb ia ns ages 30 to 50.
Com m on interests include c la ssica l
m usic, ethnic restaurants, foreign film s.
Get acquainted at sm a ll group Sunday
brunches. No organization to join! Infor
m al gatherings. W rite to P.O. Box 12410 for
date & location of next brunch.
Sm oking volcanoes, pools of blue wa
ter, pine covered m ountains, rainforests.
These view s of Nicaragua from the a ir are
in sharp contrast to the reality of this
Central Am erican nation from the ground.
Pesticide pollution, deforestation and in
d ustria l contai nination are legacies from
the Som oza dictatorship, which not only
terrorized the people of Nicaragua, but
a lso the environment.
Sin c e 1979the Nicaraguan government
has initiated bold new program s to com
bat these decades of ecological destruc
tion. A m bitious pesticide p o lic ies, ra in
forest and w ild life conservation measures,
and alternative energy program s a ll illu s
trate a governm ent com m itm ent to envi
ronm ental protection rarely seen
The Po rtla n d Contrail Am erica S o li
d a rity Com m lttoo is pleased to
announce the opportunity to leam about
these new program s first-ha nd by p a rti
cip a ting in the Environm ental Brigades
this summer. By living and w orking for 4
w eeks in Nicaragua this summ er, you will
be helping these program s and seeing
the real Nicaragua for yourself.
Join us in the Environm ental Brigade!
M ay 31- June 28, or A ugust 2-30.
Approxim te cost: $900.
for more inform ation contact the Port
land C entral Am erican So lid a rity
Com m ittee at P.O. Box 6 4 43, Portland
97228, or at (503) 227-5102.
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