History of Gay and Lesbian Life in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Print Media - InStep Magazine

Instep Magazine- Issue Excerpts
Volume 1, Number 12 -- October, 1984
Cover image
Gay Side cartoon,
by Tom Rezza
(one of two this issue)
(page 32)
Gay Side cartoon,
by Tom Rezza
(one of two this issue)
(page 45)
We're Back !: Table of Contents
(page 3)
Group Notes: Mandala Counseling Services; Gay chorus forming; BWMT/ Black & White Men Together; CCF fundraising through United Way
(page 6)

Group Notes: Counseling Center of Milw seminar on gay/ straight dialogue; Christian Gay OK (CGOK) outreach; Mandala Counseling Service
(page 8)
Advert: Music Box (formerly Lost & Found) + Peter's on 4th
(page 9)
Letters +
Advert: M&M Club
(page 10)
Ad: Clay's Castaways
(page 11)
Steppin' Out: Catching up on bar openings and closings: Factory II, First Street, and Unicorn all closed; Lost and Found reopened as Music Box, and Shadows will reopen as Hot Legs; Boot Camp Saloon now open, and Grand Avenue Pub has re-opened.
(page 18)
Ad: The Shaft bar, in Club 219
(page 19)
Steppin' Out, cont.: BEST Clinic celebrated their 10th anniversary
+ Ad: Fannies Menu
(page 20)
Photos: Chuck Poulson (aka Charlotte Lorraine) and Phillip Parks (aka Patsy)
+ Ad: Fannies
(page 21)
Photos: MAGIC Picnic, Madison
(page 22)


Photos: Y.P./ Your Place,
+ Advert: C.C. Conrad Jewelers
(page 33)
(page 40)
(page 41)
(page 42)
(page 43)
(page 44)
(page 46)



Credits: All cover images and text from In Step copyrighted;
Thanks to William Attewell for permissions to reproduce select items.
Artwork of Tom Rezza reproduced with his permission.
Page design and format by Don Schwamb.
Last updated: December-2011.