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Wednesday 08 April 2009


 Gay for Pay?
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  26th January 2009
Why does this 'straight' guy have a website where he shows off for his gay fans? And what does his girlfriend think?


 Because youth is wasted on the young...
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  20th January 2009
From GayNZ.com's Forum: "I'd like to listen to the words of the old and saggy. If you were 20 again what would you do?"


 Share a video: Childhood films & TV
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  12th January 2009
GayNZ.com's Forum users share their childhood memories with clips from classic kid's TV and movies.


 Family's first moments of 2009
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  1st January 2009
We captured the moment as Miss Ribena took to the stage for the countdown to the new year at K' Road's gayest nightclub.


 Media7: Discussing Shorty St's gay BJ scene
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  23rd December 2008
On the topic of Morals & the Media, Russell Brown discusses the gay sex scene which the Broadcasting Standards Authority took Shortland St to task over.


 Close encounters with Kylie!
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  15th December 2008
Three gay Kiwis were thrilled to have a unique moment with Kylie during her Auckland trip last week.


 Prop 8 - The Musical!
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  6th December 2008
A star-studded cast turns out for Marc Shaiman's hilarious musical response to California's anti-gay marriage vote.


 Josh & Bev tell their story for World AIDS Day
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  1st December 2008
"My mum and I share our story for World AIDS Day, showing that that HIV and AIDS affects not only gay men, but also NZ families."


 California's vote against love
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  12th November 2008
"To me this vote is horrible. This isn't about politics. This is about the human heart, and if that sounds corny, so be it."


 Watch Ramon's new music video!
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  30th October 2008
Still Remains has been a journey of love for trans singer/songwriter Ramon Te Wake.