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February 15, 1996 | Mike Boehm
Pansy Division was booked to play at Cal State Fullerton on its current Southern California tour swing, but student promoters uninvited the openly gay band after having second thoughts about the explicit sexual content of its material. Richard Tai, entertainment director for the University Center Pub, said that Pansy Division was canceled not because of its gay themes but because of the rawness of some of its lyrics. "Basically, their lyrics are too vulgar to bring here," Tai said.
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February 15, 1996 | Mike Boehm
Pansy Division was booked to play at Cal State Fullerton on its current Southern California tour swing, but student promoters uninvited the openly gay band after having second thoughts about the explicit sexual content of its material. Richard Tai, entertainment director for the University Center Pub, said that Pansy Division was canceled not because of its gay themes but because of the rawness of some of its lyrics. "Basically, their lyrics are too vulgar to bring here," Tai said.
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February 15, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When it comes to extreme and risque content, Pansy Division steps way over the line of safety. This openly gay, unabashedly sexual and gleefully bawdy punk-pop trio from San Francisco sings the joys of homoerotic sex to the point where it can seem like 2 Live Crew coming from a different angle. Never mind whether it will play in Peoria; right now, Pansy Division is too much for Cal State Fullerton (see accompanying story).
ENTERTAINMENT
February 15, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When it comes to extreme and risque content, Pansy Division steps way over the line of safety. This openly gay, unabashedly sexual and gleefully bawdy punk-pop trio from San Francisco sings the joys of homoerotic sex to the point where it can seem like 2 Live Crew coming from a different angle. Never mind whether it will play in Peoria; right now, Pansy Division is too much for Cal State Fullerton (see accompanying story).
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