The Maine Campus
"Homosexuality and gay liberation are symptoms of a sexually healthy society," said activist Morty Manford at the Maine Gay Symposium here Saturday. Over 300 paying observers attended the well-organized gathering which met with no violent opposition, picketing, or demonstrations as had been feared by some UMO administrators. A team of four campus policemen guarded the affair which was sponsored by the Wilde-Stein Club, UMO's gay group.
Ferguson, Bill and Ward, Steve, "Maine gay symposium stresses two themes: a re-evaluation of the homosexual self-image and 'coming out'" (1974). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 526.
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