Despite abortion being decriminalised, it remains a divisive topic in New Zealand.
Our new series hosted by James Mustapic out November 14 ??
“We’ve found a way to tell the world all the different ways life can look like for a queer POC."
“I was scared to come here and be bullied."
“My pronouns are one of the ways I feel most myself, so it hurts [when people ignore them]”.
A new Disinformation Project report shows a surge in trans hate online after the Posie Parker visit.
A new article in the NZMJ says transgender people face several barriers to healthcare.
Sherry Zhang explores how this resource has helped people think more deeply about their sexuality.
“We don’t currently have accurate information about Rainbow populations."
Advocates say NZ seen a rise in attacks on the queer community over the past two years.
For those of us who identify as ‘B’, it’s painfully obvious that our letter may as well be silent.
“If it affected heterosexuals, would vaccines be easier to obtain?”
"As soon as I put it on, I realised I am trans."
Takatāpui poet Essa May Ranapiri released their second poetry collection ECHIDNA in May.
Too many women aren’t reaching their potential for sexual pleasure. It's time to fix that.
"There is a sexual revolution happening and Gen Z are at the heart of it."
“Our heart breaks for rainbow communities in Tauranga waking up to this news this morning.”
"Irresponsible, salacious, and frankly shameful."
‘It was more about me accepting and embracing myself fully’
From Thursday, the New Zealand AIDS Foundation is now the Burnett Foundation Aotearoa.
In a statement, police said the building was vandalised in the early hours of Thursday, June 2.
1 in 2 takatāpui with HIV was living with their HIV infection undiagnosed.
Sixteen percent of young people in Aotearoa identify as part of the rainbow community.
The new resources include information about consent, digital safety, and healthy relationships.
There were 112 MPs who voted in favour of the bill and eight against it.
While it's a step in the right direction, some people say the bill doesn’t go far enough.
The proposed law to ban conversion practices has passed its second reading in Parliament on Tuesday.
Posters across Tāmaki Makaurau will feature the works of Takatāpui artists for all to see from Feb 6
Big Gay Out has been cancelled due to the threat of a potential Omicron outbreak in the community.
Takatāpui and LGBTIQ+ people in Aotearoa face a higher risk of homelessness due to discrimination, according to new research.
Researchers from the University of Otago, Wellington, interviewed…