A discussion about the relationship between women and men in the gay movement, how the gay movement has opened up a new set of relations of women and men working together compared to other movements, and what the opportunity to work closely with the opposite sex inside the movement has meant for the panelists. The guests are Sidney Abbott, co-author of Sappho Was a Right-On Woman and member of the board of the National Gay Task Force (NGTF); Bert Hansen, co-founder of the Gay Academic Union and also board member of the NGTF; and Elaine Lafferty, convener for the National Women's Agenda and co-director of the Mattachine Society of New York. The host and producer is Ron Gold.
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