North Canterbury - KAHA Youth Hui 2009
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[00:00:00] This program is brought to you by pride in zero.com. [00:00:06] So here's someone from North Canterbury, telling us about some of the problems when you have a limited dating pool within kind of, I guess queer communities or that kind of thing [00:00:19] was I was trying to make the comparison to the Kak I call it Caterpillar syndrome. Where I'm like, I guess that these people that are taking taking care of the caterpillar have to in order to get genetic diversity, which is I guess not something they quit early about that, that they sort of each female Kakapo will be paired with a male one to in order to produce as many genetically diverse eggs as possible so that our species can survive but sometimes it feels like if you're an if you're in these like local groups, it can you know, cause trouble when you're when you're dating what friend and then the, you know, the relationship can have its healthy act or whatever and it can be all good but then the next person you know, is falling or whatever is a friend a mutual friend or and it can Yeah, [00:01:24] yeah. So is it kind of your experience and your North can agree that the people you know, within who are kind of out and young is a small polar? [00:01:33] Yeah, well, I'm I am I actually found it more in Wellington and Christchurch. It was a whole nother story really, I wasn't I didn't really make myself available for groups like this. So that's what's really awesome about being in Wellington. But still, you know, groups and like clicking sort of groups if sort of, yeah, I can be Yeah, I can be not frustrating. A bit nerve wracking sometimes if you know. Like, I think I notoriously try to draw comparisons with the natural world. [00:02:16] Thank you very much for your very funny. [00:02:20] No worries. [00:02:22] This audio was brought to you by out there. For more information, visit www dot out the.org.nz
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