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Mysterious Ways
Exclusively for YOUR EX, Writer and director Paul Oremland reflects on the profound changes he has witnessed in societal attitudes toward the LGBTQ+ community in New Zealand. Our film, Mysterious Ways, is now available to stream on TVNZ+. It’s a gay love story about a Vicar who wants to...
Brian Tamaki, the leader of Destiny Church and self-appointed "Bishop", has announced plans to take legal action against various councils and libraries throughout New Zealand, accusing them of engaging in "rainbow-washing". This declaration follows an incident where the church took credit for covering a rainbow pedestrian crossing with white paint....
Rainbow Crossing
Overnight, Karangahape Road's rainbow crossing was defaced with white paint, a move that has yet to be claimed by any individual or group. This incident mirrors a previous act of vandalism in Gisborne by Destiny Church affiliates, aimed at protesting a drag queen storytime event. The rainbow crossing was...
Work Place
A recent study by the LGBTQ+ employment platform myGwork has brought to light a significant trend among the younger generation entering the workforce: a third of students and graduates now identify under the LGBTQ+ umbrella. This demographic shift underscores the increasing diversity in sexual orientations and gender identities among...
NFL PRIDE NIGHT
The NFL is gearing up for its third annual "A Night of Pride" event as part of the Super Bowl LVIII week in Las Vegas. The event, presented by Smirnoff, aims to celebrate LGBTQ+ inclusion in sports and will feature a special performance by singer-songwriter VINCINT. Sarah Kate Ellis, President...
LGBTQ+ Military
Despite ongoing struggles with recruiting shortfalls, the U.S. Army has quietly delisted its 2021 recruitment campaign video "The Calling", featuring a soldier with two lesbian mothers. Aimed at increasing diversity in U.S Army recruitment, the now-delisted video was part of a series to attract a broader range of recruits under...
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has issued a public apology after misgendering Salma Luevano, one of the country’s first transgender legislators and a representative of his political party. The incident occurred during a response to journalist Joaquín López-Dóriga, who had questioned Obrador’s greeting of Luevano with a kiss...
Report Launch October 2023 Panel
In June 2022, Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura – Outing Violence and Rainbow Hub Waikato began researching the best ways to uplift Takatāpui and Rainbow elder voices. The research’s findings were published last month in a report, along with podcasts featuring highlights from community interviews. Lead Researcher Sandra Dickson discusses the...

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