Today marks 34 years since the NZ Homosexual Law Reform Bill

Today marks 34 years since the NZ Homosexual Law Reform Bill was enacted & passed into law. The New Zealand Homosexual Law Reform Act 1986 is a law that legalised consensual sex between men aged 16 and older. It removed the provisions of the Crimes Act 1961 that criminalised this behaviour.

Thank you to all our front line workers

Thank you to all our front line workers, healthcare, public and essential services. Your dedication and commitment to helping Aotearoa survive this pandemic is an incredible display of people spirit and we are so proud. Keep up the great mahi, kia kaha and we’ll see you on the other side. He waka eke noa, we’re […]

What does Pride mean to you?

Pride means different things to different people. We’d love to find out what pride means to you. As a newly formed volunteer group, we want to bring back Auckland’s rainbow pride parade in 2020, and make this the most diverse and inclusive ever. Tap the link to take part in our survey!

Today is International Drag Day!

Let’s celebrate together the greatness and wonder that is Drag Artists from every corner of the planet. A chance to shine and be celebrated for everything they give to rainbow life and culture!

Today is International Non-Binary People’s Day

This is a celebration of who do not identify with the traditional ‘Male or Female’ gender norms. It is a day to celebrate their journeys and focus on the issues and inequalities that they face.

Anniversary of the Stonewall

Friday marks the Anniversary of the Stonewall riots, and birth of what we now call Pride. ‘It helped pave the way for everything and there’s still more to come’ – Hundreds gathered in NYC to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.