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LATE 2018: Explicit Inclusion Identity – 14 February 2018

LATE 2018: Explicit Inclusion Identity – 14 February 2018

“I am a transsexual. My achievement in local government [was] historic internationally as the world’s first transsexual to have been elected as a mayor.” Georgina Beyer uttered these words as part of her valedictory speech in Parliament more than ten years ago, recognising not just her own milestones but those who had paved the way […]

Naked Girls Reading: The Pride Edition – 17 February 2018 – Wellington

Naked Girls Reading: The Pride Edition – 17 February 2018 – Wellington

We’re here, we’re queer, we’re naked! Get ready to fuck the cis-tem, the patriarchy and the heteronormative power structures that be, one piece of literature at a time. Gird your loins – it’s Naked Girls Reading: The Pride Edition! The show is exactly what is sounds like – completely naked women reading literature aloud. It’s […]

Southern Cross Health Society awarded Rainbow Tick

Southern Cross Health Society awarded Rainbow Tick

Southern Cross Health Society is today being awarded the Rainbow Tick, recognising the health insurer’s commitment to providing an inclusive and progressive workplace. The Rainbow Tick is awarded to organisations that have shown they are a safe, welcoming and inclusive place for people of all gender identities and sexual orientations. The term “rainbow” encompasses people […]

Wigging Out – 27 February to 3 March 2018 – Auckland

Wigging Out – 27 February to 3 March 2018 – Auckland

Who better to peer into the world of female friendships than two men in wigs? Wigging Out sees Thomas Sainsbury (the more popular Paula Bennett) and Hamish Russell (Drag Wars 2016 winner) don a couple of wigs and sashay onto the Basement Theatre stage Feb 27th to March 3rd, as part of the Auckland Fringe […]

100 Men Film

100 Men fast-tracks through 40 years of gay history via a countdown of filmmaker Paul Oremland’s most memorable shags. This isn’t just a blow-by-blow account of past glories; instead, Paul uses a personal lens to explore the key moments that have defined the contemporary gay experience. The significance of the men on Paul’s list varies, […]

Gaynz.com: End of the road

Gaynz.com: End of the road

GayNZ.com has announced they will close at the end of May 2017 after sixteen years. In their statement they state that times have changed and in particular that “GayNZ.com grew out of a challenge in another time of great change. In 2001 the post-law reform age was combining with the start of the digital revolution […]

Gender Minorities Aotearoa

Gender Minorities Aotearoa

Gender Minorities Aotearoa is a cross cultural, transgender led organisation. They assist transgender, intersex and takataapui people in having choices about their lives and their bodies, and in getting the things they need to live their lives. We can assist you to: Change your identity documents Find a trans-friendly doctor Get surgery information Get on […]


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