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'It's okay to love': League legends Ian Roberts, Sir Graham Lowe on Manly pride jerseys
“I love being gay. I’m so grateful I was born gay. It’s totally enlightened me and also my family.”
Largest study aims to make blood donation fairer
It's Aotearoa's largest and most ambitious study of its kind, aiming to make blood donation fairer for gay, bisexual, takatāpui and other men who have sex with men (MSM).
Queer and Here, Episode 6
Aniwa introduces his whānau, hangs out with icons house mother, Jaycee, and Queen of Tonga, Lea Pao and heads to Wellington to meet gay couple Rāwā and Frankie.
Queer and Here, Episode 5
Aniwa learns about the queer history of Aotearoa from non-binary trans masculine historian Will Hansen, then heads north to meet young trans wahine Phoenix Atkins and her family.
Queer and Here, Episode 4
Aniwa meets filmmaker Alesha Ahdar, who found healing through turning to film. He goes to the Aucklands Pride Parade and meets up with some bears…..wait what is a bear?
Queer and Here, Episode 3
Aniwa performs with LGBTQI+ kapa Ahakoa te Aha, hangs back stage with Half Queen before her set at Big Gay Out, then heads to Masterton to meet up with trans male and Tik Toker Lyrikz Rimen
Queer and Here, Episode 2
Host Aniwa Whaiapu Koloamatangi is inspired by the compelling story of LGBTQI+ pioneer and intersex advocate Mani Mitchell and catches up with MP Chloe Swarbrick and former MP Louisa Wall.
'Queer and Here' show celebrates LGBTQI+ with Māori
Aniwa Whaiapu Koloa-Matangi grew up not really knowing much about his takutāpui identity. “I wasn’t really a thing for me,” he says.
Queer and Here, Episode 1
Host Aniwa Whaiapu Koloamatangi takes viewers on an adventurous journey among the queer community.