All Tags

Here is a list of all of the tags used on this website. Click on any tag to see the related media.


agender, akava'ine, androgynous, aromantic, asexual, bicurious, bigender, biromantic, bisexual, bulldyke, butch, butch femme, cis female, cis male, cisgender, demisexual, fa'afafine, fakaleiti, femme, femme by alternative definition, femme queen, gay, gender fluid, gender neutral, genderfuck, genderqueer, gray-A sexual, greysexual, heterosexual, hijra, homosexual, intersex, kamp, lesbian, monosexual, nerd, non-binary, omnisexual, pansexual, polysexual, queen, queer, riot grrrl, sexually fluid, skoliosexual, soft butch, stone butch, straight, takataapui, tangata ira tane, trans*, transexual, transgender, transmascbian, transmasculine, transvestite, two-spirit, wahine toa, whakawahine


1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s


10 o'clock closing, 1080 poison, 2nd hand clothing, 2nd hand clothing trip, abdication, abortion, abortion law reform, abstinence, abuse, academia, academics, accent privilege, accents, acceptance, access, access to health care, accessibility, accident, accomodation, accountability, accountancy, acting, action plan, actions, activism, activities, addiction, adoption, adultery, advertising, advice, advocate, affection, affirmation, African American, age of consent, aged care, ageing, ageism, agenda, aggression, agile methodology, ahi kaa, ainga, air cadets, airport, alcohol, alcohol and drug abuse, alcohol laws, alcohol license, alcoholism, alienation, allies, alternative therapies, ambiguous genitalia, amphetamines, amyl, anal sex, anarchism, ancestors, Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS), anger, Anglicanism, animal rights, animals, anime, anonymity, anonymous sex, Anorexia Nervosa, anti discrimination, anti lesbian, Anti Springbok tour march (1985), Anti Springbok tour protest (1981), Anti-Apartheid Movement, anti-AZT, anti-capitalism, anti-gay laws, anti-homophobia campaign, anti-medication, anti-nuclear movement, anti-profit, anti-Semitism, anti-war movement, anxiety, apartheid, aphobic, apology, appendix, apprenticeship, archives, aristocrat, army, aroha, arrest, arson, art history, art-a-rama, art-a-rama of poses, artist, arts, Asian, assault, assemblage, assertiveness training, assimilation, assistive technology, assumptions, asylum, asylum seeker, atheism, athletics, attitude, attraction, autism, auto-suggestion, aversion therapy, awards, awhi, AZT, babysitting, back slang, backcombing, backstory, badges, bait, balance, ballet, ballroom dancing, baptism, Baptist Church, barber, Barbie dolls, barman, barriers, bars, basketball, bathrooms, batique, Batman, BDSM, beating, beauty, beehive hairstyle, behaviour, behaviour modification, being yourself, bell-bottoms, Bell's palsy, belonging, beneficiaries, benefits, Bible, biculturalism, bigotry, bikini, bilingual, billboards, binary, binding, binding referendum, biodiversity, biography, biphobia, bipolar disorder, birth certificate, birth name, birthday, birthmark, bisexual erasure, Bisexual flag, bisexual invisibility, Black Liberation, black magic, black triangle (Nazi Germany), Black Women's movement, blackmail, bleakness, blogs, blood, blood donation, Board of Trustees, boarding house, boarding school, boat, bodily autonomy, body diversity, body image, body issues, bondage and discipline, bonding ceremony, bonnet, book making, book selling, books, borderline personality disorder (BPD), boredom, born again (Christianity), Born Again Christian, bouncer, boundaries, bowls, boxes, boxing, boy scouts, branding, brass bands, bravery, breast augmentation, breast feeding, breasts, Briggs Initiative, broadcasting, brothels, bucket list, Buddhism, budgeting, buggery, building, bullying, bullying prevention, bungy jumping, burlesque, burnout, bus, busking, butch flight, butch phobia, Butch Queen, butch solidarity, butch visibility, button, buzzcut, cabaret, cafe, camp, campaigns, cancer, caning, cannabis, capital, capitalism, capping revue, career, caregiver, cars, cartoons, carving, casting, Catalan, Catholic school, Catholic workers, Catholicism, cats, cats bar, CD4 count, CD4 threshold, celebrant, celebration, celibate, Celtic, censorship, census, Cerebral palsy, Chameleon, change, chaps, charity, charter schools, chat room, check-in plan, checklist, cheese, chef, chest binder, child care, child molestation, childhood toys, children, chinchilla, Chinese, chocolate, choice, choirs, Christian camp, Christian youth group, Christianity, church, cinema, cis, citizenship, city council, civil defence, civil liberties, civil rights, civil society, civil unions, civil war, class, classical art, classical Greek and Roman culture, classical music, classism, clay, climate change, Clitocybe nuda, closed community, closet, closeted, clothing, clothing catalogue, clubs, code, coeducation, coffee, coffee bar, collaboration, collective, collective action, colonialism, colonisation, colour, comedy, comics, coming out, commercial culture, commitment ceremony, commodification, commonality, communication, communion, communism, community, community centre, community choir, community support, companionship, compassion, compensation, competition, complacency, complementarianism, complementary therapies, complicity, composition, compromise, compulsory military service, computers, concentration camp, concerts, concussion, condoms, conference, confession, confidence, conformity, congregation, connect, connections, conscience vote, consciousness raising, consensual sex, consent, conservative, Conservative Christianity, consumerism, controlling behaviour, convention refugee, conversation, conversion / reparative therapy, convictions, cooking, coping mechanisms, copyright, cornet, coroner, coroners inquest, corporal punishment, corrective surgery, correspondence school, costumes, counselling, countertenor, country music, coup, courage, court-martial, courts, covenant, crafts, creative activism, creativity, cricket, crime, crime writing, criminal background check, criminalisation, Critical Incident Stress, cross dressing, cross political party working group, crowd sourcing, cruise ship, cruising, crystals, cufflinks, cultural consultant, culture, curatorship, customs, cyber bullying, cycling, cyclone, dance, dance party, dancing, dating, DDI (Didanosine), de-transition, deadname, deafness, death, death certificate, death penalty, death threat, death wish, declaration, decolonisation, decolonising gender, decriminalisation, defiance, degenerate art, demiromantic, democracy, democratic rights, democratic socialism, demolition work, demonstrations, denial, depathologise, depression, desertion, desexualisation, design, desire, detention centre, detoxification, diary, dictatorship, diet, difference, digital publishing, digitisation, dignity, dignity agenda, dildo, diplomat, direct action, directing, disability, disability rights, disadvantage, disappear, discernment, disclosure, disco, disconnection, discovery, discrimination, disown, disposable income, dispossession, dispute resolution, distribution, District Health Board (DHB), diverse sexuality, diversity, diversity education, diversity group, Diversity Liaison Officers (police), diversity training, divorce, divorce records, Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD), documentary, dog, dolls, domestic violence, dominant, dominatrix, Don't ask, don't tell (DADT), donation, door to door collection, double life, double mastectomy, drag, drag kings, drama, drawing, dream, dress up, dresses, driver licence, drug abuse, drug rape, drug testing, drug therapy, drugs, dysfunctional, dyslexia, dysphoria, early childhood education, early modern theatre, eating, eating disorders, ebook, economics, economist, economy, education, effeminate, egalitarianism, elder care, elder issues, elders, electoral rolls, Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), elephants, elocution lesson, email, embarrassment, embodied research, emergency housing, emotional, empathy, employment, empowerment, empty promises, Encounter movement, encounters, encouragement, endocrinologist, enemy alien, energy, engagement, engineering, English language, entertainment, entitlement, entrapment, environment, ephemera, epidemic, equal employment opportunities, equality, erasure, erotica, escape, ethnic identity, ethnicity, eugenics, euthanasia, Evangelical Christianity, event management, eviction, exclusion, exclusiveness, excommunication, exercise, exhibition, exorcism, exotic dancer, expectations, experiment, experimental, exploitation, expression, extinction, extremist, face, face-to-face, facial feminisation surgery, facial hair, facilitator, failure, fairy dress, faith, faith-based school, family, Family court, family of origin, family rejection, family values, family violence, fancy dress, fandom, fantasize, fantasy, farewell, farm, farming, fascism, fashion, fat, fat politics, fate, fax, fear, fearless, feelings, felonious intent, female impersonation, femininity, feminisation, feminism, fencing, ferry, fertility treatment, fetishisation, fetishism, filibuster, film, film festival, finances, fire spinning, firefighter, first aid, first nation, First Past the Post (electoral system), fishing, fitness, flags, flamboyant, Flapper, flares, flash fiction, flatting, flogged, fluidity, folk culture, food, football, forced feminisation, forgiveness, fortune telling, forum, foster homes, found space, fraud, free health care, free love, free speech, free spirit, freedom, freedom of expression, french, friends, frustration, FtM, fun, funding, fundraising, funeral, fungi, fur coat, future, G-string, gag reflux, gallery, gambling, gameshow, gaming, gangs, gardening, gatekeeping, gay liberation movement, gay men's chorus, gay panic defence, gay retirement village, Gay Straight Alliance (GSA), Gay-TMs (teller machines), Gemini (star sign), gender, gender activism, gender affirming healthcare, gender binary, gender diverse, gender dysphoria, gender equality, gender expression, gender identity, gender neutral bathrooms, gender neutral clothing, gender neutral uniform, gender nonconforming, gender performance, gender politics, gender reassignment surgery, gender stratification, gender studies, gender unbiased clothes, gender visibility, gender-neutral, gender-neutral toilets, genderless clothing, General election, General election (1960), Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), geopolitics, German, gestetner, Getty Vocabularies, ghost writing, glamour, glass ceiling, global capitalism, globalisation, gloves, goatee, God, gods, gonorrhea, governance, government, graffiti, grandchildren, grandparents, graphic design, grassroots movement, gratitude, grave, Green International, grief, gross indecency, growing up, guidance, guilt, gym, gymnastics, gynaecologist, hair, hair removal, hair style, hairdressing, haka, hammer throw (athletics), hand movements, hangi, Hansard, happy slapping, hapu, harassment, hardship fund, hasheesh, hat, hate, hate crime, hate mail, hate sexual violence, hate speech, hazing, head prefect, healing, health, health care, health education, health funding, health insurance, health rights, health system, healthy relationships, hegemonic power, hell, helmet, helpline, Hepatitis, heritage, heroin, herstory, heteronormativity, heterosexism, heterosexist society, heterosexual, heterosexual privilege, hidden history, hiding, high cost treatment pool (MInistry of Health), High Court, high femme, high femme, high heels, hinengaro, hippy, history, hitchhiking, HIV AIDS, HIV education, HIV stigma, HIV testing data, hockey, holding hands, holiday