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Saturday 27 May 2017


 Farewell and unfinished business
Posted in: Our Communities  26th May 2017
With just days to go until GayNZ.com 'retires' on Wednesday we'd like to say our goodbyes and reflect on some unfinished business other journalists might like to pursue.


 Help yourself now!
Posted in: Our Communities  19th May 2017
With just over twelve days left before GayNZ.om goes off online now's the time to take copies of any of over 18,000 news stories and features you might want for future reference!


 A Nasty Case of Transphobic Ventriloquism
Posted in: Our Communities  15th May 2017
Family First is misbehaving on the transgender rights front again, as its derivative, copycat, orchestrated anti-transgender school campaign stalls and splutters. What do the New Zealand Christian Right's core transphobes have to say this time? Nothing original, or even new.


 Problems in healthcare
Posted in: Our Communities  15th May 2017
With a number of queer women in Auckland revealing they have been misinformed about smear testing, we chat to health researcher Katie Palmer Du Preez about the experiences of young women she has interviewed in regard to healthcare.


 Farewell Tony Hughes - Pt2
Posted in: Our Communities  5th May 2017
One of the most enduringly influential gay men this country has ever known has left the NZ AIDS Foundation. His influence on the lives of all glbti people has been enormous.


 Farewell Tony Hughes (not an obituary!)
Posted in: Our Communities  4th May 2017
One of the most enduringly influential gay men this country has ever known has left the NZ AIDS Foundation. His influence on the lives of all glbti people has been enormous.


 Fake News First?
Posted in: Our Communities  26th April 2017
It looks like Family First is cranking (...) up its anti-transgender student harassment and victimisation campaign once again, except none of the straight media outlets are paying any attention whatsoever to the latest tired set of claims from the website.


 The Way We Were
Posted in: Our Communities, Comment  19th April 2017
The first of three Politics and Religion farewell articles covering a historical retrospective of LGBTI life and times in New Zealand/Aotearoa covered by Gaynz.com over the last decade and a half.


 Peer support vital for queer and gender diverse youth
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, Our Communities  18th April 2017
Queer and gender diverse youth in West Auckland are finding vital support and a safe place to connect thanks to a young changemaker in the community.



 Apology or not, the damage has been done
Posted in: Our Communities  3rd April 2017
All Black Lima Sopoaga is under fire for his homophobic comment in which he called team mates “gayyyyyy” because they are showing affection in an Instagram post. Although he was quick to apologise, the damage had been done.