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 Joy, by Warwick Broadhead
Posted in: NZ Writing  10th January 2015
In 2006 we published Warwick Broadhead's take on the concept of the joy of being gay. In light of his sad passing, we share his words once more.


 'One love' to underpin Queen David's reign
Posted in: People  4th January 2015
A man known for the magic he makes with hair is the new queen of Vinegar Hill, and David Playle is already planning a 2014/15 edition which will be all about the mantra ‘one love’.


 Robbie Manson - Pt2: Being out and proud
Posted in: Hall of Fame  1st January 2015
Publicly out Olympic rower Robbie Manson talks about his sexuality, homophobic slurs, coming out, dating and romance.


 GayNZ.com's New Year’s Dishonours
Posted in: People  1st January 2015
The flip-side of yesterday's GayNZ.com New Year's Honours in which we list our pick of the haters, 'phobes, saddos and other bad apples who used and abused glbti people in 2014.


 GayNZ.com's 2014 New Year's Honours
Posted in: Hall of Fame  31st December 2014
Sports stars, the police, glbti equality activists, event organisers and a family-first kiwi institution are amongst those we honour for helping improve the lives of glbti New Zealanders.


 Robbie Manson - Pt1: The path to success
Posted in: Hall of Fame  30th December 2014
In the most in-depth interview series published since he came out, NZ Olympic rower Robbie Manson talks his life, his sport and his homosexuality.


 Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes
Posted in: True Stories  15th December 2014
Shelley Howard was able to change her name, but left with the title ‘Mr’ by her bank. But, with the advocacy of Overwatch and quick action from Westpac management, that changed quickly.


 Justice Matthew Muir - My Life
Posted in: Hall of Fame  11th December 2014
Dagging, Fluffy Ducks, mountain climbing, flying, traffic fines, anxiety and, always, the man he loves... in his own words, Matthew Muir recounts some of the ups and downs of his life so far.


 Editorial: Another milestone towards glbti equality
Posted in: Community  8th December 2014
History was made at the High Court in Auckland on Friday, and in the Beehive a couple of months ago, with two openly gay men in hither-to unthinkable official public roles.


 Matthew Muir, Welcome to the High Court
Posted in: People, Our Communities  6th December 2014
In a landmark address Chief Justice Sian Elias welcomes NZ's first openly gay High Court judge to the bench and acknowledges his sexuality, skills and social change since HLR.


 Parents who are getting it right
Posted in: True Stories  3rd December 2014
For all too many of us, coming out to parents can be one of the toughest experiences of our lives ... so we’ve decided to celebrate parents who are quite simply awesome.


 HoH Pride: Marcia and Alexia's story
Posted in: True Stories  1st December 2014
Marcia Taylor is a derby girl known as 'Meat Train' who happens to have hearing loss. Alexia Garbutt is the girl who loves her. She shares their story.


 Road Trip: visiting Jacquie Grant
Posted in: Hall of Fame  26th November 2014
The one and only Jacquie Grant of Hokitika features in this episode of webseries Road Trip - have a watch and find out more about her fascinating life!


 A safer place to call home
Posted in: True Stories  20th November 2014
Now settled in Auckland, Colombian refugee Eliana Rubashkyn says it’s wonderful to be somewhere where she no longer has to be afraid to be herself.


 25 years of RainbowYOUTH: Mathijs Lucassen
Posted in: True Stories  19th November 2014
Mathijs Lucassen first became involved with RainbowYOUTH when he moved to Auckland in the mid-90s. Now he is an executive advisor to its board.