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Monday 08 November 2010


 Real life Rocky moments!
Posted in: True Stories  8th November 2010
It seems like everyone has a Rocky Horror story, so GayNZ.com ran a contest calling for readers to share their real life Rocky moments! From rock throwing to Riff Raff lookalikes, broken ankles and rocky questions, here are our favourite entries!


 Alison Mau comes out: "Yes, I'm bisexual"
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, True Stories  6th November 2010
Television presenter Alison Mau confirms that she is indeed part of the glbt community and that media speculation over her sexuality has caused her much grief.


 Our mates, and our lovers
Posted in: Performance  6th November 2010
There is one thing that's very clear about Mates and Lovers: for gay New Zealand men, it's personal. The same is true for the two actors bringing it to life in Auckland.


 The HIV Services Review - summarised
Posted in: HIV, Features  5th November 2010
The NZAF is not to be the only publicly funded player in a recommended “next generation” of delivery of services for people living with HIV and AIDS.


 It Gets Better - even with HIV
Posted in: Blogger Zone, HIV, Features  4th November 2010
I’ve wondered if there would be any point to doing something similar but about living with HIV. Because, as shitty as it is to have this virus in us - and it is - it does get better over time.


 Film review: Matariki
Posted in: Movies  4th November 2010
New Kiwi film Matariki features the story of couple Rick and Tyrone, showing a side of gay Auckland which has never really been explored before on the silver screen.


 Two more much-needed HIV drugs now funded
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, HIV  4th November 2010
After intense and ongoing pressure from physicians and HIV support organisations the government's drug buying agency has finally agreed to fund access to two much-needed new HIV drugs.


 Bishop of bung?
Posted in: Comment  4th November 2010
Considerable controversy currently surrounds Brian Tamaki's former mentor and shepherd, 'Bishop' Eddie Long of New Birth Missionary Church, Georgia.


 Lustrous: big and hairy is sexy
Posted in: Hall of Fame  3rd November 2010
Auckland artist Don Chooi chats to GayNZ.com about his upcoming exhibition celebrating the full-bodied, hairy and husky men of the bear scene. "Lustrous" opens this Friday night.


 Collective Thinking online transition halted
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, HIV  3rd November 2010
Plans to transfer the HIV positive peoples' publication online have been halted pending a re-think and a decision to consult more with HIV positive people and the magazine's readership.


 QWU Scandal!
Posted in: Performance, Worth Checking Out  2nd November 2010
Breaking news: Queen of the Whole Universe performers are calling on Prime Minister John Key to step in and moderate in their negotiations with Buffy and Bimbo ahead of Saturday's show.


 Symposium on Health and Wellbeing
Posted in: Our Communities  1st November 2010
In two weeks' time issues such as alcohol and drug use, mental health and aging will be formally discussed in a glbt context.


 "It Gets Better" - Kevin Hague
Posted in: Features  31st October 2010
Gay Green MP Kevin Hague has thrown his support behind the global "It's Get Better" campaign, making a video to tell GLBT youth that although things may be tough now, life gets better.


 Review: Rufus Wainwright in Christchurch
Posted in: Music  29th October 2010
One of our competition winners Luke Kavanagh saw Rufus Wainwright perform at the James Hay Theatre in Christchurch last night. He has reviewed the hauntingly beautiful show for GayNZ.com.


 Half an hour with the man of power
Posted in: Features  28th October 2010
GayNZ.com visited incoming mayor Len Brown in Manukau for a chat about some of the issues weighing on the minds of GLBT Aucklanders.