by Body Politic, Anita Bryant, Theresa Faubert, Michael Riordan, Gary Ostrom et al.
Toronto: The Body Politic, 1970. Four leaflets/handbills, 5.5x17 inches each, printed one-side-only, two with toning, one with toning and edgewear. Advertising for the Canadian LGBT news magazine. The Anita Bryant leaflet is in very good shape but for the address of the paper in ink at bottom. It states "So you think you've got rights? So did the gay people in Miami" illustrated with a b&w photo of Anita pursing her putrid lips. The other three advertise "The boys & the bard" an article on Shakespeare's gays and the Stratford Festival, More people in the gay liberation movement with photos of 9 activists and a full-size Ostrom cartoon on the last and most wron, toned leaflet.
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