Enjoy a wonderful coffee at Friday I'm in Love Cafe, and help to support transgender, intersex, and takataapui folks! Friday I'm in Love Cafe, are donating 20% of all coffee sales from 1st to 17th Feb to Gender Minorities Aotearoa.
We will be marching for trans and intersex health care, and will provide gorgeous placards in the trans flag colours, to paint your messages on! All supporters of trans and intersex rights are welcome to join us!!
Raw sugar is a FREE event, a SOBER event, it is WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE, and has GENDER NEUTRAL BATHROOMS.
Come and have some talks by the fire, eat some food, meet other lovely people, and have a good time. Film screening at 6pm. Film sometimes has an age restriction, otherwise all ages.
Vinegar Hill rainbow camp was beautiful! We sold hot dogs, vegetarian nachos, ice blocks, and soft drinks, and we raised $409
Our Diversity T-shirts come in blue, pink, and white, and feature the gorgeous art work and messages of our 2018 diversity poster series. Order here.
Raw sugar is a FREE event, a SOBER event, it is WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE, and has GENDER NEUTRAL BATHROOMS. Come and have some talks by the fire, eat some food, meet other lovely people, and have a good time. We also thought we could share with you this month, some of the work we've done throughout the year.
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.
Many trans people are passionate about equality, which can lead them to join community groups, unions, or protests. This pamphlet gives legal information for trans people interacting with Police and the criminal justice system when protesting.
15% of trans people run away from home or are kicked out because of their gender. Those rejected by whaanau are twice as likely to have experienced homelessness (40%) as those who were not rejected (22%).