LGBT History Scotland

Glasgow Herald 1974

Free Kirk attack attitude on morals, GH 1974 May 16, 22d;

Homosexuals may be given civic reception [by Edinburgh Corporation], GH 1974 Jul 11, 6b; Jul 15, 6g, C;

Homosexuals snubbed [by Edinburgh Town Council], GH 1974 Jul 26, 22d;

Reception invitation sought [for Gay Rights congress], GH 1974 Jul 27, 7c;

Minorities Group seek law reform, Nov 2, 5h;

400 delegates for congress, GH 1974 Nov 29, 17h [or 27h];

Gay women call for recognition, GH 1974 Dec 20 ?

Women in Scotland are sex mates to be chatted up, family to be patronisec, or servants to be used and ignored. 
Ms Chris Campbell [said of comparing her to the male homosexual] the female homosexual neede far more. "Her non-acceptance is deeply rooted in society's belief that, whatever surface concessions are made, women exist for their sexual and domestic usefulness to men. Gay women  cannot be free to live as they wish until society's attitudes are changed." ...

Gay Rights reject 'sex education', Glasgow Herald 1974 Dec 23, ?;

A call for restructuring of sex education in schools to replace the "present brainwashng of children" was made yesterday at the International Gay Rights Congress ... calling on Trades Unions to support in their fights against discrimination and victimisation ...
Mr Derek Ogg said that coming generations had to be educated in order that "gay" persons among them should not have to suffer the same harassment homosexuals were faced with today.

[This is first year of mention of the word "Gay" in Glasgow Herald. Personal communication from by Neil Cameron & Jim Campbell c2003. The article above quotes the use of the word by a speaker. Perhaps this one does too?]