London: Out Publications, 1985. 24p., tabloid format newspaper, mild toning and edgewear.
Cover story is "Skinhead disco success causes row at lesbian and gay centre," on the Moonstomp disco organized by the Gay Skinhead Movement (GSM). The event, held at a gay community center, led to a protest by "an ad-hoc group of gay women." The article states that "The GSM has been quick to defend the event. A spokesman for the event said that all of the sixty skins who attended had been careful not to offend Centre users and staff. People had not sported Union Jacks or swastikas and the mix of people (with black men and women present) had proved that no 'intimidation' went on." Reports that "Meanwhile, GSM members are incensed by the women's sweeping statement that all skinheads are fascists." Back cover has three photos from the event under the heading "Skins have a ball!"