THE INSTITUTE FOR

MEDIA EDUCATION
PAR-rNER SOLICITATION LANGUAGE
AS A REFLEC-rION OF MALE
SEXUAL ORIENTATION
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF
MALES SEEKING PARTNERS
"IN SEARCH OF" ADVERTS
By
Judith A. Reisman, Ph.D. & Charles B. Johnson,
Ph.D.
1995
(A WORK IN PROGRESS)
(APPENDIX D GADDED)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................... iv
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ....................................................................................................... 1
SECTION I: INTROD UCTION AND CORROBORATIVE RESEARCH ......................... 5
SECTION II: RESEARCH METHODS ............................................................................. 10
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 10
RESEARCH PROBLEM ............................................................................................................ 10
CONTENT AN"ALYSIS (CA) ........................................................................... 11
ANALYSIS APPROACH ............................................................................................................ 13
DATA CHARACTERISTICS ...................................................................................................... 14
LThflTATIONS ......................................................................................................................... 14
............................................................................................................... 14
SUMl\1ARY .............................................................................................................................. 16
SECTION III: DATA SET DEMOGRAPIDC PROFILE ................................................... 17
BACKGROUND ....................................................................................................................... 17
COMPARISON OF MALE HOMOSEXUAL MAGAZINES ............................................................ 18
MOST READ "'GAY" MAGAZINES ........................................................................................... 19
SECONDARY REACH .............................................................................................................. 20
PROFILE CHAR.ACTERISTICS ................................................................................................. 20
AD USAGE .............................................................................................................................. 21
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SECTION IV: RESEARCH FINDINGS ............................................................................... 25
LANGUAGE ............................................................................................................................ 26
PARTNER CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................................................. 28
PARTNER SELECTION OUTCOMES ......................................................................................... 35
.............................................................................................................................. 37
SECTION V: CONCLUSION ............................................................................................... 39
APPENDICES: ........................................................................................................................ 40
APPENDIX A: THE HOMOSEXUAL LEXICON .......................................................................... 40
APPENDIX B: TOP HOMOSEXUAL & HETEROSEXUAL MAGAZINES ...................................... .49
APPENDIX C: DATA CODING .................................................................................................. 51
PARTIAL BffiLIOGRAPHY ..................................................... ; ........................................... 63
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INTRObUCTION
PARTNER SOLICITATION LANGUAGE:
A 5-Year Comparative Analysis of Classified Advertisements in
Two Mainstream Magazines: .
Male Heterosexuals (The Washingtonian) and Male Homosexuals (The Advocate)
This report is an empirical analysis of partner solicitation language (characteristics and outcomes
desired) reflected in the Washingtnnian, illustrating a mainstream heterosexual readership. and The
Advocate, illustrating a mainstream homosexual readership. A representative random sample of
male personal classified advertisements was used covering a five-year period for both magazines.
After two years of pre-testing, a uniform language coding instrumeot was designed for common use
on both samples. The resulting data on 10,292 solicitations (7,407 Advocates and 2,885
Washingtonians) were then systematically coded by language variables to test the frequency of
common characteristics and outcomes sought by each male population. The research objective ~ - a s
to compare male partner solicitation language of two male lifestyles to reveal whether the
characteristics and outcomes sought had any measurable similarity.
MACRO (MAIN) FINDINGS
1) 86% of Washingtonians Seeking time commitment in partner
2% of Advocates
2) 49% of Washingtonians Seelcing nonsexual interests in partner
3% of Advocates
3) 42% of Washingtonians Seelcing nonsexual characteristics in a partner
4% of Advocates
4) 5% of Washingtonians Seelcing sexual prostitution
63% of Advocates
5) 0.41% of Washingtonians Seelcing sexual sadism in partner
25% of Advocates
6) 0.42% of Washingtonians Seeking sexual body parts in partner
22% of Advocates
7) 0% of Washingtonians Seeking man-teen sex in partner
15% of Advocates
What is revealed in comparing and contrasting these two male populations, is that ooe population
seeks time-bound relationships without sex as a reqUirement while the other seeks non-time bound,
temporary relations, with sex the criteria for meeting. "Time" is an asset, a precious commodity
which can be given or withheld. Hence, as there is a funadmental difference between heterosexual
and homosexual approaches to time commitment, this is n:fh::cted in the nature of the
characteristics sought and outcomes expected in partners regarding; the sharing of nonsexual
interests, qualities of character, prostitution, views of sexual sadism or body build or sex with
youths. There existed no measurable similarity between the two lifestyles as represented by
partner solicitation characterics of the sample male populations.
EXECUTNE SUMMARY
BACKGROUND. Research on homosexuality has been severely limited in academia over the
past 30 years. Dr. Alfred Kinsey's 1948 work, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, 1 is still the
most significant study of sexual conduct referred to by activists and policy-makers alike. The
absence of unbiased academic study to better understand the nature of homosexuality is a barrier
against rational policy making.
RESEARCH PROBLEM. To identify and compare partner solicitation characteristics and
relationship outcomes of mainstream heterosexual and homosexual populations.
METHOD OF ANALYSIS. A frequently used research technique for the analysis of mass
media infonnation is content analysis. Content analysis does not employ surveyor interview
instruments to measure similarity and variance of an experimental treatment. Rather, content
analysis takes an identified data set as it exists and extracts the reoccurring themes for tabulation.
Like other research techniques, content analysis has predictive value. As a result of its successful
use in World War II to predict enemy movements, content analysis has enjoyed wide usage in
research and analysis (Krippendorff 1980; Laswell et aI., 1965).
DATA SET CHARACTERISTICS. This research employed a five-year random sample
of 10,292 paid partner solicitation advertisements within two mainstream publications; 7,407
solicitations of The Advocate (the nation's mainstream homosexual magazine) and 2,885
solicitations of the Washingtonian (a monthly mainstream regional heterosexual magazine).
Market research finds The Advocate and Washingtonian demographics similar across aU key
socio-econornic variables for single white, upscale, cosmopolitan, politically active and liberal male
readers.
2
Both the Washingtonian and The Advocate have dedicated ''In-Search-Of' sections
within each issue where partners are solicited. These partner solicitation sections of magazines
composed the data set.
The strength of the data is in its clarity of purpose. Paid solicitation advertisements give every
reason to assume that the words used, and the intention implied, reflect the advertiser's actual goals
and objectives. If a male is looking for a "companion with a sense of humor," it is likely that is
one quality being sought. If a male is looking for certain physical size characteristics in a partner,
it is likely that is an actual characteristic he is seeking. What the data say they say clearly and with
minimum bias.
LIMITATIONS. Not every reader of either the Washingtonian or The Advocate places a
paid "In-Search-Of' advertisement in their respective publications. Therefore, "In-Search-Oi"
advertisements may not represent the entire readership of these two mainstream publications. The
hypothesis is that there are categories of readership. One group is comprised of those readers who
place "In-Search-Of' advertisements and are likeJy to monitor these advertisement pages routinely.
I Kimey·s scienlific method and finding!! aJ"e s<:v"'"Cly criticized by authorities such as. The BrllJsh Medical Journal, The Lancet. largely
based on I h ~ flfSt author's book. KInsey Sex and Fraud, ReismatilUld Eichel (1990). Wayelt¢. LA: Huntington House.
1 See report discu.\Sion of marketing data.
The Executive Summary
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Another group may be those who find the "In-Search-Of' advertisement interesting or entertaining
and therefore monitor it, and who may occasionally answer ads. The last group would be those
who never place an "In-Search-Of" advertisement. and who have no interest in reviewing those
pages of the magazine. It is unlikely that this data set accurately reflects this last group of readers.
RESEARCH MODEL. The concept of "alternative lifestyle" implies a reference. That is,
homosexuality is an alternative to the heterosexual lifestyle as a reference. However, alternative
involves both similarities and differences with its reference point. When you are forced to take an
alternative route, you may take a different road but end up at a common destination. Given that
the hypothesis is that measurements of both male populations of mainstream publications will not
differ significantly in partner solicitation outcomes sought (their destinations).
Null Hypothesis Ho: U,l = (P/O) =
Ha: UI =1= (P/O) =1= V.J2
(pIO = process or outcome U,I= heterosexual sample 1112 = homosexual sample)
RESEARCH CONSTRUCTS
Phase I
Phase II
Phase m
Language Data. Between Two Samples
HI: Homosexuals and heterosexuals use similar language in partner
solicitation.
Ho 1: Homosexuals and heterosexuals use dissimilar language in partner
solicitation
Partner Characteristics Sought Between Two Samples
H2: Homosexual and heterosexual language in partner solicitation indicates
similar characteristics sought in prospective partners
Ho2: Homosexual and heterosexual language in partner solicitation indicates
dissimilar characteristics sought in prospective partners.
Partner Outcomes Sought Between Two Samples
H3: Homosexual and heterosexual language in partner solicitation indicate
similar outcomes sought for partner relationships
H03: Homosexual and heterosexual language in partner solicitation indicates
dissimilar outcomes sought in partner relationships
The Execudve Summary
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SUM:MARY FINDINGS
There is sharp national dispute over similarities and differences on what is common heterosexual and
homosexual conduct. Kirk and Madsen (1989) write that the "sex and love Jives of gays and straights today are
both similar and conventional," and similarly, Thompson (1994) writes that "gay men lead daily lives that are
basically similar to those of heterosexual men." In contrast, says Danneymeyer, "so many homosexuals are
extremely promiscuous" (1989) that society must be protected from what Altman (1982) views positively as
"The Homosexualization of America." The data reported here that are readily available in public magazines,
throw light on this issue as it relates to one important type of sexual conduct, namely, partner solicitation. This
study analyzed Classifieds, "In Search Of' (ISO) advertisements placed by males in two magazines, the
Washingtonian, which is predominantly heterosexual in orientation, and The Advocate, self identified as
homosexual. Both are "upscale" (affluent, educated readers) and share very comparable reader demographics.
We analyzed 2,885 Washingtonian ISO ads and 7,407 The Advocate ISO ads placed from 1988 to 1992. A
random sample of ads were scored for the presence of categories of expressed preferences.
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Below are five key
findings about ISO advertising language placed by men.
2
Pink is The Advocate, black The Washingtonian.
Figure 1: OveraU Findings for Advocates v. Washingtonians
100%
sew ..
60"10
40%
20%
86%
FIVE MAJOR FINDINGS FOR PARTNER SOUCITA nONS IN THE ADVOCA TE
AND IN THE WASHINGTONIANADS
(Percent of ads with expressed preferences)
63%
49%
2% 3%
5%
o Washingtonian
• The Advocate
0.45%

15%
Time
Commitment
NonSex
Interests
Prostitution, Sexual Sadism Man-Teen Sex
Exp lie it II m plic it
There were striking differences. For example, one ad category noted time commitment; (such as, "seeking long-teon
companion") in 86% of Washingtonian (J¥) ads but in only 2% of The Advocate (A) ads. For an expressed preference
or interest in non-sex activities the respective figures were 49% (Jl-? and 3% (A) . For certain other solicitations, the
expressed preferences had a markedly different pattern. For example, for solicitation of sexual prostitution, the
respective figures were 5% (J.JQ and 63% (A). For solicitation of sexual sadism, the figures were 0.41 % (If? and 25%
(A) and for apparent solicitation by adults of teen sex, the figures were 0.45o/O(Jl-? and 15% (A). Thus the
heterosexual and the homosexual males expressed very different preferences in these ads and used very different
solicitation language. The striking differences found in this study suggest that it may be worthwhile to study other
forms of media solicitation for differences in language and expressed preference in relation to sexual orientation.
KEY WORDS: Homosexuality, heterosexuality, language, time, sexual orientation, human seXUality.
I Ten unduplica1ed months at two magazines per year over five years were analyzed using a pretested coding instrument on both samples. The
reSUlting data were classified and tabulated by language variables (.80 IRR) with the sjmple frequencies and cross-tabulations identified
Washingtonian and Advocate solicitation cha:racteristics.
2 The Advocate and the Washingtonian (1988-1992). A stratified random sample of The Advocate: July 5, 1988; December 20, 1988; January 3,
1989; November 21, 1989; April 10, 1990; October 9, 1990; May 7, 1991; September 10, 1991; March 24, 1992; June 30, 1992 and the
Washingtonian: January 1988; December 1988; February 1989; November 1989; March 1990; October 1990; April 1991; September
1991 ; May 1992; August 1992.
The Executive Summary
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Relationship outcomes between the two groups are basically dissimilar. Short of Anonymous sex was indicated
or implied in 86% of Advocates versus 2% of Washingtonians seeking a semi-permanent (relationship) to a
pennanent (marriage) companionship; 49% described their hobbies of camping, theater, travel, etc., versus 3%
of Advocates. Among Washingtonians, 5% sought prostitutes and 9% indicated they were seeking mistresses
while anonymous, paid sex was a desire outcome for 63% of Advocates. A sparse 3% of Advocates indicated a
time-bound relationship and to make that point, 3% de9cribed their nonsexual hobbies. Moreover, 3% were
"couples'" ISO Ii third male to join them sex.ually; 25% of Advocates were offering, or seeking sexual sadism
versus 0.41 % of Washingtonians and 15% of Advocates sought man-teen sex vs. under 1 % of Washingtonians.
In our earlier studies ot The Advocate-prior to its outreach into the "straighf' world-upwards oft 40% oflSOs
sought youths, often under age 18, and often offering travel. home, and pseudo parental caretaking.
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Fi re 3: Nonsexual Character/Personalit Traits in Partners

14%
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to%
8%
S%
4%
2%

Inte.lIIg e nt Se n"ltlv& Sex:; Funny Honest Romantic Curio U:i Feminine Domlanl
Fi re 4: Seekin SadismlHumiliation Outcome
• Advocates Only Cite Sadism
25%
11%
2%
Total S&M S&M as "Safe Xchg Porn Foot Fetish Scatology Fisting
Sex"
The data indicate that partner solicitation language between the two samples is basically dissimilar
and that the dissimilarities between the two groups are fundamental. It: upon review of the
characteristics, the heterosexual sample could be reasonably described as nonnaI, then the
Advocate sample has no basic similarity to that norm when it comes to soliciting partners; either in
characteristics sought or in ou.tcome expected ..
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Section I: BBckground and Corroborative Research 5
SECTION I
BACKGROUND AND CORROBORATIVE RESEARCH
In trod uction
This study is about the use of words, which express intentions of two male populations who paid
to solicit partners in their respective magazines. One of the populations is heterosexual and the
other homosexual. The analysis of the 10,929 advertisements (7,404 Advocates and 2,885
Washingtonians) sheds light on lifestyle characteristics. The data set was drawn from five years
(1988-1992) of two mainstream publications: The Advocate
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and the Washingtonian
2
Both of
the periodicals allot portions of each issue for paid advertisements for those seeking partners.
Using content analysis techniques,the ads were coded, grouped, and analyzed to reveal the
similarity and variance. The data are a matter of public record and can be replicated at any time.
The use of the word "alternative" may be an issue. Webster defines alternative as a choice
between two, "one of two possibilities." It would be expected that partner solicitation outcomes
from a mainstream publication such as The Advocate would support the "alternative lifestyle"
assertion. This study reveals what a largely white upscale sample of homosexual males are In
Search Olin their partners when compared. to the characteristics and outcomes sought by a similar
socio-economic sample of Washingtonian heterosexual male readers.
Implicit in this analysis is that words define experience and therefore their meaning is fundamental
to communication. In 1829, Noah Webster assembled 12,000 new words in the first American
dictionary, "reflecting the common laws, values and virtuous goals of Americans." Said Webster:
As an independent nation, our honor requires us to have a system of our own, in
language as well as govemment .... on account of considerable differences between the
American and English language. New circumstances, new modes of life, new laws, new
ideas oj various kinds give rise to new words .... Some new words are introduced in
America ... it is desirable that as jar as the people have the same things and the same
ideas, the words to express them should remain the same ... .A national language is a
band oj national union ... Let us ... establish a national language, as well as a national
government
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It is an historical fact that single men and women have for many reasons turned to personal
advertisements in magazines and newspapers to seek partners (DeCecco 1988, Silverstein 1981,
Davidson, 1991). A study of such advertisements provides a unique opportunity to analyze partner
seeking language in order to better understand orientation, method of commwlication, and
objectives of those soliciting partners.
Review of Literature
The study of The Advocate In Search 0/ (ISO) classified advertisements has been a part of
established homosexual academic cosmology. Writing in Gay Relah"onships,-4 Malcolm Lumby
reported, based on his research, that content analysis of The Advocate ISO advertisements provides
a window through which one can view 'white, upscale male homosexual cultural values.'
However, he points out that such analysis sheds little light on female homosexuals.
Section I: Background and Corroborative Research
The study is important because the advertisements were written by homosexuals
themselves, reflecting their particular sexual concerns. interests, and values. By
tabulating their dominant interests, one is able to draw advertiser profiles and to note
those values emphasized most frequently and those of little overall import. j
6
Lumby described the methodology employed in his analysis of The Advocate to establish a profile
of male homosexual virtues:
45%
44%
43%
42%
41%
40%
39%
38%
37%
... 1976 issues of The Advocate were selected at random and each word categorized to
identify 17 dominant themes in the "Jvlodels, }.,[asseurs. and Escorts" (J.dJviE)
[prostitution} and "Personals" (PER) portions of the "Trader Dick" supplement.
Categories were determined in a pilot study of Advocate advertisemen/s. Thefrequency
of each word was recorded and tabulated by percentage as reported. .... A composite
reliability coefficient of. 89 was achieved between raters (Hotsli, 1969) ... 6
Fi
Advocates Preference For "Straight" Macho/Athlete/Military Men & Boys
Lumby % 01 MMEs-in
Gay Relationships
45%
Lee In Gay
Relationships
Laner & Kamel In Gay
Relationships
In "Men Who Advertise For Sex, .. 7 Lumby found in 1,111 of The Advocate ads, homosexual
advertisers equate "masculine" descriptions of males with "straight actingllooking" (while
"feminine" males are, implicitly, "gay looking"). Of the ads, Lumby found no ad for "feminine" or
"gay"-looking or acting in his sample of The Advocate.
Of iJI{lSf' JvJJvfE [Models. Masseurs and Escorts-i.e., prostitutes] describing physical
appearance, another 149 (41%) used strikingly masculine terms of self-description,
including "all-man." "butch." "humpy. " 'jock." "manly. " "rugged, II or "straight
acting!looking" ... Thefinal notable distinction between groups {MAlE and PER}. was in the
rejected category .... "Fems" and "fat" were rejected by 17% and 1 9% respectiveLy8
Lumby reported 41 % of MME in The Advocate claiming to be stmight/macho males, Lee 45%
and Laner & Kamel 40% writing in gay relationships. The ]994 Advocate Survey of Sexuality
(Appendix G) reiterates the homosexual focus on what they see as "straight" looking, "macho"
men: "The more masculille a man rates himself, the more attrac1ive he assumes he is to otIter
men."
Section 1: Background and Corroborative Research
7
Researcher, John Alan Lee, attributes the desire for men with a "straight appearance" to the
increasing "virilization" of the homosexual subculture.
9
He reported that 45% ofrus The Advocate
sample sought men with a "Straight or masculine appearance"IO with "straight" and "masculine",
viewed as the same. The Advocate reporter and homosexual activist, John HWlter, in The Gay
Outsider says:
I also agree with Morris that the machismo manifestation as represented by the superbutch
image of the leathermen, the bikers, will enlist greater and greater numbers ... by setting
themselves up as heroes to be aped ... /rying to be straight or appear straight. JJ
In another study, researchers Laner and Kamel hypothesized that "Homosexual Male"
advertisements will show evidence of "virilization" [straight, macho emphasis].12 This virilization
emphasis is confirmed both in the homosexual advocacy studies and the general homosexual
literature (Herdt, 1989; Altman, 1982; Noebel, 1984; Tinunons, 1990), and reflected in Laner and
Kamel's data below. Say Laner and Kamel, "Forty-three percent of the advertisers claimed some
form of stereotypically masculine attributes (e.g. masculine, straight-looking. etc.) and 63% desired
the same masculine attributes in a partner" (p. 81)13
Table 1: Laner & Kamel Physical Characteristics Soughe
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Claimed, Desired by The Advocate Homosexual ISO's
BODY TYPE lAM
1. Rugged, hunky, husky, big, strong, very strong 5%
2. Muscular, well defined, solid, athletic/gym body [straight] 35%
3. Lean, slim, slender 17°/.,
4. Average, medium build or body
3%
5. Skinny, thin. short, small body None
6. Chubby, fat, bcavy 3%
7. Penis size, type, cut, uncut
l5
20%
I DESIRE
8%
35%
17%
3%
3%
3%
23%
Writing about The Advocate ads in Gay Relationships, Lumby was interested in the differences
between the way prostitution ads were worded versus solicitations which appeared not to involve
payment. 16 MME a[ that time referred to "Models, Masseurs and Escorts" and PER to
"Personals." Lumby writes'
Sexual roles were indicated in 20 (18%) of the 110 lvlAfE references and in 96 (23%) of
4}6 PER listings. These were in two groups: French (oral copulation) or Greek (anal
copulation) and active or passive. For example, some said they were French active,
Greek passive, and/or combinations thereof Others called themselves top or bottom
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men.
Sample Characteristics
Both The Advocate and Washingtonian are respected news magazines, The WashIngtOnian
magazine, established in Washington, D.C., has operated successfully since 1965. The magazine
delivers national and local news, art, politics, self-improvement articles, and investigative
journalism. It also displays major, full-page, full color advertisements for furs, perftunes, fashion,
the theater season, and liquors.
Section 1: Background and Corroborative Research
8
With the exception of sexual preference, Washingtonian males are reflective of a similar socio-
economic readership to that of The Advocate homosexual sample. The Washingtonian, like The
Advocate, is a respectable, cosmopolitan upscale magazine with a dedicated "In-Search-Of" (ISO)
section within every issue. After screening for only male ISO's, the percentage of the
Washingtonian's male (166,J92) paid circulation is roughly to that of The Advocate's
male readership. The Washingtonian's male partner-seeking population is a liberal, urban, white,
affluent, and heterosexual.
.. :'.<' \:::. The ·Demographic .
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".:: ... :.: ••.••••. :i.;r··::::····.' .... ·<:··::· .. .. graduates .... ..• ..' : ::
. :. . ,.\ . .:::::; ;' ));':,>,,:36:5% .complete:d 'graduate schoof ···············..·· .' '\;:: iii :
., : :. : '''?:; .:: ::;:.:".'" :,Almost all readers are employed :: ." ..... , i,
".i;(/<: AImostall own' at le.a.st o'ne caii ·travel by plane often i.: ....... .; ... >
an average of 15· nth: ..