cards, holidays, holistic view, Hollywood, home detention, home detention bracelet, home school, homeguard, homelessness, homintern, homocaust, homoerotic, homogenisation, homonationalism, homonormativity, homophobia, homophobic bullying, homophobic violence, homosexual depression, homosexual law reform, homosexual law reform petition, homosexual monomania, homosocial, honesty, honour, honour suicide, honour-shame culture, honours, hoop dancer, hope, hormone blockers, hormone breast, hormone replacement therapy, hormone treatment, horror (film), horse, horse racing, horticulture, hospice, hospital, hospitality, housing, housing crisis, housing market, hug, hui, human rights, humanism, humanity, humour, hunting, hustler, hyperfemininity, hypermasculinity, hypervigilance, hypervisibility, hypnosis, hypocrisy, Hypospadias, hysterectomy, icons, idealism, identity, identity documents, identity politics, ignored identities, illiteracy, imagery, imagination, immigration, impairment, imperialism, in the zone, In vitro fertilisation (IVF), inaugural event, incest, incitement, inclusion, inclusive language, inclusive space, income disparity, incontinence, indecent act, indecent assault, indecent publications, indecent stripping, indigenous peoples, indigenous rights, individual, industrial course, inequality, infertility, Information Technology, informed consent, inheritance, injection drug user (IDU), injustice, insistence, inspiration, institutional homophobia, institutional racism, institutionalisation, institutionalised homosexuality, insurance, integration, integrity, intellectual property, intercultural, interfaith, intergenerational, intermediate school, internal stigma, internalised homophobia, international diplomacy, internet, internet dating, interpreter, intersectionality, intersex conditions, intersex phobia, Intersex roundtable, intertext, intervention, interviewing, intimacy, intimate partner violence, intolerance, introversion, invisibility, invisiblising, Islam, isolation, iwi, jeweler, jewellery, Jewish community, journal, journalism, joyfulness, Judaism, judgement, justice, kapa haka, kaposi's sarcoma, karakia, karanga, karate, kaumatua, kaupapa, kawa, kia kaha, kicked out, kindness, kink, Kinsey scale (heterosexual - homosexual rating scale), kissing, knitting, korero, kuia, labels, labrys, Lambda symbol, land rights, language, latent aggression, latent homosexuality, laughter, laundry, lavender trousers, law, lawyer, leadership, leafleting, leather, leaving home, legacy, legal aid, legal gender recognition, legs, lesbian activism, lesbian and gay balls, lesbian feminism, lesbian parents, lesbian politics, lesbian separatism, letter, letters to the editor, Leviticus, Liberalism, liberation, Libertarianism, liberty, library, life drawing, life force, lifestyle, linguistics, lipoatrophy, liquefaction, lisp, listening, literacy, lived experience, lobbying, logical family, logistics, lolita, loneliness, loner, long distance relationship, Lord's Prayer, loss, love, loyalty, LSD, lust, Lutheranism, Lux vacuum cleaner, lyrics, maatauranga continuum, macho, magazines, mahi, mail order, mailing list, mainstream, mainstreaming, makeup, male socialisation, mana, mana whenua, manaakitanga, mandatory sexual health testing, mannerisms, Maori, maori renaissance, marae, marcelling (hair), march, marching boys, marginalisation, marginalised communities, marionette, marketing, marriage, marriage certificate, marriage equality, marriage records, martial arts, Marxism, masculine, masculinity, mask, mass incarceration, massage, massage parlour, masturbation, Matariki, matauranga maori, maths, maui, mayor, Mayor of Auckland, media, medicalisation, medications, medicine, meeting place, meetings, melodrama, Member of Parliament, membership list, memoir, memorial, men's movement, mental breakdown, mental health, mental illness, mentor, metatextuality, Methodist, microaggression, microresistance, middle class, migrants, mihimihi, militants, military, military service records, mining, minority, mirror, mirroring, mis-pronoun, miscarriage, misgendered, misgendering, misogyny, missionary, mistakes, mistress, misuse of power, mixed-orientation marriage, mixed-race, MMP (mixed-member proportional electoral system), mobilisation, mobility, mock, modeling, mokopuna, molestation, mon mari, monitor, monogamy, moral torture, morality, Mormonism, morse code, moteatea, mountain biking, mourning, moustache, movies, msm, MtF, murder, museums, mushrooms, music, musical repertoire, musicals, Muslims, mystery novel, name change, naming, narcissism, narrative, national identity, national rainbow strategy, National Socialism, nationalism, Native American culture, natural health, naturalism, nature, naturist magazines, navigation, navy, Nazi Germany, Nazism, needle exchange programme, Neoliberalism, netball, neuroqueer, new age, New German Women's Movement, New Zealand Public Lending Right scheme, news, newsletter, newspapers, next-of-kin, night sweats, nightclub, non-denominational, non-governmental organisation (NGO), non-profit, nonviolent response, normal, normalisation, normalisation of homelessness, normalisation surgery, normativity, nuclear free, nude, nude dinner parties, nudism, nurse, nymphomania, objectification, objectionable material, objectivisation, observer, obsession, occupation, older age, op shops, open borders, open relationship, opera, opossum, opportunity, oppression, optimism, oral history, ordination, organisation, organising, orgasm, orientalism, origami, ostracisation, other, othering, outdoors, outing, outreach, outsider, over the rainbow, overseas experience (OE), pa, Pacific Islands Forum, packers, pain, painting, Pakeha, palangi, pamphlet, panic attack, panromantic, Pansexual flag, Pansori, pants, parade, Paragraph 175, paranoia, pardon, parenting, parents, parody, partial transition, participatory theatre, parties, partner violence, partnership, Pasifika, passing, passion, passive, passport, past lives, pasties, pathologisation, pathways to life, patience, patriarchal system, pay equity, pay it forward, peace, pederasty, pedophilia, peep show, peer support, penile plethysmography, penpals, pensioner, people of colour, perception, performance, perm, persecution, persistence, persona, personal ad (newspaper/magazine), personal trainer, perversion, petition, petition on historic convictions, pets, phone book, phone tapping, photo journalism, photocopy, photography, photography (film), physical education, physics, piercing, pig hunting, pimping, pink dollar, pink triangle (Nazi Germany), pink triangle badge, Pink washing, placard, plague, plan, planes, plastic surgery, plebiscite, Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), pocket money, poetry, polari, polarisation, police, Police Gazette, police records, policy, political correctness, politics, poll tax, polyamory, pool, popular culture, pornography, poroporoaki, positive ageing, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), posters, Postmodernism, potluck dinners, poultry, poverty, power, powerlifting, powhiri, prayer, pre-internet, predator, preferred name, pregnancy, prejudice, PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), Presbyterian, preservation, press release, prevention, pride, primary school, priorities, prison, prisoners, privacy, private schools, privilege, privilege rating scale, procreation, profile, programme, Progressive HIV, Progressive Judaism, project management, promiscuity, pronouns, propaganda, property rights, proposal, protest, prove heterosexuality, provocation defence, psychiatric hospital, psychiatric treatment, psychiatrist, psychodrama, psychology, psychosexual disorder, psychosis, puberty, public affection, public display of affection (PDA), public figure, public health, public library, public office, public opinion, public servant, public spaces, public speaking, public toilet, public transport, publishing, pueblos, punishment, punitive law, pyscho-sexual disorder, Quakers, Queen's City (Wellington), queer bashing, Queer liberation, queer resistance, queer rights, queer spectrum, queer sphere, queer straight alliance (QSA), queer theatre, Queer theology, queer theory, queer workers rights group, queerphobia, questioning, race, race politics, racial politics, racism, radical politics, radicalise, radio, Radio New Zealand National, rage, raids, rainbow age, rainbow banner, rainbow cultural competency, rainbow filter (Facebook), rainbow flag, rainbow parents, rainbow power, rainbow refugee, rainbow refugee quota, rainbow relationships, rainbow within a rainbow, rainbows, rally, rangatahi, rangatira, rangatiratanga, rape, Rape Crisis cloak, rationalism, re-education, reading, reclaim, recognition, reconciliation, reconnect, records, recovery, red zone (Canterbury), redistribution of resource, referendum, reflection, refugee, refugee camp, refugee quota, regions, regrets, rehabilitation, reincarnation, rejection, relationship ideology, relationships, relaxation massage, religion, religious education, religious homophobia, remembrance, rent, representation, repression, reproductive justice, reproductive rights, research, resident advisors (RA), residential care, resilience, resistance, resource, respect, rest homes, restorative practice, retirement, retreats, reunions, review, revolution, rhetoric, ritual, road trip, Robert Burns Fellowship (University of Otago), rock climbing, role model, role playing, roller derby, Roman Catholicism, romantic, romantic development, rowing, Royal Commission, royal family, royal hairdresser, Ruatoki raids, rugby, runaway, running, rural, sadism, safe house, safe sex, safe space, safety, safety plan, sailor, saloon door, Salvation Army soldier, same-sex partner violence, satin pillowcase, saunas, saying no, scar, scaremonger, scene, schizophrenia, scholarship, school, school ball, school counselor, school prom, school uniform, sci-fi, scopophilia, scrapbook, screen writing, scripture, sculpture, seamstress, second-wave feminism, secondary school, Secretary for Justice, secretions, secularism, security, security check, seed bank, seersucker fabric, segregation (prison), Segway, select committee, self awareness, self care, self confidence, self defence, self determination, self employment, self esteem, self harm, self hate, self help, self image, self loathing, self preservation, self publish, self respect, self stigma, self-acceptance, self-evident, separation, separatism, serendipity, seroconversion, servant, setting text to music, sewing, sex, sex addiction, sex education, sex positivity, sex toys, sex work, sex-centric, sex-on-site venues, sex-phobic, sexism, sexology, sexphobia, sexual abuse, sexual characteristics, sexual development, sexual dissidents, sexual health, sexual identity, sexual interference, sexual liberation, sexual nonconformity, sexual offenders, sexual orientation, sexual revolution, sexual rights, sexual surrogate, sexual violence, sexualisation, sexuality, shame, ship girl, ships, shoes, shooting, shopping, short story, shorts, show music, showgirl, shyness, siblings, sickness benefit, sign language, silence, silent film, silo, sin, singing, single beds, single sex schools, skinhead, skirt, Skype, slam poetry, sleep, sleepover, sleeveless dress, slow dance, sly grog, small business, smartphones, smiling, smoking, smuggle, snake dancing, snowboarding, soccer, social, social anxiety, social boundaries, social change, social cleansing, social engineering, social entrepreneur, social experiment, social history, social housing, social justice, social media, social networking, social services, social