A new research report has just been released, Writing Themselves In 4, which takes an in depth look into the health and well being of rainbow young people in Australia.
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!
Come meet some awesome folks, share food, have a yarn, and watch a film together! Or if you're feeling shy, just come at 6pm for the film! This will be our first event at our new gender centre in Newtown, so come check it out!
Come join us for potluck kai and korero by the fire at The Gender Centre! We have casual hang out and chats from 4pm
We've relocated from 128 Abel Smith street in Te Aro to 130 Riddiford street in Newtown (Wellington), and we open on June 1st 2019 at 10am.
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%).
March 10th 2018, takataapui, transgender, and intersex people and supporters walked, danced, and rode along in the Wellington International Pride Parade with a clear message: transgender health care now!
loria Fraser is conducting amazing and solid research into the experiences of queer and trans people accessing mental health services.
Her research was developed collaboratively with Gender Minorities Aotearoa and consulted on widely across trans community workers, organisations, and other experts. We completely endorse this research, and invite you to come along and hear all about it.
Trans folks and partners we are looking for people to photograph for our upcoming booklets, including our series on relationships! You can wear anything you like and show your face as much or little as you like.
Haere mai ki te community social and working bee potluck this Sunday!
Where: Aunty Dana’s Op Shop, 128 Abel Smith street Wellington
When: Sunday 3rd September 11am till 3pm
We will mostly be:
Hanging up clothing
Putting out shoes and other items for sale
Making things look spiffy
Come along and meet some lovely people, share some kai, and join us in getting Aunty Dana’s Op Shop up and running! Your support is welcome and appreciated.