This year we’re kicking off Transgender Awareness Week with a film screening fundraiser!
Save the date! Thursday November 12th at 6pm Lighthouse Cinema
Rams (2020) In remote Western Australia, two estranged brothers, Colin (Sam Neill) and Les (Michael Caton), are at war. Raising separate flocks of sheep descended from their family’s prized bloodline, the two men work side by side yet are worlds apart. When Les’ prize ram is diagnosed with a rare and lethal illness, authorities order a purge of every sheep in the valley. While Colin attempts to stealthily outwit the powers that be, Les opts for angry defiance. But can the warring brothers set aside their differences and have a chance to reunite their family, save their herd, and bring their community back together?
Help us raise funds for binders
We run a national free binder programme, to provide binders to those who are unable to afford to purchase one for themselves. These binders significantly improve quality of life. We are raising funds to cover 365 binders a year at a total cost of $15,000 – we are so grateful for your support!
Join us for Our Party and celebrate Pride with Ivy Bar and Cabaret!
With performances by Kelly Fornia, Willy Smackntush, Harlie Lux, The Everchanging Boy, Selina Simone and the Haus of Sin, Stabitha, Homer Nurotic, Braiden Butter, and Neon Lux.
Date and time: Saturday 7th March from 10pm till 4am. Place: Ivy Bar and Cabaret, 63 Cuba street, Wellington. Cost: donation. Accessibility: steps with a hand rail, gender neutral toilets, and no fluorescent lighting. Who: rainbow whanau and friends! It is an 18+ event.
OUR Party – A party by us, for us.
Join us to celebrate the final weekend of Wellington Pride Festival, brought to us by a team who loves, respects, and engages our community.
We have some of Wellington’s best drag stars hitting the stage.
Koha entry. All proceeds go to an amazing rainbow organisation- Gender Minorities Aotearoa, who do so much hard mahi for the community.
We’re honoured to bring you Our Party – come and celebrate Pride with us!
Our fantastic 2019 resource, Supporting Aotearoa’s Rainbow People, is a practical guide for mental health professionals who are working with transgender or other Rainbow patients, or who simply want to upskill and understand with sensitivity some of the barriers for rainbow people in accessing mental health services.
Written by Gloria Fraser, with co-design from Gender Minorities Aotearoa, InsideOUT, and RainbowYOUTH, the resource follows on from our research into the experiences of LGBTQI+ people in Aotearoa New Zealand, who have accessed or attempted to access mental health support services. It is available in te reo Maori, mandarin Chinese, and English, and can be downloaded here.
*Tatataapui * Trans * Intersex * Queer * Rainbow * Plus friends and whaanau*
Come join us for potluck kai and korero by the fire at The Gender Centre! We have casual hang out and chats from 4pm-6pm, then usually watch a film from 6-8pm, but this month we’re about to move from the front room in our building to the back room, so the TV is not hooked up… which means we might just chill or play some games if anyone wants to bring along one they’re keen to teach us?
Raw sugar is a FREE event, a SOBER event, it is WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE, and has GENDER NEUTRAL BATHROOMS
Ka aha te raa (date): Sat June 8th
Ka aha te waa (time): 4pm – 8pm
Kei reira (location): The Gender Centre, 128 Abel Smith street, Wellington
Homai (bring along): he kai to share, or just bring yourself, or friends, or whaanau
Waea mai (contact us on): email@example.com