welfare, social work, socialism, sociology, Sociology of religion, sodomy, softball, solar energy, solicitation, soliciting, solidarity, solitary confinement, solo parent, soul, South Asian feminisms, sovereignty, spaces, Special Needs Unit, spectrum, speech-language therapy, spiritual dualism, spirituality, spoken word poetry, sponsorship, sporran, sport, squash, stables, stamps, standup comedy, state power, state sector reforms, state violence, statelessness, statistics, stepfather, stereotypes, sterilisation, stickers, stigma, Stilboestrol, STIs, stole, storytelling, straight ally, strategic development, strategy, street homelessness, strength, stress, striptease, stroke, struggle, student politics, study, submission, submissive, subservient, subtext, subversion, success, suffering, suicide, suicide prevention, suit, summer camp, sumo wrestling, sunday school, Superman, support, suppression, Supreme Court of the United States, surfing, surgeon, surgery, surrogacy, surveillance, survey, survival, survivor, survivor guilt, sustainability, swimming, swimming hole, t-shirts, Ta moko, tablet, tactics, Taha Maori, talent contest, talent show, talk back, tangata whenua, tangi, taonga, tape recorders, tapu, tattoo, tau iwi, tax, Te Ao Maori, te kohanga reo, Te Reo Maori, te whare tapa wha, tea party, teacher, teachers college, teaching, teacup, technology, teenage, teeth, telegrams, telephone support, television, tennis, tension, termination, terrorism, tertiary education, testing, testosterone (T), texture, The Australia, New Zealand, United States Security Treaty (ANZUS), the dole (unemployment benefit), The Holocaust, theatre, theatre sports, theatrical, theology, therapeutic communities, therapist, third gender, Third Reich, threats, three-strikes law, threesome, ties, tikanga, timbrel, tinana, tino rangatiratanga, Tiriti o Waitangi / Treaty of Waitangi, toasted sandwich, tokenism, tolerance, tomboy, tootsie trade, top surgery, torture, touch, touch phobic, touch rugby, tough, tourism, tradition, traffic light, tragic backstory, training, tram, tramping, trans awareness, trans families, Trans-exclusionary radical feminism (TERF), transfemininity, transgender bullying, Transgender flag, transgressive, transition, transmasculinity, transmisogyny, transphobia, transphobic violence, transport, transvestism, trauma, travel, treaty, Treaty relations, trench foot, trench mouth, triathlon, triggers, Trivia (Roman goddess), Trotskyism, trust, truth, truth or dare, tuakana, Tupu-a-nuku, Tupu-a-rangi, tupuna, tupuna takataapui, twelve-step programmes, twins, txt, typewriter, ukaipotanga, unashamed, unconditional basic income, unconditional love, undercover police, underprivileged, understanding, underwear, uniform, unions, uniqueness, unisex salon, universal human rights, Universal Periodic Review (UPR), university, upper class, urban, urtext, Uru-a-rangi, USS Enterprise (ship, CVN-65), validation, values, vanilla sex, veganism, vegetarianism, velvet painting, venues, Venus (Roman goddess), verbal abuse, veteran, veterinarian, vicar, vice, vice squad, victim, victim mode, video, video games, Vietnam veterans, vigil, vigilance, Vikings, violence, violence prevention, virginity, virtual elder village, visibility, visual arts, voice, volcano, volleyball, volunteer, vote, vox pop, voyeurism, vulnerability, wahine, Wahine (boat), wahine Maori, waiata, Waipuna-a-rangi, wairua, Waita, Waiti, waka ama, walk tour, walking, watchmaker, water, weaving, web series, website, wedding, weight lifting, wellbeing, wellness, whakama, whakapapa, whakatauki, whakawhanaungatanga, whanau, wharves, wheatgrass, whenua, whipped, white feather, white supremacist violence, white supremacy, whitewash, wig, wildlife sanctuary, wills, wine, wisdom, witness, women, women's dance, women's liberation movement, Women's Movement, women's rights, women's studies, womens suffrage, word reclamation, work, worker's rights, working class, workshop, worship, writing, xenophobia, XY, yellow, yoga, youth, youth group, Youth One Stop Shops, Youth Parliament, youth unit (prison), youth work, YouTubers, zaps, zines, zoo


Aaron McDonald, Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Naim (Medulla Oblongata), Adele, Adolf Hitler, Adrian Leason, Adrian Leason, Adrian Renor, Adrienne Girling, Adrienne Rich, Ahi Karunaharan, Ahi Wi-Hongi, Ahilapalapa Rands, Alan Bates, Alan Bennett, Alan Chambers, Alan Cumming, Alan Hollinghurst, Alan Ivory, Alan Kwok, Alan Turing, Alan Wallbank, Alastair Bell, Aldo Gennaro, Aldof Roder, Aleisha Parkinson, Alex Efimoff, Alex Ker, Alex Plumb, Alex Taylor, Alexander McQueen, Alexandria Tasker, Alfred Kinsey, Ali Nissenbaum, Ali Watersong, Alice Cooper, Alison Bechdel, Alison Bell-Allen, Alison Lash, Alison Laurie, Alison Mau, Allan McCready, Allan Wallbank, Allan-John (A.J.) Marsh, Allison Durbin, Allyson Hamblett, Alofa Aiono, Amanaki Prescott-Faletau, Amanda Miller, Amanduh la Whore, Amy Adams, Amy Bock, Amy Kane, Anand Satyanand, Andreas Derleth, Andrew Clayton, Andrew Cunningham, Andrew Glover, Andrew Little, Andrew Rumbles, Andy Boreham, Andy Lowe, Angela D'Audney, Angela Davis, Angela King, Ani Waapu, Ania Upstill, Anika Moa, Anita Bryant, Anita Daniels, Anji Kreft, Ann Hercus, Ann Wigmore, Ann-Marie Stapp, Annah Pickering, Anne de Lacy (later Anna Woods), Anne Holleron, Anne Kennedy, Anne O'Brien, Anne Perry, Anne Russell, Anne Speir, Anne Tolley, Anne Williams, Annea Lockwood, Annemarie Jutel, Annette Cater, Annette King, Annette Xiberras, Annie Goldson, Anny da Silva Freitas, Anthony Jennings, Anton Blank, Anton Chekhov, Antonia Watson, Antony Paltridge, Anwar Sadat, Aorewa Mcleod, April Ashley, Aram Wu, Arani Cuthbert, Arapera Blank, Ariana Tikao, Arietta Tuitoga, Armistead Maupin, Arnold Nordmeyer, Arnold Schoenberg, Aroha Awarau, Aroha Harris, Arthur Baysting, Arthur Grooby, Arthur Tauhore, Ash Spittal, Ashley Barratt, Ashraf Choudhary, Audre Lorde, Aunty Wai Mason, Ava Gardner, Aya McCabre, Aych McArdle, Aydian Dowling, Bambi, Ban Ki-moon, Barack Obama, Barbara Goodman, Barbara Thorne, Barry Barclay, Barry Curtis, Barry Neels, Barry Taylor, Basil James, Bayly Watson, Bea Arthur, Belinda Borell, Belinda Lee Borlase, Bella Simpson, Ben Isderman, Ben Mills, Benjamin Britten, Benjamin Spock, Benji Watt, Bernard Lee, Bertha, Beryl Hughes, Beth Hudson, Bette Armstrong, Betty Grable, Betty MacDonald, Beverley Merle Price, Bhakti Shah, Bill Birch, Bill Dillon, Bill Edginton, Bill English, Bill Hastings, Bill Logan, Bill Pearson, Bill Subritzky, Bill Sutton, Billie Holiday, Billy Idol, Bishop Jean Baptiste Pompallier, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Blake Skjellerup, Bob Davis, Bob Harvey, Bob McCoskrie, Bob Scott, Bob Wilkie, Bobbi Campbell, Boris Dittrich, Boy George, Brandon Mamea-Crawford, Brendan Goudswaard, Brendan Horan, Brendan Were, Brene Brown, Brent Coutts, Brett Rawnsley, Brett Sheppard, Brian Andrews, Brian Brake, Brian Le Gros, Brian Neeson, Brian Tamaki, Brinley Newton-John, Brittany Hobcraft, Brody Packer, Bronwyn Dalley, Bronwyn Dean, Bronwyn Officer, Brooklynne Kennedy, Brooklynne Michelle, Bruce Burnett, Bruce Kilmister, Bruce Scott, Bruce Townshend, Bruno Lawrence, Buckwheat (aka Edward Cowley), Buffy and Bimbo, Bunny Thompson, Burt Reynolds, Caitlyn Jenner, Calum Bennachie, Campbell Gordon, Captain James Cook, Cara Gledhill, Carl Greenwood, Carl Jung, Carlo Collodi, Carmen Miranda, Carmen Rupe (born Trevor Rupe), Carol de Winter, Carol Hanisch, Carol Leigh (aka Scarlot Harlot), Carole Beu, Carole Hicks, Cat Pause, Cat Stevens, Cate Blanchett, Catherine Bisley, Catherine Deneuve, Catherine Healy, Catherine Lee, Catherine Tizard, Cathie Teague, Cathy Casey, Cathy Downes, Cathy Head, Cathy Sheat, Celia Wade-Brown, Chandra Mohanty, Chanel Hati, Charles - Prince of Wales, Charles Aberhart, Charles Chauvel, Charles Jones, Charles Mackay, Charlie Tredway, Charlotte Cooper, Charmaine Pountney, Chelsea Winter, Cherise Witehira, Cherryl Smith, Chescaleigh (youtube), Chester Borrows, Chris Atmore, Chris Auchinvole, Chris Bishop, Chris Brickell, Chris Carter, Chris Coker, Chris Coles, Chris Finlayson, Chris Gendall, Chris Hipkins, Chris Pugsley, Chrissy Witoko, Christian Desroches, Christina Milligan, Christina Sunley, Christine Jorgensen, Christoph Hackenberg, Christopher Isherwood, Chrys Jones, Cindy Lewis, Cindy of Samoa, Claire Cowan, Claire Ryan, Clare Brockett, Claudia Orange, Claudia Schoppmann, Clay Nelson, Clayton Cosgrove, Cleve Jones, Clive Aspen, Clive Matthewson, Clive Sowry, Cole Meyers, Colin Fearon, Colin James, Colin King, Colin Mallard, Colin McLean (aka Pollyfilla), Colin Moyle, Colm Toibin, Conan McKegg, Conchita Wurst, Connor McLeod, Connor MeikleJohn, Conor Twyford, Conrad Crawte, Conrad Johnston (aka LaQuisha Redfern), Conrad Reyners, Constantine Cavafy, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Craig Bowness, Cris Williamson, Cynthia Bagwash (aka Tighe Instone), Cynthia Brophy, D. H. Lawrence, Daisy Isaacs, Dale Jones, Dale Peck, Dale Spender, Damian Light, Dan Morales, Dan Poynton, Dana de Milo, Dana DePaul, Danae Gibson, Dani Pickering, Daniel Blum, Daniel Fielding, Daniel Nicoletta, Danny La Rue, Darren Hughes, Darren Tainue, Darryl Parrant, Darryl Walker, Dave Moskovitz, David Bailey, David Beckham, David Bennett, David Benson-Pope, David Birrell, David Bowie, David Butcher, David Cameron, David Carter, David Clark, David Do, David Fairey, David Foster Wallace, David Garrett, David Goodstein, David Halls, David Hamilton, David Harkins, David Harper, David Hartnell, David Hay, David Henry Hwang, David Herkt, David Hill, David Hindley, David Huebner, David Huxford, David Inglis, David Kukutai Jones, David Lamble, David Lange, David Lyndon Brown, David Mahoney, David McGee, David Pegram, David Rykin, David Semp, David Seymour, David Shearer, David Stedman, David Tua, David Zwartz, Davina Whitehouse, Deadpool, Debbie Dorday, Debbie Gee, Debora Lee, Deborah Rundle, Deborah Vivien Cavendish, Dee Dewitt, Deeza Star, Denis O'Rourke, Denise Steers, Dennis Altman, Dennis Marshall, Denny Moran, Derek Angus, Derek Elvy, Derek Jarman, Des Dalgety, Des Smith, Destiny J, Di Cleary, Diane Sullivan, Dianne Feinstein, Dick Johnstone, Diego Te Manaaki Brown, Dinah Priestley, Dolores del Rio, Don Badman, Don Franks, Don McGlashan, Don McKinnon, Don McMorland, Donal Raethel, Donald Stenhouse, Donald Trump, Donna Awatere Huata, Donovan, Doreen Kelso, Doreen Shields, Doris Day, Dorothy Kate Richmond, Doug Graham, Doug Kidd, Douglas Cardinal, Douglas Jenkin, Douglas Lilburn, Douglas Lloyd Jenkins, Douglas Wright, Dover Samuels, Dr Hjelman von Danneville, Duncan Matthews, Eba Clemens, Ed Jenner, Eddie Isbey, Eddie Redmayne, Edith Collier, Edith Kathleen Bendall, Edith Windsor, Edmund Hillary, Edmund White, Edward Carpenter, Edward Cowley, Edward Said, Edward VIII, Eileen Brown, Elaine Lethbridge, Eleanor Roosevelt, Eliana Golberstein (nee Rubashkyn), Eliza Mary King, Elizabeth Alley, Elizabeth Kerekere, Elizabeth McRae, Elizabeth Moberly, Elizabeth O'Loughlin, Elizabeth Reid, Elizabeth Smither, Elizabeth Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor (actress), Ellen DeGeneres, Ellen Faed, Ellen Page, Elsdon Best, Elvis Presley, Emi Koyama, Emily Perkins, Eminem, Emma Kelly, Emmanuel Papadopoulos, Emmy Rakete, Enid Blyton, Eric Jansen, Eric Roy, Erica Rothschild, Erich Fromm, Erich Geiringer, Erika Mitchell (aka E. L. James), Ernst Rohm, Esme Oliver, Esther Woodbury, Ethan Allchurch, Eti Laufiso, Evan Donnelly, Eve van Grafhorst, Evin Wood, Ewen Painter, Farida Sultana, Ferry Hendriks, Fetu-ole-moana Teuila Tamapeau, Finlay