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The ISO section of the Washingtonian is placed at the back of the magazine usually between pages
185 to 200. In contrast, The Advocate ISO's from 1972-1992 were in the middle of the magazine
with the average nwnber of pages being ooe-third to one-hatf of the total magazine.
SECTION ENDNOTES
I The Advocate is the largest. longest-selling and most respectable "Gay & Lesbian News Magazine" in the USA.
Kirk & Madsen (After The Bail. New York: Doubleday, 1989) report that generative (heterosexuals)
misunderstand "gay sex" for "gay personals" are they say, "encrypted" words. "We and our friends have placcd
many such [personal J ads over- the years" (:28).
2 The Washingtonian is a regional mainstream pubhcation for heterosexuals with socioeconomic male readership
characteristics similar to that of The Advocate. 44% of Washingtonian males claiming to be over age 40 compared
to 18% of The Advocate males.
) Slater. Rosalie 1. (1967) Noah Webster's First Edition oj An American Dictionary oj/he English Language,
(San Francisco. CA: Foundation for American Christian Education). pps. 17, 18.23,24,25,26.
4 DeCecco. John. Ec. Gay Relan·onships (1988) NYC: Harrington Park Press. p. 62 .. While academicians retain the
appearance of objectivity in their homosexual investigations, DeCecco appears as an admitted pederast (an
ndvOCllte of man-boy sex) on the editorinl bonrd of the ncademic pedophile journal, Paidika: The Journal of
Pedophilia, published in the Netherlands.
5 Ibid., DeCecco, p. 62 added).
6 Ibid.
1 Ibid.
a Ibid, pp. 64, 68.
9 Supra, p. 75.
\0 Id. p. 22.
Section I: Background and Corroborative Research
II Hunter John Francis (1972) The Gay Insider rSA. NYC: Stonehill Publishing Co., pp. 615-617.
12 Gay Relationships, supra, p. 76.
13 Id., p. 81.
14 Adapted from original Gay Relationships chart as cited, p. 81.
1 ~ [d., p. 81. The Laner and Kamel chart was adapted for this report.
\6 Gay Relationships, supra.
17 rd., p. 67.
1 ~ Sinunons Market Research (1991), cited in Washingtonian Quick Guide, 1993.
\9 Marco, Tony, Special Class Protections For Gays: A Question of 'On'enlal:!'on' and Consequences, (Colorado,
Springs, Colorado: Tony Marco, 1993), p. 42. See also, "Overcoming a Deep-Rooted Reluctance, More Finns
Advertise to Gay Community," The Wall Street Journ£Jl, 18 July 1991.
10 See Classified Advertisements in The Advocate and see Enrique T. Rueda (1982). The Homosexual Network, Old
Greenwich. CN, Devin Adair Company; pp. 180-181.
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Section II: R e s ~ c h Methods
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SECTION II
RESEARCH METHODS
Introduction
The data set of 10,292 partner solicitation advertisements (ISO) is a significant random sample
sparmiog five years (1988-1992) within two mainstream publications: The Advocate and The
Washingtonian. Each ISO reflects intent and purpose, and therefore may provide an indication of
lifestyle characteristics.
An alternative lifestyle should have a similar endstate to the reference which defines it. Therefore,
the hypothesis is that the outcomes sought in partner solicitation between both heterosexual and
homosexual populations will have some degree of commonality.
Research Problem
The research problem was to identify and compare partner solicitation characteristics and
outcomes sought of mainstream male heterosexual and homosexual populations. TIle analysis is
assumed to confirm the homosexual lifestyle as a reasonable "alternative" to heterosexual life.
Null Hypothesis Ho: UiJ = (P/O) =
Ha: Uil =1= (P/O) =1= UJ2
(pIO = process or outcome Uil= heterosexual sample U2 = homosexual sample)
RESEARCH CONSTRUCTS
Phase I Language Data Between Two Samples
HI: Both homosexuals and heterosexuals use similar language in partner solicitation.
Ho 1: Homosexuals and Heterosexuals use dissimilar language in partner solicitation.
Phase II Partner Characteristics Sought Between Two Samples
H2: Homosexual and Heterosexual language in partner solicitation indicates similar
characteristics sought in prospective partners.
Ho2: Homosexual and Heterosexual language in partner solicitation indicates
dissimilar characteristics sought in prospective partners_
Phase III Outcomes Sought Between Two Samples
H3: Homosexual and Heterosexual language in partner solicitation
indicate similar outcomes sought for partner relationships.
Section II: Research Methods
Ro3: Homosexual and Heterosexual language in partner solicitation
indicates dissimilar outcomes sought in partner relationships.
Content AnaJysis (CA) Methodology
11
Of the different research techniques for the analysis of mass media information, content analysis is
often used, as a method of investigation. Content analysis does not employ surveyor interview
instruments or an experimental treatment method where change is measured on a given sample.
Rather, content analysis takes an identified data set "as it exists" in the research population,
without treatment, and separates the recurring themes for tabulation. Klaus Krippendorff says in
Content Analysis: An Introduction To Its Methodology (1980): "In mass communication
research, three indices of measurement have had a long history of use."
The frequency with which a symbol, idea or subject matter occurs in a stream of messages tends
to be interpreted as a measure of importance, attention, or emphasis.
The balance in numbers of favorable and unfavorable attributes of a symbol, idea, or subject
matter tends to be interpreted as a measure of the direction or bias.
The kind of qualifications and associations expressed toward a symbol, idea, or subject mailer
tends to be interpreted as a measure of the intensity or strength of a belief, conviction, or
motivation. I
The technique used in this research is Krippendorffs approach with "emphasis on single words, or
short strings of characters, which are identified in a text, removed from the their linguistic
environment, individually classified or 'tagged' and then cOWlted".2 As Ray Birdwhistell
addressed in Kinetics and Context, (1969) the nature of analysis of words "offers objective
measures, [to analyze} derived systems, jobs, games, folklore, dances, drama as controlled
laboratories for the measurement o/the participants. ,,3
Like other research techniques, content analysis is a predictive tool. That is, if the condition of the
data set remains relatively constant, content analysis has a predictive value in estimating future
conduct or affect. Ever since the content analysis technique was used successfully in World War II
to predict enemy movements, its use in all forms of analysis has enjoyed widespread application.
As Kippendorff writes:
The FCC analysts successfully predicted several major military and political
campaigns, assessed NCJ2i-elite perceptions of their situation, political changes within
the governing group, and shifts in relations between axis countries. Among the more
outstanding predictions actually made by British analysts was the date of deployment
of the German V-weapon against Great Britain. lvfonitoring Goebbels's speeches, the
analyst inferred interferences with the production of these weapons and ertrapolated
the launching date which was accurate within a f ~ weeks. 4
To this end, much of the effort of researchers in content analysis has centered upon those media
which would influence large populations (e,g. newspapers, television, radio programs ... ). Special
interest has been centered upon the materials which might be weighted by racist, sexist, or
ethnocentric bias. Just as the Washingtonian ISOs reflect a heterosexual bias, The Advocate
ISOs are weighted by a male homosexual bias.
Section II: Research Methods
12
Standard practice in scholarly analysis of media content has been to investigate media materials
that command the largest circulation and respect within a given genre as well as those materials
that have similarities in audience, content, and purpose. Conent Analysis, (CA) techniques have
been implemented to examine a myriad of information delivery systems. Modern research has
applied CA techniques to nearly all media delivery systems as in prime-time television drama
(Cantor, 1980, 1982); television opera (Cantor and Pingreee, 1983); cinema (Rosen, 1973);
magazine fiction (Cantor and Jones, 1983); textbook humor (Bryant, Gula, and Zillmann, 1980);
advertisement (Goffinan, 1976); fine art (Harris and NochJin, 1978); popular music (Rosenbaum
and Prinsky, 1986), political cartoons (Zillmann and Bryant, 1974), and the like.
Researchers use CA to examine ethnocentric bias and racism in teacher's training manuals,
textbooks, films, and other educational materials (e.g., Allen, 197 1, Lang and Kelley, 197 I;
Simms, 1976). Other researchers in the field of education applied content analysis techniques to an
examination of textbook sex bias (e.g., American Psychological Association, 1975; Helgeson,
1976; Pyle, 1976; Women on Words and Images, 1975). Said Krippendorff:
Content analysis is a research technique for making replicable and valid references
from data to their context. As a research technique, content analysis involves
specialized procedures for processing scientific data. Like all research techniques, its
purpose is la provide knowledge, new insights, a representation of 'facts,' and a
practical gUide to action. It is a tool. .. a method of inquiry into the symbolic meaning of
messages (pp. 21-22).
Krippendorff (1980) emphasizes the predictive value of content analysis:
As early as 1943, Janis (1965) pointed to the need for validating the results of content
analysis of mass communications by relating them to audience perceptions or 10
behavioral effect. We, too, demand content analysis to be predictive of something that
is observable in principle, to aid decision making, or to help conceptualize that portion
of reality that gave rise to the analyzed test. To this end, we suggest that any content
analysis must be performed relative to and justified in terms of the context of the data. "
(p. 23).
In 1974, Dr. David Phillips suggested a rise in suicides due to the influence of suicide stories
publicized in newspapers in Great Britain and the United States. Several years later, Phillips
(1979) followed up with additional CA work in the area of suicide and motor vehicle fatalities,
identifying a correlation with mass media influence. By 1980, Phillips had established a body of
data isolating mass media influence as a contributing agent to accidents and homicides, and in
1983, he continued to point to mass media content as stimulating increased levels of homicides. In
all of his research, Phillips' underlying methodology had been the employment of content analysis
in various mass media forms to discover the presence of media stimuli as a predictive contributing
agent to subsequent individual and societal trauma.
5
Content analysis has also been implemented in the investigation of alcohol advertisements. This
body of research has included the examination of alcohol advertisements in general (Jacobson,
Atkins and Hacker, 1983, Reisman 1989); college newspapers in particular (DeFoe and Breed,
1979; Walfish, et aL, 1981). Winich's 1981 research examined alcohol depiction in the general
media (drama, movies, fiction, biographies, newspapers, magazines, television, popular music, and
jokes). The consensus of the research has been that alcohol-related advertising promotes alcohol
consumption but it does not appear to have promoted responsible alcohol use.
Section 11: Research Methods
13
Cartoons and comic strips have been a well studied media form for CA. Analyses have included
the study of Sunday comics (Barcus, 1963); the comic strip as a subculture (Spiegelman,
Terwilliger, and Fearing, 1953); male-female relationships in comic strips (Saenger, 1955); the
changing role of women in patriotic cartoons (Meyer, Seidler, Curry, and Aveni, 1980); libelous
cartoons of women by women (Mitchell, 19& 1); comic strips in Black newspapers (Stevens, 1976);
comic books and juvenile delinquency (Hoult, 1949); politically biased cartoons focusing on the
McCormick era (Rothman and Olmsted, 1966); and newspaper editorial bias during the 1976
election (Hill, 1978).
On occasion, CA has also been used to examine various cartoon and visual themes in
erotica/pornography. Malamuth and Spinner (1980) examined cartoon and visual sexual violence
in Playboy and Penthouse; Reisman, Elman and Fink (1986) identified the sexual exploitation of
patients by health professionals in Playboy cartoons (1986); Greenberg and Ka1m's (1970)
research analyzed depictions of Blacks in Playboy cartoons; and The Center for Media Awareness
and National Institute for Media Education and Research (1983) reviewed the sexual and violent
content of Playboy, Penthouse Hustler, Qui, and Playgirl. CA was .used as the research technique
of choice by the principal investigator, Reisman (1987, 1990), in her Department of Justice, Office
of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention research on: "images of Children, Crime, and
Violence in Playboy, Penthouse, and Hustler ".6
Analysis Approach
Krippendorff, (1980) defines six major issues involved in the application of the CA technique:
• the data as communicated to the analyst
• the contex/ of the data
• how the analyst's knowledge partitions his (or her) reality
• the target ofa content analysis
• inference as the basic intellectual task
• validity as ultimate criteria of success (p. 26)
Based upon the above framework, the data Wlder study can be described as "Partner Solicitation
as a Reflection of Male Sexual Orientation." The source of the data are The Advocate, the
mainstream homosexual magazine, and the Washingtonian, a mainstream regional heterosexual
magazine. The target of the analysis would be to study homosexual conduct as an alternative to
heterosexual conduct. The validity of inferences drawn from the data on the similarity or
dissimilarity of homosexuality and heterosexuality, would be based on multidisciplinary theory,
internal checks (Inter-Rater Reliability), and research replication.
This research on partner solicitation employed the principles of content analysis defined above to
the population affected by the magazines studied. No treatment was applied to the data. set. No
face-to-face interview or mailed surveys were employed. Rather, a five year random sample of
10,292 paid partner solicitations advertisements within two mainstream publications constituted
the data source. The data set is public record and can be duplicated at anytime, by anyone.
Section II: Research Methods
14
Data Characteristics
Single men and women have different reasons to tum to personal advertisements in magazines and
newspapers (e.g., DeCecco, 1988; Kirk and Madsen, 1989) to seek a companion, date, or even a
partner for life. TIle comparison study of The Advocate and the Washingtonian (1988-1992),
provides an opportunity to better understand male methods of communication and their objectives
in partner solicitation. Understanding what each seeks and the method and language used is a
window to comparing orientations-both in similarity and variance.
This research employed a five-year random sample of 10,292 paid partner solicitation
advertisements. These data represent statistically significant random samples of two mainstream
monthly publications: the Washingtonian (a mainstream regional heterosexual magazine) and The
Advocate (a mainstream national homosexual magazine). The Advocate, a national publication,
has been described as the homosexual equivalent of Newsweek, perhaps reaching 50 percent or
more of adult male homosexuals in America. Although no magazine is exactly like The Advocate,
the Washingtonian posscsses a very similar socio-economic male readership for white, upscale,
wealthy, cosmopolitan, politically active and liberal heterosexuals. Both the Washingtonian and
The Advocate, have dedicated "In-Search-Of' sections within each issue where partners are
solicited.
The strength of the data are in their purpose. The solicitation advertisements are paid for
individually and there is reason to believe that the words used, and the intentions implied, reflect
the advertiser's actual goals and objectives. For example, if a male is looking for an "attractive
female companion with a sense of humor," it is very likely that those are qualities being sought. If
a male is looking for another male with certain physical characteristics, it is quite likely that those
characteristics are exactly what he wants. What the data set says, it says clearly and with
minimum bias.
Limitations
Not every reader of either the Washingtonian or The Advocate places a paid "In-$earch-Of'
advertisement in their respective publications. Therefore it is inaccurate to state that those who
pay for ''In-Search-Of' advertisements represent the entire readership of the magazine. An
hypothesis is that there are three categories of readership. The first group is comprised of those
readers who at one time or another place an "Tn-Search-Of' advertisement and are likely to monitor
these advertisement pages routinely. The second group is made up of those who never pJaced an
"In-Search-Of' advertisement, yet find that section of the magazine interesting and therefore
monitor it routinely, perhaps even answering ads. The third group would be those who have never
placed an "In-Seareh-Of' advertisement and who have no interest at all in t h u ~ t : pages of the
magazine. Given such grounds, the data set is most reflective of the first group. Due to the nature
of shared readership ideology (and, The Advocate data cites 77% of their readers pursuing the
c1assifieds) this data set may still reflect the last two groups, but not to the same degree.
Instrumentation
Section II: Research Methods
15
• Preliminarv Study: As noted, this comparative analysis is a follow-up to the preliminary
study that reviewed 21 years of The Advocate ISO's. A careful study of a cross section of
homosexual press and publications provided the groundwork for that investigation and
instrument development. To determine The Advocate as mainstream and "typical," required
in-depth examination of the pro-homosexual professional literature, as well as a study of
similar information delivery systems. Othcr popular, high-gloss male homosexual magazines
and newspapers were reviewed for similarity of content. including ISOs in their
advertisements. Among these were: Outweek (New York); Frontiers (California); Outlines
(Chicago); The Washington Blade (Washington, DC); Gay Community News (Boston,
Massachusetts); The Wisconsin Light (Milwaukee. Wisconsin); Bay Windows (New England);
and The Lavender Network (Oregon). The spectrum of professional, pro-homosexual
literature reviewed for this study is cited in the bibliography.
• Instrument: A mainstream heterosexual magazine using ISO ads was selected as a
comparative male sample based upon Marketing Research data on demographic
characteristics. Using standard content analysis methodology a measuring instrument was
designed., tested, refined and reevaluated until the final instrument was completed and applied
to the 21 year Advocate sample. Considering the strengths and limitations uncovered in this
pretest, the instrument was redesigned for use in the 5-year samples of the Washingtonian and
The Advocate magazines.
• Analvsis: Because on the macro level, there are two groups under review in this study (one
homosexual and one heterosexual), an analysis of variance between samples on solicitation
characteristics and outcomes can be measured using the t ~ t e s t and Chi Square statistical
techniques. The null hypothesis for the research is that the two samples have some similarity
in characteristics and outcomes sought from "partner solicitation". A finding of significant
difference between groups would normally lead to a rejection of that null hypothesis.
• Coding: Three female Institute staff aides, over 21 years of age, trained in content analysis
research techniques, participated in the coding process using the single instrument which was
developed and refined from the 21-year pretest. Two analysts coded while a third checked
completed coding sheets for accuracy, consistency, and omission. A single coding instrument
was applied to both samples.
• Inter-Rater Reliabilitv Measurement: The purity of coding The Advocate and The
Washingtonian were tested. for consistency using Inter-Rater Reliability (IRR) measures
across different coders evaluating the same data issues. IRR is not completely W1like the Test-
retest coefficient, the Split-Half test, or the Kroder-Richardson Formula for reliability and
correlation. The IRR produces a number between 0 and l.0, where 0 is no agreement between
coders and + 1.0 is total agreement between coder COWlts of each variable.
Variance between coders occurs for many reasons. Certain variables coded in this research
could include a hunderd code affirmations within a single issue, while others occurred only
once or twice in a given issue. In this case, the IRR measure used a 10% variance threshold.
That is, if coder counts are the same or less than a 10% disparity, then such would constitute
basic agreement. Using the threshold, The Advocate IRR was measured at .7940 (127
variables coded). For The Washingtonian, the IRR was .7879 (l18 variables measured).
Section II: Research Mclhods
16
• Materials: The time period for the final analysis of both publications was from 1988 to 1992.
Random selected magazines were coded across variables. In the pre-test The Advocate issues
were coded primarily from microfiche at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. For
this study, the Washingtonian magazines were stored by the Institute, while The Advocate
issues were photocopied at the University of Louisville, Extrom Library, and then stored by the
Institute.
SUMMARY:::"
The use of words remains an issue. It would be expected that partner solicitation characteristics
from a mainstream news publication would support alternative lifestyle assertions. To that end,
the study reveals how males engage in the presentation of self, what they seek in partners and what
relationship outcomes are characteristic of both heterosexual and bomosexual sample populations.
This study seek to reveal the similarity and difference between male homosexual and heterosexual
partner solicitation language: what they say and what they mean. Understanding the differences in
orientation of these two groups will aid in predicting lifestyle characteristics.
SECTION ENDNOTES
I KrippendortT, KJaus. (1980). Content Analysis. Newbury Park: Sage, p. 40. NOle the remarks by Thompson, Mark
(1994) in Long Road ro Freedom. NYC: Sl. Martin Press, p. 164 regarding the mainstream nature of The Advocate
and its impact and representativeness [or the upscale, white male homosexual population.
2 Ibid., p. \24.
] Birdwhistell, Ray. (1969). Kinetics and Context Philadelpnia: University of Pennsylvania, p. 158.
4 Ibid., Krippendom, pps. 16-17.
5 See for example, Phillips, David. (1983) The impact o[mass media violence on US homocides. American
Sociological Review, 48 (pp. 560-568).
6 "Images ojChiLdren, Crime. and Violence" Grant No. 84-JN-AX-K007.
Section III: Demographic Profiles
SECTION III
DATASET
DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE
Background
17
Marketing companies routinely conduct demographic studies to assess how consumers think, feel
and act in order to best market a product or service through media channels. Demographic
analysis offers a profile of a given population by reporting its vital statistics. Despite differences
that exist in individuals, overall population pictures are developed. and grouped. into demographic
classifications so that advertisements can be targeted to fit the "Psychographic" profile of the
selected group. This is simple cost-effective marketing. Using similar methods we have developed
a profile for the homosexual sample under review.
Just as Advertising Age serves as a national voice for the advertising industry, or Sports
Illustrated for a large population of sports enthusiasts. The Advocate is often referred to as a
mainstream voice for the national homosexual population. I
The Advocate began in 1967 as a regional California newspaper divided into two distinct sections:
Section A of about 30 pages of stories and news, and Section B of about 5 pages of homosexual
personal ISO advertisements. The Advocate grew from a local newspaper to a national
mainstream magazine. Section A became a high-gloss, four-color, biweekly publication, with
roughly 80-90 pages of public policy, art, entertairunent, health, political copy-and full-page ads
that primarily focus on travel, ocean cruises, psychological service centers, real-estate sales, "gay
battles", heath spas, life insurance sales and a plethora of pornographic erotic products.
Section B (knOYlIl as "Trader Dick" for several years post-1975) became a central section of the
publication overall, occupying roughly 35% or more of the total magazine content. The "B"
section was paginated separately and stapled. in two places for removal from the center of the
magazine if desired. Section B could carry over 1,500 graphic advertisements for partners or
partner contact, by phone and/or appointments, well as hundreds of pornographic photos and
movies which, especially pre 1977 child protection laws, generally included sex between men and
boys.
By late 1992, Section B was separated from the publication and bound separately into what is now
called The Advocate Classijiecis.
2
Currently, the Section A part of the magazine can be found in
many larger bookstores, public school libraries, and street newsstands. Part B is usually available
in crossover bookstores, and by subscription; The Advocate Classifieds arrives in the mail
separately from The Advocate, wrapped in dark plastic (See Sample Appendices).
The establishment nature of The Advocate is evidenced by its long-term publication and to some
degree by the collapse other magazines that sought the same mainstream position, such as
Outweek, a New York-based homosexual magazine with a 30,000 circulation. Advertising Age
(which represents mainstream marketing research) in a special report on homosexual magazines
cites The Advocate as sharing common readership with three other homosexual male magazines,
Genre, 10 Percent, and Oul. If Genre, OUI, and 10 Percent share dual readerships with The
Section ITT: Demographic Profiles
1&
Advocate, then the ISO's appearing in The Advocate would be seen to reflect these other
readerships as wel1--indeed encompassing most of the USA homosexual population.
l
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Advocate
1967
Genre 1991
Outl1992
10 Percent
1992
QW [QueeT
World] 1992
Adve.rllsmg Age. January J 992
Tab;e 1. Comparison of Male Homosexual Magazines
FREQ.' SEX 'ADS ' RECnrf'ToPlC$' . ,
.,
'EXPLICIT
Bi-weekly Carillon, Yes. under Interviews: G<.ffen. 40,000 Paid
Columbia Hennesy. <eparak cover Kramer, Colorado Sub; J5,OOO
Miller Etc. post 1993 gay laWl! newsstand
Bi-monthly Much like Advocate Claims none Gay·gay beating 25,000 pd
45,000 nst

