Remembering Mark Bingham
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 12th September 2016
Gay rugby player Mark Bingham was one of the passengers who tried to overpower murderous terrorists in the infamous 9/11 aircraft attacks on the USA.
Police entrapment of gays in Egypt
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 20th August 2016
Entrapment thru hook-up apps are just one of the fears gay Egyptians must now face following the resurgence of the hated Egyptian police.
Brazil's epidemic of anti-gay violence
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 13th August 2016
Often considered a society which is tolerant of diversity, and which hosts in Sao Paulo the world's largest gay pride parade, Brazil has has a strong undercurrent of violent homophobia.
30-year wait is attracting attention
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 6th August 2016
The appallingly long wait our transgender people are having to wait for gender reassignment surgery in NZ is starting to attract international attention, such as this article in the UK-based Guardian.
South Africa's LGBTI radio station makes waves
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 26th July 2016
The BBC visits the only LGBTI radio station on the African continent. GaySAradio is trying to counter homophobia and break down stereotypes.
Deaf + Queer tackling oppression together
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 19th July 2016
How The Deaf And Queer Communities Are Tackling Oppression Together
Kevin Hague's thoughts - 30 years on
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 7th July 2016
Greens MP Kevin Hague's reflection on 30 years since the Homosexual Law Reform bill was passed is a great read.
Angel and Patience: Two survivors' stories
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 15th June 2016
In emotional interviews two survivors of the horrific Orlando gay club massacre talk of the night they thought they would die.
Aaron Fleming on coming out in Hamilton
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 16th May 2016
International ironman Aaron Fleming openly talks coming out and being a gay male living in Hamilton on TVNZ's Neighbourhood.
LGBTI and Rights
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 14th April 2016
The Human Rights Commission's most recent radio show was on "LGBTQI+ rights." Guests on the show include Commissioner Richard Tankersley, William Spurlin, a professor visiting from London & Anne Nicholson from Qtopia.