Macdonald, Fiona Clark, Fran Marno, Fran Richardson, Fran Wilde, Frances Hodgkins, Francis Rupe, Francis Rupe, Francisco Franco, Frank Bainimarama, Frank Lund (a.k.a. Toni Roget), Frank O'Flynn, Frank Sargeson, Frankie Hill, Frankie Knuckles, Frankie Rowles, Fred Gerbic, Fred Phelps, Freda Stark, Freddie Mercury, Frederick Giles Gibbs, Friedrich Engels, Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann, Gabi Rosenstreich, Gaius Valerius Catullus, Gamel Beheri, Gareth Farr, Gareth Kean, Gareth Morgan, Gareth Watkins, Garry Cantwell, Garth McVicar, Gary Bellamy, Gary McGrath, Gary Wilby, Gavin Cook, Gavin Downie, Gavin Young, Gayaal Iddamalgoda, Gayatri Spivak, Geetanjali Misra, Gemma Demarco, Gene Pitney, Gene Robinson, Geno Sisneros, Geoff Braybrooke, Geoff Steven, Geoff Walker, Geoffrey Henry, Geoffrey Marshall, Geoffrey Palmer, George Coulton, George Gair, George Henare, George Jorgensen, George Mapplebeck, George Michael, George Moscone, Georges Bizet, Georgina Beyer, Geovana Peres, Gerald O'Brien, Gerald Wall, Gerard Wood, Germaine Greer, Gerry Masters, Gertrude Glossip, Giang Pham, Gigi Baxter, Gilbert Smith, Gina Cole, Gina Lollobrigida, Glen Tabuteau, Glenda Gale, Glenn Mills, Glynn Cardy, Godfrey Wilson, Gordon Copeland, Grace Millar, Grace Poore, Graeme Austin, Graeme Kane, Graeme Lee, Graeme Russell, Graeme Tetley, Graham Brandreth-Wills, Graham Capill, Graham Norton, Graham-Michoel, Grahame Thorne, Grant Jones, Grant Robertson, Greg Adkins, Gregory Scrivener, Greig Wilson, Greta Garbo, Griffin Nichol, Grizz, Gurv Singh, Haare Williams, Hadyn Jones, Hamish Allardice, Hana Plant, Hannah Ho, Hanya Yanagihara, Harlyn Wilkinson, Harold O'Neal, Harriet Lane Tobin, Harvey Fierstein, Harvey Milk, Hayley Mills, Heather Carnegie, Heather McDonald, Heather McPherson, Heather Roy, Heinrich Himmler, Hekia Parata, Helen Clark, Helen Kelly, Helen Kennedy, Helen Reddy, Helen Shore, Helen Young, Henare Mahanga, Henare Te Ua, Herbee Bartley, Hermione Lee, Herwig Raubal, Hesti Armiwulan, Heta Timu, Hetty Rodenburg, Hilary Penwarden, Hillary Clinton, Hinemoa and Tutanekai, Hinemoana Baker, Hinenuitepo, Hinewirangi Kohu, Hirini Melbourne, Hiroyuki Taniguchi, Holly Near, Hon Salote Lupepau'u Tuita, Honore de Balzac, Howard Morrison, HRH Princess Salote Pilolevu, Hugh Gaw, Hugh Young, Hugo Gong, Hugo Wolf, Huhana Hickey, Ian Anderson, Ian Fraser, Ian Kember, Ian McKellen, Ian McKelvie, Ian McLean, Ian Scott, Ian Smith, Ian Watt, Imogen Taylor, Iona Pannett, Iria Pene, Isikeli Vulavou, Isla Findlay, Ivan Yeo, Jac Lynch, Jacinda Ardern, Jack Body, Jack Byrne, Jack Goodwin, Jack Harrison-Quintana, Jack Perkins, Jack Trolove, Jack Winter, Jacki Byrd, Jackie Blue, Jackie Clarke, Jackie Collins, Jacqueline Horn, Jacqui Stanford, Jacquie Grant, Jade du Preez, Jaidyn Leskie, James Baldwin, James Barron, James Barwell, James Bennett, James Courage, James Heslop, James Leuii, James Penny, James Sleep, James Wallace, Jami-Lee Ross, Jamie Burgess, Jan Derbyshire, Jan Logie, Jan Morris, Jan Wilson, Jane Bruning, Jane Chetwynd, Jane Henson, Jane Rule, Janet Dunn, Janet Frame, Janette Kelly, Janice Raymond, Janis Ian, Janis Joplin, Jason King, Jason Myers, Jay Bennie, Jaycee Tanuvasa, Jaye Barclay, Jayne Costelloe, Jean Genet, Jean Malcolm, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jeanette Fitzsimons, Jeff Kinney, Jeff Montgomery, Jeff Whittington, Jeffrey T. Mitchell, Jem Traylen, Jen Shieff, Jennifer Ward-Lealand, Jenny Morgan, Jenny O'Connor, Jenny Rankine, Jenny Rowan, Jenny Shipley, Jeremy Baker, Jeremy Bentham, Jeremy Hansen, Jeremy Naylor, Jeri Castonia, Jerome Vliestra, Jerry Hall, Jessica-Rose Hopkins, Jevon Wright, Jill Soloway, Jillian Chrisp, Jim Anderton, Jim Bolger, Jim Courtney, Jim McLay, Jim Robb, Jim Sutton, Jim Whitman, Jo Goodhew, Jo Morrison, Jo Wrigley, Joan Bolger, Joan Didion, Joan Nestle, Joan of Arc, Joann Loulan, Joanne Drayton, Job, Jock Phillips, Jodi Pringle, Joe Walding, Joey Kingi, Joey Macdonald, Joey Siosaia Joleen Mataele, John (Jack) Marshall, John Anderson, John Ashbery, John Banks, John Cage, John Chico, John Clements, John Dew, John Draper, John Eade, John Elmsly, John F. Kennedy, John Falloon, John Fenaughty, John Fisher, John Fox, John Frederick Kelly, John Greager, John Hayes, John Hovell, John Inman, John Jakeman, John Jolliff, John Kelly, John Key, John Leguizamo, John Luxton, John Lyly, John Mayes, John McDavitt, John Miller, John Money, John Murray, John Parker, John Raines, John Scott, John Spong, John Stringer, John Sullivan, John Sumner, John Tamihere, John Templer, Johnny Coolman, Johnny Croskery, Johnny Givins, Jon Brazier, Jon English, Jon Lusk, Jonathan Coleman, Jonathan Dennis, Jonathan Elsom, Jonathan Gee, Jonathan Hunt, Jonathan Katz, Jonathan O'Brien, Jonathan Selu, Jonathan Sinclair, Jonathan Smith, Jonathan Young, Jono Naylor, Jools Joslin, Jools Topp, Joseph Habgood, Joseph Olshan, Joseph Parker, Josephine Stewart Tewhiu, Joy Liddicoat, Judi Burns, Judith Ackroyd, Judith Butler, Judith Christensen, Judith Collins, Judith Dale, Judith Tizard, Judy Glen, Judy Keall, Judy Lessing, Jules Lovelock, Jules Radford-Poupard, Julia Serano, Julian Cook, Julie Douglas, Julie Glamuzina, Julie Helean, Julie London, Julie Ongoongotau, Julie Watson, Juliet Hulme (now Anne Perry), Julz Darroch, June Jordan, Jurgen Hoffman, Justin Canty, Justin Dart, Justin Lester, K.D. Lang, Kabel Manga, Kahu Pineaha, Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi, Karen Harris, Karen Moses, Karen Plummer, Karen Ritchie, Karen Te Wao, Karl Liebknecht, Karl Marx, Karl Popper, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Karma Chávez, Kassie Hartendorp, Kat Hall, Kate Aschoff, Kate Leslie, Kate McIntyre, Kate Scarlet, Kate Sheppard, Katherine Mansfield, Katherine O'Regan, Kathleen Winter, Kathy Baldock, Katie Wolfe, Katija Vlatkovich, Kawika Aipa, Kay Jones, Keith Haring, Keith Hay, Keith Holyoake, Keith King, Keith Labad, Keith Locke, Kelly Ellis, Kelver Hartley, Ken Comber, Ken Moala, Ken Richardson, Kenneth Robinson, Keri Hulme, Kerry Brown, Kerry Prendergast, Kerry Tankard, Kestin Stewart, Kevin Baker, Kevin Chapman, Kevin Green, Kevin Hague, Kevin Haunui, Kevin Jensen, Kevin Schuster, Kevin Smith, Khali Philip-Barbara, Khartini Slamah, Kiana Rivera (aka KIKI), Kiingi Tuheitia, Kim Benton, Kim Davis, Kim Mcbreen, Kim Saffron, Kira, Kirsty Farrant, Kirsty MacDonald, Kjel Griffiths, Kong Guan Ho, Koro Wetere, Kris Faafoi, Krys Baker, Kurt Weill, Kuru Moeahu, Kyle Stutter, Lady Bledisloe, Lady Carnarvon, Lady Gaga (Stefani Germanotta), Lady Grandy, Lady June Hillary, Lady Victoria Diana Leatham, Ladyfruit (Te Kahureremoa), Lainey Cowan, Lana Cantrell, Lana Lawless, LaQuisha Redfern, Larry Baldock, Larry Lee, Laura Greenfield, Lauren Wilkerson, Laverne Cox, Layne Waerea, Le'au Asenati Lole-Taylor, Leanne Chambers, Lee Child, Lee Eklund, Lee Smith, Leilani Visesio, Len Brown, Leo Tolstoy, Leonard Hollobon, Leonardo da Vinci, Les Mills, Lesley Lawson (aka Twiggy), Leslie Feinberg, Lew Pryme, Lex Davis, Lianne Dalziel, Lilith LaCroix (aka Gareth Farr), Lillian Gish, Lilly Loud Mouth, Lilly Pohatu-Hawkins, Linda Evans, Linda Koolmann, Linda Martin, Lindah Lepou, Lindsay Shelton, Lindsay Taylor, Lindsay Tisch, Lindsay Wright, Lisa Alther, Lisa Prager, Liz Roberts, Liz Robinson, Lloyd Geering, Lockwood Smith, Logan Robertson, Lord Mountbatten, Lou Sheldon, Louisa Wall, Luamanuvao Winnie Laban, Lucy Lawless, Lucy Liu, Ludwig van Beethoven, Lynda Topp, Lynette Townsend, Lynne Hillier, Maata Mahupuku, Macklemore, Madam Mary, Maddy Drew, Madeleine Sami, Madeline Reid, Maggie Munford, Maggie Shippam, Magnus Hirschfeld, Mahara Davis, Mahinarangi Tocker, Mai Chen, Maihi Makiha, Malala Yousafzai, Malcolm Kennedy-Vaughan, Malcolm McAlister, Malcolm McKinnon, Malcolm McLaren, Malvina Major, Mama Tere Strickland, Mandy Toogood, Mani Bruce Mitchell, Manuel DeLanda, Marama Davidson, Marama Fox, Marama Pala, Maramena Roderick, Marcel Proust, Marcia Quackenbush, Marcus Conant, Marcus Craig (aka Diamond Lil), Maree Sheehan, Maree Turner, Marg Curnow, Margaret Escott, Margaret Mayman, Margaret Shields, Margaret Sparrow, Margaret Thatcher, Margaret Tolland, Mari North, Maria MacDonald, Maria Montez, Marian Hobbs, Marianne Elliot, Marianne Faithfull, Marie Antoinette, Marie Laufiso, Marie Pa Ariki, Marilyn Waring, Mark Beehre, Mark Fairey, Mark Gilbert, Mark Harrison, Mark Henrickson, Mark Proffit, Mark Sykes, Mark Thomas, Mark Williams, Marlene Dietrich, Martin Kaulback, Martin Luther King Jr, Martina Navratilova, Mary Barber, Mary Daly, Mary Lambert, Mary O'Hagan, Mary Quant, Mary Stanley, Mary-Anne Mcallum, Maryan Street, Mata Hari, Matt Cook, Matt Whyte, Matt Wort, Matthew Hunt, Matthew Linfoot, Matthew Shepard, Matthew Vines, Maureen Pugh, Maurice McTigue, Maurice Ravel, Maurice Williamson, Max Abbott, Max Adams, Max Cryer, Maxine Gunderson, Maxine Wilkinson, Maya Angelou, Meg Allen, Meg Torwl, Megan Butcher, Melanie Church, Melissa Farley, Melissa Gibson, Melissa Janson, Meng Zhu Fu, Merata Mita, Merv Ransom, Merv Wellington, Metiria Turei, Michael Bancroft, Michael Bassett, Michael Beel, Michael Cullen, Michael Cunningham, Michael Fowler, Michael Giacon, Michael Hardie Boys, Michael Houstoun, Michael Kirby, Michael Laws, Michael Moore, Michael O'Connor, Michael Parmenter, Michael Sanders, Michael Stevens, Michael Wilson, Michal Boyd, Michel Foucault, Michelangelo Signorile, Michele Cinq-Mars, Michelle Durey, Michelle Genet, Mika, Mike Bryant, Mike Chunn, Mike Gourley, Mike Hosking, Mike Keegan, Mike King, Mike McSweeny, Mike Moore (politician), Mike Pohl, Mike Waghorne, Minnie Bruce Pratt, Miriam Saphira, Miss Cola, Miss Ribena, Mitch Yusof, Moana Eruera, Moana Mackey, Moana Parsons, Moeawa Tamanui-Fransen, Mojo Mathers, Monique Oomen, Murray Forgie, Murray McCully, Murray Riches, Murray Smith, Myra Thomas, Nadie Abu-Shanab, Naeaulumanua Le Atio'o, Nanaia Mahuta, Nancy Mitford, Nancy Newhouse, Natalie Marshall, Nathan Guy, Nathan Joe, Nathan Ross, Nathaniel Gordon-Stables, Neil Anderson, Neil Armstrong, Neil Costelloe, Neil Morrison, Neil Thornton, Neil Trubhovich, Neill Austin, Neill Ballantyne, Nelson Mandela, Ness Simons, Neville Creighton, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku (formerly Volkerling), Ngaio Marsh, Niccole Duval, Nick Jones, Nick Leggett, Nick Mcmillan, Nick Partridge, Nicki Eddy, Nicola Willis, Nicole Duval, Nicole Hoey, Nigel Baumber, Nigel Christie, Nigel Jeffcoat, Nigel Nicolson, Nigel Raymond, Nigel Studdart, Nikki Aitken, Nikki Kaye, Nikki Lee Carlson (formerly Nik Carlson), Nikki Macdonald, Nikki Si'ulepa, Nina Simone, Noah Millar, Nod Ghosh, Noel Scott, Normal Jones, Norman Gibson, Norman Jones, Norman Kirk, Oliver Reed, Omar Khayyam, Oprah Winfrey, Oscar Wilde, Osric Chau, Pablo Picasso, Paddy Delany, Paddy Plunket, Paerau Corneal, Pamela Stephenson, Papiloa Foliaki, Pasi Daniels (a.k.a Pasi Tunupopo), Pastor Martin Niemoller, Pat Downey, Pat Leonard, Pat McIntosh, Pat Rosier, Patricia Bartlett, Patricia Highsmith (aka Claire Morgan), Patricia Nell Warren, Patricia Wentworth, Patrick Swayze, Patsy Reddy, Paul Bushnell, Paul Diamond, Paul East, Paul Foster-Bell, Paul Gittens, Paul Goldsmith, Paul Holmes, Paul Hutchison, Paul Jenden, Paul Mckay, Paul Reeves, Paul Simon, Paul Volberding, Paula Bennett, Paula Boock, Paula Booker, Pauline Parker, Pema Wu, Penny Dodd, Penny Salmon, Pereana Pitman, Peri Te Wao, Pete Young, Peter Beck, Peter Blazey, Peter Cuthbert, Peter Dunne, Peter Gordon, Peter Hudson, Peter Jackson, Peter Kooiman, Peter Lineham, Peter Mwai, Peter Nowland, Peter Sagar, Peter Sinclair, Peter