(Not cit.ed) Claims non" O. Vidal, gay art. 25,000 pd
gays flTed 50,000 nsf
Qrtly Much likeAdvocale Claims none Like • 33,750 pd
biology. oomedy 41,250 nst
Weekly;(Y) Absolute,. P. EUis, Yes, Some ads A Ashe, MadOlUla 10,000 pd
(Folded) R. Martin Slory, etc. 40,000 nst
Table 2: Spartacus: List of Most Read "Gay" Magazines
1. TIlE ADVOCATE Part pornography pre-9/92
2. THE ADVOCATE CLASSIFIEDS: All pomography
3. ADVOCATE lvfEN: All pornography
4. ALL MAN: All pornography
5. BLUEBOY: AU pornography
6. BOLT: All pornography
7. CHRISTOPHER STREET: Pornographic text, no pictorial pornography
8. DRUMMER (DESMODUS INC.): Most sadistic pornography
9. FRICTION: All pornography
10. GENRE Just convertedfrom quarterly 10 bimonthly
11. THE GUIDE: Part pornography
12. GV..(]UlDE: All pornography
13. HONCHO: AJI pornography
14. INCHES: Allpornography
15. IN TOUCH: All pornography
16. fNlQUITY: Pornography
17. JACK: All pornography
18. MANDATE: Part pornography
19. M4 TCH: Most sadistic pornography
20. MI - MALE INSIDER: All pornogrophy
2 I. OBSESSIONS: Part pornography
22. OUR WORLD: Travel Magazine (like Spartacus)
23. PLAYGUY: All pornography
24. ST AILlON: All pornography
25. STARS: All pornography
26. TORSO: All pornography
COMME:NTAR Y
; .. :-::-: ".'
Oldest, larg..,;t
newsmagazine gay
[porno)
Lifertyle gay lIlale
[porno]
Lifestyle, stressing
gay male [porno
30 + gay :lfI1uenl
stressing gay male
NYC stressing gay
male [porno)
(PublicatiOns, ,. Data in Spartaeus '92/'93, pp. 877 - 878. Magazine list rlNised
for those folded, monthly or bimonthly. Verified at "Lambda Rising, "upscale,
Washington, DC books/ore with magazine agent. 9/1/94)
Section Ill; Demographic Profiles
90%
80%
70%
60"!.
50%
4O"k
30%
20%
10%
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4%
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Titles OUt or26 Top
Selling Magazines
Spartacus is fully documented as the mainsuearn homosex-uai travel guide.
MARKET RESEARCH
PSYCHOGRAPHIC MEASURES
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Psychographic data generally cluster around 30 given measures used by market research
organizations to determine strategies to target that total population's interests. The preseot analysis
sought to better understand The Advocate Psychographic profile, a profile arguably reflective of
the generic white, upscale homosexual population. The expensive and validated history of market-
testing, and overall market research-for-profit establishes that readers of a specialized publication
exhibit a general acceptance of the values expressed therein.
4
Thus its consumers, as addressed in
the January 18, 1993 Advertising Age trade journal, would not only reflect the larger homosexual
leadership--white, affluent, youthful, with academic degrees, politically active, often leaders in the
larger society, but The Advocate consumers would tend to similarly reflect or accept The Advocate
attitudes and conduct. 5
Secondary Reach
An accurate percentage of homosexuals within the total population is important. Within the last
few years, research has estimated the homosexual population at well under 2% of the male
Section III: Demographic Profiles
20
population.
6
The Simmons Report oj 1993 gave The Advocate actual sales reach of 215,000
readers per issue or roughly 18% of the homosexual population, and conceivably as much as
another 700,000 readers through casual, episodic, single or dual-issue consumer readership. Both
studies found it difficult to estimate the homosexual population over the age of 50. The number is
so small as compared to heterosexuals over 50 as to be insignificant for statistical analysis. In any
case, given the nature of dual magazine browsing. The Advocate could be said to reach 18% to as
mueh as 50%, or more, of the American male homosexual population. In marketing terms this is a
significant reach for any publication within a special interest popUlation.
Profile Characteristics
The 1.1 % to possibly 2% homosexual population
7
is over-represented as degreed, (63%) with 27%
masters and doctorates and 56% managers and 14% top managers. Homosexuals are hence highly
represented in positions of academic power, employment., authority and wealth.
100%
90%
80%
10%
60 'A.
60%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Fi re 3: Advocate Profile Characteristics
Homosexual 2 People LIve No Child In
Liv",s Alone In House Home
College
Graduates
Master·s Managers Top Managers
Doclorate Professionals
Figure 3, illustrates other representative features of The Advocate readership. High education,
income, and employment define this group, especially relative to U.S. Census figures on income
shown. The lowest cite for homosexual income in Dallas, Texas is $29,000, still $16,713 higher
than the Census reports for the average heterosexual earner in 1988.
Section 1Il: Demographic Profiles
$50,000
$46,000
~ , O O O
$35,000
$30,000
$25,000
$20,000
$15,000
$10,000
$5,000
$0
Fi re 4: Homosexual Income Bv Ma'or Citv *
$46,700
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Boston New York Philadel Chicago Dallas Houston San Fran los National
Angeles Gay
"(Source Simmons 3/88) The Markt!lt!T compared lD U,S. Census dala cited in The A dvoctlie consumer edition.
Exclusive, "gay only" cruise lines are a common Advocate theme. The Washingtonian seldom
includes cruise travel-and never "exclusive cruise ships" for heterosexuals only. The following
sample ads typify heterosexual and homosexual travel ads.
Washingtonian Travel Advertisement
LEGACY OF WILLIAMSBURG TAVERN-"An 18th Century style Bed & Breakfast Inn", Authentic
18th Century furnishings, ambiance, canopy beds, private baths, fireplaces, bikes, walking distance, full
breakfast. Westminster Inn ... Beautiful 13 room inn, each with queen size bed and Jacuzzi. Buffel
breakfast at your door each morning. Enjoy local charm and find dining. Health club (on premises). Only
45 minutes from Beltway. Mid Week packages available ... Palmer County Manor at Monticello. A
country estate on 180 wooded acres. Private cottages feature a Ig. living area with color TV, flleplace, full
bath & deck. Golf, swimming, fishing, hiking, ballooning, wine tasting, biking, whitewater rafting and
fine dining.
8
The Advocate Travel Advertisement
TRiANGLE INN: Spend a few romantic nights in someone else's bed. Escape ... within the
privacy of our beautifully landscaped and gated grounds ... AlI just steps from a sparkling pool and
soothing spa ... where swim suits are optional. A private resort for men ... offering all the amenities
you deserve .. 1NTRiGUE: nude sunbathing, Sparking pool & spa ... New gymnasium, large
spa ... secluded rooftop sun deck, video players, superb film library, etc.
9
"The Only Resort You Can Call Your Owo ... Atlantis, Club Med, Sonora Bay ... Gay Vacations ,.Caribbean
Cruise ... Camival Cruise ... Ecstasy, Fantasy ... ", Bahamas Cruise ... Jamaica Ultimate All Inclusive,
Hedonism II Jamaica, Uninhibited" "Euro Luxe Cruise ... Staffed By Those Who Know" 10 (June 30, 1992).
Ad Usage
Advertising success is calculated by its ability to change or encourage continued conduct, to have
people purchase the product advertised. Marketing data considers homosexuals unusually
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responsive to advertising lure, and as actively purchasing services and products advertised for their
needs:
Gays and lesbians have responded at a higher rate than the general pubLic, says Lori Fein,
business development mana$fer for Simmons Market Research Group in New York Clry. which
has conducted surveys of the consumption habits of the readers of The Advocate. Simmons'
return rate for mail surveys of gays and lesbians often exceeds 50%, meaning that gays and
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es /ans are a very responsive group. s e says.
l<'j re 5: The Advocate Product Usa e
100%
804%
10%
80%
70%
'0%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10''''
0%
Will Try Used Told
Produ ct, Product. Others
Service Service To Use
Used lor
Leisure
A. c IIv Ity
Used
Mall
P rodu ct.
Sarv ice
The Advocate April 20, 1993 issue reported that "Simmons discovered that 91. 8% of our readers
are likely to purchase a product or service advertised in our publications." "Gay Market Muscle,"
the Nah'onal Gay Newspaper Guild's profile of the typical male homosexual reads:
FLEX YOUR AD DOLLARS:
5.4 times more likely to give distilled liquor as a gift;
5.6 times more likely to have traveled to Europe in the past 3 years;
8 times more likely to use their Platinum American Express Card;
6.1 times more likely to engage in regular exercise at a private dub.
12
Market research finds that 94% of all The Advocate readers believe in its advertisements, products
and/or "services." The most advertised of The Advocate products and services are The Advocate
Classified par1ncr solicitations. We can infer that such advertisements are representative of
resulting approvals and actiDns by The Advocate readership.
Section ill: Demographic Profiles
Fi re 6: The Advocate Attitude To ISO Advertisin
100%
90·4
80%
70%
60%
60%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
94%
Believes in Ads and
Services
Total ISO Use Always Read
23
Sometimes Read
With a readership at 215,000 per issue, Simmons Market Research found "94% of the readers are
likely to try products and services they see advertised",13 77% of The Advocate readers always or
sometimes read the ISO advertisements in the Section B Classifieds Sex and Partner Ads and 48%
always read the Classifieds ads:
SUMMARlJ>\····
The marketing industry relies on vital statistics such as age, sex, race, education, location, income,
marital status, children in the home, religious and political ties to provide a demographic and
psychographic "picture" of the target population. This work sought The Advocate demographics to
help better understand part of the population under review. This Section touched part of the
marketing demographic and psychographic data available on the male homosexual population.
The data suggests The Advocate ISO are representative of its white, urban, upscale male
readership and possibly the larger homosexual population.
SECTION ENDNOTES
'The Advocate is the nation's gay and lesbian news magazine, available on library shelves and even purchased by
the blue shirt and briefcase crowd .... much of the magazine's material is main line, if not straight line [stacked I with
Time and US. News" (Cincinnati, Mpril 1993, pp. 27-28) "the only national gay newsmagazine" (Randy Shilts in
And the Band Played On).
2 As The Advocate has a 100,000 run and the Classifieds 70,000, the majority of users were retained post the
pornography split. A subscription to The Advocate Classified costs $19.95/year. The main The Advocate magazine
is $54/year, although one sales promotion offered both publications for $49.95/year. Formerly, The Advocate
(including the pullout sex ads section) was generally available in promotions for $35. (May 1993, Personal
telephone discussion with Advocate Classified Los Angeles sales representative.)
J Circa: January 1992.
4 See especially market research materials such as Simmons Research, Mediamark Research Inc., both in New York,
and especially Philip Kotler, Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning. and Control, (New Jersey, Prentice
Hall; Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1967 to 1988) and Richard Winctt.In/onnation and Behavior: Systems o/Influence,
(Lawrence Erlbaurn; Hillsdale, NJ, 1986).
Section III: Demographic Profiles
24
5 Hunter, John, a travel writer and reporter for The Adovcafe, wrott: in his early travel book., The Gay IM.der (1972) "To be invormed of
the oulrage:< as weI! as advances, the opportunities as well as affronts., which Gays cxpcnL"IlCe . one -.an tum only (0 the Gay press, ... Every
Gay in America should subscribe to The Advoca/e and Gay [folded] and 10 a regional newspaper.1lld maga:Line. ~
6 Knight, Robert (June 1992). "Sexual Disorientation: Faulty Research 1/1 the Homosexual Dahate" Family Research
Council.
7 Ibid
8 Washingtonian, August 1992, p. 183.
9 The Advocate, April 20, 1993, p. 75. Note that a "fjbn library" may be fairly translated as an extensive gay
pornography fibn collection.
10 The Advocate, June 30, 1992.
II The Advocate, April 20, 1993, pp. 42-44.
12 Id, p. 33.
I) July 2, 1993 publicity letter from Kristin Hanna, The Advocate's National Advertising Manager, Liberation
Publications, Inc.
Section IV: Research Findings 24
SECTION IV
RESEARCH FINDINGS
Variance in scientific measurement is a certainty due to the principles of randomness and random
error in measurement. The question is not "do the two groups differ?", but rather, "are measured
differences between the two populations "statistically significant" so as to rule out randomness as a
viable explanation of the condition? In this case, a t·test and Chi Square show significant
dlfferences exist between the two groups. The statistical tests for significance do not indicate the
cause of the difference, but rather, that the variance measured was likely a result of random error
(within a level of confidence, in this case .005). The reasons for the observed differences must
therefore be explained by other means.
In addition to data collection on specified partner solicitation characteristics and outcomes sought,
descriptive data were gathered. Some contextual findings are presented below (number of pages,
articles, advertisements by type). However the fundamental tool for analysis remained the "In·
Search·Of' (ISO) advertisement for partners; whether seeking women as in the case of
Washingtonian readers, or seeking males as in the case of The Advocate readers. The sample
picture of those who made up the data sets producing the ISO advertisemencs are summarized in
the following Figures. A total of 10,292 male solicitations are represented: 2,885 Washingtonians
and 7,401 Advocates. Both samples denote a random sample of their total popUlations over the 5·
year period of 1988 to 1992.
12000
10292
10000
8000 74lJ7
6000
4000
2000
o
The WashingtooJan The Advocate Total Sample Populatioo
Section IV: Research Findings
Fi
9000
7000
I Iii! Washingtonian • AdYoclite
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
2588
Av. Magllzlna Pages P.r
Issue
6S2
233
Av. ISO's Ads Pu Issue
Language
25
7407
Total ISO Advenlsers
The data set reveals that differences between the two samples on "language" were significant on
two basic counts: usage and meaning. The examples below illustrates a "language within a
language" being used in The Advocate ISO's. The Advocate language required decoding for
interpretation. Only then could it be adequately compared and contrasted with the ISO's of the
Washingtonian. The regular The Advocate adviser and author, Pat Califia, explained some of The
Advocate coding in her 1993 reply to a reader's letter:
New abbreviations appear all the time, but I can explain what some of the morc cornmon
ones might mean to some people. BB means bodybuilder (or ballbusterJ, IT is tit torture,
C&BT is cock-and-ball torture, FF is fist fucking [hand-anus "sex"l. VIA is verbal abuse,
VIC means uncut (uncircumcised penis], Fr means oral sex (French), Or means anal sex
(Greek), AlP means either active or passive lPenetrate another man or be penetrated
anally], SS means safe sex:, Out only means they will only visit you at your place, In only
means they see clients onJy at their own places, MIF means they see both males and
females, SIM means sadomasochism, and so does Lthl' (leather)." (The Advocate, Pat
Califia, Sex Adviser, March 23,1993).1
Language constructs would normally be a reasonable area of general comparison. However, in this
study the language characteristics of The Washingtonian versus The Advocate solicitation differed
so radically that comparison became immediately dependent on decoded meaning and phrase intent.
The Queens' Vernacular (see Appendix A) served as the tool for The Advocate translation to
English meaning. Examples of solicitation advertisement below illustrate the differences between
ISOs. The solicitor's phone numbers and addresses have been expunged from the original
advertisements .
Section TV: Research Findings
Heterosexual ISO
(August 1992, Page 189)
A LffiERAL DWM-I'm an intelligent, slender 6'2", 190, age 57 government analyst,
youthful, nonsmoker with many interests including music (especially classical) and
worthy causes ISO a youthful. slender (WIder 129 pounds) woman, under 50,
nonsmoker for possible marriage. Photo helpful (and returned) ISO 116-892
Washington (August 1992, : 189)
ACTIVE DWM-ISO partner [or tandem biking. Petite, attractive 40's lady to share
exercise and fun. PO Box -, ----, MD, 20737
Homosexual ISO's
(March 24, 1992, Page 5)
SPANKING!
Dad, 47, offers bare bottom discipline and attention to naughty guys (IS-?) Write: CB
PO Box -, --, MA 02139-0722, Phone # a +.
(June 30, 1992, Page 133)
Ted: Silverlake leather lop. Safe, sane, sexy, sensitive, sensual, professional *Pain or
none* padded S & M bondage playroom sling rack hoods gags whips ropes 35 dildos
FF, TT, C&Btleather restraints**No VA* Mustache, 6', 160#, blue eyes, short bm hair,
38 body hair* $50ph, l2-8. $75 other times* Call only when you're rcady to come over
(---) -----
26
The sample list below include a few frequently used Advocate tenns, together with their basic
definitions using the Queens' Vernacular (QV);
Advocate Abbreviations
BID
SIM
Code Word
golden showers
Grk active
chicken hawk
chicken
sugar daddy
Tops (and/or) Bottoms
Model & Masseur (Jv1M)
Definition
"Bondage and Domination"
"SadolMasochism"
"Urinating onto the partner"
"The active pederast"
"Elderly man with voracious
appetite for young men."
"A young recruit. ... any boy
under the age of consent
heterosexual. fair of face and
unfamiliar with homosexuality."
"Older man who supports a younger lover."
"Active and passive" in anal sex acts
A male "prostitute"
The Queens' Vernacular (1972)
Section IV: Research Findings
27
Pa rtner Characteristics
A composite self description of the Washingtonian sample would be a single, white male, in his
30's, holding a professional job, who describes his hobbies, entertainment interests, and character
qualities, primarily looking for a relationship with one adult woman. A composite self-description
of The Advocate sample would be a single white man in his 20's, who describes himself as sexy,
masculine and primarily interested in short term sexual encounter with a younger male.
The following pictographs define basic demographic claims as to ages, marital, economic health
and professional status, as well as qualities desired in partners.
100"k
SO'k
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
9%
0.50%
Married Men
Fi re 3: Sexual Orientation Identified
II!!IWaShlngtonlan _Advocate
88%
0.50%
2.5% 3'k
.00% .69% 2%
Heterosexual Blsex.ual Homosexual Couples
Eighty-nine percent of Washingtonians report themselves as single (includes divorced and
widowed) heterosexual males. Roughly 9% are married, one "couple" sought a threesome, under
2.5% were self-identified as "gay" or bisexual-men seeking men.
2
More than ninety-four percent
of The Advocates report themselves as single homosexuals, 3% bisexual, 2% homosexual
"couples" seeking a third male for couple sex, while under 1 % identified themselves as straight or
"married. ,,3 Hence, 96% of Advocates were homosexual correlated with The 1994 Advocate
Survey of Sexuality with 97% of their respondents claiming to be homosexual and 3% bisexual.
4
Fi
I CI Washingtonian • Advocate
45%
45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0% 0.27%
0%
18+ 20+ 30+ 40+ 50+ 60+
Section IV: Research Findings
28
Of Washingtonians, &5% self-report their ages, compared to less than half (42%) of Advocates.
Of these two groups, 89% of Washingtonians report themselves as over thirty (30 +) and none
inelicate they are teenage males under 20 years seeking sexual partners. Under half (42%) of The
Advocates gave their ages and of these 17% claimed to be callow "18+" (code for underage boys
and teenagers), with 8% of the ISO seeking those age characteristics.
In this study, 54% of The Advocate sample gave their ages. Most of those giving an age were also
engaged in prostitution, hence they claimed to be in their 20s; 17% of the homosexual sample
claimed to be "18+", while The 1994 Advocate Sex Survey indicates that 15% of their respondents
were "15 years old" or younger.
Fi re 5: Character Qualities Described
80%.
1111 w ~ ~ h Inglo n I .. n • Ad vo ~ a 1 8
79%
10%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
SAnlltlv .. IntelllgAnt Humor Roma.ntlc Honest SA>ry
The Advocate ISO sector used few character words, and more physical words and sexual acts
than did Washingtonians. Of the 24% of Advocates who used words to define themselves beyond
their sexual endowments and desires, 79% reported themselves as sexy/sensuous, 8% intelligent,
6% honest, 3% sensitive, 2% romantic and none funny. Another characteristic of Advocates was
sadistic activity, in 1.329 (27%) of the total 7,407 Advocates.
5
There was little Washingtonian
data to compare on this issue except that less than just 1 % of Washingtonian men said they had
"dominant" personalities. Sixty-three percent of The Advocates versus 5% of Washingtonians
solicited prostitutes as partners.
Figure 6: Prostitution Solicitation in The AdllocaJe (1988-1992)
Section IV: Research Findings
29
1400 --+-Personal ISO ---*"-Totalln Search O((ISO)
1200
1000
BOO
600
400
...... ---...---
200
o + - - - - - - - ~ - - - - ~ ~ - - - - _ + - - - - - - ~ - - - - - - + _ - - - - - - ~ - - - - ~ ~ - - - - _ + - - - - - - ~
'88 '89 '90 '91 '92
ADVOCATES SELF-REPORT (1988-1992)
Section IV: Research Findings
---=---------------------------------------------------
30
Fi
70%
[awaShingtonian .Advocate
63%
&0%
50%
4Q"1o
30%
20%
10%
4%
0%
0%
Attractive Athletic Mac:ho/Mascu line Straight Look Military Look
Of the 58% of Washingtonians who reported physical attributes, 63% of those said they were
"attractive," 24% claimed to be athletic, 12% cited their slender fonn and 12% described
themselves in masculine
6
tenns. No Washingtonians reported a "smooth" body. While 57% of
Advocates reported a physical attribute of some type: 35% attractive and 17% macho fully 15%
indicated their physical attribute was their phallus size or particular sexual expertise. In comrast,
Washingtonians made essentially no reference to sexual outcomes, or desired size of the woman's
body parts. Among physical specifications, 38% of The Advocates (cumulative) and 15% at
minimwn, versus no Washingtonians, reported their phallic or other body part measures.
Fi
16%
15%
14%
12%
10%
8%
6%
4%
2%
0%
MHung" Length
I_Advocate
Width
I!iI Washingtonian I
"Cuf'
"Uncut"
ht
0%
Testes Butt
Section IV: Research Findings 31
Fi re 9: Professional Qualities Identified
70'10
I Ea Wil5hingtonians • Advocates
63%
80%
49%
30%
20%
10%
10%
1%
0% 0% 0%
0%
Post Grad Professional Dr. Medical Good Job Student Religious Prostitute
The two population identified different professional and moral characteristics. Washingtonians
stressed professional and financial dependability. 10% addressed religious beliefs or affiliation.
The general thcme of the Washingtonian centered on values, the most common being conunitment.
Few Advocates noted their financial and professional dependabilty, the most conunon professional
activity was prostitution/model (63%) and if the data includes "students" seeking pecuniary aid for
sex., prostitution-reached 66% Since the 10% "smooth" lSD's were not known to be likely boy
prostitutes until the analysis of The Queens' Vernacular, "smooth" men and boys were not
tabulated as either boys or prostitutes which may, therefore, undercount these categories.
4%
4%
3%
3%
2%
2%
1%
1%
0%
Smootb trade: impeccably groomed male prostitutes catering to the needs of the rich.
These youths are nurtured at being socially adept (and adaptable) with prominent
figures. Also see: model, trade." (The Queens' Vernacular, p. 185)
Fi re 10: STDs, AIDS, Health Attributes Identified
4%
I m Washingtonian • Advocate
2%
0.03% 0% '0.01% 0% 0.000/41.00%
2%
Excellent Good Health Poor Health I Am Clean Genital Condoms AJDS+++ AIDS-
Health Herpes Only
Section IV: Research Findings
32
Few Washingtonians or The Advocates addressed themselves to health questions. Of those who
did, 3% of Washingtonians and no The Advocates claimed to be in "excellent" health. Another
3% of Washingtonians and 4% of The Advocates claimed '"good" health, 12% of Washingtonians
and 1 % of Advocates identified themselves as or requested., non-smokers.
Few solicitors admitted to AIDS+ or as having any sexually transmitted diseases. Under 1 % of
Advocates admitted to being AIDS carriers In contrast, of The 1994 Advocate Survey of
Sexuality respondents (August 23, 1994) 13% admitted to having AIDS.
60
so
40
30
20
10
0
·BB
On the issue of "adolecents" infected with AIDS, The Advocate (March 24, 1992,
p. 41) included the following table--printed verbatim:
.. . '.' ... '.'<,'/,'.',"" Routes in -Ad oles'6e'Iits , ,
the Uruted"States i:: :: ;J?: ,'-,
....... ' .. .... . ......... ,........... " , ... . ' ....... .
.. ....... ..- .... ... . .. .
-_ .. .
51 %; .. '.-'.
-:',"/ . Y;an5fusign recepients · } ....... ··,22% , -
> .••.••..•. , ..•.•• : .•. .• , •. . -..._ .. ',' ' ,".-.:.:' :.··_'·.:.'.·--_ ·-.,·-•. :.i
M
H
· o-.s _e t
s
XU
_, ._... a ... l intra dtY.gysefs ·/ $%.... . ......... .... .
--,. ,.. -,- ... .. ,,}.:,- {S%""·:-:·::; .--
Figure 7: Dad/Child & "Virgin"
---...-Oad/Son ----+-- Vlrg In/ln n ace n t -----m-- Wa .. h In gto n Ian s
·99 '90 '9t '92
The ten sample magazines yielded 422 Advocates who self-reported as a "Dad" or "Son" seeking
or offering economic support. No Washingtonian's claimed to be "Dad" seeking a "daughter" or
Section IV: Research Findings
33
vice versa. Allied with these data, 43 Advocates said they were "Virgin/innocent". No
Washingtonian's similarly claimed to be or sought females who were, "Virgin/innocent".
50.00%
45.00",,-
40.00%
35.00%
30.00%
25.00%
20.00%
15.00%
10.00%
5.00%
0.00%
0.00% .j..---
Suk
Youths
"18+-
Fi
la .Advocates
s .. k
20"
s .. 1(
lO+
Saek
40+
Seek
SO ..
Of Washingtonians, 89% self-reported their ages and almost half sought a partner by age.
Washingtonian men primarily sought women in their 20's amI 30's, and 18% sought a woman
over forty. While 43% of Advocates gave their ages, 18% sought a partner in an age category in
which they were identified (20's), and 8% of these specifically asked for youths.
Figure 12: Personali Attributes Sou.eh1 in Partner
16%
14%
I -'-'-Advo"at .. s
17%
10%
6%
4%
2%

