Carmen Rupe at Te Papa
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 30th September 2015
Lynette Townsend highlights the Carmen Rupe exhibition currently on at Te Papa.
Critics rip Stonewall apart
Critics are shredding the movie Stonewall. Vanity Fair says it's "terribly offensive, and offensively terrible" and "makes a mess of history".
A gay Princeton football player's story
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 17th September 2015
Princeton offensive lineman Mason Darrow is the latest US college athlete to come out. He decided to go public to empower others.
Gareth Thomas' powerful Guinness ad
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 9th September 2015
The first ever professional rugby player to come out, Gareth Thomas, stars in a new ad for Guinness which shows the support he received from his team mates as he struggled to accept who he is.
Watch: Ladies of NZ
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 24th August 2015
Auckland trans woman Mary Haddock-Staniland is part of radio station ZMâ€™s mini reality series Ladies of NZ. You can check out episode one here.
"Why don't you settle down?"
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 15th August 2015
Matthew Harden responds to being told at a restaurant where he was having a fun night out "Itâ€™s gay guys like you that give the rest of us a bad reputation."
Lgbt rights beyond marriage
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 9th August 2015
Alex Ashton considers if same-sex marriage has changed what it is to be gay, lesbian or trans in NZ, for Radio NZ's Insight programme.
Pics from Blake and Saul's wedding
Check out pictures from Blake Skjellerup and Saul Carrasco's Hawaii wedding - so utterly adorable!
Watch: Medulla Oblongata on Both Worlds
Posted in: Worth Checking Out 21st July 2015
Check out Maldivian-Kiwi refugee Abe Naim and alter ego Medulla Oblongata on TV3's Both Worlds, and see how he is combining his passions for drag and human rights.
Watch: Caitlyn Jenner's ESPYS speech
Caitlyn Jenner has been given the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. She used the platform to speak up â€śfor the thousands of kids out there coming to terms with being true to who they areâ€ť.