Soukolopoulos, Peter Stratford (born Deresty Morton), Peter Sumner, Peter Tait, Peter Tapsell, Peter Wall, Peter Wells, Peter Williams, Peter Williams (born Iris Florence Williams), Phil Goff, Phil Parkinson, Phil Rogers, Phil Siegel, Phil Warren, Philip Burdon, Philip Healy, Philip Lynch, Philip Patston, Philip Woollaston, Phillida Bunkle, Phoebe Balle, Phylesha Brown-Acton, Pierre et Gilles, Pindi Hurring, Pinky Agnew, Pip Laufiso, Pleasance Hansen, Pollyfilla, Ponti, Pope Francis, Porleen Simmons, Prince Andrew - Duke of York, Prince Edward - Earl of Wessex, Prince Philip - Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Margaret, Priscilla Penniket, Prue Hyman, Prue Langbein, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Mary, Quentin Crisp, R. Leighton Hasselrodt, Rachael Collinge, Rachel Dolezal, Rachel Fabish, Rachel Hoskin, Rachel Hyde, Radclyffe Hall, Rainer Fassbinder, Rainton Hastie, Rajen Prasad, Rakesh Naidoo, Ralph Dyer (aka Marlene Heatrash), Ralph Knowles, Ramon Maniapoto, Ramon Te Wake, Ramon Vorkauf, Rana Waitai, Randy Alfred, Rangimarie Turuki Rose Pere, Rangimoana Taylor, Rani Ravudi, Raven-Symone, Rawa Karetai, Ray Farrelly, Ray Taylor, Raymond Hawthorne, Rebecca Elizabeth Taylor, Rebecca Swan, Remy Schwenke, Renato Sabbadini, Rene Capone, Renee Richards, Rev Roger Pym, Rev Susan Jones, Rewi Alley, Rex  Cramphorn, Rex Austin, Rex Halliday, Rex Perenara, Rex Pilgrim, Rhona Haszard, Ricardo de Menezes, Richard Arnold, Richard Benge, Richard Burton, Richard Flinn, Richard Galloway, Richard Hanna, Richard King, Richard Meech, Richard Northey, Richard Prebble, Richard Prosser, Richard Stanton, Richard Tankersley, Richard Turner, Richie Havens, Rick Gerharter, Ricky Burjac, Rion McKenzie (sp?), Rita Angus, Ritchie Valens, Rob Grant, Rob Haultain, Rob Lake, Rob Storey, Robbie Manson, Robbie van Dijk, Robert Campbell, Robert Collins, Robert Gant, Robert Grieve, Robert Hillsborough, Robert Jones, Robert Leek, Robert Mapplethorpe, Robert Muldoon, Robert O'Hara, Robin Bowles, Robin Cooke (Baron Cooke of Thorndon), Robin Duff, Robin Morgan, Robin Murphy, Robin Nathan, Robin Shave, Robin Warea-Hargreaves, Robyn Kenealy, Robyn Ochs, Rock Hudson, Rod Ellis-Pegler, Rod McLeod Morrison, Rodger Haines, Rodger Stanley, Rodger Wright, Rodney Hide, Rodney Knight, Roger Douglas, Roger Horrocks, Roger Maxwell, Roger McClay, Roger Robinson, Roger Smith, Roger Swanson, Roie Norton, Ron Brierley, Ron Brownson, Ron Irvine, Ron New, Ron O'Reilly, Rona Barrett, Ronald Trifero Nelson, Ronnie Wood, Ros Noonan, Rosa Parks, Rose Bean Simpson, Roseanne Barr, Roshan Mahato, Ross Bay, Ross Robertson, Rosslyn Noonan, Rouge Wihongi, Rowan Moulder, Rowen Sullivan, Roxanne Swentzell, Roxy Coervers, Roy Ayling, Roy Cohn, Roy Stacey, Ruby Porter, Ruby Wax, Rudi ten Have, Rudolf Nureyev, Rupert Everett, Russel Norman, Russell Duncan, Russell Marshall, Russell Wells, Ruth Busch, Ruth Charters, Ruth DeSouza, Ruth Dyson, Ruth Mundy, Ruth Richardson, Ryan Conrad, Ryan Kennedy, S. Bear Bergman, Sally Dellow, Sally Hunter, Sally Ride, Salome, Salvador Dali, Sam Brooks, Sam Clarke, Sam Humphrey, Sam Johnson, Sam Neill, Sam Orchard, Sam Shore, Samantha Murray, Samuel Barber, Samuel Holloway, Sandie Shaw, Sandra Coney, Sandra Dickson, Sandz Peipi Te Pou, Sara Fraser, Sara Guthrie, Sara Quin, Sarah Dowie, Sarah Murphy, Sarah Schulman, Sasha Hartmann-Hughes, Satya Rai Nagpaul, Savannah Dooley, Scott Johnston, Scott Kennedy, Scott Smith, Seamas Gormley, Seb Stewart, Semira Davis, Senthorun Raj, Sergei Eisenstein, Sergio Toffetti, Shabeena Francis Saveri, Shane Cameron, Shane Town, Sharon Kowalski, Shasha Ali, Shaughan Woodcock, Shawn Moodie, Sheila Jeffreys, Shelley Te Waiariki Howard, Shevon Matai, Shigeyuki Kihara, Shirley Albiston, Shirley MacLaine, Sian Torrington, Siaosi Mulipola, Sidney Sheldon, Sigmund Freud, Silvia Cartwright, Simon Fulton, Simon Prast, Simon Rosser, Simon Townsend, Simon Upton, Simone de Beauvoir, Sister Paula Brettkelly, Sonja Davies, Sonya Apa Temata, Sophia Loren, Sophie Jayawardene, Sophie Labelle, St. Paul, Stacey Kerapa, Staya Rai Nagpual, Stefanie Upchurch, Stella Duffy, Stephanie Dowrick, Stephanie Gibson, Stephen Berry, Stephen Denekamp, Stephen Donald, Stephen Franks, Stephen Fry, Stephen Neville, Stephen Park, Stephen Rainbow, Stevan Eldred-Grigg, Steve Danby, Steve Farrow, Steve Farrow (Rainbow Network), Steve Lawrence, Steve Mawhinney, Steve McVey, Steve Stephens, Steven Joyce, Steven Oates, Stevie Nicks, Stewart Main, Stuart Cameron, Stuart Douce, Stuart Dryburgh, Stuart Pearce, Su'a William Sio, Sue Bradford, Sue Dunlop, Sue Hannan, Sue Kedgley, Sue Lytollis, Sue Marshall, Sulique Waqa, Sulivenusi Waqa, Sumithra Chand, Sunil Pant, Susan Devoy, Susan Sontag, Susannah Walker, Suzanne Tamaki, Syd Jackson, Sylvia Rivera, Taane Mete, Tabby Besley, Tamara Anderson, Tamati Coffey, Tania (Tarn) Billingsley, Tanu Gago, Tariana Turia, Tash Helasdottir-Cole, Tau Henare, Taupuruariki Brightwell, Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki, Te Ururoa Flavell, Te Whiti-o-Rongomai, Ted Coubray, Ted Fecteau, Ted Greensmith-West, Tegan Quin, Tennessee Williams, Terrence Batchelor, Terry Higgins, Terry Parkes, Terry Stringer, Tess Jamieson-Karaha, Tess Tickle, Thomas Cameron, Thomas Coppell, Thomas Merton, Thomas Ongley, Thomas Sainsbury, Tighe Instone, Tilda Swinton, Tillie Laufiso, Tilly Lloyd, Tim Baice, Tim Barnett, Tim Blanks, Tim Conigrave, Tim Macindoe, Timothy Leary, Timothy Swann, Todd Andrews, Tom Cameron, Tom Milliken, Tom Scott, Tom Selleck, Tom Stacey, Tommy Hamilton, Toni Morrison, Toni Regan, Tony Brunt, Tony Burton, Tony Friedlander, Tony Hughes, Tony Katavich, Tony Kushner, Tony Reed, Tony Ryall, Tony Simpson, Tony Smith, Tony Taylor, Tony Thompson, Torfrida Wainwright, Tori Amos, Torranice Campel, Toss Woollaston, Trelise Cooper, Trevor de Cleene, Trevor Easton, Trevor Hynes, Trevor Mallard, Trevor Morley, Trevor Nunweek, Trevor Richards, Trevor Young, Trish Mullins, Troy Perry, Troye Sivan, Trudy Kennedy, Tuafale Tanoa'i, Tuisina Ymania Brown, Tusiata Avia, Tutankhamun, Tyler Oakley, Tyrone Russell, Uri Khein, Ursula Bethell, Urzila Carlson, Vaitoa Toelupe, Val Little (DJ Bullitt), Valance Smith, Valda Edyvane, Vaughan Meneses, Vaughan Shepherd, Venn Young, Verity George, Vern Keller, Vicki-Anne Heikell, Victor Rodger, Vikram Seth, Vincent Burke, Vincent O'Sullivan, Virginia Burns (a.k.a Virginia Parker-Bowles), Virginia Woolf, Vivienne Westwood, Vladimir Luxuria, Vladimir Nabokov, W. Somerset Maugham, W.H. Auden, Wai Ho, Waitangi Teepa, Wally Martin, Walt Whitman, Walter Benjamin, Walter D'Arcy Cresswell, Walter Wink, Warren Douglas, Warren Freer, Warren Lindberg, Warwick Broadhead, Welby Ings, Wendy Cunningham, Wesley Snipes, Whaitiri Mikaere (aka Diesel Dyke Poet), Whakahuihui Vercoe, Whetu Tirikatene Sullivan, Whina Cooper, Wi Taepa, Wilkie Collins, Willa Cather, William Dart, William Leith, William Mitchell, William Shakespeare, William Spurlin, William Taylor, Winona Ryder, Winston Peters, Wiremu Demchick, Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikaheke, Wiremu Stevenson, Witarina Harris, Witi Ihimaera, Witold Lutoslawski, Wyatt Creech, Xaviera Hollander, Yasmin Nair, Yolo Akili

Groups and Organisations

2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force, 2ZM (Wellington radio station), 3ZB (radio station), 95bFM, ABBA, Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC), ACON (New South Wales), ACT New Zealand, Act Up, Afterlife Memorial Trust, Age Concern New Zealand, Agender New Zealand, AIDS Memorial Quilt, AIDS Support Network, AIDS Support Network Trust, Air New Zealand, Alcoholics Anonymous, Alexander Turnbull Library, All Blacks, Alliance Defending Freedom, Alliance for Justice, alQaws for Sexual and Gender Diversity in Palestinian Society, Amamus Theatre Group, Amazons Softball Club (Wellington), Amnesty International, Anglican Church, Animal Agenda Aotearoa (campaign), Anti Bigot Committee (formerly the Alliance for Justice), ANZ Bank New Zealand, Aquarius Club, Ara Taiohi, Archives New Zealand, Armstrong and Arthur Charitable Trust for Lesbians, Asexuality Aotearoa New Zealand, Association of Women Academics (Victoria University of Wellington), attack, Auckland AIDS Council, Auckland City Council, Auckland City Library, Auckland City Mission, Auckland Community AIDS Service, Auckland Community Church, Auckland District Health Board (ADHB), Auckland Gay Bowling Organisation (AGBO), Auckland Lesbian Business Association (ALBA), Auckland Libraries, Auckland Metropolitan College, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Auckland Sexual Health Service, Auckland Stock Exchange, Auckland Theatre Company, Auckland University Press, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC), Australian Christian Lobby, Australians for Equality, Batucada (Wellington), Bay Area Reporter, BBC, BBC World Service, Be. Accessible, Befriend (Christchurch), Bent Taranaki, Black Ferns, Black Panthers, Black Power, Blue Diamond Society, Body Positive, Body Positive Canterbury, Borders (bookshop), BOX Events, Box Oceania, Breathing Space (group), Brownies, Brunel University London, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre (Canada), Builders Labourers Federation, Campaign for Civil Unions, Campaign for Homosexual Equality (CHE), Campaign for Marriage Equality, Campaign to Pardon Gays in Aotearoa, Cartier Trust, Castel Felice (ship), Catholics United for the Faith, CBS, Celebrants Association of New Zealand (CANZ), Changing Minds, Charlotte Museum, Chrissy Witoko Memorial Trust, Christ's College (Christchurch), Christchurch Boys' High School, Christian Dior, Christian Heritage Party, Civil Union Bill Support Society, Closet Space, Club 41 (Wellington), Club 69 (Christchurch), Coalition in Support of the Homosexual Law Reform Bill, Coalition of Concerned Citizens, Colombo Plan, Coming Up, Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Common Ground (Wellington), Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, Community AIDS Resource Team, Community HIV Team, Community Law, Community Law Centre (Christchurch), Composers Association of New Zealand (CANZ), Conservative Party NZ, Continental Hairdressing Academy (Wellington), Coronation Street (tv), Craig Potton Publishing, Creative New Zealand, Critical Resistance (USA), Crown Law Office, Crunk Feminist Collective (CFC), Cyber Scrivener, DANSS (Wellington), DEFGLIS (Australian Defence Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Information Service), Democrats for Social Credit, Department of Corrections, Department of Foreign Affairs, Department of Internal Affairs, Destiny Church, Different Strokes Wellington (DSW), Dire Straits, Disabled Servicemen's Re-establishment League, Diversity Group (Newlands College), Diversityworks Trust, Dominion (newspaper), Dominion Post (newspaper), DOODS (Dykes Out Of Debt), Dorian Society (Wellington), Drodrolagi Movement (Fiji), Dutybound Bookbinder, Dykes on Mics (Auckland), Dymocks Bookstore, Eastman School of Music (New York), Education Review Office (ERO), Emerging Artists Trust, Equal Justice Project (Auckland), EquAsian, Ettie Rout Clinic, European Union, Evolve Wellington Youth Service, Exclusive Brethren, Exisle Publishing, Exodus International, Extreme Taupo, Family First NZ, Family Planning, Female Sexuality (FemSex), Fifth Season Garden Group, Fiji Human Rights Commission, Film Society, Fingerprints and Teeth Productions, Fleetwood Mac, Focus on the Family, Forge (Christchurch), Framelines film festival, Friedrichshof Commune, Friends of Friends, Galaxies (Wellington), GALS  (Nelson College for Girls QSA), GALS (Gay and Lesbian Singers), Gap Filler, Gay Activists Alliance (GAA), Gay Activists Society (Christchurch), Gay and Lesbian Clergy Anti-Discrimination Society (GLCADS), Gay and Lesbian Narcotics Anonymous (Wellington), Gay Auckland Business Association (GABA), Gay BC (Wellington Access Radio), Gay Christian Network, Gay Fathers group (Wellington), Gay Lesbian Welfare (Auckland), Gay Lesbian Welfare telephone (Auckland), Gay Liberation Auckland, Gay Liberation Christchurch, Gay Liberation Front, Gay Liberation Front Auckland, Gay Liberation Front Christchurch, Gay Liberation Front Wellington, Gay Liberation Wellington, Gay Line Wellington Trust, Gay Men's Health Crisis, Gay Radio, Gay Task Force, Gay Teachers Union, Gay Wakeboarding Association NZ, Gay-Aid (Wellington), Gay-OK, GayBiNZ, Gayline (Auckland), Gaylink (Christchurch), Gays and Lesbians in Education (GLE), GC2b Transitional Apparel, Gender Flux (USA), Genre Books, Girl Guides, Gisborne Boys High School, GLAD (Gays and Lesbians Against Discrimination), Glamourhead Sharks (Melbourne, Australia), GLBT Historical Society, GLBTI Retirement Association Inc, Glenfield College, GLISA Asia Pacific, Green Party, Grey Power New Zealand, Group Life Laboratory, Hachette NZ, Hagley Community College, Hallensteins, Halt All Racist Tours (HART), Hamilton Boys High School, HarperCollins Publishers, Harrods (UK), Hasting Boys High School, Haus of Khameleon (Fiji), Hawke's Bay Equality Society, Hawke's Bay Herald-Tribune, He Taua, Health And Disability Commissioner, Herne Bay House, Herne Bay Petanque Club (Auckland), Hero Charitable Trust, Heroic Gardens, Heterosexuals Unafraid of Gays (HUG), High Commission of Canada, Hocken Library (Dunedin), Hodder Moa Beckett (now Hachette), Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura - Outing Violence, Homophones (Wellington), Homosexual Electoral and Legislative Lobby (HELL), Homosexual Law Reform Society, Homosexuals Anonymous, Housing New Zealand, Howard League for Penal Reform, Huia Publishers, Human Rights Campaign (USA), Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Review Tribunal, Icebreakers (Auckland), IDEA Services (IHC), ILGA Oceania, ILGA World, INA (Maori, Indigenous and South Pacific) HIV and AIDS Foundation, Inland Revenue Department, InsideOUT, Institut fur Sexualwissenschaft, International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML), International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA), International Socialist Organization (ISO), Intersex Society of North America, Intersex Trust Aotearoa New Zealand (ITANZ), IRB World Cup, Isherwood Trust (Auckland), Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), IV League, Jaycees, Johnny Campbell and The Detours, Kahui Wahine, Kaimiro School, Kapiti Youth Support, Kapul Champion and Friends Frangipani Inc, Kapul Champions (Papua New Guinea), Kava Club (Wellington), KG Club (Auckland), Kindle, King's College (Auckland), Kobo, KPFA, KPFK, KSAN, Lambda Trampers, LAVA (Lesbian Action for Visbility), Learning Media, Legacy Project, LegaliseLove, LegaliseLove (Waikato), LegaliseLove (Wellington), Les Girls, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ), Lesbian Avengers, Lesbian choir (Wellington), Lesbian Coalition, Lesbian Elders Village, Lesbian Information, Library and Archives Centre (LILAC), Lesbian Line (Wellington), Lesbian Overland and Cafe Club, Lesbian radio programme (Wellington Access Radio), Lesbian support and social group (Auckland), Lesbian support group (Palmerston North), Lesbians in Print (LIP), Lesbians Inside the System (LIS), Lesbians on Latte (Auckland), Letsbian club (sp? Wellington), LGBT Health and Wellbeing [LGBT Healthy Living Centre] (Scotland), Liberty Counsel, Lightbox Online TV, Lippy Pictures, London Missionary Society, Longacre Press, Love Life Fono Trust, Love Your Condom, LV Martin and Sons, Male Survivors of Sexual Assault Trust (MOSAIC), Mana Party, mana wahine, Manawatu Lesbian and Gay Rights Association (MALGRA), Maori Party, Maori Television, Maori Women's Welfare League, Marriage Equality Campaign (Wellington), Massey University, Massey University Press, Maxim Institute, Mayhem Boxing, Men Against Pornography, Men Against Rape, Mental Health Foundation, Mercury Theatre (Auckland), Metropolitan Community Church, Migrant and Refugee Rights Campaign (MARRC), Mika Haka Foundation, Mills and Boon, Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Social Development, Ministry of Women's Affair, Moral Majority, Mother's Network NZ, MTV, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Museums Aotearoa, Naenae College, Naenae Intermediate, NAMES Project, Naming New Zealand, Napier Operatic Society, Narcotics Anonymous, National Council of Women, National Film Board of Canada, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (USA), National Gay Rights Coalition, National Housing Commission, National Library of New Zealand, National Party, National Party Research Unit, Nayland Alliance of Gays and Straights (NAGS), Nayland College, Nelson College, Nelson Provincial Museum, Netflix, NetSafe, New Zealand AIDS Council, New Zealand AIDS Foundation, New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt, New Zealand Army, New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation (NZBC), New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (CTU), New Zealand Defence Force, New Zealand Film Archive, New Zealand Film Commission, New Zealand First, New Zealand Gay News, New Zealand Herald, New Zealand Labour Party, New Zealand Law Society, New Zealand Needle Exchange Programme, New Zealand Party, New Zealand Police, New Zealand Professional Boxing Association, New Zealand Prostitutes Collective, New Zealand Radio Training School, New Zealand School of Dance, New Zealand String Quartet, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, New Zealand Union of Students' Association, New Zealand Values Party, New Zealand Womans Weekly, New Zealand Youth for Christ, Newlands College, Newshub, Nga Kaihanga Uku, Nga Tamatoa, Nga Taonga Sound and Vision, Ngati Kahungunu ki Poneke Community Services, Nielsen BookData New Zealand, Northern Region District Health Boards (DHBs), NZ Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL), NZ On Screen, NZ Transport Agency, NZ Truth, NZSO National Youth Orchestra, Open Brethren, Opportunity for Animals, Organization for Refuge, Asylum and Migration (ORAM), Otago Gay Equality Society (OGES), Out at Work Network, Out in the Bay, Out Loud, Out There! National Queer Youth Development Project, Out Wellington Inc., Outerspaces (Wellington), OUTLine NZ, OutRage! (UK), OutTakes: A Reel Queer Film Festival, Over the Rainbow, OverWatch (NZ Defence Force), Pacific Sexual Diversity Network (PSDN), PAK'nSAVE, Palestinian Queers for Boycott Divestment and Sanctions, Palmerston North GLITTFAB Wellbeing Network, Palmerston North Women's Health Collective, Papanui Technical College, Paraparaumu College, Parliament TV, Peacemakers Trust, Pearson Education, Penguin Books New Zealand, People Against Prisons Aotearoa (formerly known as No Pride In Prisons), People with AIDS, Petty and Vindictive collective (Auckland), PFLAG, PFLAG (USA), PFLAG South, Pharmaceutical Management Agency (Pharmac), Pink Triangle collective, Playmarket, Point 5cc, Polari Fantabulosa (Wellington), Pompallier Catholic College, Popular Culture Assocation of Australia and New Zealand (POPCAANZ), Pordenone film festival, Positive Speakers Bureau, Positive Women Inc, Post Office, Post Primary Teachers Association (PPTA), Poz Plus, Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand, Pride Audio Collective, Prisoner Correspondence Network, Privileges Committee, Project Youth (Kapiti), Proof of the Pudding (NYC), Purple Passions (soccer team), Pussy Riot, Q bay, Q Youth (Nelson), Qhoir (Wellington), QSMV Dominion Monarch (ship), Qtopia (Christchurch), Queer Support (Otago University Students' Association), Queer Trans* Fight Club, Queer Zone, Queers on Campus (Auckland), Radio Gala, Radio New Zealand, Radio New Zealand Concert, Radio Pacific, Radio Windy, Rainbow Auckland (formerly GABA), Rainbow Caucus (Parliament), Rainbow Collective, Rainbow Network, Rainbow NZ Parliamentary Network, Rainbow of Hong Kong, Rainbow Pages, Rainbow Pride Foundation, Rainbow Taskforce for Safe Schools (PPTA), Rainbow Team Wellington, Rainbow Tick, Rainbow Wellington, Rainbow Youth, Random House Books New Zealand, Rape Crisis, Raw Photography, Raye Freedman Trust, Read Publishing NZ, Red Flag Union, Red Mole (performance group), Reed Publishing, Reformed Churches of New Zealand, Regulation Bloomers, Regulations Review Committee, Richter City Roller Derby, Rotary Club, Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand, Royal New Zealand Air Force, Royal New Zealand Ballet, Royal New Zealand Police College, Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association (RSA), Rule Foundation, Safe Schools Coalition Australia, Salvation Army, Samoa AIDS Foundation, Samoa Fa'afafine Association, San Francisco Bay Times, San Francisco Sentinel, Save the Children, School's Out (Lower Hutt), School's Out (Wellington), Seahorse Society NSW, Security Intelligence Service, Serco, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI), Shakti Community Council, Shakti New Zealand, Shanti Project, Shirley Boys' High School, Silver Ferns, Silver Rainbow, Simpson Grierson, Sisters for Homophile Equality (SHE), SlutWalk Aotearoa, Social Credit Party, Social Fruits (Wellington), Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (Superu), Socialist Action League, Society for Promotion of Community Standards, SOGII Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Coalition, SouthTrans NZ (Dunedin), Sprung! Productions, St Paul's Anglican Church (Christchurch), Stand Up For Love, Statistics New Zealand, Steele Roberts (Wellington), Stonewall (UK group), Strangely Normal (Auckland), Street Outreach Team (Wellington), Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR), Students Against Dangerous Driving (SADD), Sydney by Night (bus tour), Tai Tapu School, TalkLink Trust, Tamaki Housing Group, Tandem Press, Tapatoru, Taranaki LGBTQ, TE AKA, Te Kaha o te Rangatahi Trust (Auckland), Te Manawa Museum, Te Ohaaki A Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together, Te Omanga Hospice, Te Punawai (Auckland), Te Tiare Association (Cook Islands), Te Waka Awhina Takataapui Tane, Te Wananga o Aotearoa, Te Wananga o Raukawa, Terrence Higgins Trust, Territorial Force (army), The Advocate (magazine), The Ankali Project (Australia), The Beatles, The Daughters of Bilitis, The Dixie Chicks, The Drag Kings (Wellington), The Edge, The Family Research Council, The Film and Television School New Zealand, The Fourmyula (band), The Freedom Shop, The Glamaphones (Wellington), The Johnnys, The Muse, The New Zealand Jewish Council, The Opportunities Party (TOP), The Polynesian Panthers, The Press (Christchurch), The Queer Avengers (Wellington), The Reformation Project, The Rolling Stones, The Trevor Project, The Two Way Closet, The Women's Bookshop (Auckland), Time Out Bookstore (Auckland), Timebank, Tiwhanawhana, Tiwhanawhana Trust, Toi Whakaari (Wellington), Toihoukura (Gisborne), Tonga Leitis Association, Topp Twins, Trans* Body Reclamation Project, TransAdvocates Health, Tranzform (Wellington), TraNZgear, Tuesday Club (New Plymouth), TV3, TVNZ, UltraViolet club (Wellington High School), UN Human Rights Watch, UN Youth New Zealand, UNAIDS, UniQ (Auckland), UniQ (Canterbury), UniQ (Otago), UniQ (Palmerston North), UniQ Victoria (Wellington), Unitarian