Inteiligenl Sen slli ..... Sexy Funny Honest Romantic Curious Fominin .. Domlant
Roughly 50% of Washingtonians used a personality adjective to describe the emotional,
psychological attributes they sought in a partner. In order to avoid "double-counting" coders were
instructed to code only the first, primary of these descriptors. The highest Washingtonian
personality feature was "intelligent," which rated above other attributes like "sensitive," "humor"
and "sexy." Advocates emphasized more what they had to offer than what they desired. Advocates
did not seek intelligence, sensitivity, humor, honesty, curiosity, romance, or femininity. The single
highest characteristic among Advocates was for "dominant" personalities.
14
Section IV: Research Findings
Figure 13: Opposite Physical Attributes Sought
---'-Washlngionlans HaveIWant ----..-..Advocates Have -+--Advoeate.s Want
16%
14%
12%
10%
8%
6%
4%
2%
0%
"Hung" Length Width Cut Uncut Testes Butt Condom "Buxom" Bust,
U s e ~ Only Waist, Hips
Washingtonians did not describe their body part sizes, nor did they seek such in women (bust,
waist, hips). In contrast., 40% of Advocates described their own body parts and sizes.
Phase III Findings: Partner Selection Outcomes
Outcomes sought, or objectives of the relationships, between the two samples differed significantly
and fundamentally. The Washingtonian solicitor collectively sought semi-permanent (friend over
time) to pennanent (marriage) companionship in their solicitations. The differences in outcomes
sought between the heterosexual and homosexual population was dramatic. This was a significant
finding for this research.
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0'10
98%
Short Sex Sought
Fi re 14: Partner Outcomes Ex eeted
I ED Washingtonians • Advocates
86%
3'10
2%
Men In & Seek Adultery Men Seek to Bond
49%
3%
Non Sex. Hobbies &
Interests Described
Most Washingtonians (86%) described their ISO's interests in terms of duration - being with a
partner over time, some form of bonding and commitment and no specific sex act was solicited.
Section IV: Research Findings 35
Sex outcomes were indicated by 13% of heterosexuals ISOs. The 49% of Washingtonians who
described themselves by their interests, their hobbies and activities, travel, art, camping, dancing,
etc. had no comparison in The Advocate. On the other hand, temporary sex, (seeking sex contact
with no reference to time or duration) was code{j for 98% of Advocates. Only 2% of Advocates
indicated a time-bound view of a relationsrup outcome and without Some reference to the
perfonnance of specific sex act.
45%
40'"
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
43%
2%
0% . w 1 i m l l l l l l 1 l l l l l l l l i m ~
Pornography
Fantasy Life
Fi re 15: Dissimilar, 0 Outcomes Sou ht
I mWashingtonlan .Adllocate
Fist.fucklng Feces w/sex Sadism/Torture
The Advocate advertisement language contains strong visual expression. Unless specifically state{j
as "no sex", most ads stated or implied oral and/or anal sodomy to be a corrunon anticipated sex
outcome. The 1994 Advocate Sex Survey reported 58% of their sample engaged in "insertive anal"
sodomy and 56% engaged in receptive anal sodomy (p. 22).
60%
50%
40%
30%
:20% 18%
10%
Reisman &
Johnson
Report
Fi re 16: Violent Sex - Com arative Research Findin s
SADISM & TORTURE
ALL DATA BELOW REFLECT RESEARCH ON
SADISM AS CONDUCT OF CHOICE
LBn&!" &
Kamal, Gay
Relationships
0.41%
Washingtonian
laos
1994 AdVocate
a&. Survey
(minimum)
55%
1984 Advocate
Sax Survey
(madlan)
This research found 18% of Advocates seelcing violent sex. Laner and Kamel found 15% of
Advocates seeking sadism. Where "sadism" is defined by humiliation and degradation, a high
Section IV: Research Findings
36
percentage of Advocate ISO's solicit or offer forms of violence, self abuse, abuse or mistreabnent
from or to others.
Use cA dildo
Three-way sex
Use 01 cock ring
Phone sex
Group sex
Bondage & Ilsdpllne
Use c:A nipple
Sada f
CctrrfII.ter sex
0% 10% 40"/0 50%
Percent v.f1o engaged In these acts in the last five
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
The 1994 Advocate Survey of Sexuality (August 23, 1994), (p. 21).
Fi re 18: Outcomes Sou ht over Time (Mama e, Children, Future)
86%
I ... Washingtonians • Advocates
3%
Men Seek Time-Bound
Relationship
49%
3%
M en Seek A Partner To
Share Non-Sexual
Interests, Hobbies, Life
55%
60%
86% of Washingtonian ISO's spoke in terms of establishing a relationship. Half of the
Washingtonian ISOs explained their interests in family life, in children, and in the kinds of sports,
food., music, dancing, books, and other nonsexual activities they enjoyed. No such equivalent data
existed in The Advocate ISOs7 sample.
SUMMARY
The two sample popUlations are divergent in the language of soliciting partners, both in
characteristics sought and outcomes expressed. A composite self-description of the heterosexual
sample would be of an affluent, single, white male in his 30's, holding a professional job, who
freely describes his hobbies and general interests, and who seeks an attractive white female in her
late 20's or 30's with ccrtain character traits (i.e., intelligent, sensitive, sense of humor), in order to
Section IV: Research Findings
37
have a time-bound companion. A composite self-description of The Advocate solicitor would be
an affluent, white male homosexual in his mid 20's, who does not describe his professional
attainments but who describes himself in terms of his sensuality, youthful age, body parts size,
and sexual acts, who is interested in locating younger males in with whom to have short-tenn
sexual encounters. 8
SECTION ENDNOTES
I Califia.. Pat, "The Advocate AdvIser," The Advocate, 23 May 1993, p. 7.
2 While their toWs are integrated into the whole data set it is hoped that in the future these two groups C3II be
isolated for data analysis purposes. Attempts will be made to discriminate between the generative and
nongenerative male population in empirical terms where appropriate.
3 At such nwnbers, roughly 700 males a year within this population would be potential seCTet AIDS vectors to the
female and generative population, or in a ten-year period, roughly 7000 such "bi" or "straight" potentially fatal
sexual vectors would be transmitting AIDS to heterosexu.al victims.
4 The Advocate, August 23, 1994, p. 19.
~ As coders tabulated only the "fIrst" primary category mentioned in the personality sector, any overlap (e.g .• a man
who said he is "sensitive, intelligent., and funny") is missed.
6 Some data were lost when several coders counted only men citing their actual heights. rather than, "tall", "lanky,"
etc.
7 Nor were such interests cited as part of the partnering activity in The 1994 Advocate Survey of Sexuality. That
study claims that 71 % of their readers "prefer long-term monogamous relationships", 87% saying they make "long
term corrurulments" and 80% saying they prefer love to sex, these claims are neither supported by the academic
homose)(U.!![ studies, nor by the Reisman-Johnson research findings, nor are they confumed by the definition of
"long term" provided by The 1994 Advocate Survey of Sexuality itself: ("a year or longer" with 52% engaging in
:ruch monogamy "in either their current or their last relationship," etc. p. 24).
Appendix A: The Queens' Vernacular
38
APPENDIX A
THE HOMOSEXUAL LEXICON
The 12,000 published words in The Queens' Vernacular are compared to the key findings of
2,885 heterosexual Washingtonians and 7,407 Advocate, The latter Advocates are oriented to
indiscriminate, condomless, sadistic sex with prostitutes and well endowed men and boys. The
latter, Washingtonians are oriented to bonding, time-bound, condomless relationships excluding
sadism, body dimensions or teenage girls. A test of the l2,000 word homosexual dictionary (Figure
1) yielded proofs of the most-to-least important "gay" words relevant to The Advocate seven
findings. These variables arc: 1) "chicken," sex with boys; 2) "fuck" 3) "cock" (phallic size and
use) 4) prostitution and 5) sadism. No words were found for intelligent, faithful, kind, or those
interested in nonsexual hobbies. The seven variable-"fit" appears below (Figure 2).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
PERCENT FREQUENCY QF ISQ SEVEN VARIABLES
Washingtonian The Advocate
ISO Man-boy/teen sex ("chicken, manfboy sex n 1) 0% 8 % (to 20% See 2J-YcarSlIJdy)
ISO Prostitution ("whore/mocielfhustJer,,)2 5% 63%
ISO Long term fidelity (v. "anonymous sex, fuck,,3) 87% 2%
ISO Body parts sex/phalJuslbust ("phallus, cock") 1% 22%
ISO Sadisrnlhumiliation ("sadism, slave to) 1% 27%
ISO Intelligence, smart ("intelligent, smart" 4) 16% 2%
ISO Nonsex interests ("nonsex interests"3 49% 3%
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
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FREQUENCY OF IMPORTANT WORDS IN THE 12,000 WORD (MALE) QUEENS'
VERNACULAR AS THEY RELATE TO
FREQUENCY OF SEVEN SOLICITATIONS AMONG 7,4lJ7 (MALE) ADVOCATES
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1. -chicken" 2. whore, 3. 4. phallus, 6. sadi6fTl. 6. intelligent. 7. nonsex
manlboy sex model, anonymous "cock" slave smart hobbies
huortler &el(, "tuck"
Figure 1
Webster And Rodgers" 12,000" Words
Rodgers, like Webster, spent years collecting the 12,000 words, which distinguish his groups'
orientation, its personhood, governance, thoughts and actions, from that which was the dominant
Appeodix A! The Qu.eens' Vernacular 39
culture. Webster's explanations of how language defInes a culture illuminated. the arguments of
the homosexual culture with supreme authority. Wisely, it seemed incumbent upon the authors to
present these excerpts for the readers careful consideration. Those who prefer to pass Webster by
are, of course, free to do so. He explained:
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As an independent nation, our honor requires us to have a system of our own, in
language as well as govemment ... on account of considerable differences between the
American and English language. New circumstances, new modes of life, new laws, new
ideas of various kinds give rise to new words ... Some new words are introduced in
America ... it is desirable that as far as the people have the same things and the same
ideas, the words to express them should remain the same .. A national language is a
hand of national union ... Let us ... establish a national language, as well as a national
govemmenr.
In her reprint of Webster's dictionary, Rosalie Slater adds that words like "govern," "government,"
"constitution," "fast-day," "republic," "democracy," and others reflect the uniqueness of the
American constitution, the American sprit. She properly points out, the nation's historical
"Christian founding." Webster clearly identified the role of a culture's unique, experientially
developed words-the language of a particular people--with that of that culture's government, its
laws and public policies.
{Our nation} included a new vocabulary directly related to the American philosophy of
govemment. The Christian concept of individual liberty and property established under
the United States Conslilution had produced, for the first time in history, unlimited
opportunity for every man and woman. An explosion of interest and exploration in
every field occurred and invention and the arts flourished. Every man needed to know
everything and thus a literary, Johnsonian type of dictionary was not sufficient for an
American. New terms in science, industry and commerce were multiplying daily, and
these were Significant in a country where men were independent and masters of their
own persons and Lords of their own soil ... The authority of individuals is always liable
to be called in queslion--but the unanimous consent of a nation ... a language, coeval
and co-extensive with it, are like the common laws of a lane!. (emphasis added)
It is fair to say that the 12,000 words of the homosexual lexicon support Webster's argwnent-- that
language grows among the common people, and that it is the common language which most
accurately describes that groups' belief, their conduct, their hopes, dreams and aspirations. Just as
America was grounded in its "new vocabulary directly related to the American philosophy of
government...[t]he Christian concept of individual liberty and property established under the
Constitution," homosexual governance is grounded in its "new vocabulary directly related to the
[homosexual] philosophy of government. The [homosexual] concept of individual liberty and
property established under the {homosexual] constitution."
Excerpts from the 1972 "homosexual constitution" ("The Gay Rights Platform") are included at
the end of this Appendix. The "Gay Rights" constitution, should be studied and its "fit" compared
to the present critique of the homosexual philosophy of government, liberty and property, (ie:
family, love, law, crime, and the like) expressed in the new homosexual language.
Selected Listings of Tlte Queens' Vernacular
While the sample set of words below, are not exhaustive of the 12,000 Vernacular entries, they are
taxonomic, prototypically expressive of the totality of homosexual "bodily experience" as Gorney
Appendix A: The Queens' Vernacular 40
(1972) pointed out. It is also expressive of a bias as Krippendorff cited (1980), and a
microcultural analysis according to Birdwhistell (1969). This reflect<;, argues Rueda (1982) the
"religious" beliefs of homosexual words and views of key classes, such as: "Woman," "Children,"
"Men." chosen. All the words in Figure 3 reference sex with boys, including "chicken" boys for
sexual consumption.
SAMPLE BOY SEX CITES
Chicken: a young recruit; any boy under the age of consent, heterosexual, fair of face,
and unfamiliar with homosexuality.
Freshly killed: [butchered] recently introduced to ass-fucking. "See how bowlegged
that chicken fyoW\g boy] walks-looks like he was freshly killed in the hayloft." Pluck
some feathers; rip off a drumstick; skin some chicken.
Head and heels: describing physical allurement despite extreme youth., but too young
or small to know what to do in bed: he must be helped by someone more experienced
who will clasp the boy by his head and heels to lift him onto the cock.
Jail tail: any boy below the age of consent which whom sex merits a stretch in the pen.
Egg: a male child too young to be sexually developed and therefore considered neuter.
.IJI11: bibette; peepee meat; yo-yo. Related terms: egg-Sllcker-a cradle robber; man who
likes very young boys. Syn: peepee 10ver ... "Anything older than ten is over the hill to
a peepee lover" ... ready to crack [hatch] open said of a boyan the verge of puberty;
baby butch; boyish; adolescent lesbian. Syn: camper; camp truck; dinky dyke; semi-
diesel; cupcakes small but rounded buttocks, most temptingly found on narrow hipped
boys. syn: English Muffins; hone rolls; hot cross buns: rounders". Ask that kid with
the rounders ifhe'd be interested in joining in an ancient Greek initiation rite."
Bait: attractive, young male in league with the police or criminal element to entrap
homosexuals into perfonning an act of sex in a public place. "Be careful of that
tearoom, there's usually some bait positioned around the throne-room."
Benny house hordell£): featuring young boys for its homosexual customers. Syn: boy's
smoking house; fag factory, flower house ... tad (boy) ... sugar loaf; a kept boy; sugar
babe. talent; young, attractive boys; talent scout person recruiting what he considers
prOmising young boys
Peter Pan: 1. superboYi 2. Young hustler who charges an ann and leg for fucking; 3. a
winsome boy hired to act as bait to entrap prominent homosexuals. syn: worm for the
hook.
Poultry dealer; man who pimps boys to interested homosexuals. ex. pluck some
feathers to make love with a yoW\g boy, especially anally. syn: rip off a drumstick;
skin some chicken (to force a boy to come across); chicken dinner; chicken looking;
chicken-little; pig meat; chicken feed; boy-eater; quail. [Also see] wagette wag=little
boy's penis.
Professional guest: 1. kept boy who doesn't put out for his host; syn: fresh fruit; freshly
butchered; freshly killed; fresh meat; fresh one; fresh piece; fried chicken fucking boy;
gay lad; gay milk bar; half-boy; kept boy; rent boy; roundeye (if the lad is still a
virgin, anally, he is called a kewpie doll); punk; gal-boy, girl-boy, green boy. kid,
pussy boy, sex boy, youngster to be active in force-fucking; to emasculate another man
figuratively, etc. little praising a young, firm body, "J did this hitchhiker I picked up--
he sure was a cute, little, tight thing"
Sexieenager; young man who tries out homosexuality, see chicken. syn: come-on boy;
decoy[erJ; fairy hawk": ... angel with a dirty face; babette; baby; baby buggy; baby
butch; baby Crockett; baby discovers; baby paste; baggage-boy; bait; bait the
hook, .. barbie dogs; young action; young enough to get under the gate
... youngster...young stuff; youthos.
Appendix A: The Queens' VeTnacular
SAMPLE "CHICKEN" & OTHr.:R BOY SEX CITES (CONTD.)
Youth Worker: beauty; precious; punkie; puppy fresh; rusUer; butchered chicken; peach
fuzz; peeper; favm; lifesaver; missy; dinner; young stuff; sweet thing; fried chicken;
peep·peep; lender; babette; fragile number; quail; brunster queer pup; bud chit; token
chicken fresh
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SAMPLE DEFINITIONS OF "WOMAN"
Woman: Mature, adult homosexual man. ex: "Only thing I read in that SM bar was a
chapter of "Little Women!" '''The old woman just got fucked" etc. [referring to a man].
"Woman's Home Companion" (Dildo): artificial cock·like implement of plastic, hard
rubber, etc. Used by women for sex and by queens for many pwposes.
Whore: numerous gradations, definitions and uses. Samples: whore; whore do;
whorehouse; whorell; who repatro I; whore's color; whore's diamond; whore's match;
whore's milk; whore's ovaries; whore's pneumonia; whore woman; whore you;
whoring clothes; whoring days; whore's she; working girl; act like a lady; actress,
witch; aging actress; alley queen; amyl queen, etc.
Women's names used for and by Men (usually derogatory): Abigail, Aggie, Agnes,
Alice, Alice Blue Gown, Alice Blues, Alice May, Amanda, Angelina, Angelian
sorority - through the alphabet; Zelda Gooch: "Well Zelda Gooch, I hate to watch
and run .. ."
Miss: (54 Citations, ex): 1. miss another homosexual "Isn't that the miss who traveled
through New York on her looks? 2. title preceding first or last name of a man ascribed
as being gay. 3. also employed in numerous nicknames spoofing triumphant contest
winners (Miss Universe, Miss Idaho, etc.) [and] Miss Ann, Claudette Crowbar, Miss
dish, Miss Gooch. Miss Gunch. Miss Gray, Miss Elizabitch; forlorn faggot; Miss
Halloween, Miss Vegetable, Miss Niagra, Miss Nickelodeon, Miss Man, Miss Mafia,
Miss Priss, etc.
Purse: any container carried by a man; briefcases, lunch buckets, manila envelopes,
wallets.
Pussy: I) woman's sex organ, by extension any female; 2) mouth or anus of a
homosexual; 3) man's crotch; 4) male homosexual.
Sea.cow: girl with a sailor boyfriend. syn: pig-female competition.
Skin Queen: One who regards his sex partners as objects rather than people; a gay
sexist.
Skirt: man's trousers.
Supreme toad: any withered., spiteful granny.
Tilty (regarding birth): Sexual intercourse with a female, "Wanna get some titty. sailor?
We'll tell you how to get to the maternity hospital .... or MUNG: Fantastically gory
fantasy or hitting a pregnant woman in the stomach with a baseball bal."
Toosh: Sex organ of a woman.
Window Queen: homosexual who has a passion for collecting material possessions.
Window Lady: snob who tells others how to conduct themselves properly; toad hag;
homely girl; "dog".
Ahort: To shit soon after being ass-fucked ... Oooh, I'm in love with my abonionistl"
Actress: homosexual character who hogs the limelight--egocenLric but the life of the
party as well; syn star.
Bearded Lady: any homosexual who has a beard.
Belle: 1) another homosexual; 2) big woman; 3) a very effeminate man; 4) tall man.
I (Woman, Continued)
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Big Bertha: gay nickname for any tall. heavy set man, especially if effeminate.
Bitch jJ up: 1) eat pussy 2) to be heterosexual (said of men).
Booh/ieJs: Prominenl female breasts worn benea.th a drag queen's gown to give the
appearance of a bosom. syn: barbells (usually said of a young girl's breasts); bazooms;
ubes; jugs; knockers; maracas; melons; memories; milk cans [wagonsl: mollies;
piggies (rubbery, sloppy breasts of an obese woman).
Juicy Sewer: nickname bestowed upon a woman.
Madame: mature homosexual.
SAMPLE DEFINITIONS FOR "MAN"
(No listing for "Man". There is no definition for "Man" and a few for males. Most of
the definitions cited above for woman, are definitions of man.)
Pig-suck: homosexual man who has turned to women; hence any man who is interested
in women.
Pupil: latent homosexual who associates with gays to [earn and experience more than
what books have to offer. syn: tea.cher's pel.
Social Worker: homosexual who cruises the welfare lines ... [heipingj cute
Towners ... (to) his bedroom.
Treasure: latent homosexual.
Youth Worker: a "chicken hawk".
Punts: "Punts think that marriage is a wonderful institution. I personally don', care to
spend the rest of my life in an institution"; pussy pusher.
Shak£ Norma (Nonna = heterosexual): to abandon heterosexuality for homosexuality;
to squelch a heterosexual past in favor of homoerotic ambitions.
Sit On A Gold Mine: Use of beauteous heterosexuals and financially unused gays.
"Man oh man! What buns Joey's got-that kid's just sittin' on a gold mine."
Turnout: one who comes out of an all-male institution gay. "A Navy turnout is one
who went in heterosexual but came out dreaming ofpecker."
Pimp: a heterosexual woman's legally married spouse.
Our Miss Brooks: male homosexual teacher.
Queer: heterosexual; from the reverse reasoning that "we're not the queer ones; they
are!"
Man: "man-eater, manfiora, manhole, manhole cover".
"what gay men really desire is not another gay man, it's a straight maI'L .. ,,10
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SAMPLE DEFINITIONS FOR "FAMILY"
Absent .from words relating to "Marriage" are any words implyingjidelity
(also, there was no listing/or fidelity) or permanence.
Mother: homosexual menlor; one who inlroduced another homosexual activity. Syn:
gay mother; guide; guiding light; mother hen.
Ma: "a fuddy-duddy spoil sport "Shit, Ma .. .is going to tell all the chickens to go home
just because it's nine o'clock."
Mama: a person who assumes the wifely position in a gay marriage. "Mama got only
one cavity - and that's where the dentist fucked her!"
Mama Bear: a hairy chested queen queen mother; homosexual's actual father "Didn't
the queen mother ever slip you any Mother-Goose-me rhymes?; adult who gives a
latent homosexual his first glimpse of what it's all about."
Sugar Mama: lesbian who plays up her femininicy
Wife: submissive homosexual who assumes the "feminine" responsibilities in a
homophilic partnership. ex: play with a chick's meat; to flirt with a girl's boy friend
or husband, particularly within her presence; to seduce him into a homosexual
relationshi p.
Sister: 1) homosexual who is a close confidant to another. He will share anything but
his bed with friends. A sister is sexually neutral with his comrades; he is a chum, not
a lover. Sisters are in the same business, but only as competition; 2) male homosexual
befriended by lesbians.
Sister Act: 1) Any skit acted out between two gays; 2) coitus between a gay boy and a
straight woman.
Sister in Distress: homosexual marked for lrouble with either police or young toughs
Sister in Law: whore working for the same pimp, another homofilly living under the
same stable. One borrows sugar from a sister-in-law, but never sex.
Brother: Ilmnish lesbian, befriended by homosexuals.
Brother Girl: dyke.
Family Member Terms: aunt; auntie; auntie queen; Aunt Marne; Aunt Mathilda
Married: living together with another homosexual in a partnership of mutual consent
"Barney got married last night--which bar was it in this week?" "Oops! Something
clever just walked into the tearoom [public toilet]". "Pardon me while I get married."
Front Marriage: sociaJ or economical marriage of convenience in which one or both of
the partners are homosexual. Most commonly used as a cover device by famous
celebrities. "
Mixed Marriage: marriage between homosexual and a heterosexual "That's one mixed
marriage I hope won't work oUl-the groom was kinda cute."
Affair: 1). Illicit extracurricular relationship. Among gay die-hard romantics. the word
carries the strength of three months. To the majority however, the word often
represents five minutes in the bushes; 2.) One's current lover of Wlcertain duration.
Question: "How old did you feel my affair was?: Answer: 'Probably much less."
Widowed Aunt: well-to-do homosexual who survives his late lover(s).
"Familv" applies after reading the folluwing in full
Rog Any: woman representing a threat to a gay boy; pimp-a heterosexual woman's
legally married spouse, extended to mean common-law husband.
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(Family, Continued)
Oneself: the first person singular though used in the third person. "'Mama got only one
cavity-and that's wbere the dentist fucked ber!"; "Oh my; holy Hanna! That
burger's green and ta.1k.ing!"
Rear: the posterior. Sometimes used in puns dealing with anal intercourse: "Ever hear
aboutthe little Greek boy who ran away from home? He didn 'f like the way hisfather
was rearing him. "
SAMPLE DEFINITIONS FOR LoVE
Quickie: (many obvious citations)
L(We [lovey, luvJ: half-hearted endearment "Don't leave me, love, who'll be here to
push the bed away from the wall". lovie
Love Bugs: crabs, lice.
Love Bunny: sadism.
Love Buns: "ass".
Love Envelope: condom.
Love Feast: a "pig pile" or homosexual orgy.
Love Handles: fleshy sides of the waist.
Love Juice: semen.
LO'Ve Lice: crabs, YD.
Love Tap: romantic slapstick.
Lover: 1) one's friend in all senses-social, sexual, etc; sweetheart Are you two lovers--
even though you're preying together? chain = boy taking female role dolly pal; 2)
keep quietlover, you're better sex that way. 3.) lovely.
Loving Rooms: houses of prostitution.
Take Out Insurance: to travel with another for safety; two people cruising in order to
attract a three-or even a four-way.
Take One's Bed: to sleep with another man's husband.
SAMPLE DEFINITIONS FOR ARMED FORCES
The air force: the newest branch of the military arts, produced only one term for its
men; angel food ... Evidently there's not enough to go around. (pp_ 23-23). [all italic
emphasis added).
An impecunious young sailor, bored and restive, will sell himself ... if he sells only his
penis, he is a salt-seller, shore dinner or tuna .. .1obster pOL..[who will] sell is ass to
those wanting to bait the hook ...
The Navy, on the other wrist, is fantasized as full of young, doll-like boys who have
signed up at seventeen [chickens-of-the-sea, gobettes, and yeomanettes]; when out to
sea, boredom is reljeved by boring a bud ... and playing drop {pick up] the soap ... runa
tins ... squid lids ... continue to set gay hearts and else throbbing.
Sailors in general: are known as seafood ... or luimas ... short order shrimp ... salt in their
diel..salt-water taffy (a sailor's cock) ... rn'3.llowing the gob's goobers.
A typical sailor queen: may attempt naval combat (to fuck a sailor). If the sailor is gay,
he is aggie ... blueberry pie ... Neptune's daughter ... a piece of Navy cake, sea pussy,
squib ..
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(AI'med Fol'ces, Continued)
A Wave ... if his homosexual tendencies have surfaced while he sails for his country, he
has acquired a service-COlUlected disability ... do it Navy stylc ... enjoy a sailor's cup of
tea ... on deck duty ... sing the sailor songbook (make appropriate sound effects).
Armed Forces: soldiers are keenly eyed by gays but should be avoided as indicated by
the term.
Army Style: beating after the act.
Miss USO: any serviceman
Dog Food: boys in the barracks
Khaki Pussy; government-inspected meat. "They gave a medal to that khaki pussy for
killing men, but they gave me a dishonorable discharge for kissing one." A young
soldier; provides comfort for the troops.
CampfU'e gi1'ls: a squadron of soldiers.
Girl Scout: one lonely soldier.
Masculinity: The Marine's overemphatic version of masculinity is an object of gay
derision. "Sucking is better than fucking--hmmm, must be a Marine!"
Marionettes: reducing their drill to a Radio City Music Hall dance formation; military
mary-annes; murdering butches; a killer queen.
SAMPLE DEFINITIONS FOR SADISM
Redefined as S & M (Sado Masochism)
Play God: to carry out an SM fantasy to death, literally.
Topped: literally, banged, then extended to death by any means
S and M (Sadism and Masochism): sexual pleasure derived from feLishes, pain,
torture, domination, etc. The forms of SM range from very mild fantasies (wearing of
uniforms, for example) all the way to heavy extremes. syn: said-masie fmazzy].
Band D (Bondage and Domination): sexual excitement related to binding and/or
being bound in various positions with different types of binders (rope, handcuffs,
leather thongs, etc). Forcing to perform and/or performing a variety of demeaning
and contemptible actions for sexual satisfaction.
Bedroom Leathet': shiny, fastidiously kept leather used primarily as a sexual front
Blue Velvets: entire leather outfit.
Bondage Queen: one receiving erotidmasochistic gratification through the practice of
being tied up, humiliated, and then raped.
Brown Leather: newcomer to the leather crowd because he doesn't know what color to
wear (black leather is "in") . .IJI11: white leather lopped literally, hanged, then extended
to death by any means.
Chapel: torture room equipped with implements of fun and games; a chamber of
"horrors" filled with toys; Syn: game room, playhouse.
Concuhine: new recruit to SM practices who is bottoms linsertedJ.
Cowboy: overassertion of masculinity, usually in SM bars. Cowboys are desired by
SM'ers. but the reverse may not necessarily hold pee-water.
F1ade Fzend(freak queen]: one who enjoys whipping or being whipped.
Toys: sexual instruments of fun and pain (cock rings, cat-o-nines. handcuffs, leather
gags, prick stretchers. whips, etc).
Fladge Party: sadomasochistic romance with the passive partner being sweet-talked
with whiplashes. .ryn: flag party r session].
Fluff all other gays as contemptuously viewed by SM'ers. syn: fluJIy sweater, twinkle
toes.
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(Sadism, Continued)
Fucking Buddies: two who are not lovers cruising together for threesomes, etc.
Garage Queen: a closet case leather queen.
Glass Booties: leather boots.
GSQ (Golden Shower Queen): one who digs being pissed on, elc.
PF: piss freak.
PF Flyer: the fetisistic wearing of leather is a subbranch of SM.
Love Bunny: someone who cuddles with an SM'er
M: masochist, master.
Mary Motorcycle: male homosexual whose sacred calf is a leather-upholstered
motorcycle. syn: Motorcycle Mary; Master; Slaver.
Milk: to pinch the nipples severely and fasten pinching devices, such as clothespins, to
them.
OD's: olive drab people on the other side; gay non SM'ers.
PLay Games; to recreate (sadistic] fantasies.
SLave (queen]: slavist.
Sleeper: plain gold ear hoop.
Take It Anyway: open to all varieties of sex aggression; specialize; take it one way.
War [Show] Keys: to display keys as a sex symbol; traditionally keys worn on the left ==
sadist; right = masochist; in the middJe of the back = open to suggestion. This code
key varies everywhere.
Whipper Snapper: sadistic whip wielder. syn: Wanda Welt
SECTION ENDNOTES
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1 See the 2 I-year study which found a major traffic in boys, as these data reflected the years before the law clamped
down on child solicitation, beginning in 1977 with the Criminal Justice Sulx:onunittee Hearings on "Sale of
Children in Interstate and Foreign Commerce, the Protection of Children Against Sexual Exploitation hearings in
1983, followed by various hearings and Acts to protect children in 1981,1984, 1985, 1986 and fmally in 1988.
2 See main report for discussion of "models" as prostitutes, supported by these defmitions.
J No words for monogamy, or fidelity appeared, hence the category relating to the normal fidelity variable would be
solicitation for anonymous sodomy.
"Smart" is cited in the dictionary as an effect: "smartly styled, elegant, fashionable. Sarcastically used of disasters,
mismanagement's and items of unimportance from the speaker's viewpoint...free form adjective used .... "show us
where we are on the smart map."
5 See the defmitions in The for ''nonsex fun", such as words describing ones interest in camping, singing,
art, dance, reading, and the like. These words are not found in the classified solicitations.
6 It is difficult not to reprint much of Webster's remarks here for, he said as well, "For America in her infancy to
adopt the present lTUlXimS of the old world., would be to stamp the wrinkles of decrepi t age upon the bloom of youth
and to plant the seeds of decay in a vigorous constitution." (: 18)
1 Slater, Rosalie J. (1967) NoaA Wehner's First EdiJion of An Dictionary of the English Language,
(San francisco, CA: Foundation for American Christian Education), pps. 17, 18,23, 24, 25, 26.
8 Ibid. "Europe is grown old in folly, corruption and tyranny-in that country laws are perverted, manners are
licentious, literature is declining and human nature debased", pps. II, 17,23-26.
9 Ibid .. As noted above, this "dictionary of homophile cant" (p. 10) is unapologetically cited by the homosexual
literature as an accurate reflection of homosexual life, even including the highly lauded, The Joy of Gay Sex, (p.
234, 1977) by Dr. Charles.
10 Smith, Joan, "Deviant and Proud ofIl," San Francisco Examiner, 25 April 1993.
Appendix B: 26 Top HomosexuaJ V. Heterosexual Monthly And Bimonthly Magazines 47
APPENDIX B
TOP HOMOSEXUAL AND HETEROSEXUAL MAGAZINES
SPARTACUS '92/'9) lists 26 top selling homosexual monthly and bimonthly magazines. Of these
26 titles, 12% (3/26) to 15% (4/46) are "normal" magazines which largely exclude text and
pictorial pornography: The Advocate, a pornography title fOT 25 years recently jettisoned its
pictorial pornography into The Advocate Classifieds; Christopher Street publishes text
pornography; Our W o r l d ~ a travel guide, advertises "gay" Thailand excursions (which Spar/acus
defmes as the center of boy prostitution); and, Genre is a "gay version of Esquire or GQ.". A
romparison of the top 26 monthly and bimonthly heterosexual magazines by orientation finds 4%
of heterosexual versus 85%-88% of homosexual magazines include pornographic text and pictures.
26 Most Popular "GIIY" MagllZines Cited by Sparlacus
'92/'93 pp. 877-878
1. THE ADVOCA TE Part pornography pre-9192
2. THE ADVOCA TE CLASSIFIEDS: AU pornography
3. ADVOCATE MEN: All pornography
4. ALL MAN: All pornography
5. BLUEBOY: All pornography
6. BOLT: All pornography
7. CHRISTOPHER STREET: Pornographic text, no pictorwl pornography
8. DRUMMER (DESMODUS INC.): Most sadistic pornography
9. FRiCTION: All pornography
10. GENRE Just converted from quarterly 10 bimonthly
11. Iffl!-· GUIDi!:: Part pornography
12. GV-GUJDE: All pornography
13. HONCHO: All pornography
14. iNCHES: All pornography
15. IN TOUCH: All pornography
16. INIQUITY: Pornography
17. JACK: All pornography
18. MANDATE: Part pornography
19. MATCH: Most sadistic pornography
20. Ml - MAU· lNS'lJJEH.: A II pornography
21. OBSESSIONS: Pari pornography
22. OUR WORLD: Travel Magazine (He Sparlacus)
23. PLA YGUY: All pornography
24. STALUON: All pornography
25. STARS: All pornography
26. TORSO: All pornography
("Publications, .. Data in Spartacus '921'93, pp. 877 - 878. Magazine list revisedJor those
folded, monthly or bimonthly. Venfied at "Lambda Rising, "upscale, Washlllgion. DC
bookstore with magazine agent. 911194)
Appendix B: 26 Top Homosexual V. Monthly And Bimonthly Magazines 48
90%
80%
70°A,
60%
50%
40%
3O"A.
20%
Com arison of Sexual Orientation in Ma azine Focus
• Homosexual Pornographic
Magazines
• l-\eter05ell.ual Pornographic
Mag31ine:s
10%
0%+---
4%
PERCENT OF PORNOGRAPHY TITLES AMONG HE TOP 26 "GAY" MAGAZINES VERSUS HETEROSEXUAL
MAGAZINES
Top 26 Heterosexual Magazines By Paid Circulation
Advertising Age, February 21, 1994, p.2S
1. READER'S DIGEST
2. TVGUJDE
3. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
4. BETTER HOMES & GARDENS
5. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
6. LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
7. FAMILY CIRCLE
8. THE CABLE GUIDE
9. WOMAN'SDAY
10. MCCALL'S
11. TIME
12. PEOPLE
13. NATIONAL ENQUIRER
14. PLAYBOY
IS. AAA WORLD
16. SPORTSILLUSTRATED
17. REDBOOK
18. PREVENTION
19. NEWSWEEK
20. AMERICAN LEGlON MAGAZINE
21. HIGHLIGHTS FOR CHILDREN
22. STAR
23. COSMOPOLITAN
24. SOUTHERN UVlNG
25. GLAMOUR
26. US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT
16,261,968
14,122,915
9,390,787
7,600,960
5,162,597
5,153,565
5, 114,030
4,860,703
4,858,625
4,605,441
4,103,772
3,446,569
3,403,330
3,402,617
3.400,807
3,356,729
3,345,451
3,220,763
3,156,192
3,004,913
2,568,359
2,957,915
2,627.491
2,368,678
2,304,769
2,281,369
Appendix C: Data Coding 49
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APPENDIX C
DATA CODING
THEADVOCATE & THE WASHINGTONIAN
(1988-1992)
RANDOM ISSUES ANAL YZED
THE ADVOCATE
July 5, 1998
December 20, 1998
January 3, 1989
November 21, 1989
April 10, 1990
October 9, 1990
May 7, 1991
September 10, 1991
March 24, 1992
June 30, 1992
THE WASHINGTONIAN
January 1988
December 1988
February 1989
November 1989
March 1990
October 1990
April 1991
September 1991
May 1992
August 1992
APPENDIX Ch & D
HOMOEROTIC FOREIGN TRAVEL,
AGE OF CONSENT, PUBLIC SEX &
PROSTITIJTION
KEY"" Cruise: "io uarch [Or sex.' to find II nud and {ill it." (T/tt Quu,u' Vtnllfcul4r, 1971,1', 16): NG "'Age Not Given (Although <Ii % /Joys) H::: Homosaual
PSBP=Publicly Seeking Boysfor Prostitution. *(SlIatkdAfiD'i.rk) Refers to "HOUSE OFIWlTH BOYS" Nations, .{ "Gay Youth" Groups
COI.lrllrY'- ' Legal ADS r6r Boy Cruising The Guide's Beha"ioriJ R«ommendaiions (or Homokit!ii
"n:=i39 · Sodomy - .Age& 4t% Brothels (or Public Site!! are Ilro,ided for "Pedophile," Pederast arid "Youtb Groups"
930/. .. ! . .' cite ho,'s ' l' citeso,
Sex 98% ' PSBC '" Publicly Seeking Boys For Prostitutioli
Algeria illegal NG no yes "Behave discreeUy" ... LislS penalties for sodomy "ith boys under 18.
Andorra no info NG no yes "Almost no gay scene to speak of'
AnguHla no info NG no yes "No infonnation about the island ... situation for gays"
Antigua 'nd info NG no yes "No gay scene worth mentioning exists"
Argentina legal NG no yes Don't "expect..heavy cruising in these parks ... ltry) sand dunes; leonina! .....
Aruba legal 16 no yes "Harbor (early eYening); Manchebo ... Bar (especially during 'happy hour')"
, AtiSlrillii! legal &. illegal,' if legal, 18 yes yes PSBP: j'House 0/ Boys" ;'Gtiy & Bisexual Youth
i
; ods
j
' "Glory Hole'S"
Austria legal: 18 }·es yes PSBP. Male prostitution legal, homo advocacy illegal cruise beaches, etc.
Bahamas illegal NG no yes H "max ... IO yrs" jail. "Paradise Island (I km w. of Holiday Inn ... bushes)"
Bahrain illegal NG no yes At 3 "main cinemas ... Middle East Hotel (before and aftet the show)."
Barbados illegal NG no yes Beaches, "easy contacts .. AYOR; after dark; bushes; take no valuables!"
,Belgium:; '. legal
16 no yes PSBP Wooded pi'cnic area. 16 yr olds' are "men;'; Lists pedophile groups
Bermuda illegal NG no yes All sodomy criminal: 10 yrsjail. "Town Square, Club Med .. ,be discreet"
Bolhia no in.[ NG no yes Guarantee exciting place for a "fling," "EI Prado, La Plaza (A YOR-noche)"
Brazil legal (taboo) 18 no yes "Recommend ... male prostitutes" Hourly, "group sex room". See Canoivol below.
Bulgaria legal 21 no yes Public sex illegal so cruise the "Main bus station ... New Casino (near WC)"
Cameroon illegal NG no yes "Completely forbidden" so cruise "In front of tom. center cinema ... pool"
, Canadtl, , ..' . ,: legal . 14'(W35 18), "gay youth". yes "Gay youth; students ... sadiSm:;.[GAYMEboy pomographyj At night AYOR
Cayman Isle

