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Thursday 26 May 2016


 Gillman-Harris murder - The Sentencing
Posted in: Our Communities  24th May 2016
In his sentencing of two youths for murdering Ihaia Gillman-Harris the judge took into account the pair's immaturity and deeply troubled lives.


 Coming Out of Religion
Posted in: Our Communities  19th May 2016
After the recent decision of the Anglican Church to maintain the status quo of refusing acceptance and equality for LGBTI people, we are faced yet again with the whole religious dilemma.


 More than marriage
Posted in: Our Communities  14th May 2016
The Anglican Church will continue to ignore the lives and relationships of sexual and gender minorities, and to hope we go away.


 A Baptist Welcome
Posted in: Our Communities  9th May 2016
In light of recent debates in America around the acceptance and treatment of the Rainbow* Community, I'd like to pay tribute to the positive moves that are beginning to emerge from one of the community's greatest adversaries - the Church.


 Reflecting on SHIFT
Posted in: Our Communities  6th May 2016
We hear how the LGBTI youth hui SHIFT was a life changing experience for three young people from across the country.


 Rainbow Youth's big, bright, new home
Posted in: Our Communities  14th April 2016
It's a little hard to find at the moment. But the big new home of Auckland's Rainbow Youth organisation are set to become a major player in glbti life in the Queen city and further afield.


 My Life before Law Reform: Jay Bennie
Posted in: Our Communities  3rd April 2016
For GayNZ.com Content Editor Jay Bennie, life before the Homosexual Law Reform legislation passed thirty years ago was marred by ignorance, isolation, confusion, self-doubt and all kinds of frustration


 Adoption, the law and us
Posted in: Our Communities  29th March 2016
The Human Rights Review Tribunal recently declared our adoption laws to be discriminatory and have called for legislative change. We talk to Green MP Kevin Hague, to clarify what the situation is currently for LGBTI couples wishing to adopt.


 Hands On for HLR30
Posted in: Our Communities  27th March 2016
Massage and bodywork treatments will be offered free of charge to give thanks to veterans and survivors of the Homosexual Law Reform Campaign.


 Pride Down South
Posted in: Our Communities  25th March 2016
Jill Stevens has been involved with Christchurch Pride Festival for the past five years and says every year she sees it getting bigger and bigger, but what exactly is it about Christchurch Pride that makes it the highlight of the year for the Southern city’s LGBTI community?