church, United Families International, United Future, United Nations, Unity Books (Auckland), Unity Books (Wellington), Unity Theatre (Wellington), Universal College of Learning (UCOL), University of Newcastle (Australia), University of Otago, Upstart Press, Upstart Press, Urban Dream Brokerage, US Embassy, Valentino and Rita Of Knightsbridge, Vibe (Lower and Upper Hutt), Village Collective (Auckland), VPrideFoundation (Vanuatu), Waihopai Ploughshares, Waikato Queer Youth, Waikato Raupatu Lands Trust, Waikato Times, Waimea Alliance of Gays and Straights (WAGS), Waka Hourua, Wanganui Newspapers, Waves Taranaki, Waxing Moon Archives Collective, We Are Who We Are, Wellington Access Radio, Wellington Binder Exchange, Wellington Bisexual Women's Group, Wellington Boys and Girls Institute (BGI), Wellington City Council, Wellington Free Kindergarten Association, Wellington Frontrunners, Wellington Gay Switchboard, Wellington Gay Task Force, Wellington Gay Welfare Group, Wellington Institute of Technology, Wellington Lesbian Centre, Wellington Pride, Wellington Regional Jewish Council, West Coast District Health Board, Westboro Baptist Church, WestCity Bible Baptist Church (Auckland), Whitcoulls, Women Against Pornography, Women Zone (Wellington Access Radio), Women's bookshop (Palmerston North), Women's Centre (Auckland), Women's Centre (Palmerston North), Women's Flat Track Derby Association, Women's International Boxing Association, Women's National Abortion Action Campaign (WONAAC), Women's Refuge, Women's Studies Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (WSA), Work and Income, World Health Organization (WHO), Young Pacifica, Youth Infusion (Hutt City), Youthline, Zeal (Wellington), ZMFM, Zumba (fitness)


Ngai Tahu, Ngai Tamanuhiri, Ngapuhi, Ngati Apa, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Konohi, Ngati Maru, Ngati Oneone, Ngati Porou, Ngati Pukenga, Ngati Raukawa, Ngati Toa, Ngati Toa Rangatira, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Rongowhakaata, Te Aitanga a Mahaki, Te Ati Awa, Whanau a Kai


14 Stations (composition), 30 (exhibition), 5 Tips For Being An Ally (youtube), 6 on 6 peer support group, A Boy's Own Story (book), A Day Without Art (radio), A Death in the Family (1986), A Fire in your Belly (book), A Little Life (book), A Long Undressing (play), A Man's Man - a daughter's story (book), A New Zealand Crisis (2013), A pictorial history of the talkies (book), A Streetcar Named Desire (play), A Thousand Toilet Ladies, A Thousand Voices (2014), A Walk In The Sun (manuscript), A Way of Love (book), About Face: Jewel's Darl (tv, 1985), About Face: My First Suit (tv), Act Your Age!?, Adoption Act (1955), After Lilburn (2013), AIM Best First Book Award, All About Eve (tv documentary), All Of Us (education resource - Australia), Alley (opera), Angels in America (play), Anna Karenina (book), Another Country (book), Antiques Roadshow (tv), Are You Being Served? (tv), Art New Zealand, Assume Nothing (film), At Home: A Century of New Zealand Design (book), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Back to the Future (film), Bangs (book), Beautiful Thing (play), Beauty and the Beach (tv), Best Mates: Gay Writing in Aotearoa New Zealand (1997), Beyond Rainbows (series), Bigot Busters, Bigot Busters (song, 1985), Bill of Rights Act (1990), Bitches Witches and Dykes, Black Faggot (play), Bloodline (book), Bloomers Review (Alfies), Blue (film, Derek Jarman), Blue Is the Warmest Colour, Blueprint for the Provision of Comprehensive Care for Trans People and Trans Communities in Asia and the Pacific, Book of Leviticus, Book of Leviticus, Book of Remembrance, Bootycandy (play), Boy (film, Taika Waititi), Boy (film, Welby Ings), Boys Don't Cry (film), Boys in the Band (play), bro'Town (tv), Broadsheet (magazine), Brokeback Mountain (film), Bud, Bulibasha: King of the Gypsies (book), Butch (2017, photographic exhibition), Butch is a Noun, Butch on Butch (exhibition/series), Cabaret (musical), Calling the Fish and Other Stories (book), Canzona (CANZ), Capital Gay (London), Captive Genders, Carmen (tv documentary), Carmen Dances, Carol (film), Casting Off, Centenary of Cinema (radio), Change for the Better (2000), Circle (magazine), Civil Union Act (2004), Clause 28 (Local Government Act 1988, Great Britain), Close to Home, Close Up, Cloudburst (2011), Club Phoenix, Coal Flat (book), Confessions of a Drag Queen, Consenting Adult (1985), Continuum (magazine), Contraception, Sterilisation, and Abortion Act (1977), Conundrum, Convention against Torture and Other Cruel; Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (1979), Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (UNCERD), Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), Convention on the Rights of the Child (1990), Corner 4am and Cuba (play), Cosmopolitan (magazine), Courage Unfolds (film), Cracked (short story), Crimes Act (1908), Crimes Act (1961), Crimes Act 2013 (Samoa), Crimes Amendment Bill (1974, Venn Young), Crimes Amendment Bill (1979, Warren Freer Bill), Criminal Records (Clean Slate) Act (2004), Criminal Records (Expungement of Convictions for Historical Homosexual Offences) Bill (2017), Dan Carter: My Story (book), Dangerous Desires (1991), Dare Truth or Promise (book), Days of Masquerade: Life Stories of Lesbian Women During the Third Reich (book), Dear November, Death Comes for the Archbishop (book), Death in Venice (opera), Death Note (anime), Declaration of Independence, Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (1967), Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2007), Degrassi (tv), Derek Jarman's Garden (book), Desperate Remedies (1993), Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Diggers, Hatters and Whores: The Story of the New Zealand Gold Rushes (book), Diva (magazine), Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (song), Domestic Violence Act (1995), Don't Let It Get You (movie), Downton Abbey (tv), Drawn Together (tv), Drum Drag, DSM-5, Dunedin's Warehouse Precinct (book), During These Days (composition), During These Days (poem), Dyke News, E Te Matua (waiata), E Tu (waiata), Edith Collier: Her Life and Work 1885-1964 (book), Elementary (tv), Ending HIV (campaign), Equal Rights Amendment (USA), Equality Bill Campaign (1980-1983), Eurovision Song Contest, Evening Post (newspaper), Express (magazine), Fair Go (tv), Faking It (tv), Family Portraits, Feel (2012), Field Punishment No.1 (tv), First Lady: From Boyhood to Womanhood (book), Five Go Mad (tv), Foolish Things (1980), For Someone I Love (book), Foreshore and Seabed Act (2004), Four Artists with Cups (poem), Frances Hodgkins: A Private Viewing (book), Free and Equal (UN campaign), Friends (tv), Friendship is the Harbour of Joy (film), Fruit Punch, Fucking Martin (book), G.B.F. (Gay Best Friend), Galathea: Into the Bush (play), Gay Power Gay Politics, Gay Straight Alliance, GBF (film), Gender and Sexual Diversity At Work (2013), Gender Identity Bill (2004), Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sex Characteristics Act (2015, Malta), Genderless, Georgie Girl (2001), Ghostbusters (film), Giovanni's Room (book), Girl on a Corner (play), Girls Own Show (95bFM), Give Us a Kiss (William Dart), Glee (tv), Gobsmacked: Showbiz and Dating, God and the Gay Christian (book), Good Intentions (1989), Goodbye Pork Pie (film), Governor-General of New Zealand, Grapevine magazine, Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey As Told by Christian (book), Grey's Anatomy (tv), Greymouth Evening Star (newspaper), Grim Reaper (advertisement), Guardian of the Dead (2010), Harry Potter (book series), Haunting Douglas (documentary), He Tohu (National Library exhibition), Heavenly Creatures (1994), Holding the Man (book), Hollywood Wives (book), Holmes (tv), Home (magazine), Homelessness Inquiry (2016), Homemade Happiness (book), Homes People Can Afford: How to improve housing in New Zealand (2013), Homosexual Law Reform Act (1986), Homosexuality: A New Christian Ethic, House of Cards (tv), House of Memories, How Do We Make It Better (report), How Safe Are Our Schools (report), How To Be A Complete Bitch (book), Hudson and Halls (tv), Human Rights Act (1993), I Am Woman (song), I Have Loved Me A Man (song), I Know (1994, poetry book), Idle No More, If I should die (book), Ika, Imagine Me and You (movie), Imogen (poem), In the Pink (95bFM), Indecent Publications Act (1963), Inky Pinky Ponky (play), Inside Out (Rainbow Youth resource), International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976), International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1976), It Gets Better, Journey to a Hanging (book), Justice Denied, Kapiti Gay (Coast Access Radio), Kaput! (book), Kawa (film), Kinsey Reports, Kitsch in Synch, La Bamba (film), La Comedie Humaine, La Ronde (play), Lady Chatterley's Lover (book), Landfall (journal), Last Chance (2012), Lavender Islands: Portrait of the Whole Family (2003), Legend of Korra (anime), Lego, Lesbian Feminist Circle, Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence, Lesbian Sex (book), Lesbians from Outer Space (comic), Lew Pryme - Welcome to My World (documentary), LIFE (magazine), Life of Pi, Like Sex (play), Lily of the Valley (short story), Listener (magazine), Little Earthquakes (album), Long Loop Home: A Memoir by Peter Wells, Looking (tv), Lost (2014), Lost Intimacies: Rethinking Homosexuality under National Socialism (book), Love Patrol (tv), Love Sonnets of Michelangelo (composition), Love Your Condom (LYC), Lovelock's Dream Run (play), Lovelock's Dream Run (play), Luncheon (play), Make Me (book), Makereti: Taking Maori to the World (book), Making Schools Safer for Trans and Gender Diverse Students (2016, resource), Man on Man (magazine), Mana Takataapui (art work), Manly Affections (book), Manu Tuturu (book), Manukau City Council (Control of Street Prostitution) Bill (2005), Manukau City Council (Regulation of Prostitution in Specified Places) Bill (2010), Maori Boy: A Memoir of Childhood (book), Maori Sovereignty (book), Marae in the Sky (Auckland), Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act 2011, Marked Men (book), Marriage Act (1854), Marriage Amendment Act (2012), Mates and Lovers (play), Mates and Lovers: A History of Gay New Zealand (book), Mayor of Carterton, ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Mean Girls (movie), Media Take (tv), Mellow Yellow (zine), Memoirs of an Undercover Angel, Memory and Desire (1998), Men Alone - Men Together, Metro (magazine), Milk (film), Misjudged (short story), MMP, Modern Family (tv), Montana Sunday Theatre (tv), Mouth Wide Open (film), Mozart Fellowship (University of Otago), Mr Gay New Zealand, Mr Gay Wellington, Mr Gay World, Mr Right (personals), Munted, My Antonia (book), My Heart Beats Strongly (poem), My Lover Moves (poem), My Name is Gary Cooper (play), Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Naming Ourselves (poem), Neighbourhood Watch (book), New York Native (newspaper), New Zealand at the Front (book), New Zealand Homosexual Law Reform Society petition (1968), New Zealand Journal of History, New Zealand National (NZNBF Version) Light Heavyweight title, New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards, New Zealand Post Office Directory, New Zealand Security Intelligence Service Act (1969), New Zealand Tablet, Ngaio Marsh: Her Life in Crime (book), Nights in the Gardens of Spain (book), Nightswimmer (book), NZ Idol (tv), O Pioneers! (book), Ockham New Zealand Book Awards, Officer 27 (play), Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid book 10), Older Gay Men, Older