Takataapui is used more specifically for Maori genders, such as: - taahine - similar to mixed gender, sometimes non-binary, or transgender not-otherwise-specified - whakawahine - similar to trans woman - tangata ira tane - similar to trans man Takataapui is often used as a gender of it's self - Maori transgender not-otherwise-specified. Some also use takataapui to refer to non-Maori who are transgender and intersex.
Nau mai haere mai, come to a community working bee and potluck this Sunday. We will be working on the op shop venue, moving some building supplies out of the space, cleaning, and hanging up clothes. 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.
Transgender social event and op shop working bee. We will be working on the op shop venue, mostly cleaning, pricing and hanging up clothes, and other finishing touches. 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.
The Sex and Gender Diverse Health Outcomes Working Group is a group of people who bring their expertise in working across the healthcare sector and community organisations. We are working together to create better health outcomes for sex and gender diverse people in the Wellington region, with a focus on youth well-being. Together, we represent CCDHB, endocrinology, mental health, youth health, student health, transgender takataapui and intersex organisations, and various other health roles in the well-being of sex and gender diverse people.