"not good" NG "Cruising .... Seven Mile Beach between Ramada and Holiday Inn," etc. no yes
Chile forbidden NG no yes "Beach, a mile or two, to the south of the lown. Park near river" '<R YC"
China taboo NG no yes H an "offense". Find sex at a "Toilet. .. Cultural Park" "Peking Rd we"
Colombia, : taboo
",','
i8, .. no j·es .' PSBP" children ... iiito ieiivl! vaiua6!iS at four hotel
Costa Rica legal 17 no
Y"
Rooms by hour. "In dangerous section, noted for rip-offs"
Cuba display iUegaJ NG no
Y"
"Hotel Intemational ... direction of the beach ... to the right in small rorest"
Cyprus illegal NG no yes Gay sex common/taboo; "Municipal gardens (all day; sunset; SQldiers)"
Czechoslovaki. legol 18 no, yes H. public displays, kissing illegal. So cruise "Main railway station, H parks,
"', .,: "
Dominican Rep
Ecuador iIlegal·hostile
Egypt legal, "normal"
Ethiopia illegal
Fiji Islands illegal
Finland legal
France legal
French Guinea legal
Fr. PolYnesia ," legal '
Gabon perhaps illegal
Gambia no inIonnalioo
Gennany Icgal
Ghana legal
illegal
Greece legal but tabOo
Grenada illegal
. Guadeloupe legal (French)
Guam perhaps illegal
Guatemala legal
Juyana illegal
":ishl legal
:-Ionduras "the most legal"
-long Kong legal
iungal)'
I'gal
uland Icgal
ndia illegal
ndonesia
I 1" . ,
ega ,commOn"' ,
leland legal
srael legal
laly legal
AppeadiI C: Foreip Travt1: Ar of Conscnl, Public. SCI 4: ProUlhICioa
no
no
no
no
no
yes
no
no
NG no
NG no
18 Y£s, /J oy ads
all ages OK no
NG no
17 ' no
NG no
IS no
NG no
16 no
NG no
18 ' no
NG no
21 no
18 no
18 no
NG no
,NG yes :' < ", "
::
NG no
NG no
16
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
no
yes
).s
yes
yes
yes
yes,
yes
)'CS
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
i , ;yes '"
yes
yes
yes
,
Pla'za for prostitutes). H is are
Public sex illegal so bars, clubs, cafes for sex cruising and a gay bath
Public sex illegal so cruise areas, gay bath, "Morazan Park A YOR "
Bars, park (near the post office), also ("near Lion of Judab statue")
Bars, clubs, hotels, "You can lake natives 10 yoor room, be discrete"
Encouraging pedophile is illegal
"Sad to report that raids on public toilets are on the increase" "cemetery" sex
Cruising at ParlPlace des Palmistes and hotels, bars, clubs
Claim biseXuality common. so cruise ',jROils ('.1; ',::;
H is not in penal code but the population is said to be "hostile"
"Gays meet on Ihe beach aJang tbe 'Marine Parade' beware Of muggers."
or Boys"," Boys & Men", sadism, boy prostitulion ads
School campus, bars, clubs, restaurants, "in front or Central Bus Station"
"Carefu1 ofsailors ... wrong approach could get you into uouble herel"
Rooms by-ttie hour so cruise in the we; but lOiictsi bars ', .' ',, :
Illegal, so cruise bars, hotels, beaches, hotels
Hotels, cruising roads, the old pon, dC.
Shopping center, theater, usa Beach, Park,
H "moral deficiency, abnormal and unnatural" "Active lIpstairs ... lifeguards"
Crime "gross indecency ... privalc or public" so cruise AVOR, river, etc.
"Exposit'ion Grounds .... anci adjacent kO;:-;
Bars, hotels, clubs, beach, AYOR around the cathedral, in the suburb
H sex in private is legal. "Cruising Areas .. :Repulse Bay Beac .. ... Sundays"
Age 18 is legal but "(child) olfenses are (seldom) punished
"Bus Terminal (all indoor and outdoor swimming pools); hill with bush:s"
End of <' .• .,
PSBP)'House with' Boys Ria
European Court of Human Rights, Ireland forced to legalize H. Groups
"Gay Baths, Half price for ... under 24" Bars, Clubs, Hotels, PaJks., Beach
Pictures of bikini clad boys: Sex illegal "under 18 yean". ProstibJLion legal allS
9.

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. ,),\,;:::" ",: ' ,: .. ,."" (93%" '"
Ivory Coast illegal, tolerated
Jamaica illegal, tolerated
Japati*,' , ,,/,r, ieg':U': ,' i'"
Jordan illegal, tolerated
Kenya illegal
Korea (South) not really illegal
Lebanon illegal
Libya !lIegal
Luxembourg legal
Macao no info
Madagascar illegal
Madeira I illegal
..
Malaysia .,.
: iUegai
Mali no info
Malta legal
Martinique no data
Mauritius no info
MexiC'o nola\\'
Micronesia: Hlegai
Monaco legal
M6rdccb illeg81
Mozambique illegal
Nepal
law unknQwn
N'etheriands
..
legal"
Antilles (Dutch) legal
New Caledonia legal
i8tand
loS"
Nicaragua no info in laws
Nigeria illegal
Nonvay legal
Appendil C: Foreign Travel: Age o( Consent, Public Sel & Prostitution
ilgii.I'S;'es':,::;:t'::':, ADS ror'Boy
Brothels
.dte bovii "::,,,;,:,;.13 citeso
NG no
NG no
13 , yes,
NG no
NG no
NG yes
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG yes
NG
'0
18 no
NG no
NO
no
NG no
NG no
"men" of 16 no
NG no
NG no
NG no
16(12 ArabS)
yes
16 no
15 no
"men,j'd( 16 yes
NG no
NG no
NG no
'Cruising
for Public
Sex 98%
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
ves
,
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
lOS
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
the Guide's Beha"vioral Recommendations (or HOniostrt.1.1
Sites are for'"Pedophile," Pederan and Group;"
PSBC = Publicly Seeking Eoys For. ProstUution. " ., , ,
Outside cinema, hotels, bars, "short-time rooms" for sex with natives
"Seduction" of boys illegal ... " General population is also quite homophobic
PSBP "Boys" "North Boy" oiSchool Mate;" "ShY DJy" Nomial cruiSing
Claims H "widespread" among all ages. Sex at "military barracks at harbor'"
H is "harshly punished" so cruise as above. Notes "water sport" sex
PSBP "HarrY Do);" many "younger people ... looking for older men."
Civil war. Clubs, hotels, blue movies, cruise "in front of ruviera Hotel"
H punished by prison, ridicule and social disgrace common. No ads
Pornography, prostitution, H tolerated. Sex shops, cruising as above.
Cruising as above, "Statue in front orthe Lisboa Hotel, next to post office"
"Independence Avenue, by railway station", etc.
PSBP ... "Madeira youth go/her ... Something for everybody. Be discreet"
PSBP"House With BOY5". H punished by whipping, priSon. AYOR
{Embassy so)-'$ "No" - H is illegaLj
"All pornography is illegal" Bus Tenninal, showecs ... and facilities"
Club Med, etc.

·Embassy says illegal. Hostile. WC Bus station, Botanical Gardens for possible sex
PSBP (Embassy says lsi Governmeot regulates prostitUtion, find most io Mexico
PSBP Sex \\ith any age children OK llIegai, but uneaforced
In "private circles" legal, cruising in gardens, ect.
PSBPfor lovers of Arabian boys recent "harsh" treatmenl Rooms by hour
Cruise the "sex starved seamen" "pick-ups; pa}ment; action in the dunes"
Embassy says "Absolutely ILLEGAL." Spartacus says "staff nil! know your inlerests"
With Boy' ... Club Boys. .. Holland" pedophiles, sadists
Cruising as above
Cruising as above, French laws AYOR
PSBfi"Bretts Male Escorts": BoYs, gay youth groups; organized
All prostitution is illegal. So cruise cites given, A YOR
"Bisexuality is nonnal"
Embassy says 161 Spartacus says "opponents ... are Christian" right (sex in toilets)
99
wmW"-"
Pakistan illegal
. Papua N. Guinn.
iIIega!
Paraguay legal
k
Poland legal
Portugal illegal
Puerto Rico illegal
Reunion lsI. legal (French)
Romania totaliy illegal
Rwanda no info
Sl Kins k Nevil
no info
SI. Lucia illegal
St. Martin legal (French)
S1. Vincent, etc. illegal
Samoa (Amer)
AImr Proled.orale
Samoa (West) legal
Saudi Arabia illegal
Senegal no law, taboo
Seychelles illegal (socialist)
Singapore illegal
South Africa illegal
Soviet Up,im). (ex)
Spain legal:
Sri iUegai.
Sudan legal
Surinam legal
Sweden legal
Switzerland legal
Syria illegal

Appendix C: Foreign Travel: Age of Consent, Public Sex & Prostitution
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no


IS no
NG no
NG, no
IS no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
15 no
NG no
NG no
16 no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG
[l0'
NG yes
NG ··n(>:: ."
18 no
18 no
NG no
20 no
NG no
yes
yes
yes
yes
" ..
"
yet
yes
y.
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
"whipping" for H acts as "unnatural knowledge"
H acts not mentioned in law and prosecution rare
"Corruption of minors" illegal, many "gays moved" to more hospitable sites
.. R9·&,1· ,.,,", :a"wt
. ... . ... y .,... .. .,,,,,,,,,P,,91,,."!!lIY, Y.. .
Bars, in front of railway station, etc.
AYOR "you can try ... but you may get...your throat slit"
"Gay men enjoy ... all year"
"Cruising [)ng] nudism on the shoreline"
Hostile, prison
Bar, club
Recover from "gay life" here .
Natives "bisexual"
Island paradise
Island paradise
"Small gay scene"
Hotel, bars, cruising
Says H sex common, arrested for public sex, car cruising ruidential 'areas
"Residential Avenues (car cruising)" for
Public sex iIIegaJ...Sex in outdoor areas
PSBP "Tanned Chinese youths running around" Rooms by the hour AYOR
Action in the dunes and in the bushes

H legal since 1977
Sex with boys under 18 punished by "four years prison" "hardly enforced"
Scores of "gay" pedophile lists for organized pedophiles, trips
PSBP BoJ' pho.os
Cruising, Cinema, hotels, cafes, etc.
100
"
______ _______ "Agl.: ur _____________ _
Taiwan legal in private
Tanzania
'::.Tl>

Togo Illegal
Tonga illegal
Trinidad illegal
Tunisia illegal
Turkey no law on books
Arab Emirates illegal
,Uk"

:
• liSA ' legal,:<:,,:,tk,-
Uruguay legal
perhaps illegal
Venezuela legal (restricted)
Vietnam perhaps illegal
Virgin Islands somewhat illegal
Yemen illegal
Yugosiavja illegal & legal
Zaire iUegal
Zambia illegal
Zimbabwe legal
claim 21 no
NG no
'/1;'/1'1<1>
-- '-:"00-"'-
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
"
i6 poSt 194
no
18, 16, 101, 'no
NG no
NG no
NG no
NG no
,NG no
NG no
NO, 16, 18 no
NO no
NG no
18 unvaifitd
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
J",
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes

yes

yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
The
are
': .. ,:
"Consenting adults in private not offense", so cruise "Main railway station"
Zanzibar has the "hottest men"
'PSBPguideS to seX #1thibuYi $is for roOm :' <,:'
H same as rape and sex abuse, police intolerant, so cruise areas cited
Law prohibits "the crime of sodomy ... \\ith mankind or "ith any animal"
Law on sodomy \\itb minors cited. H not allowed to visit, hide H, cruise
Claim Tunisians bisexual, so cruise near tennis club, beach, sand dunes
Turkey prosecutes H. .. most Turks are bisexua.l, so cruise areas as above
Claim Emirates bisexual, "unnatural offenses", so cruise areas as aoove
P$BP "House'With- Boys,l; Illegal to promote; fund, ,encourage H; Cruise.
NAMBLA, pedophile grqUp adv'ertised,' nili gtoUps.."gay youth" groups
Cruising areas, as above
Cruising areas as above
"Boy Video-SRL", so "cruise in front of the US Embassy, evenings"
No gay scene, cruise in front of Hotel Rex A YOR in the _park
Bars, cruising, Old Fortress under repair, bars, clubs, etc.
Bars, cruising squares, elc.
Bars, clubs, nudist beaches, AYOR, R RT, gay baths .. "good action"
"Sex "ilh minors [gets] 3 months to 'years Imprisonment and a fine"
H totally illegal, so cruise "Squash Club," bars, etc.
Sex "ith minors is forbidden .... not officially canfinned

