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[Dallas Way Invitation]

Description: Announcement for an Outrageous Oral event on June 28th, 2012, sponsored by the Dallas Way organization. The event featured the storytelling of six different speakers with ties to the LGBT community.
Date: 2012-06~
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Michael Doughman, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Michael Doughman tells the story of the International LGBT Press Tour at Volume 21 of Outrageous Oral, held on May 12, 2016 at the Round Up Saloon in Dallas. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of GLBT storytelling hosted by The Dallas Way, a GLBT history organization. Robert Emery introduces Doughman.
Date: May 12, 2016
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Dickie Weaver and Mary Mallory, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Dickie Weaver and Mary Mallory tell the story of the Black Tie Dinner at Volume 21 of Outrageous Oral, held on May 12, 2016 at the Round Up Saloon in Dallas. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of GLBT storytelling hosted by The Dallas Way, a GLBT history organization. Robert Emery introduces Weaver and Mallory.
Date: May 12, 2016
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Michael Doughman aka Michael Lee, Outrageous Oral: Four Dallas Icons]

Description: A recording of Michael Doughman (aka Michael Lee) speaking at the "Four Dallas Icons" edition of Outrageous Oral held on May 21, 2015 in the Rose Room at S4 in Dallas. Doughman speaks about his "journey" as his drag persona, Michael Lee, particularly as a performer in AIDS benefit concerts in the early 1980s in Dallas. Doughman also talks about the aging process. At the end of the recording Doughman sings what appear to be two original compositions: "Part Time Woman" and "Streetwalker's Daughter" (sung to the tune of Loretta Lynn's "Coalminer's Daughter.") Doughman states this is his final performance as Michael Lee. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of GLBT storytelling hosted by The Dallas Way, a GLBT history organization.
Date: May 21, 2015
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Opening musical number, Outrageous Oral: Four Dallas Icons]

Description: A recording of the opening musical number of the "Four Dallas Icons" edition of Outrageous Oral held on May 21, 2015 in the Rose Room at S4 in Dallas. Four men in drag (Paul J. Williams, Michael Doughman, Richard Curtin, and Rodd Gray) lip sync the song "If You Don't See What You Want Up Here" from the 1963 Broadway show, Jackie Barnett's Playgirls. The voices of Cara Williams, Kay Stevens, Julie Wilson and Connie Russell can be heard. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of GLBT storytelling hosted by The Dallas Way, a GLBT history organization.
Date: May 21, 2015
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Rodd Gray aka Patti Le Plae Safe, Outrageous Oral: Four Dallas Icons]

Description: A recording of Rodd Gray (aka Patti Le Plae Safe) speaking at the "Four Dallas Icons" edition of Outrageous Oral held on May 21, 2015 in the Rose Room at S4 in Dallas. On the 30th anniversary of his move to Dallas, Gray reflects on how his life "really came together" when he moved to Dallas. During the height of the AIDS crisis, Gray wrote a column called "Dear Patti" for The AIDS Update and participated in benefit concerts like the Dallas Gay Alliance's War on AIDS. Gray talks about the severe grief he experienced in the 1980s when many friends died from AIDS, as well as the fulfillment he found raising money for charity. At the end of the video Patti Le Plae Safe performs "From A Distance" as sung by Bette Midler. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of GLBT storytelling hosted by The Dallas Way, a GLBT history organization.
Date: May 21, 2015
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Paul J. Williams aka Sister Helen Holy, Outrageous Oral: Four Dallas Icons]

Description: A recording of Paul J. Williams in character as Sister Helen Holy speaking at the "Four Dallas Icons" edition of Outrageous Oral held on May 21, 2015 in the Rose Room at S4 in Dallas. Williams shares the story of how he created the character of Sister Helen Holy, inspired by Dana Carvey's "Church Lady" character on Saturday Night Live. Williams walks out into the audience and interacts with audience members. Robert James Jeffress, Jr., pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, is the target of ridicule. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of GLBT storytelling hosted by The Dallas Way, a GLBT history organization.
Date: May 21, 2015
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Maggie Baker Watt, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Recording of Maggie Baker Watt speaking at Outrageous Oral, Volume 18: A Salute to Baker v. Wade, held from 6 - 8:30 PM on January 28, 2016 in the Rose Room of Station 4 in Dallas. Watt is the sister of Donald F. Baker, the plantiff in the historic Baker v. Wade case that challenged section 21.06 of the Texas penal code which banned homosexual conduct of any kind. Watt talks about her brother, the Baker v. Wade case, and Baker's legacy.
Date: January 28, 2016
Creator: Watt, Maggie Baker
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Richard D. Curtin aka Edna Jean Robinson, Outrageous Oral: Four Dallas Icons]

Description: A recording of Richard D. Curtin in character as his drag persona Edna Jean Robinson speaking at the "Four Dallas Icons" edition of Outrageous Oral held on May 21, 2015 in the Rose Room at S4 in Dallas. Curtin expresses outrage about Governor Rick Perry's opposition to gay marriage. Curtin credits Donna Day as his mentor. Fellow drag queen Pitiful Bitch and Todd Savell, Curtin's frequent collaborators, are mentioned. Curtin talks about his other drag personas, Elizabeth "Betty" Bliss and Heather Hardin. The story of Edna Jean Robinson's creation at a Turtle Creek Chorale retreat is told. A few times Curtin pauses his monologue while footage of pageant highlights are projected on the screen behind him. Curtin talks about his work as a "charity girl" (drag queen who raises money) and his work as a TCC (Turtle Creek Chorale) Angel, assisting those who contracted AIDS in the early 1990s. Curtin discusses the stigmas and prejudices he witnessed against those ill with HIV/AIDS when he visited AIDS patients in Dallas hospitals. Curtin's husband, Jack Bliss, is remembered. A video parody of the "Mary Tyler Moore Show" opening credits is shown, with Edna Jean Robinson walking through downtown Dallas. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of GLBT storytelling hosted by The Dallas Way, a GLBT history organization.
Date: May 21, 2015
Creator: The Dallas Way
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Dick Peeples, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Recording of Dick Peeples speaking at Outrageous Oral, Volume 18: A Salute to Baker v. Wade, held from 6 - 8:30 PM on January 28, 2016 in the Rose Room of Station 4 in Dallas. Peeples talks about Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code, Baker v. Wade, Lawrence v. Texas, and Texas v. Morales, as well as what it was like to be openly gay in Dallas, Texas, in the late 1970s.
Date: January 28, 2016
Creator: Peeples, Dick
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Pamela Buchmeyer, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Recording of Pamela (Pam) Buchmeyer speaking at Outrageous Oral, Volume 18: A Salute to Baker v. Wade, held from 6 - 8:30 PM on January 28, 2016 in the Rose Room of Station 4 in Dallas. Pam is the daughter of the late U.S. District Judge Jerry L. Buchmeyer, who decided in favor of Donald F. Baker in the Baker v. Wade decision. Pam shares "family stories" from behind the scenes of the Baker v. Wade case.
Date: January 28, 2016
Creator: Buchmeyer, Pamela
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections