An Open Letter to The Advocate

To the Editor: 
 
     Please find enclosed a copy of an Open Letter to Michele Kort. The link will also provide categories to assist in gleaning other relevant data.
 
 
    
 
     If the Advocate is a news source of the LGBT community, you should welcome an opportunity to celebrate Laura Nyro. A singer-songwriter, musician, who is the author of “Emmie’ Pop’s first lesbian love song.”  “Emmie” & “Timer,” 1968 “Désiree,” 1971, “Roadnotes” 1984,  “Walk The Dog & Light The Light” 1993, “Sweet Dream Fade,” and “Angel In The Dark” 1994, all represent love songs to a woman. which at the time was “The love that dare not speak its name.” 
       
     Laura Nyro was a bisexual, who  lived and embraced the radical, lesbian, feminist, subculture from1967 through 1997.
 
     There is presently a drive to nominate Laura Nyro for the Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame And Museum,
 
     The following link best summarizes the nomination efforts.
 
 
     Thank you RAB
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An Open Letter to Out

To The Editor

letters@out.com

     Please find enclosed a copy of an Open Letter to Michele Kort. The link will also provide categories to assist in gleaning other relevant data.

 
 
    
 
     As OUT is a news source of the LGBT community, I trust that you will welcome an opportunity to celebrate Laura Nyro. A singer-songwriter, musician, who is the author of “Emmie’ Pop’s first lesbian love song.”  “Emmie” & “Timer,” 1968 “Désiree,” 1971, “Roadnotes” 1984,  “Walk The Dog & Light The Light” 1993, “Sweet Dream Fade,” and “Angel In The Dark” 1994, all represent love songs to a woman. which at the time was “The love that dare not speak its name.” 
       
     Laura Nyro was a bisexual, who  lived and embraced the radical, lesbian, feminist, subculture from1967 through 1997.
 
     There is presently a drive to nominate Laura Nyro for the Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame And Museum,
 
     The following link best summarizes the nomination efforts.
 
 
     Thank you RAB