, AppendiI D: Suppleoumury BomoleXUai Travel
APPENDIXD
SUPPLEMENTARY HOMOSEXUAL TRA VEL DATA
Algeria: Homosexuality is illegal. "It is, therefore, no surprise that gays in Algeria lead rnther closeted
lives". Sportacus then provides a list to find gay sex [illegal]. Warns SpartaCUJ: "But if you
expect 10 do some heavy cruising in these parla. you '11 most likely be disappointed Unit" parks in
othe,. ctlies. lhese are not meeting places for gays ... lfyou're lucky, you may be able to find a nice
'tour guide' who will be willing fa show a lonely tourfst around lown ... 17111 following addresses are
of holels you won't have problems toldng someone to your room." 'Directions for "Cmising
Areas" include what bus to take, where to disembark, how far down the footpath to walk to find toilets
for sex, as well as specific H sand dunes ... maclrhars .. . library .. Lots of action going on in the reeds and
the hushes 01 the rfyer. especially after 16 h."
Australia: Age of consent varies. In some areas' "the age oj consent is 18. seX in public is punishable-
by law ... HoTTWserualtty in any form Is prohibiled In Queensland. West Australia, Tasmania and the
Northern Territory ... ejforts are being made to change these Iaws ... Lody Jane Beach (amongst the
rocles. but be discreet). .. HOUSE WITH BOYS: BOYS BOYS BOYS Betts Boys-Boys al work
Naughty Boys. Buddies, Haydon Bondage Escort .Misha's Men. Acclaimed Young .Moscullne Escorts
[Boys]. Qualfty and Discretion Assured: Studio, Dutcolls [traveling brothel service] AppoinlTilents."
Bahrain: Homosexuality is illegaJ, "although homoseruol acts are a hidden part o/Moslem tradition. ..
uBener not to bring any homoserJUJL literature.'"
Barbados: Homosexuality is illegal " ... the gay scene fs, rather hidden from the public eye ... Beach
cruising andfrom cars." While illegal, the guide counsels tourists with "Cruising Areos"lists.
Belgium: "Homosexual acts between men over 16 [sic] are legal ;1'1 Belgium ... atudiegroup Pedofile."
The latter, a formal pedophile organization. is advertised in the travel guide for its constiruency.
Bermuda: Homosexuality is illegal, no homosexual groups or bars are pennitted. After announcing that
the police view hoplO5eXuality as a "crime that is not tolerated in Bermuda," the guide counsels and
publishes the' "Cruising Areas" best for illegal, public homosexual sex activity.
Bolivia: Claims no information on homosexuality "but tourists say one can find a summer fling il1 bars,
restaurants and discos. Sounds fun!" Other homosexual literature indicates that the poverty-ridden
area offers. many opportunities for sex with boys.
Brazil: , Homosexuality is legal over eighteen years of age. It is noted that "soldiers get leave on
Wednesdays and weekends ... hotels provide 'rooms by the hour' ... SuanasiGay Baths." Male prostitutes
offer their services. If you like you can get in contact with them." [Brazil's massive "throw away"
child popUlation leaves children available for most sexual encounters for a few American coins.] Says
Spartacus: "'Throughout the wond, Rio is known for its elaborate celebrations at CarnivaL.make sure
to book you [sic] hotel room way in advance." The Brazilian homosexual scene, better known to gay
travelers, is made more photogrnphically visible by a book, Carnival in Rio, with text by homosexual
advocate, AJben Goldman:
102
Arl)endix D: Homosexual Travel Data
The queer ball runs every night of CarnivaLThe queens bridle. make a show of embarrassmenl...1ike
queens. Some of the transvesutes are minor celebrities in their won right...lndeed, the scene
is so startling that even the most worldly-wise are taken aback ... Swarms of queers are rushing about
like buuerllies in heat...in gold lame gowns, elabor.ate coiffures. masses of jewelry, makeup think as
plaster, and double rows of oversized eyelashes ... Ot.hers are shockingly bare. Beautiful boys these,
with tit's of delectable contour, lot.a1ly exposed ... the crowd has massed for the compeLition of jan/as/os,
a gross and obscene parody of the great coSlwne shows at the officlaJ balls ... Every step you take, you
are seized and fondled by swift invisible hands ... the queens begin to parade. one by one.
No sooner does the first costumed figure swish into the lights than the crowd is chanting hoarsely-
"Bicha! Bicha! Bichal Putal Pula.! Pulal ("'Fagl "Fag! "Fag! Whore I Whore! Whorel). The more they
shoul, the more the queens take heart. They mince, they strul, they samba. They shout back obscenities
at the crowd ... They come on-stage dressed like little girls rolling hoops or skipping rope. They are
gamins with raked c,aps and knee pants. They are Harlow, Garbo, Lolobrigida. .. When the spectator
haS glutted himself to the point of nausea, he can take one more step down into the homosexual
underworld. He can reach the lowest rung by descending to the fag dance hall par excellence-the
Club Elite.
A seamy little alley packed with young men is the site of the club ... a dense mob of dancing men
obscured in the umber gloom ... Seated at a table is a famous middle-aged Brazilian movie
actor ... consuming the boys before him with his eyes. One impudent lad slips down his pants and
stands revealed in a scanty bikini. The fleshy face of the actor grows taunt.
Below, in the snake pit, hundreds of men twist and squirm together in th'! gloom ... lthe music] a long
cry of pain, loneliness, and purest melancholy ... deeply enthralling I could sit here all night.. listening
and gazing forever. A deep homosexual affinity seems 10 stir at the bottom of my heart, a natural
longing of man for man ... this is the heart of the al1.ichoke. the meaning of the whole Carnival. the last
rite and confession .. .Its theme is death ... a festival of shadow and dealh ... Everywherc on the streets of
Carnival there arc memento mori. "reminders of death." Among the most familiar fantasias are
skeletons and hangmen. ghost and devils. A strong strain of morbidity is evident in the grand
costume contest...in the sadistic imagery of whips, pitchforks. and chains ... The deeper one penetrates
the soul of Carnival. the more one encounters the specter of death (pp.161-165).
Cameron: Homosexuality is illegal. It is "Completely jorbidden" so you "run risk of being
blackmailed." The guide then publishes its recommended "Cruising Areas" for illegal activity
(potentiating blackmail and violence-often called "hate crimes" when they occur).
Canada: The age of consent for homosexual acts is 14 years (prior to 1987, it was 18 years of age).
Excluded are "anal intercourse, pros,titution and taking advantage of a dependent relationship" In
order to legally engage in prostitution, anal intercourse and taking advantage of a dependent
relationship the guide says "the general age of consent is } 8 ... Canada IS gay scene is interesting,
modem. and enlightened ... All in all. gays can live well in Canada." The guide publishes "Cruising
Areas" for illegal sex (public) with boys and girls 14 years old and up (oral, genital, femeral, etc. just
not anal and voluntary). Scores of "gay youth groups" are mentored by adult homosexuals in Canada,
and Kinseyan sex education and AIDS Prevention programs have long been in place for Canadian
schoolchildren, A new Canadian magazine, published in Massachusetts, filled with pornographic
images of boys GAYME has just debuted, its first issue ($5.95). The cover is a photo of a handsome,
white, youngster, perhaps 14 years. This maiden issue celebrates. "The Boy in Gay Fict1On" with nude
lads surrounded by new books, plays, films, globally declaring man-boy "Jove."
)03
Appendix D; Supplvmcntary Homosexual Travel Data
Cayman Islands lUK): The view of homosexuality is "nol good" so the guide counsels "Cruising
Areas" for illegal activity potentiating blaclaruiil and violence, often classed as "'hate crimes."
Chile: Homosexuality is illegal. Nonetheless, the guide "CruiSing Areas" fur illegal activity
(potentiating blackmail and violence). including "discreet activity in 2nd floor changing room."
Brothels are citedfor "ladles
ll
and limen" rtcusI DmS1'a. " Again the data on poverty ridden Chile
finds a massiVe child prostitution/pornography industry. .
China: Homosexuality is not" explicitly illegal but dangeroUs. The guide then counsels "Cruising Areas
u
fur what is·known to be condemned activity, potentiating blaclanail, violence, "hate crimes
n
.
Colombia: Homosexuality is not explicitly illegal but wtaceepted and dangerous; and, age of consent, the
guide says; is -18 years. Spartaeus warns that as "many young people and children are forced uito
prostitution" due to 'poverty, sex with boys may be dangerous. Having pointed out that the poverty of
their lives drive these boys into prostitution., the guide views it as the real problems. As the sex is
. "dangerous ... We strongly recommend leaving everything of value at YOUI' hotel." The guide then
publishes' the best "Cruising Areos" for sex with native boys and men potentiating blaclana.il and
violence.
Denmark! Homosexuality is legal. "All ann-gay laws have been abolished" and it is interesting that the
Danish age of consent is not given since this is one of the major places for homosexual freedom and for
sex with youths. Indeed, the "Danish Pedophile ASSOCiation," and the "Pedophile Group," are listed
along with the nGay Youth Switchboan:l' and ads for places offering "plclcups ... young guys" (who are
JargeJy engaged in prostitution),
Egvpt: Homosexuality is legal in Egypt. "Gay sex is not la/ked about, but it is normal for Egyptian men
to have homoseru.ol encounters both before and during marr;age ... gays are not very visible, ercept
for the tron.;ve.slite dancers .. , who are a very popular attraction at jeasts and other festivals." As in
other poverty ridden areas, children are easily available for sex. While no age of consent is given.
illegal "Crtitslng Areas" are publigbed. .
Finland: "'The age of consent for homosexual acts is 18." · While homosexuality is liberally acc:epted,
"encouragement of is illegal. No pedophile or "gay youth groups" are advertised in
Finland. Still, "cruising areas" are provided.
France: "There is no special law on homosexuality and the general legal age is fifteen ... Minltel ... [TV}
offers sex." Raids on public toilets are now common. Pedophile groups are advertised. "American
&ys ... RER The youngest place on the Riviera ... LE BLUE BOY ... there are no real gay hotels in
Pans ... BOY Dance Cluh ... {Nazi cap). .. King$auna [Young teenage boy wearing small towel)". The
guide publishes "Cruising Areas" for illegal activity (potentiating blackmail and violence).
Gennany: As in me 19205 and 1930s, Germany is a center for homosexual clubs and activity.
Homosexual age of consent is 18 years. A series o( book covers are printed with semi-nude boys for
boy brothels on the covers. Scores of Pedophile organizations, addresses are listed: these include
"Blue Boy Bar .. . Buddy's Bar-House of Boys.1t IIBC Boy Club," "HOUSE wrrn BOYS," "ESSEN II
nude boy illustrations, "HOUSE WlTII BOYS," "HOUSE OF BOYSlFrankfurt.
n
and teenage boy
photos, "HOUSE WITH BOYS/Scorpion," "Boy Club," "House With Boys ... Boys. Boys, Boys,'" and
"Bavaria's first Bar fur Bovs & Men," "nice young companions and rriodels ... " Close to twenty ads
Appendix D: Supplc:meotary Bomosemal Travel nata
relate to boy brothels. The boy brothel bat was a key feature of "gay Gennany" in the 1920s and
19308 described in some detail by the pederast homosexual icon, Christopher Isherwood, (1976) in
Christopher.A.nd His Kind, NYC: Farrar. Straus, and Geroix. Isherwood wrote that "Berlin Meant
Boys" (p. 2) to him and his many literary homosexual colleagues. Moreover. there is a recurrent theme
of sadism (S&M) which appears both apart from. and in conjunction with, German boy brothel ads-
suggesting some boy brothels permit sexual torture of the youngster:5.
Haiti: Homosexuality is legal, Haiti was "pinpointed as the origin of AIDS, "The gay tourist industry
, has slackened dramaticaJIy ... the populoce accuse gays ofsprcading·the disease. It has been reported
that serually active gays are deported .. Homosexual sex between men and boys over 18 is legal.
India: "Gay sexuaI practice is illegal in India."
,Indonesia: "HomoseruDl aw are legal allegedly hiNe traditionally been an integral port of
Indonesian culture. Married men alsoJ71pintain serual relationships with members ojthe same sex,"
The guide publishes "Cruising Areas" for illegal activity (potentiating blackmail and violence)
including "HOUSE THE BOYS (Ria' Boys).
Ireland. Homosexual sex was illegal, says the guide, but Ireland was forced by the European Court of
Huinan to rescind its laws criminalizing homosexuality. No age of consent is cited.
Italy: Homosexual sex is legal with men and boys over 16 years. Prostitution is legal over the age of 18.
The guide publishes "Crui.sing Areas" for sex activity, as well as photos of available boys who appear
_ to be between 14-16 yearS of age.
Jamaica: Homosexual sex: is illegal. Note, -auempled gay seduction" is pWlished, bul,rnrely, although
the population being "homophobic", The guide publishes "Cruising Areas" for illegal activity
potentiating blaclanail and violence.
Japan: Spartacus claims homosexual sex is with bClys 13 years old. "Europeans and Americal'lS
have been denjed entrance inlo some saunas and bars for fear thai they carry AlDS." Bars or
brothels entitled "Shy Boy," "Boys," "North Boy, "School Mate, "Boya," "Anderson Boy," "Janny's
Boys, n and "Boogie Boy" are cited for gay tourists along with publishing illegal "Cruising Areas" for
sex.
Malaysia: Homosexual sex is illegal-whipping and prison are part of punishmenC "Cruising ... can also
be punished with up 10 two years imprisonment...Cruising Areas .. , JJ HOUSE WITH BOYS, as
apparently a boy brothel. Spartaeus also warns, the law "now demands the death penalty for
possession of even small amounts of recreational drugs, including cannabis!n
Mauritis: No mention of laws on homosexuality. In Spartaeus' notes of "cruising" for sex, ; "Enjoy!" is
the key description. following directions to a we (public toilet) at a bus station and the Botanical
gardens where one should "be discrete but gardeners can be very friendly, "
Mexico: The guide says there are-no laws against·homosexual acts-and no mention of age of oonsent
laws since, as Bob Damron's _,4.ddress Book ·makes it clear. although male prostitution is illegal,
young boys arewidely available for sex Mexico for almost no costs to the Yankee traveler.
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Baja Mexico Bob DaltU'onJs &ok: (San Diego. Califurnia, 1989-1990) provides addl:d
information regarding "The Homoge:Qw/ Worler tourist including "Useful Spanish Phrases_II The
author warns readers to_take care n:garding where one goes 10 "try out" these 'phrases on the young
friends you aU /Qcole there."
'I'M dictionary of /ove ... WouJd)'01i /Ike a drink?: What kind oIdrtnlc do)lOU lih7 You an
very good /oo/dng. Ens muy GtuJpo. (Er-gs lIIOOygoo-AH-po) .• J IJke you. (seruQlly). Me
gustos.. (Mu GOD suu). Would you like to COIM witl! me to my J'OOm? Quieres wnir a mi
cuarlo? (JKee-EHR--ess ven-EER -a mee QUAR-Ioh?). lliu to give head Do you like to
give head? I like to recem bead. Do you lib to fock? I like UJ focJc. Do you Jih to be
focked? I Itke to be focke4. .. Would you llu to lake a bath (shower) with 1M/ Do you
charge? How much do you charge in dollars? Can I take you to YOIII' homel Would you liu
. to spend the night with me? Con 1 see you again? An you Gay? Would you lik8 to go with
me to ... ? Do)'OII practice "soft sa?" {17Je guide t:lJMs nbt teach homDSeXU4l tolll'im to say
"] will only sex with a condom Note. tl!is last "sqfe sex" life and death question dMs
not tell us if the tourist wants "unsafo" or "SlIfo" sa, just thaI he can ask what the boy or
man does.]
Bob Damron reports:
Words you won'tjind in Ihe [normal heterosexual] dictionary ... here are aJew street words
for "cock:· verga. pito. chile. la eJ pajarito. perinola. [30 plus words given). For
balls you hove (4 plus words an givert). Some of the wordsJor Gays are [15 words given,
p. 77-83} .. _"
Morocco: Sparlaeus says Homosexual sex is illegal and more restricted lately. Although pages describe
"Rooms by the Hour" and where to obtain boys., Spartaeus reports problems for: -
lovers oj Arabian boys ... {who] accompany tourists to their rooms. Most oj the time you will
have to mtter 01 the desk ... The Berbqs are less interested in prost/lution; they
would rather just sell /heir {Does this mean the parents sell their boys to
The boys are only Interested in your money. which can make the aperience
very one, sided .. bring something to eat and drink, hove some small presents handy, and slart
up a conversation with the /boy] ftst /although] most Of the boys do not speak very good
French .•. Everyone ;s in on the game: from the man seJlJng cold refreshments 10 the oriental
rug dealer ... the boys all know each other ... everyone gets his share. You will be impressed
with the beauty of these young men, bUI the price is high and your esteem may All this
for sexual encounlers which aTe mon: often than not less than fulfilling. TIre rale of
40%.. •. many o/the young men will make it very dear that they are ready,
willing and able. .. The kids .. _are just waiting Jor the opportunity ro steal backpacks. bags,
meakers. or anything else. Sad but n:ue! [Many have] criminal intenr.
Netherlands: Homosexuality is legal and pedophiles are fully toleJiited with advertisements for their
groups nationwide. In its Winter 1993 issue. Paidika: The Journal of Paedophilia had an extensive
article in which it claimed that the Netherlands had reduced the age of consent from 16 to 12 years:. and
that "not a single voice of protest had been raised in the entire country" (p. 13). Upon investigation., the
Dutch Embassy refuted that claim and said the age of consent remains 16 and Chat only married Arab
immigrants arc allowed to engage in sexual conduct at age 12. At any rate, it is a tact that youngsters
at 16 years of age can and do advertise .themselves as prostitutes both on Dutch streets and in the
regular Dutch press. Spartacus hopes that .....such an atmosphere is possible" globaHy. Amsterdam
has a monumenl to its homosexual "citizens," says Spartacus, and "Safe Sex parties" aTe government
Apilendb D: SU[lplementary Travel Datil
funded and covered on radio and TV. There is no mention of the drugs one can buy legally in Dutch
cafes. The "boy" brothel ads below would legally allow sex with boys of 16 years meaning the illegal
traffic in boys commonly involves' children much younger than 16:
House With Boys: "Aler and Friends," "Bell Boys", "Boys: Paradise
Escort, ". "Blue Boy/Why Not" "Boys De ... Boys Club" "Doys For Mr:n"
"Holland Boys International" "William Higgens Escorts & Boys" "Boys Club
21, Boys, Boys, Boys, Boys" "Golden boys, S!M, Travesty. Macho. Toys,
Poppers, Crisco, Videos...Boy Movies, Leather ... William Higgins' Escorts &
Boys ... With Boys Personally Selected by the Famous Goy Video Director, "
"House With Boys, Ted Jacobs .. . Attractive boysll Motor.leather boy. II
''House With Boys" "Boy's Boy's Private Club", Private Club," Sodom
... OnlySIM H
New Zealand: "Ser between men over the age of 16 [sic} has been permitted in New Zealand since'
1986. This relared legislation replaces the old law which completely prohibited a11 male homoseruol
acts with a sentence offive to seven years imprisonment. This magnificent success was accomplished
by the hard work and dedicated service of the New Zealand goy and lesbian movement, particularly
the "New Zealand Homosexual Low Reform Society" (1967-19988) ''National Gay Rights Coalition
of New Zealand", and the "Gay Task Force " ... "The moSI active gay scenes are found in Wellington,
Chris/church, and Auckland." "Belts Male Escorts" (Boys) are advertised_ Public sex is illegal. so,
crusing areas for public sex are cited.
Peru: Homosexuality is legal for adults. A "terrorist group" says Spartacus, "killed four gay men in
August 1986 for "corrupting youth." They then cite a five star hotel with "hustlers" (often boys) "in the
sauna".
Philippines: Homosexuality is not illegal (says Spartacus) and "love between men (usually married
men) is nOI by any means a rarity." Spartaeus says that following "enticing" travel sex guides which
brought lOO many pedophile (pederasts really), harsh treatment is given to tourists seeking sex with
Philippine locals. The guide says homosexuals are tolerated but warns:
Pedophiles. however, are not tolerated and are well advised to stay away from the
Philippines if they are planning an over-indulgent Vac.atiDn surrounded by smDoth,
Philippine boys. The government has beeun clamping do"W1'l on child prostitufwn. 1f
arrested, Western gays are quickly and effiCiently put on the next plane heading bark to their
country of origin. The take home one souvenir through {sic] A nice, big sta11rp in their
passport reading "Deponed for Serval Perversion." The age of consent is 18 in the
Philippines. Don't pick a guy off the £tret!l.S. There are plenty of appropria1e bars around
where the guys are well known and have weekly medical check-ups.
Doe Holiday Inn is described and Lhe reader is lold (0 mention he read il in Spartaeus and "be discrete" (sic].
RNo problems and all rooms have king-Sized double beds." Of another hotel, for example, Hemoss, the guide
says, "No problem to take visitors to rooms.
R
Portugal: Homosexual conduct is illegaL "There is a general special regulation against gays
concerning Ihe age of consent",- Spar/acus warns not to roam in parks after dark or ''you wjJl
definitely be running the n"sJ: of getting your throat slit or being picked up by one of the frequent
police raids." The guide describes the brutality of the police toward homosexuals and then publishes
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areas for public sex, and "Crol.ffng Areas" indudiog "sand dunes (discreet nudity) the Centro
Commercial" especial/y. when there are blue movies" or "Behind railway station," for illegal activity
potentiating blackmail and violence.
Puerto Rico: ItHomosexuality Is officially llIegaf' but the authorities disregard the law so that
Itgay men can enjoy themselves all year" in scores of pubuc sex and cruising areas.
San Salvador: Homosexuality is not mentioned in the penal code, 'says Spartocus. but the people "bate
gays" so the guide publishes and counsels ItCruising Areas" for illegal activity potentiating blaclanail
and violence. '
Saudi Arabia:.. Spar/Ocus claims Ithomoserual activity Is widespread'" but warns in, "Crui6ing
4reas ... Do not do anything ih public. The Saudis 'use plainclothes policemen to spy (not as
dscoys) ... '17u penalty is two nwntlu in jail. possible whipping. and then deportatton ... {so] secrecy 13
the word. .. The gay tourisl will el:perlence a sexually interestfng emrironmsnl .. . Blond, blue eyed num
who are willing Jo be screwed are espeCially In demand". Cruising in cars is very frequent
everywhere, just keep your eyes open at all times, especially.in the evenings; Supermarkets are "'good
for cruising stIes",
Senges!: Homosexual acts are not iUegaJ ... but taboo. "Get vaccilUJtedfirst."
Spain: 'Homosexuality is legal. "House With Boys' & Sex Shop ... a concentration of hustler bars (the
city) has almosJ completely been conquered by the gay scene ... {having the] busiest {sa} backrooms
(Safe sa, please)". It also offers a "Crisco" bar [generally referring to both anal] sodomy and "Fist f-
Idng'J.
Sweden: Homosexuality is legal. "RFSL," the nation's leading homosexual organization, includes a
pedophile group and Spartacus advertises 20 brnnches for homosexual tourists to contact for travel
adventures.
Thailand: Spartacus reports bomosexuality is legal. Thailand is one of the most often cited areas to find
sex with young boys in The Advocate and all other homosexual press. Photos are often displayed of
very young lads., tied up, bound, and gagged for touriSt sadism as well as for genera1 sexual use, A
L"Taa Out Fee" is cited by the guide book, which allows the homosexual !aurin to pick out the boY be
wants from a bar, where the youths dance, nude and half nude, wearing numbers for the travelers.
Without having to learn their names, the gay tourist may pick out a numbered lad or lads for sex. He
then pays a '-'take out foe" to the bar owner and proceeds 'upstairs to a room for his sexual service. The
boy is often paid roughly S12.00 says Spartaeus (a percentage may be given back to the seller). Hotel
rooms are roughly double the price of sex With a boy,
There is no mention of the infection of these boys with AIDS. except that the boys are all willing to do
anything to. please the homosexual tourist. With the report on gay use of young TIut.i boys in
The Washington Blade, the Washington, D,C. homosexual newspaper, announced in July a massive
estate being constructed in Thailand exclusively to serve ma1e homosexual tourists, suggests a similarly
massive development of Thai boy brothels, '
Appendix D: HomOscnlal Travel Data
United Kingdom: In England raids on public parks, which Spartacus calls "gay parks," are restricting
homosexuals recently from \Ising them as outdoor brothels. A HO"USE WITH BOYS is located in
London., displayed alongside an "R" (prostitution) logo.
United StAtes (If America: Note. in 1993. Washington D.C. lowered its age of" consent to 16 ·(from 18
years) at the same time that sodomy was declared legal. Hence high school boys and girls can be
legally sodomized, etc., by adults. Chi·ldren cannot vote until age 18, the law requires them to attend
school until age 18 and prohibits drinking until age 21 (Washington D.C., Attorney's Office). In New
Jersey the drinking age is 17, driving is 21, voting 18 and unforced sex is criminal only if the victim is
under age 13 and the offender .four years older. (A 12 year old having sex with a 17 year old
apparently would be legal). People are fully aware of the age of consent for drinking. driving and
voting. but seldom do they know what is the age of consent for sex. (New Jersey State Law Library).
While homosexuals open1y campaigned to legalize sodomy, few admit to lobbying to lower age of
consent laws. However. as there has been no "l6-year-old boy lobby" to cause that change, and as
homosexuals (not parents or conservatives) have long advocated lowering age of consent on their
public platform, the lowered age of consent is in concert with any gay, pederast, and pedophile lobby.
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BEST GUIDE 1989/90 THE NORTH PACIFIC &
ORIENT: . FOR GAY MEN
For the sake of comparison, another randomly selected "gay travel guide wa.'!l reviewed which
focused on a portion of the world (Best Guide 1989/90; Amsterdam,. The Netherlands) and advertised
on the back cover "Oriental Guys". and provided eover photos of what appear to be young boys. A
.separate analysis, it The GayeJlow similarly-confirms the following quotes., is taken from this
supplementary travel book and sUpports the prior cited findings in The Advocate top
26 "gay" ItUlgatines, The Queens' Vernacular and Spartllcus:
How this BEST GUIDE WaS' prepand. .. we have. spend the last two years -setting up a network of
across the world who infonn us regularly about what is new and interesting in their
ana for a gay visitor. The focts they supply are checks arid re-cnecked by other Correspondents _
resident in the same place. 01' by those who may. be passing through •.. In most cases the hotels have
been checked by our local Correspondents to confilTll services available, _ and to find out whether
local friends can be discreetly entertained in one's room without prob/ems ... Only in
Hawaii, Japan and Thailand is I/Ie gay Scene thriving, with venues open 10 offer the gay visitor a
taste of the exotic East. Yet Japan is beset by worries aboui AIDS -and Thailand is beginning to
weary of the antics and excesses of the wer-grtJwing hOl'des of sex tourists (:8).
Burma: There is no gay scene ... If you do contact a local person, deciding where to go is a problem.
Burmese people cannot generally enter hotels reserved for foreigners. and it is also forbidden for a
local person to offer lodgings to aforeign visitor. You will have to depend on your friend 10 -SlIggest
an answer 10 this prohlem .. .t2J)
China: There is no law against homose:ruality as fllch fin China} although the act of sexual
intercourse between males is forbidden. and those found guilty can be imprisoned (:31) ... great
discrdion ;s I'equired nowadays when cruising (:32) fIn Guam] saw the abolilion oj all references to
"deviate sexual intercourse ", and also the age of consent from 18 10 16 years of age. There
are still criminal sanctions against "Ioitering to solicit sexual contact" so if you are into cruising, do
be ewefu/. " (:35)
H owail: A ithough the age of consent is J 4 years of age. the restrictio"s surrounding the
(such as that the partner can be no mon than -I years older. and- so on) are such thai it is not safe 10
have a sexual parlner under the age of 18. The minimum legal age for drinking in bars is now 21
years of age ('40).
Hong Kong: The law forbidding homosexual activity berween males (but not females) .. .!t provides
for lifo Jor conceptual sodomy, ten years in jail for indecent assault, and two years in
jail/ol' gross indecency ... in late 1985. a 40-year old policeman WQS arrested fol' "an act of gross
indecency" with a 17 year old youth, and was fined HK $5,000 ins/ead of receiving the expected
prison sentence ... Local people. however. cruise intensively via the city's publiC toilets. These are
used primarily as meeting places and not, as may happen in the West, for any kind of se;rJlal
encowrtel' ... 1Nf!TJ the younger crowd retain their natural Chinese reserve ... if you attempt to take your
frtend back 10 your room ... Jnciderrta//y, there are very !>eYl!Te penalties in Hong Kong for pDSJession
Or use of drugs (:56).
Indones;4: TIre domestic tourists, schoolchlldnn, are onlQ1ed to see naiad foreignus
romping around on the beach, and in a classic role reversal them as wonderful subjects fol'
their pJrotol7apJry! Nudi/y in public is Ihus best avoided .. Incidentally, becouse of the Moslem
religion. most are circumcised in Java and Sumatra but in Bali, which is Hindu, are not
Arpendn D: Supplementary Homosexual Tnvel Data
.(:68) .. .All outdoor cruising areas are very risky, especially in the major towns and especially at
night. This;s partly tht police may make SJldden raids if they decide that CTJIising is
becoming too obvious. In towns the young men )'OIl may find cruising are more honest and
less financially demanding; all they may ask for is a small amount of money to pay their
transportation (Rp 1.000-5.000). cigarettes and a mack (:69).
Japan: The Japanese law has no specifically anti-homDSeXUal provisions. and se:rual activities
between consenting males lII'e legal .. Jorced obscenity (se:rJlal actwity with a person &JJspected of
being younger than 13 years old. or with someone under the Influence of alcohol. drugs, hypnosis
etc) and "public obscenity" (Se:cJlal activity performed before unidentified and unwilling onlookers-
such eLf indecent t:Xpomre, ;sex in publiC and;so on). Conviction brings fines antI/a,.
imprisonment. and penalties are much mDre sever if the complainant proves the se:maJ act caused
some kind of injury or dlsease .. .AlDS has abolished some afthe welcomes and much of the action as
far as gay foreigners are concerned .. The venues known as Ho£t Bars are simila-" in many ways J.D the
male brothels, "Houses with Boys", found in Ihe West. The young men who work in them may be
students, and tJt'e often straight. except during their houl'S of employment. Th!y gene,.ally charge Y
10,000/01' two hours, or Y 15,000/01' overnight (always plus afee ofY 5,000 10 the bar). lfa hOlel is
also involved. that will naturally cost ti'/r'a. None of the bars listed below is a Host Bar, unless
otherwise staled (:85). .
Note that there is a dijJert!nce between saunas which are nominally straighl, bllt where you might be
lucky enough to pick up somebody to take back to your hOlel. and a gay sauna (or sauna hote/) (;87).
Korea: The Korean male is generally friendly and allraclive and is .very open, indeed outspoken,
ahout SI!I.. He;s very happy with bisexuality .. .As long as discretion is used. most hOlels wJ1/ not
ohject to your entertaining friends in your room. (: 131-132) The act of "carnal intercourse" with
another man can be punished by up to 10 years in prison. together with a flogging or a fine. while
"gross indecency" between to men in private or public can be punished by lip to 2 years on prison
(:143).
Philippines: Most visitors feel they will be safe from interference if they re£tricl their friendships
wlIh local people to those in the over-I& age group ... incidentally. prostitution is actllally illegal in
the Philippines-for any age or gender-and the age of consef"lt for sex is 18 years of age .. .[Oj a raid
on pederasts] a number 0/ hysterical reports in foreign newspapers stampeded the Commission into
concluding it would be far beller for such children to starve than face Ihe possibly of being
approached by a /dnd foreigner offering food. clothes and friendship in return for horrors, some
minimal se:rual favors (: 1 69).
The hysteria about child "serual abuse ". generaled in America over the past deCLlde by self-serving
psychiatrisIS, bigoted politicians, and various religious loonies, is an (Nil that has been spreading
across the world, and some of those presently in power in The Philippines have learned quickly that
local unrest about such lopics as government corruption and economic mis·management can be
stilled - even if only temporarily - by creating and stage-managing a mediajesl concerning wicked
foreigners, innocent IDeal "children" and ser.l (:177)
Self serving psychiatriSts, social workers and politidans have turned child prostitution into an
emotional topic that nowadays cannot be discussed ralionally. and homoseruality by ilself has
become almost as sensational, thanks to AIDS. .. Ordinary Filipinos also hlow that the real problems
that face Iheir coun',ry have nolhing to do with a few local young men having enjoyable intepJudes
with a few visitors (: i 79). .
. .
Singapore: Has seen a "reduc1ion in the numbe,. of ;pecial promotions (male fashion Macho '
Nights, etc) that attracted gays to various ve('ues (."l86). .. QUEEN EliZABETH WALK AND
)
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ESPLANADE: Fot' transves/ltes only. and thM only money; action on the dark side of park,
nert to the underground. .. but possibly dangerous. RIVER VALLEY SWlMMING _ POOL. opposite
Liang Court and Dalntaru Shopping Complex. fJIId Hotel New OtlUt: ctulsy,most times, upeciaJly In
the showers (: 191).
Taiwtm: AILlrough illegal. strel!t cruising to be mon: popular than ever IM/OI'I!, but dlsentlon
is "e«ssruy ... a "iJd of the head toward the bar e:.r:iL.. will shaw whether your mrw friend is willing to
come with you to YOUI' hotel. II he dou. It Is to oJfor tm money for him to retJlm home
ajltmvDl'ds (nuzybe the equivalent of US! 5-8).
Thailand: Remember that if you alsO bring a supply of condoms for your local friend in Thailand,
he will generally require a medium rather than a JOrge size protective . .If there is afo/l-bJown AlDS
scare, the flrst casually will almost certainly be the live sex shOW$ in some venues that visitors watch
with admi'l'tltion and awe (:207).
The usual payment to young men who offer their commercial senrlces is in the maximum
range ofBt 300-500 per 24 hours (Plus/ood). However, presents are often appreciated more
than cash (jeans, shirts, shoes, small ilems o/jewelry, etc) since this shows a caring attitude
on lhe part of th visilor" :208).
When you have explored .. you will find, amongst others ... Lonely Boy now off
you go, and Happy Exploring! (:211).
Bars; Clubs, Discos ... The waiters, "go-go dancers" and other employees in many gay bars
and clubs are happy to accompany you, but you must pay the estqblishment if you wish to
take them-away while they are offiCially on duty ... the bar may now askforthree or four times
that amount, or even more. in addition you musl also pay your new friend for whatever
services he renders (:217).
Certainly the go-go dancers-who dance on a platform in the middle of the room, and usually
wear only jock-straps-and the bar staff are friendly and the live shows are good, usually
featuring TWO couples in simultaneous sexual activity. The dancers have interludes in which
they remove their Jock-slraps and fondle themselves to erection. be/ore continuing their
dance. Massage is avaIJable ... reltIL rooms are available (:218).
The almost naked male go=go dancers are young, good looking and enthusiastic. and the
new sex shows are recommended as "excellent" by our correspondents ... There are many
young men strolling around, naked except for phosphorescent pouches and arm bands
(which allows ·one to locate them, but in the dark it is almost impossible to admire their
bodies) ... The J;ve sex show which follows has handsome partners in many positions. Finally,
two naked men, with their bodies shining from soapy water, dance while they caress
themse/ves ... Photos albums available so that you can select a friend, and rooms are
available upstairs ... a free body massage, muscle men 's Video. and rooms by the hour. They
claim to offer any service on request ('219).
Lonely Boy Bar ... rooms for rent by the hour or per day ... good-Iooking go-go dancers
wearing only G-strings, and private massage rooms on the follow above ... charges are
Bt200+ for the friend of your choice. plus BI 120 for the room ... Transveslile shows. (."222).
APPENDIXE
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Cantor, M.G .. S. Pingree. the Sage ColtIll/7'ext Series: Vol. 12 "l\/{{J-- The Soap Opera, Beverly Hills, CA:
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August 1986. *
"Child Protection and Obsceni(v Enforcement Ael of 11)88." No. 136. April. June, and August 1988. *
"Protection of Children Against Sex/lal Commillee on the Judiciary. H.R. 3062 and Related
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"No Place for Homo-Homophobia," San Fml7cIsco Sentinel. 26 March 1992.
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SMYL. Sexual Minority Youth Group Assistance League. " Which of these teens is not hetersexualT Answer,
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N.Y, 415 N.E. 2d 936 (1980).
Note, "The Constitutional StCllllS of Sexual Orientation: Homosexuality as a Suspect Classification," 98 Haf1l.
L. Rev. 1285 (1985).
Noyd v. McNamara, 378 F.2d 538. 540 (lOth CiT. 1967).
Palko II Conn.. 302 U.S. 3 11),325,326,588.0. L49. 82 L.Ed. 288 (l937).
Payton v. New York, 445 U.S. 573 (1980)
Pierce v. Societv o(Sisters. 268 U.S. 510.69 LEd. L070. 85 S.O. 1678 (L965).
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PrInce v. Massachusetts. 32 L U.S. 158, 88 L.Ed.2d 645. 64 S.Ct. 438 (L 944)
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199 L); opinion amended and superseded 011 den. oj reh.. 963 F.2d 1160 (9th Cir. L 992): cerl. den.,
December 1992.
Reynolds, 98 U.S. (8 0110) at L65.
Rizzo, L "The Constitutionality of Sodomy Statutes. ,. Fordham L. Rev., 553 (J 976).
Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. LLJ, 93 S.Ct. 705. 35 L.Ed.2d 147 (1973).
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Skinner v. Oklahoma, 316 U.s. 535. 86 L.Ed. 1655.625 Ct. 11 LO (l942).
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Stefli:1J1 v. Cheney, 780 F. Sllpp. I (OD.C. 199L).
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Partial Bibliography
Wainwright v. Slolle. 414 U.S. 21 (1973)
Zoroch v. Clauson. 343 U.S. 306 (1952).
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E. MISCELLANEOUS
1972 Gay Rights Plalform as cited in Ray. R, ;\ /ilitmy ."ieee.'!sity & ,',,'()lIIosexllolity. Louisville, Kentucky, First
Principles Press. 1993. p. 6
Brochure: G. Carlos Cordero/David E. KlovJGary Paul Wright. Saler ,<..,'ex ('lIidelines lor Gay Gay
Men's Health Cflsis. Inc
GA () Report 10 COI1J!.,res.I'iol1nl Reqllesters: LJejen.l'e Force ;'v!mwRellJent - DoD's Policy on Homosexuality,
June. 1992.
Gibson. P .. "Gay Male and Lesbian Youth Suit:idc." in Report of the Secretary's Task Force on YouUt Suicide,
Vol. 3 (US Departmcnt of Hcalth and Human Services. January. 1989) The suicide report was repudiated
by the Surgeon General and idelltified as fraudulent. Despite the unscientific data the report is
consistently cited as factual by Ihe press and Ihe homosexual movement.
Gromulka. E. T.. USN. Position Pnper 011 the {JoD Policv on HOlllo.'iexLlalJly. I () July 1992. p. 4.
Official July 2. 199] leller from Kristin Hanna. The Advocate's National AdvertiSing Manager. Liberation
Publications. Inc.
Reisman. L Ph.D .. "Gays & The Gates Test:' (unpublished)
Reisman. 1.. Ph.D .. "Proposal for an Analvsis of Sarbin's Pentagon Report: "Homosexuality and Personnel
Security": Institute for Media Education. I <)n,
Secretary of DefellSc Dick Chcllcy. press confercnce. 26 March
Simmons Market Research (1991). cited in IVG.lhlJ1g{oniol1 Quick ('!lide. 1993.
Sutton. N .. FmJII ,')'{onell'al/ to the rVhite House: F/OII' hOlJlosexuals advanced jYOIII street rioters to guests at
the While House in ]Oyears (Needhalll. MA: Family First. Inc .. 1991).
David Forman. Ph.D, and Clair Chilvcrs. MSC "Sexual Behavior of young and middle aged men in England
and Wales." firitish Journal oj'Aledicine. 2n. 21) April 1989.
APPENDIXF
THE ADVOCATE 1994 SEX SELF
SlTRVEY: 21 % ADMIT TO BEING BOY
VICTIMS BEFORE THEY WERE 15
YEARS OLD
APPENDIX F
THE ADVOCATE 1994 SEX SURVEY CITES
210/0 BOY SEX ABUSE VICTIMS UNDER 15 YEARS
Childhood sexual abuse: Just over one in five (21 %) of the men say they
were sexually abused by an adult by age 15. According to a national poll,
one in six men in the total population report childhood sexual abuse. Thus,
this group of gay men is close to that statistic and doesn't support the belief
by some that gay men were more likely to have been abused when growing
up. August 23,1994, The Advocate, p. 20.
Moving past The Advocate reasoning for the shocking statistic above, the hard
population data reveal massive boy abuse by homosexual males which would
facilitate homosexuality as well as a myriad of other heterophobic behaviors.
The of homosexual abuse of boys is determined by the numbers of homosexuals
compared to the number of boys abused, as a portion of the overall male
population.
Of 90 million men over 18, and 88,000,000 heterosexual males, 6% to 10% are
estimated as sexually abusing 8 million girls by age 18. What percent of the
under 2 million homosexual males abused 21 % of boys, or 7 million boys by age
15 and 24%, or 8 million boys by age 18?
In her 1990 book, Kinsey, Sex and Fraud, Reisman
1
provided extensive
documentation to disprove Dr. Alfred Kinsey's 1948 data on all aspects of
sexuality, detailing the fraudulent methods used by the Kinsey team to mislead
science and society on child sexuality and on the fraudulent 10% homosexual
population. Homosexual percentages are more realistically internationally
confirmed at between 1 % and 3% (with a range of 1.5% to 2%) by studies in
France, England, and the USA,2 with a 1989 Minnesota study finding less than
1 % to 1.5% of teenage boys or girls
3
viewing themselves as either "bisexual or
homosexual."
The actual percentage of homosexuals in the population is scientifically relevant
when reviewing "sexual orientation" research. The homosexual literature cites
chi Id abuse data of 1 in 4 gi rls (25%) by age 18, to po int out heterosexual abuse
rates. Based on The Advocate data, a similar number 21 % of boys are abused
by 15 years and 24% by 18 years, by homosexual males. In their FBI Report on
"Child Pornography and Sex Rings," Lanning and Burgess (1984) suggested the
earlier boy abuse data of "one in six" (17%) boys was undercounted:
The numbers for male victimization are more hidden, perhaps because
boys are reluctant to admit to up to being victimized. However, clinical
data are increasingly suggesting that boys may be at equal risk for
Heterosexual v. Homosexual Child Victimization
sexual victimization since they are the preferred target of habitual
pedophiles and victims of child sex rings (: 10).
2
The Advocate data support Lanning and Burgess, and homosexual researchers
have recorded 73% of "gay" males self reporting sex with boys"
Figure 1: Overall Male Population Data
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FiguresStatistical Abstract of the US 1992; Department of Commerce Library of
Congress No. 4-18089
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98'10 Estimated Male
Heterosexu al s
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2% Estimated Male
Homosexuals
90053000
Total Adult Males: USA
Statistical Abstract
1992
Differences between the male heterosexual majority (reliably reported as 95% to
98.8%).5 and the homosexual minority (reliably reported as anywhere from 1.1 % to 2%)
are especially important should child sex abuse data reflect higher rates of pathological
behavior--such as child sexual abuse--among one orientation versus the other.
Figure 2: Statistically, 2 million homosexual males abuse 8 million boys
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21% of ArNOCATE
Gays Claim They Were
Sexually Abused by
Adults by Age 15
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24% of ADVOCATE
Gays Would be
Sexually Abused by
Adults by Age 18
What Percent of the 2%
Adult Male Homosexual
Population Abuses 21%
-24% of Boys?
Figure 2: Absent numbers of deviant female abusers, roughly 1,801,060 homosexual
males are implicated in sexual abuse of an estimated 7,040,000 boys under the age of
15 (more boys than the entire Chicago population) or 8,140,000 boys under the age of
18
6
, almost the entire population of New York
1
The Advocate eliminated roughly
1,100,000 boys ages 15 to 18 from its ('child abuse category". These boys would
increase the victim pool to 8,1400,000--abused by "adults" only. The Advocate stated
earlier "AIDS is the seventh leading cause of death among 14-23-year olds in the
United States". Hence teenagers over 14 should be included in these data.
Figure 3: At 25% abuse. most girls are victimized by heterosexual males. Roughly 88 million
adult and older juvenile males are implicated in 1he sex abuse of nearly 8 million girls,
implicating 9% of the heterosexual male population in some level of girl sex abuse.
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Population Figures: Statistical Abstract ot the US 1992; Oepartment or Com merce
Llbrllry of Congress No. 4-18089
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VictimS Estimated by
Age 18
W hat Percentage of the
98% M ale Heterosexual
Population Abuse 26%
of American Girls?
Figure 4: Looking at raw numbers, roughly 9% of all heterosexual offenders at 1 victim per man
could be offenders vs. 100% of homosexuals at 4 boy victims per man. Since it is improbable,
that 100% of homosexuals abuse and boys especially, four boys per man, a significant gay
subgroup actively assaults immense numbers of boys. Clearly 2% of the adult male population
homosexual) abuses an estimated 24% of American boys.
The Advocate Boy & General Gil Ie hlld Sex Abuse Data Compared to Estimated Adult
Male Population Figures (US Stat. Ab. 1992) by Heterosexual & Homosexual Orientation
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2% Estimated
Adult Male
Homosexuals
21 % Advocate
Boy Sex
Abu se Victim s
Under16
25% Estimated
Girl Sex
Abuse Victim s
Under 18
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98% Estimated
Adult Male
Heterosexuals
Dr. Gene Abel, et ai, in their clinical research "Self-Reported Sex Crimes of
Nonincarcerate Paraphiliac" (1987) found rates of child sexual abuse to be dramatically
skewed.
s
Abel reported that his sample of 153 self-confessed homosexual pederast
offenders admitted 22,981 boy victims . The mean victims per offender was 150.2 boys.
Self-admitted data for 224 self-confessed girl abusers was 4,435 victims, a mean of
19.8 girl victims per offender. The figure for homosexual child abuse is supported by
other research findings by Abel on homosexual behavior. He reported pederasts:
sexually molest young boys with an incidence that is occurring from five
times greater that the molestation of girls .... nonincarcerated child molesters
admitted to from 23.4 to 281.7 [One finds decimal parts of victims
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problematic] acts per Offender ... .wh6se targets were males (Abel, et a., pp.
32-50, 44, 48). \
Based on Abel's research, as well as\the data on the (500) average male homosexual
partners, a higher bound estimate of boy victims is reasonable. The wide discrepancy
between Abel's self-reports of pederasts and his heterosexual population, finds
homosexual pederasts Significantly more lethal by nature. Mathematically, were
heterosexual males to abuse girls at even a fraction of the rate of self-reported
homosexual boy abuse, each American girl would be abused multiple times over.
Figure 5: The Abel Data: 150 Boy Victims Versus 20 Girl Victims Per Offender
160
140
120
100
80
50
40
20
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"Self-Reported Sex Crimes 0' Nonlncarceraled Paraphilk" {Dr. Eugene Abel, at at..
Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Vol. 2, No.1, March 1987,6·26)
150.2
Mean Number of Boys
V i ~ t i m Ized Per
Homosexual Offender
19. 8
Mean Number of G ir's
Victimized Per
Heterosexual Offender
While population statistics find heterosexual males significantly less likely to abuse
children than homosexuals, this is hardly a "Bill of Health" for heterosexuals, since the
estimates are 8 million abused girls and 8 million abused boys9.
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Figure 6: Either all homosexuals abuse 4 victims each, or a portion of homosexuals abuses
masses of boys, or some combination of both.
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Population Figures: Abstract or the US 1992: Department 01 Commerce
Lib rary of C ong ress No. 4-18089
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100% Of 2 M Hlian
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Abusing 4 Times E q ua I
All Abused Boys
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Males
Abusing 1 Time Equals
A II A bused Girls
As is clear in the graphs above, while not all homosexuals or heterosexuals abuse
children, child abuse is a statistical characteristic of male homosexual orientation
versus a statistical aberration of heterosexual orientation. Similar orientation statistics
apply to fidelity, monogamy, parenting, longevity. drug use and the like. The desire for
sex with youths would have several causes, few of which can be addressed here.
CONCLUSION:
The findings on child sex abuse are more fully addressed in the complete The
Reisman and Johnson Report (1994).
Whether we use the general 17% boy abuse data or the 21 % to 24% Advocate abuse
figures, boy victims, like girl victims, are largely sexually violated by homosexual males-
-adults and older juveniles. As, among other things, homosexual child abuse is a blow
to a boy's emerging sense of masculinity, it exerts a toll on boys which differ somewhat
from a girl's trauma. Some of the millions of abused boys and girls put their abuse
behind them, like a bad dream. Others' damaged sense of self, faith and gender
security will lead them into rebellion; prostitution, promiscuity venereal diseases, suicide
attempts, drug and alcohol use, petty or serious crime, or something as apparently
benign as poor school work and truancy. Some abused youths become operationally
normal adults but are unable to commit to a relationship. Some will fear marriage and
flee from love. Some who marry find themselves unable to parent properly, and some
abused boys and girls become physical and/or sexual abusers themselves,
pornography users, sex addicts, spouse and child batterers, child sex abusers, rapists,
and the like.
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Moreover, another trauma awaits boy abuse victims. Thousands of boys, infected by
adult AIDS carriers, have died and are dying of AIDS. The adult homosexual male
killers have escaped prosecution by blaming their youthful boy victims for their own
infection, telling the boys the adult men knew the boys were gay, that the boys wanted
sex, and the adults just obliged. In a rare and important clearly statement pointing to
homosexual men as the contagion factor for boys with AIDS, The Advocate claimed:
[O]ur community, the gay and lesbian community--and I particularly fault gay
men here---has done nothing to try and help our youth. Gay men view these
boys as recreational toys to be used. I have heard many stories of HIV-
positive men having unprotected sex with boys. They don't think it
matters .... AIDS is the seventh leading cause of death among 14-23-year aids in
the United States .... Teenagers are the next wave of the epidemic .... 1 have a lot
of friends that are 20, 22, that have AIDS now. They got it in high school. But
they didn't show the signs until later .... Once a kid is living on the street, anything
can happen--prostitution, drugs, even casual sex with people they feel safe with
(emphasis added. The Advocate, March 24. 1992, pp. 39-41).
7
In short, while the abuse calculations are based on the U.S. population statistics
(1991), no matter how one calculates these data, heterosexual offense rates against
children remain a minute "fraction" of the homosexual abuse rate. Therefore the
calculations indicate the "level of deviance" to be significantly higher for homosexual
abuse of boys than for heterosexual abuse of girls. At the same time, the calculations
imply that heterosexual child sex abuse is by no means the norm, but rather likely
restricted to under 10% of the population. This is what the calculations imply. Until and
unless other data can be found which logically displace these calculations, these
findings will have to be considered appropriate answers.10
ENDNOTES
Judith Reisman and Edward Eichel (1990), Kinsey, Sex and FraUd. Lafayette, LA: Huntington House.
2 Playboy's 1971 research found a 1% homosexual population. the National Academy of
Sciences 1988 study found 1.6% to 2%; with the Battelle study (1993) finding a 1% "gayn
population.
3 Gilbert Herdt (Ed). Gay and Lesbian Youth (1989) NYC: Huntington Park Press. pp. 4, 29, 188.
Despite the absence of alleged "homosexual" youth, society should shortly experience a major
increase in young homosexuals. For, as homosexual academic activist, Gilbert Herdt explains in
Gay and Lesbian Youth (1989). by the 19805 "gay culture began to institutionalize 'socialization
techniques' u to transmit homosexuality "to a younger generation" and to encourage "the coming
out process in teens .... focusing on ... youth " despite their comment that "one in four" boys will die
of AIDS, since youngsters are "very susceptible to sexually transmitted diseases.
4 AP. Bell and M.S. Weinberg, Homosexuafities (1978). New York: Simon and Schuster. Further, the
unanimous Canadian Supreme Court decision February 1992 to outlaw pornography as
faCilitating child sexual assault of children and women
4
is especially relevant to homosexual
rates of child abuse. Pornography is prototypically homosexual (91 % of the top 35 "gay"
magazines are pornographic, pomography is displayed in all "gayM bookstores, bars, baths
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discos, and sundry clubs). Sex addiction fuels sex abuse in general so that boy sex abuse would
be a homosexual acting-out of the sex addiction problem.
S From a statistical perspective, the current debate on a "bisexual" (eg., have 2%-4% of men
have had some passing homosexual experience) population, is irrelevant to this discussion of
boy versus girl child sexual abuse.
6 Child protection data find boys and girls generally sexually abused by males, often juvenile males and
often in association with pornography. Department of Justice, and other standard girl and boy child sex
abuse data, define child abuse victims as those under 18, and older juveniles "count" as abusers in such
"heterosexual" data collections. Although their 21 % abuse rate is 4% over the highest 17% estimates of
boy abuse. The Advocate self report data exclude boys 15 years or older despite the fact that high
schoolers, 15 to 17 years-olds, are key targets for male sexual victimization.
7 The World Almanac Book of Facts; 1994.
B Along with massive sex activity in general, Bell and Weinberg reported 14% of blacks
and 25% of white homosexuals and Magnuson 73% of white homosexuals self-
reporting sex with boys. Bell and Weinberg note roughly 75% of the 5000 white
homosexual males interviewed also admitted between 100 to over 500 sex partners
and 25% included juveniles.
9 Boys now must learn what girls just recently have been taught--that sexual contact
with elders is not their fault and that boys and girls must report any such assaults
immediately to the authorities.
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APPENDIXG
A SELECTION OF NORMATIVE
(WASHINGTONIAN AND)
ADVOCATE ADVERTS
FROM EARLY AND LATER YEARS
OF PUBLICATION
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gener.alJ:y s0e-k to meet and -.;:
mate with younger wDmeu, "Nb1Ie ..-r.':
wotne-n prefer- whQ theiT
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peycholog1st Andr-ew F- f-Iayes of ,-
Cornell University fo .... nd when hEt··-
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naarked -similarity or ll["efc.--
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sexuals is Hay-e1; "Wrote --
a recent JournaJ of Social ..
PsychDlogy .
Thelie -sintilaritieCl ace all the ..
ID.OTC becauee
gists that he-tern8exuals"
age preferenc..es are related to
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sexual value phYJ:li ..
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or sexual sbnply pre-
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Ihlngs just as much! Canlidenl. knows who Ihey ilre.
whal they want &. where they're gorng. Is thiS me or Is
Ihis yoU?I Let's lind out and have some run! Pheto
appr8C'ated. ISO 39-493 Washingtonren,
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IN SEARCH OF
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an emac:lYe. fit. slim and cons;o:ierate pro/esslonal
[emale 125·35) WIth a sense o{ hllrno, [or
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offbeal. seeks rnendsl1ip maybe romance ISO lun.
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ISO 55-<193 WashinglonianNOICEMAIL T 21B2. (
SJF - 29 yo petite beaury With curves and brains. I'm
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law) and broad interesls: free·lance writer. strong
Interesl In RUSSIan and E. Europa. extens,ve lorelgn
travel. spons (tenms. running), classical musIc
and community Involvement ISO aClive. brainy woman
wllh diverse interests. streak 01 playfulness and love 01
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A93 Washingtonian. ........
SJM - COMMUNICATES, PUTS SEAT DOWN
Tall, attracllve, alhletlc 30 yo wi slrong amns!
broad shoulders who's oulgoing, lunny. genUinely
canng & working on lsi mlillen. Enjoys Dewey,
Iravel, movies, Calvin &. Hobbes. aporta &.
58lnfeld. Keeps finding Miss Rlgnl No..... ISO
Miss RighI. A similar woman, beaulltul In mind,
body &. spint, 10 shane a paasion tor lite, luel and
a mutually nurturing relallonsh'p, It's lime for
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Box 111, 5430 Lane "-
Columbia, MD 21044
SJM - 34 aCllve, anracUve. success/ul. honest. lalQ
back. easy going and Old fashioned. seel<lng compall.
Dis lemale lor fun. poSSible Se/leus relallonshlP. Send
and phone number ISO tj0-493
anNOICEMAIL -a- 2237,
SJM - 26, athle\lc. aware. tunny and nIce Into: mUSIC
(WHFS. Rairl. Collrane, Bach, etc,), books. Iravel.
movies. tennis. Orieles, ISO bnght, IiI. aClive. 20's SJF
Wllh courageous spirit and good heart. ISO 158·
493 W8.!lhmglonlsn.
SJM - 34. 5·5'· +. blOnd. hazel eyes, well bUilt.
attraclive. alhlelic. lunny, Wlnv. romantic. out·
oeors. Humane Society.
slonal. 1001<$ lorward never ISO NS, pretty. fit. 5/
DJF, 28·35 ready to snare Ilr.'s adventures as a
leam Photo appreciated, ISO 46-493 Washingtonian.
" SJM - 46, 5'B"', llandsome. fit, outgOIng. EnlOYS
travel. phOIO<;lraphy. tllcycllng, museums. ISO bright •
fun lOVing, aiender SJF, 35040. non·smok,ng. oeSinng
lovLnQ relalionship ISO 1 I 3-493 Washingtoni-
an.
SJM - 30. ovel·educat&d poliCY wonk, InlrospeclLve,
good·lookln{. likes people. conversation, old rock ano
roll, dancing. tenniS. running ISO SF Wllh gooo sense ot
humor and sense of sell, aduca:ed. unprelentious,
atllactive. ISO 196-493 Washingtonian .
SJM - politIcally rnconect acadsmlC. 30·s. fit and
handsome. loves Israel, cinema, reading and Ihe
ouldoors, ISO petile. good·locklng, Intelilgeni SJF undar
35. Photo apJrecraled. ISO 176·493 Washinglon'an,
SJM - Tall, ivy-educaled. outgoIng.
bus,ness lawyer. ,41. bIker. hlkel, ar·lalci1llecture buH,
ready lor comm,lment ISO 198-493 WashingtonianJ
VOICE MAIL T 2252.
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IN SEARCH OF IN SEARCH OF IN SEARCH OF
SJM: 44 YO PRODIGAL SON- eleven years SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONAL DWM- 50, 6'1", SWF - 37. 5'10", 9UBl. allrac1lve, warm, intelligent,
beachcombing third world. Now leaching govemmenl nonsmoker, seel<s at!ractlve secure SIOF 10 share communicalor, likes tennis, foreign travet, lime V/jth
abour computers. Handsome Income despite wor1<ing companionship, friaMshlp. leading to long.lerm rela· friends, seeking .simile r SJDWM wr\o wants a DeSI fnend
only t 78 days, leaves time to play squash. sail, dO tronS/llp. Inlerests Include sailing. travel, outdoors, for life. ISO 20Q...493 Washingtonian
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friend and family stuff, live Ii Ie QUIet content Even candlelight dining, laughler Send nOle. photo to
Republicans are gone. ISO Jewish lady with "femme ISO 203·493 Wa!!llingtonian
"'- SWF - 33, 5'7", 125, blonO half. blue eyes. an'active
fatale" lace who Is ISO honesry, devotIOn. fun. love PO
prolesslOl'lsl loves travel, skiing, tenniS. golf. thealre,
BOX 26001, ARLINGTON. VA 22215,
opera seeks the liner thmgs In life ISO SDWM 35-45

