Nau mai haere mai, our Raw Sugar monthly transgender sober social is back for 2021!
Victoria University of Wellington Women's Collective is holding a free event for Women's Week, and GMA will be giving a 60 minute lecture "Trans Perspectives on Feminism". Nau mai haere mai, everyone is welcome.
We're starting up our monthly socials again soon, and we would love to have more volunteers to help run them!
Don't miss Angelilly's Trans Day of Visibility charity stream, raising funds for Gender Minorities Aotearoa! See her promo below, share and tell your friends, and remember to tune in on the day and donate if you can!
Gender Minorities Aotearoa is holding some absolutely amazing creative workshops will at Out in the City; Micheal Fowler Centre, 111 Wakefield street Wellington, Saturday March 27th. These include a Zine making workshop at 11.30am and Pause Blur Grass Witch at 1.30pm. It's free to attend these workshops but you are welcome to give a donation. We're looking forward to seeing you!
The much awaited Out in the City is coming up as part of the Pride Festival and we can't wait! We're looking for volunteers to help out at the Binders fundraising stall - we'll be selling our gorgeous transgender diversity mugs, giving out info leaflets, writing down the items sold during the day, and accepting donations; and all while having a great time!
The Office of Ethnic Communities in Auckland wants to reach out to trans and rainbow people, and is holding a hui tomorrow (Thursday 4th Feb 2021).
Our last drop in day for 2020 is Thursday December 17th (10.30am to 5.30pm). Our first drop in for 2021 is Wednesday January 13th, and after that we're back to normal.
Showing at Penthouse Cinema 22 Nov 2020, the film ''Ambisexuality: Seeing More Colour in the Rainbow'' was advertised to include a panel discussion by GMA National Coordinator Ahi Wi-Hongi, Dame Catherine Healy DNZM, Georgina Beyer MNZM, and director James Watson. Gender Minorities Aotearoa explains it's position on the concepts the film discusses, and why Ahi … Continue reading Ambisexuals or Chasers?
The SGDWG is holding it's second annual community event, with a panel discussion/panel presentations explaining what services are now available and how you can access them, as well as plans for the near future.