Transgender Perspectives on Feminism: Online Course

Gender Minorities Aotearoa is offering a free online course, designed to increase your knowledge of historic and contemporary issues regarding feminism and transgender people, and to improve your transgender inclusive intersectional feminist praxis.

Irawhiti Takatāpui: Transgender Rainbow Māori

Irawhiti is an umbrella word and an individual identity, which refers to all transgender people; including binary,non-binary, and some intersex people. Takatāpui is an umbrella word and an individual identity, which refers to all rainbow people - including transgender, pansexual, lesbian, queer, gay, bisexual, and some asexual people.

What is Transphobia?

Transphobia consists of three main parts: Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination. Any one of these parts on their own can be transphobia. Learn more here.

“OurMarch Was Awesome”

Gender Minorities Aotearoa Auckland officially launched today, with local trans folks and friends and whanau marching in the Auckland Pride March #OurMarch

Pride Parades

This year we have a float in #OurMarch in Auckland (not the Rainbow Parade) and one in the community run Pride Parade in Wellington (not WIPP). We may also have one in WIPP, depending on the outcome of the current discussions between community orgs and WIPP organisers. Follow our blog in the footer or watch … Continue reading Pride Parades

Making Trans Histories Project

Gender Minorities Aotearoa co-developed and participated in this fabulous project from Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand:
Trans Past, Trans Present; The Making Trans Histories Project.

Trans Awareness Week Photo Project – BYO Object to Photograph!

Bring along an object that's important to you as a trans person, and let's make history together!

My Body, My Business – New Zealand Sex Workers in an Era of Change

The trans communities are warmly invited by the author, Caren Wilton, to attend the launch of her book My Body, My Business - New Zealand Sex Workers in an Era of Change.
Caren, on behalf of the late Dana de Milo, whose story is featured in the book, is donating a portion of every book sale to Gender Minorities Aotearoa.