SUGARDADDY, HANDSOME GENEROUS - mature
attracllve, very athlstlc. non-smoklng, intelligent. good
43, ISO CHEERFUL SEXY WF 20s Steady caring
sense 01 humor, loves ille, Willing to make a
SJWF I.OVELY- Brrght and fun 10 be with - discreet relationship. ISO 38-493 Washingtonian,
commItment PhOIO appreciated, ISO 54·493 Wash·
Deslf';s to meet tall, secure. successlul male age fifties
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MAIL. 2181,
10 Sixties with passion for IIle, Enjoy£ goll,
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mUSIC, tl1eatfe and Irrendship ... ISO 22-483 Washlnglo·
nianNOICE MAIL ... 2163.
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SUNDAY MORNING - breaKfast in bed, the funnies SWF- 33. 5'3", 115, blown hair. brown eyes,
and you, AttractIVe, carrng SWF, 36, 5'6" slender attractive profeSSional loves Iravel, goll, movies,
SMART, SLENDER, AITRACTIVE SJF-
blonde professional - curiOUS. spontaneous, a linte reading mysteries and the beaCh. ISO SWM. 3C).40 with
very
misch ievlou S and loves to laugh. ISO relationship good sense 01 humor, fun loving and willing
youthful 40. advanced degreed prolessional and
leading to mamaoe with SJDWM. 32-42 non-smOking 10 make a commitment. Photo apprecIated. ISO 112·
gourmet cook proles:smg ltumamS\lc values. eclectiC
(genlle) man WIlling to share Iile's ups and downs, all 493 WashlngtOfllanNOICE MAil .. 2207.
and holistiC Interests, seeks progresSIve, educated,
for lhe sake 01 Sunday mornings. Notelrecenl photo
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good·heaned SlDWM, ISO 133·493 WaShIngtonian.
please, PO BOX 2075, ARLINGTON, VA 22202.
SWF - 32, caring. honest. nonjudgmentsl. sensit,ve,
,
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aUlet, house-poor, nonintellectual, nonCleQreed, 5'6",
SMILING BLUE.EYED BLONDE ATHI.ETE.
a\lerage welgnt ISO SIDWM (nol separated). emotion·
DANCER- aoven\urous, happy, warm, DWF (no
SWF - SO's, phYSICian's widow, bright, slender. rllce
ally communicahve, nonjudgmental, caflng, tactfully
children), 32, 5'5", work in Internalionat trade. ISO
loolang 5'5" with Iinancial independence, Warm.
honest. humorous, preferably over 40. average weight
companion to enjoy sunny sprmg days, sports. evening
caring, hones I Enjoys Ihe tmer things In life, Sharing
or thin. 5'10" or taller. for weekend companionship.
sunsets, Inlerestlng talks. leisurely drinks outCloors,
8(\, theatre, mUSIC. Kennedy Cente', skiing, beacl\es,
Mus. be carowner, homeowner and taxpayer. Intere .. s
NOle, photo appreciated. ISO 232-493 Washingtonian
hne dining, ISO SWM 48+ hIghly accomplished
InClude music, our friends, your tamlly, window-
successful man of substance. romantic, secure,
shOPPing, an gatleries, outings No pllone inlro.
It:
anraCtlVe, good humor Note end pholo please,
ISO 15-493 WashlngtonlanNOICE MAIL. 2160
SPECIAL, BRIGHT, HUMOROUS - oUtgomg. pnoles·
ISO 23B-d93 WashlngtonlanNOICE MAil. 2268. "-
sionat SJF With multitude O. mterests, 5'5", slender, \.. SWF- 36. Intellectually curious, I nte rnationally
(been called beautilul), energelic, non-smoking, heslth
Oriented, 5'8". sttraclive. profeSSional. Interests -
and environmentally conscious ISO intelligent, suc· SWF - 43, 5tt Blnches and thin, a man who is world affslfs, travel. Paris, long conversations, cafes,
cess'ul. emotionally and finanCially secure mensch 30· nOI atrald 01 a successlul and self·confldent woman. Greek ISla MS. skIIng. spotted owls, NPR. ISO S/DWM
43 lor possibilrties Including marriage and chilOren PO He musl be emotionally and finanCially secure, PtElase 35-45, serious, slightty eccentflc, very inleiligent.
BOX 4813, MCLEAN. VA 22103NOICE MAIL 'It 2248. do not send a pllOtO, but I woulO appreciate a note, allraollve. mternatlonal/EurOpean ,nlerests. ISO 197·
ISO 3()'493 Washingtonian
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SWF - Intetllgent, anicutste, attracllve. compassion'
SPIRITED, PROFESSIONAL - pet·owner, DWF
SWF - 34. 5'3", ahractlve, succsssiul profeSSional
ate, n.cely built, 32. Rehsnes good conversation. books,
seeks lOVing, phYSically til, '"endly, non·smokmg man
animals. day triPS, music ISO SWM best friend, NS,
for companionship and commitment. ISO 213-493
for a Fortune 30 C<lmpany EnJOYS snow skIIng. bike
who IS well'eoucated, caring. soll·spoken, tolerant,
riding and staying fit. Good sense of humor. traditional
WashlngtonlanNOICE MAIL 22BI.
values, well·travelled, adventurous, liVing in No, Va, ISO
aniculate. somewhat shy. and feels somewhat
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SlDWM who's not afraid 01 a relalionshlp and shares
awlcward abou1 answering thiS ad, ISO 21 ·493 WaSh-
Similar values and interests. PhOto appreciated.
ingtonian.
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ISO 251-493 Wash,nglonlanNOICE MAil. 2277.
SPIRITUALLY INCLINED - SWF, beautIful fblue·eyed
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SWF - NO GLASS SLIPPER. TO LEAVE AT THE
blonde, slender). warm. Intelligent, creallVe, romantiC,
BALL - will have to lind my own Pflnce Charming.
sensrtlve. ENFP, ideas.person, POlltloally progresSive,
SWF - 34, auractlve, size 14, profeSSional ISO tall Ways peopte oesc rI be me gooO·narured, attraCtive,
proiesslonal, nonsmoker ISO simIlar SJDWM (very
SWM to cure spring lever, let's slart a tllendship, buxom, unpretenlious, Independenr. lunny ISO SDWM,
handsome, 30·50) for splfllual growth ano marnage.
wstch Ihe Ilowers bloom and maybe lall ,n love likes NS, 38-55. Hurry before I lurn Into a pumpkin.
Photo and leiter describing salt/lite goalS, ISO 230·493
outdoors, txlseball. beach anQ romantic dinners.
ISO 195·493 washlnglon,anNOICE MAIL 'S' 2251.
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SF'ORTS AUTHORln- - nol lust a shopper but a
llJ
SWF - 36. pretty, caring. unassuming ISO speCial
player TenniS. SWimming, diVing, fishing, I hit most
SWF - 33, atlractlve, wno enfOYS [\Jnnlng. S/DWM 34-45 With warmtn and Integ Illy. rsady lor long
depa rt me nts. But also slip over the border - to
bIking, music, readmg. travelling. Ihe beach and lerm relationship PO BOX 19113, ALEXANDRIA, VA
Boroers, that Is, Avid reader and wordsmith of fantasy
animals ISO SIDWM, 28-38 with Similar Interests for
22320
P end lacl Am SWF 45. attractive, Isan. Looking 10f
(riendshlp and committed relationship. ISO 66·493
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lunny. conlident. opinionaleo, Intelligent guy, 35·50
Washingtonian.
RSVP If YOltle sllgntly emoarassed bul eager lor an
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SWF 37- 5'4", preny, slenOer, funny,
aCllve, non·borlng relationShiP, ISO 7C).493 WaShing·
SWF - Beautiful. petite, well litled, hlghty educated
warmhearted prolesslonat I enjoy skIIng, hiking,
tonlan, ,
ISO handsome, young, well lilted, sweet nature SWM
boating, travel. tSO Ihoughtlul. snlculate, unpreten·
lious, well rounded, profeSSional counterpan to share
SPRING
for friendship. 'un, healthy recreation and sport, Recent
the lun exc,tement ot a romanllc spring aM tifellme!
FLING SUMMER LOVER •.• - and then
lult length photO and nole please ISO 99-493 Wash·
some! Petite. upbeal profeSSional 38 DWF EnJOyS Ingtonlan.
PO BOX 2332. SilVER SPRING. MD 20915·23321
dancing. beacltes. moments. ISO 0001 man lor \ VOICE MAil. 2242,
IUClous. lOVing relalionshlp, ISO 14·493 Washlngtonl'
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SWF- 37, prolesslonal. attractive, athletiC. never
SPRING IS HERE! - Columbia DWF 42. biondellllue,
U***iJ-*1:i***-i1*v
married, lun, blonde half/green eyes, Interests Include
lootball, movies, travel, and more, ISO SWM with
healthy, ettrachve, NS, degreed profeSSional entrepre·
IN SEARCH OF
slmltar interests who IS shy yet friendly BoX 18t3.
neur, happy wilh Ii Ie bUl looking lor one dynamiC
9601 Seven lockS RO. W. Bethesda, MD 208t7
minded SDWM 42·54 lor 'riend, panner, lover - to
SOMEONE SPECIAL?

