Miley Cyrus' new Sapphic sex song
Posted in: Music 2nd September 2015
Pop star Miley Cyrus has released a new song called Bang Me Box which she says is a "pretty self-explanatory" track about having sex with a woman.
GaySkiWeekQT: Day 5 - More snow, more fun!
Posted in: Our Communities 2nd September 2015
More snow, a broken bed, sell-out shows, lots of sporty glbti visitors... Gay Ski Week QT is going just great!
Craig Hoyle on Holding the Man
Posted in: Movies 2nd September 2015
The film version of Holding the Man has brought the story to a whole new generation of people like Craig Hoyle, who hadn't yet read the book or seen the play.
GaySkiWeekQT: Days 3&4 - On the slopes
Posted in: Our Communities 1st September 2015
Noon: Cardrona was great yesterday, Quiz Night was a hoot and this morning it's damn cold in Q'town with snow falling on the peaks.
Behind the closure of BP Wellington
Under-funded and under-used by its HIV-positive members, Body Positive's Wellington's premises in Wellington will close in four weeks time. Chair Ashley Barratt discusses the background to changes at BP.
Body Positive to shut Wellington office
Just two years after it opened, Body Positive's Wellington office is to be shut down as the organisation faces a financial shortfall of $75,000.
Q&A with Aussie's King of Cabaret
Posted in: Performance 31st August 2015
Australiaâ€™s King of Cabaret Paul Capsis is winging his way to Auckland this week for two shows. He tells GayNZ.com about his shows, his music idols, and offers some advice for young gay performers.
Gala dinner raises thousands for NZ Falcons
Rugby fans and celebrities including Sir Graham Henry turned out for the NZ Falcons Gala Dinner in Ellerslie, to raise funds for the Falcons to head to the Bingham Cup in Nashville.
Outgames Update, August 30, 2015
It's been a while since we were able to talk with those working to revive the Asia Pacific Outgames which is still penciled in for Auckland in February. But progress is being made...
Ontario's sex education wars
Posted in: Comment 30th August 2015
When it comes to what we may encounter further down the LGBT legislative reform, Canada is usually a fairly good indication on most fronts. So, what is the situation with Ontario's new comprehensive sexuality education programme?