Toronto responds

Gibson, David
July 1977
Body Politic;Jul/Aug77, Issue 35, p12
Reports on the meeting organized by Toronto, Ontario-based Community Homophile Association on June 22, 1977, in response to the victorious anti-gay efforts of Anita Bryant. Information on the demonstration to be staged by the gay group.


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