share adventures, & treasure In monogamous,
reclprocel relationship Favo"tes, ootooors, camping,
TR Y THE WASHINGTONIAN
SWF - 39, 5'4 ". slender, attractIVe engineer, enjOYS
lazy Sunday mornings, cooking for lamllylfflands.
SCience, mOVIes, reaolng, an. tenniS: one teenage son,
cruising, good conversation. art/music. Orioles, Kenne·
CLASSIFIEDSt ISO Intellectual SWM, tSO 223·493 Wasnlngtonlan.
dy Center. Wolf Trap. Note, phone. (photo opt.onal)
IT'S SO EASY TO MEET SINGLES \
ISO 30..493 Washingtonian, ,
WHO INTEREST YOU!!!
SWF - Slender. atlractive, success(ul, 5'6", green'
SPRING ROMANCE - IS my desrre, I'm 38. SWF,
FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO
eyed, SWF ISO educated SWM 40-50 With substance.
attract,ve, lit. optimistic. happy and love laughter,
style. humor, and yen for ethnic cuisine, Enjoy athleticl
moonlight. hugs. mountains. Havel, togetherness. ISO RESPOND BY MAILORBY PHONE
cultural actiVities, travel (nearllar), mYSlery novels, ana
SlDWM who's kindheaned, Sincere, lunloving, monog8'
TURN TO PAGE 165 MacKnlgnt. If YOU're lOOKing tor frrendshlp eod more,
mous and IS Wishing for a Ilfeume romance. ISO 24()-
ISO 254-493 WashingtOnian.
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STRAWBERRY BLONDE. NS. SWF - prolesslonal SWF 29 - 5'7"', SieMer, long hSlf, really Deautilul,
ISO tall, handsome, late 40's prolessionat SWM who IS
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warm. jun. profeSSional. Loves oonversat,on. lravel,
honest, open and athletiC who likes to ski. canoe, outdOors, animals ISO SWM. 29·39, well educaled,
Oance, bike, and Iravel. Photo app,eciated. Write successful. aMrachve, S'lO" & taller, physically ht.
ISO 17·493 Washingtonian.
ISO 211·.493 WashinglllnlanNOICE MAIL T '\
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174 THE
IN SEARCH OF
SWM PHYSICIAN - 40, with open and compassion
ate heart: many talents, as musician. writer, athlete.
comedian: endeanngly cute. great body, ISO tasting
retationship with SWF 28·36 who values heallh.
affection, spiritual growth, Physical chemiStry. Vlbra·
tlonal compatibility essential. Please send photo, letter.
PO BOX 21535. BALTIMORE. MD 21208.
SWM - 1955 P,sees Mooel, tow miles, excellent
condrtion. handsome extenor. warm interior, garaged In
No Va .. 6'1··. 190IbS., business owner, ISO altractive.
shapely, outgoing s/DWF 28·36, NS, lor best hiend, t st
mate for my powerboat. shanng everyday Ille, pOSSible
marriage and family t enJoy werking oul, dining oul,
claSSIC rock, and gooo "lends. among olher
things, Like to kick the tires? Send Note, Photo, Phone
to PO BOX t 098, SPRINGFIELD. VA 2215 t,
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SWM, 25, PROFESSIONAL - attractive, ,nlelllg&nt,
successtul. nalive Washingtonian enjoys sports. travell·
rng, Seeks prolessional attractive SWF ISO 21 <I
.493 WashingtonlanNOICEMAIL 9 2262.
SWM - 34, 5'1 , •.. prolesslonal. eduOataCl. EnJOYS
moviss, dining out Ii dancing Ready for serrou.
relatlonshrp with e warm. smeere Ii educated lady, age
IS not Imperlant 10 me, honesty IS, Note &
PO BOX 11303, ALEXANDRIA, VA
VOICE MAil ... 2162.
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SWM as - sensual. SUpportive, attracllve,
Iliking. scholarly, programmar, Interesting hobbres.
SWF's pluses: t()(\glsn hal(, somewhat lull Ilgure.
ereativa. Intereslrng personality, ISO 68-493 Washing·
ton'an.
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SWM - slrghtly seekir>g SWF who's equally
paranOid aboul IInswerrng and placrng personal aels,
I"m 40, 6-3, t95, nice 100kJng and reasonably well off,
The question is - ;s there a SWF who's to pan
with a stamp. envelope and a mce letter to frnd out
more? Believe me, I'm worth it' tSO 6>493 Wasnlng·
tonian,
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SWM - SMOKER - 42 - ProfeSSional. ISO caring,
sensllive, attractive woman 10 shar" tM challenga 01
Ideas, fhe grace 01 nature, the harmony 01 pannershlp
and the joy 01 be,ng together, PO BOX 517. LANHAM,
MD 20706, h
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SWM - 34. Tall. attracllve ISO SWF for fun, romance,
rela!ronshrp. PO BOX 165. CATHARPIN, VA 22018.
'10,.
SWM - 41, tatt, handsome, intelligent, alhletlc,
honest, sincere. well·educated. fhoughtJul professional
with Inlegrlty. humor, traditronal values, ISO allfaclive
S/DWF thlflysometnlng, Letterlpholo PO BOX 921,
ARLINGTON, VA 22216, VOICE MAIL .. 2197,
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SWM 26 - 5·,0··, thin. anractlve, ISO S/DF who
enjoys gallenes, ethn,c food, foreign films. and Quaint
inns PO BOX 30314, BETHESDA, MD 20814, ,
SWM 39 - WALDORF ENGINEER - 5·t 1··. steMer.
clever. attractive. unpratentious, non·smoklng. IndlVI·
dualistic, with integrity. Likes anllTlllls, mu·
seums. bikin g, music, pholog r aphy. ga rden I ng. swing,
ethniC restaurants and romance. Trust, honesty,
commitment. mutual respect, synergy and commun'ca·
tlOtl are paramount. Seeking pleasant. trim S/DWF with
time. Ges"e 'or relationshiP, ISO Washlngtonl·
an,
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SWM - WIdower. 53. nonrelrglOUS. qUiet
type, Likes ethn,o restaurants, PBS, baroque music.
scrence. Looking lor an intelligent, warm, trim lady to
sMre Irte.ISO 221·493 Washington,an.
SWM - 31 yrs. 6·2·', 2101bs. Allractlve, Fr<endty.
Professional. EnjOy brcycllng. off·bea! movies. mu·
seums. ISO smart. easy.qolng SJDF Age/race unimpor·
tant ISO 12·493 WashIngtonian/VOICE MAil ..,
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176 THE WASHINOTONIAN
IN SEARCH OF
TAKE A. CHANCE, INVEST 2ge - allractrve,
energetic. WDWF. 5·4", into fitness. golf, tenniS.
enjoy,ng hfe. ISO WDWM, 48·58'sh prolessionaf with
sense of humor. PO BOX 12216, SILVER SPRING, MD
20908,
TALL, FUN, SUCCESSFUL - handsome DWM, 52,
healthy, calm WF counterpart fortylsh who might
enjoy sallln9. biCYCling, golf. romance Photo.
ISO 123·493 Washington.anNOICEMAIL .. 2214,
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TENDER HEART I GENTLE SOUL
S WM, 32, hand..,." e, olender. green-eyed IIOftw are
prole.sional. Lover 01 ooDYerBaUOn, music and
occa.aional irreveren,t/.kilHuI repartee. Seek, awao-
intelligent, kindred spirit wr
dining, bea"hes and good, old-fashioned
fun-filled complUlionship laud Photo!
note approoiated.
ISO 103-493 W .... hiJIgtonian
VOICE MAIL • 22.s
TALL HANDSOME N.Y, EXEC. - 47 who travels to
D.C, seeks special, attractive, intelligent lemale fnend
for 9 Y, week Iype relationship based on fun, friendship,
romance. Sand photoiphone. ISO 96-493
an,
TEDDY BEAR NEEDS BETTY BEAR - SWM, 33,
5'5··, ISO SF. to 35 for G,cltlng romantic
monOgamous relalronship, Smoker OK. PO BOX 2962,
GAITHERSBURG, MD 20886. Alt answered
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TEENAGE KIDS, TOO MANY DOGS - Energetic but
financially slruggling intelligent caring petite single
mom ISO wealthy generous child loMng understanding
anIma! nut? PO BOX 1552. VIENNA, vA 221 eo.
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TO RESPO}\/D
TI).4 \/1)'(:£ ltJA.'L .4D
C.4'JL
1.(900).933.001 B
32.0(' a min .. 'f"'
TENNIS A + - Very selective DWF. 5·e·', 45. auburn
hair. slender, curvaceous. descflbed by Irrends as
baing strlklngty al1raC'tive. Well·traveled, eXCiting
background, wenderful sense of hUmor. ISO very
anractive, proleSSlonal SDWM, 40's, 5'10" +. good
conversationalist. lun, enjoys lennis/gol'. and IS
panicular aoout the company he Photo
apprecrated. ISO 220-493 Wesningtonlan.
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THfS HUMOROUS, HEALTHY - slightly eclecllC.
country squire seeks to share a caring and meaningful
relationship with an anractlve, I(lm. N/S, lady with
Slrong family values and a hunger lor nature and
travelrng. I am 54, 6 feet, with a teddy bear· phYSique -
penset for hugg'ng. ISO 7 t -493 Washingtonian \
TRAVELER (DWF 45) - tSO recent vIg,tor of tea
plantation 10 Sri Lanka. You responded to my 2/93 ad
(as above) but need pholle number or address to get in
touch. ISO t Washingtonian. '

UNCOMMON SWF - 52, enthusiastiC, active, artrac·
tlve (brunette. 110112), Ivy·educated (a.dvanced de·
gree). 90v·t analyst. homeowner, tnlin.lte 'nterestsl
eclechc expenences Inctuding: latin America. big
dogs. art, polilics (Clinton Independsnl), polo, nature,
Inlernelional allal(shravel. NPR/PBS, gardenmg, family.
the water, NFL. mUSIC, more, ISO travelled, bearded (?).
Renaissance man. 50 +, for great fnendsh,p, PO BOX
, 1324. ALEXANDRIA. VA 22312. VOICE MAIL .. 2223,
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UNDENIABLY FUN LOVING - sman, tall, athletiC,
SWF who Is anraetive with "legs to die lor". seeks
energetiC, warm· hearted, conficient SJDWM (40-55) to
explore the possibilities of a relationship, Please send
me a note and tell me at>out yoursell, ISO 166-
493 Wash,n9l0nu;n. ,
IN SEARCH OF
Very Spacial SWM - S', 37, handsome. lrim MD
scientist, born super achiever, good na-
tured. warm, SlocerB, seneitiveJ sense of humor.
fully Amerlcanl:ted. I like trevel, jogging, sailing,
movies, night walks at the beach, romantic din-
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must.
ISO 49-493 Washin tonian
VERY PRETTY - out·golng. wam. professional,
cosmopolitan, lun·lovlng. slender. sexy and SIOC8re
SWF. 31. enjoys Il1e, has fun playing aU kinds Of Sports,
traveting and do'ng volunteer work ISO secure. smart,
active. professional. kind gentleman who likes 10
converse and laugh. Letter and photo appreciated
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DWM, mid-age, fun-loving, profession-
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WANTED - someone who Is MAN enough to love. to
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anything is better iI you share, to accepl challenges &.
grow. To be a fnendlpanner to this 41y.O. SWF, 5·10··,
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WE DESERVE T11E IIEST - WWF, 49, commltmenl·
minded, wants to develOp a permanent relationship
with a younger man or a man with young ideas. I am
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element to total blisB - a speCIal man. If you like
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could have fun. AnO, il lamily, friends and Inllrnacies
are Imporlant to you, we m'ght "make sparks fly·'. K'ds
are okay: I have one, Sena handwritten note and
photo, ISO 80-493 Wash'ngtonian.
WHIMSICAL AND ADVENTUROUS - thiS SWM, 40.
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guitar. Coulci use a good runmng panner or perhapS
someone who enjoys comtemperary fiction, GershWin,
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oltbeat lilms, Dooks, City Paper: folk, baroque and early
music: NYC and beards, ISO 187·493 Washlngton,an.
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