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Classroom Resources

Current resources

Rainbow Youth Pride Posters

A3 size only

Our vibrant posters are great for decorating a Safe Space or for pinning up on notice boards to create awareness.

  • Not Str8 or not sure?
  • We're all straight when we stand up proud
  • Being different makes us all the same
  • Life would be grey if we were all one colour

Rainbow Youth Information Guide

Our handy wallet size info guides are discreetly sized so they're easy to hand out to questioning youth, and are full of useful simple information.

Order resources

Feel free to make an appointment and drop by the Rainbow Youth drop-in centre to have a chat with a staff member and pick up some of these resources. They're free of charge, but any donations to help cover our costs would be greatly appreciated.

You can also call us on (09) 376 4155 or email us to arrange delivery.


What we mean when we say queer

A reclaimed word that represents sexuality and gender diversity. We use it to encompass lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, fa'afafine, and takataapui identities, as well as everyone in between and not sure. This word is used by many people, but it is also appreciated that it is not the preferred term for everybody.

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