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Monday 09 April 2012


 Goin' Bush Part 2: Royal advice
Posted in: True Stories  19th December 2011
While preparing for Vinegar Hill, GayNZ.com writer Jacqui Stanford went to the top for advice. Here's what the Queen Lynette Knox and her partner Iria Pene recommend bringing along!


 Goin' Bush Part 1: The Tent
Posted in: True Stories  14th December 2011
GayNZ.com writer Jacqui Stanford is planning for a trip to gay camping Mecca Vinegar Hill for New Year's. Here's the first instalment of her diary as she prepares for camp camping!


 Two Dorothies all at sea: Fabulos City
Posted in: True Stories  6th November 2011
Steve Attwood finds he can't help but feel like a "Queen of means" while aboard the luxury cruise liner: "You can’t help but look fabulously rich in this environment!"


 Two Dorothies at Sea: Bare-arsed cheeks
Posted in: True Stories  24th October 2011
They may not be a pretty bunch but our travellers' fellow passengers sure are friendly...


 Manslaughter verdict: What the jury heard and saw
Posted in: True Stories  19th October 2011
A guide to the trial of Willie Ahsee for killing Denis Phillips, based on GayNZ.com Daily News live courtroom reports.


 Two Dorothies all at sea: A steamy departure
Posted in: True Stories  19th October 2011
Gay Wellington journalist Steve Attwood and his partner set sail from Oz on an otherwise 'straight' cruise liner...


 Separate, but equal
Posted in: True Stories, Features  18th October 2011
Writer and filmmaker Chaz Harris shares a passionate account of why he believes civil unions are not enough, and we deserve full marriage rights.


 Love, lust and intimacy
Posted in: Blogger Zone, True Stories  11th October 2011
"Sleeping with another man - to me, that is way more intimate ... You are helpless, and defenceless when you sleep," writes Michael Stevens.


 "Thanks for all the support"
Posted in: True Stories  22nd August 2011
"Thank everyone for all the support, from me and Arie," Michael Davis says. "Yes we are very happy, now we can get on with our life together."


 Law Reform: raising the cash
Posted in: True Stories  10th August 2011
Fighting for Homosexual Law Reform 25 years ago took took energy, bravery, strategy, determination... and money!


 Bill Logan Pt2: The change in NZ culture
Posted in: Our Communities, True Stories  25th July 2011
Homosexual Law Reform activist Bill Logan reveals some of the tactics used to create the 1986 law change and the change in NZ culture which resulted.


 Bill Logan Pt.1: "It was a good ride!
Posted in: People, True Stories  24th July 2011
Homosexual Law Reform activist Bill Logan reflects on what made him get involved and how the glbt communities had to come together for the difficult and drawn-out battle.


 When the battle reached fever pitch
Posted in: Hall of Fame, True Stories  14th July 2011
It was the period from 1984 to victory in 1986 where the sharpest jabs were executed and the campaign for law reform became a full-frontal battle. Here is a snapshot of that torrid time.


 Repression's Gargoyles
Posted in: Comment, True Stories  13th July 2011
By the end of the Homosexual Law Reform period, many of us vowed that we would never be caught so unaware against the Christian Right again.


 We did it! But how did we get there?
Posted in: Hall of Fame, True Stories  10th July 2011
What are some of the factors which combined to put New Zealand in a place where it was able to forge forward and pass the Homosexual Law Reform Bill?