Lesbians, On the equality of orifices (leaflet), Once Were Warriors (book), One of Ours (book), One of Them! (1997), Ora Nui (journal), Oracles and Miracles (book), Orange Is the New Black (tv), Orlando (film), Orphan Black (tv), Otaki electorate, Other Women (book), Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion (1986), Out (magazine), Out Front: Lesbian Political Activity in Aotearoa 1962-1985 (journal), Out Proud, Out there: portraits of the Hero Parade (book), Out Walked Mel (book), Out Walked Mel (book), Out! magazine, Over the Rainbow (song), Overdrawn (poem), Pansy (2001), Paris Principles, Parker and Hulme: a lesbian view (book), Part of the Whanau: The Emergence of Takataapui Identity (thesis), Patu! (film), Peanuts (comic), Perfectly Natural: The audacious story of Iris Florence Peter Williams (book), Peter Grimes (opera), Peter Pan (character), Philadelphia (movie), Playboy (magazine), Playgirls (revue), Pleasures of the Flesh (book), Poems to  Lesbia, Police Offences Act (1927), Portrait of a Marriage: Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson (book), Positive Health scheme, Pot Luck (web series), Privacy Act (1993), Project Employment Programme (PEP), Proposition 8, Prostitution Reform Act (2003), Public Records Act (2005), Pulp Comedy (tv), Pushing Daisies (tv), Puzzy (play), Q12 (series), Q4 (Queer Coffee at Four), Queen of the Whole Universe, Queen's Service Medal (QSM), Queen's Young Leader award, Queer As Cat (youtube), Queer as Folk (tv), Queer Domesticities (book), Queer History 101, Queer in America (book), Queer Politicians, Queer Stories Our Fathers Never Told Us (2011 oral history project), Queerlesque, Rainbow Touchstones, Re-Draft, Reality Bites (film), Refugee Convention (1951), Resistance: An Indigenous Response to Neoliberalism (book), Rhona Haszard: An experimental expatriate New Zealand artist (book), Ride a Hard Cock (book), Roastbusters, Rona Barrett's Hollywood (magazine), Rooster Tails, Ruby's Round Table (tv), Running Backwards Over Sand (book), Sage tea: an autobiography by Toss Woollaston (book), Salient (magazine), Salon Mika, Secret Life of Sausages (play), Sestina (poem), Seven Lesbians and a Bar of Soap (short story), Seven Sharp (tv), Sex Poems With No Bra On (poem), Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (book), Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (book), Shanghai Boy (book), Shark in the Park (tv), She Is Gone (poem), Shopping and F**king (play), Shortbus (film), Shortland Street (tv), Sings Harry, Skin Hunger (book), Skins (tv), Snapshot 2000, Socialist Action (newspaper), Society and the Homosexual (G Westwood, 1952), Sodom and Gomorrah, Songs of Dances and Desire: In Memoriam Carmen Rupe, Songs to the Judges (Mervyn Thompson and William Dart), Sons (play), Sophie's World: Journey of the Lost Soul, South (series), Southern Men: Gay Lives in Pictures (book), Spanish Steps (short story), Speak, Memory (book), Speaking From the Heart (poem), Spectrum, Spiral (journal), Squeeze (1980), Standing up to be counted (homosexual law reform newspaper advert), Starlight Express (musical), State Highway 1B (poem), State Sector Act (1988), Steps to Freedom, Stonewall (film, 2015), Strictly Ballroom (film), Stuck at the Lights (poem), Suddenly, Last Summer (play), Sullivan Birth Certificate Bill (2013), Sunday Supplement (Radio New Zealand), Super City (tv), Sweet Bird of Youth (play), Takataapui: part of the whanau (booklet), Tales of the City (books), Tamaki Makaurau Lesbian Newsletter, Tangiwai - A Love Story (tv), Tatou (e-magazine), Taxi Zum Klo (Taxi to the Toilet), Te Mahana Homelessness Strategy, Te Puna Wai Korero (radio programme), TED Talks, That's So Gay (play), That's So Raven (tv), The 5 Love Languages, The Adolescent (book), The Adventures of Jonathan Dennis (book), The Adventures of Pinocchio (book), The Adventures of Priscilla; Queen of the Desert (film), The Blackwater Lightship (book), The Block (tv), The Blue Lawn (book), The Body of Man (poetry book), The Bone People (book), The Boys on the Rock (book), The Case of Katherine Mansfield (play), The Danish Girl (film), The Day After (film), The Devils Pit (aka Under the Southern Cross), The End of History (book), The Exquisite Wound (2017, Rebecca Swan), The Famous Five (book), The Female Eunuch (book), The Fosters (tv), The Front Runner (book), The Gay Liberation Show, The Gay Life, The Great Wrong War: New Zealand Society in WWI (book), The Happy Hooker: My Own Story (book), The Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries (tv), The History of Sexuality (book), The Hours (film), The House Beautiful (lecture), The Hungry Heart: Journeys with William Colenso (2012), The Insiders Guide To Happiness (tv), The Joy of Sex (book), The L Word (tv), The Lady in the Van (film), The Laramie Project, The Line of Beauty (book), The Little Red Book, The Lumiere Reader, The Mortification of Henry James (short story), The Naked Civil Servant (film), The National Curriculum, The New Jim Crow, The New York Times Best Sellers list, The O.C. (tv), The Open Accounts of an Honesty Box (book), The Penguin Book of New Zealand Verse, The Persistent desire: a femme-butch reader, The Personal Is Political (1968), The Price of Salt (book), The Professor's House  (book), The Pursuit of Love (book), The Regents Canal, The Return (composition), The Right Time (song), The Search for Anne Perry (book), The Second Sex (book), The Shining City (book), The Silent Migration: Ngati Poneke Young Maori Club (book), The Strip (tv), The Transsexual Empire: The Making of the She-Male, The Triumph of Hope (short story), The Twilight Zone (tv), The Uncle's Story (book), The Well of Loneliness (book), The Winding City, The Wizard of Oz, The Woman in White (book), The World of Suzie Wong (film), Theorem: A Dream of Change (film), Thin Edge of the Wedge (film), This is a Femme Slam (poem), This Is Not For You (book), To Be Who I Am (2008), To Wong Foo - Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (film), Tomboy (song), Topp Twins (2017, exhibition), Torch Song Trilogy (play), Torrens Fund, Towards the Day We Are All Free, Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), Transamerica (2005), Transgender Dysphoria Blues (album), Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc to Dennis Rodman, Transparent (tv), Twilight Women Around the World (book), Two Ticks Campaign (census), Two-by-Two: Men in Pairs (book), Uncle Vanya (play), Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Until Proven Innocent (tv), Urban Numina, Utu (film), Visible - 60 women at 60 (book), Vogue (magazine), Waiata Wahine, Wallace Arts Trust Prize for Short Fiction, War Cry (magazine), We Don't Have Any of Those People Here (2010), We Don't Have To Be The Building (2016), We the Ones, Whale Rider (film), Whanau Ora, What's Happening To Me? (book), Where Did I Come From? (book), Where's Waari? (book), Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity, Who Was That Woman, Anyway? (book), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (film), Whole Earth Catalog, Willa Cather: A Life Saved Up (book), Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship, Wolfenden report, Woman or Girlfriend (poem), Women in Love (book), Women in Love (film), Women's suffrage petition (1893), Women's Weekly (magazine), Word is Out (film), World Boxing News, Yellow Face (play), Yogyakarta Principles, Youth 2000 National Youth Health and Wellbeing Survey, Youth'07 survey, Youth'12 survey


2000 Summer Olympic Games (Sydney), 48Hours, A-Camp, AIDS Memorial Quilt conference 1995, AIDS roadshow (Bruce Burnett), Alternative Bindings, anti Vietnam War protest, Anti-Homosexuality Bill (Uganda), Armageddon Expo, AROHA Festival, Asia / Oceania Powerlifting Championships, Asia Pacific Outgames, Asia Pacific Outgames (2011), Auckland Pride Festival, Auckland Pride Gala (2015), Auckland Writers and Readers Festival, Auckland Zinefest (2015), Bastion Point occupation (1978), Bastion Point occupation (1982), Battle of the Somme, Beacons of Hope (Wellington), Beyond conference (2013), Big Gay Out (Auckland), Bigot Busters conference (1985, Wellington), Bigot Busters rally (1985, Wellington), Bisexual Awareness Week, Blue Jeans Day, Boer War, Butch Femme Queer Feminist Elders (2012), C.L.I.T Fest Wellington 2013, Candlelight March, Candlelight Memorials, Canterbury earthquake 2011, Castro Street fair, Cavaliers tour (1986), Chechnya Vigil (Wellington), CoffeQ (Dunedin), Commonwealth Games, Compton's Cafeteria riot (1966), Cricket World Cup (2015), CubaDupa (Wellington), Day of Silence, Devotion (Wellington), Devotion parade, Dewey's lunch counter sit-ins (1965), Disability Arts Festival, Drawing it Out, Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival, Easter Rising (Ireland), Enough is Enough (march), Fabulunch, Feminist Futures: Transforming the 21st Century (2013), Foreshore and seabed hikoi, Freedom dance party (Christchurch), GABA Gold Charity Auction, Gay Games, Gay Liberation week, Gay Ski Week, Gay Space coffee evening (Auckland), General election (1984), Glastonbury Festival, GLITCH Youth Decolonisation Hui (2015), GLITTFAB Symposium (2016, Palmerston North), Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp, Haka Party Incident (1979), Hero (Auckland), Heroes Out West (Auckland), High School Diversity tour (2011), HLR30 Hands On, Homisexual (Box Oceania), Hui a Tau, Hui Putahi (2012), Hui Takataapui, Hui Takataapui (2014), IGA World conference (30 June - 7 July 1985, Toronto), ILGA World conference (24 June - 3 July 1994), Impulse conference (1973), International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Transphobia and Intersexphobia (17 May), International day of action in support of homosexual law reform (August 1985), International Women of Courage 2016 Awards, International Women's Day, International Women's Year (1975), International year of the family (1994), KAHA Youth Hui (2007), KAHA Youth Hui (2009), Katherine Mansfield Short Story Awards, Kazam Youth Hui (2011), Korean War, Ladies Litera-tea, Lambda Literary Awards, Lesbian and Gay Dances (Wellington), Lesbian and Gay Fair (Wellington), Lesbian Ball (Auckland), Lesbian Summer Camp, Let's Talk About Sex (hui), Love Life Fono, Love parade (Wellington), March against sexual violence (2017, Parliament), Marriage Equality Conference (2012), Matariki Poetry Slam, Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, Miss Capital Drag (2014), Miss Galaxy Pageant, Miss New Zealand, Museums Aotearoa conference (2017), National Conference of Lesbians and Gays in Education (Wellington 1986), National Gay and Lesbian conference (1972), National Gay Liberation conferences, National Gay Rights Conference, National Lesbian Studies Conferences (1993,1995), National Poetry Slam, Nelson Masked Parade, New Years Eve, New Zealand Lesbian Conference (1974), Next Big Thing (Auckland Theatre Company), North American Outgames, Nuremberg Rally, NXT:14 Youth Leaders Conference, NXT15 - LGBTIQ Youth Leaders Conference, Occupation of Bastion Point (1977-78), Olympic Games, Operation 8, Orlando mass killing (2016), Out in the carPark (Wellington), Out in the Park (Wellington), Out in the Square (Wellington), Pacific Human Rights Conference (2015), Pacific Region Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting (2015, Samoa), Patchwork hui (2013), People of Colour Decolonisation Hui, Pike River Mine disaster, Pink Shirt Day, Play It Strange, Playwrights b4 25, Poetry Idol Slam, PoetryLive at the Thirsty Dog (Auckland), Positive Women family hui, Pride, Pride (Christchurch), Pride (Hamilton), Pride (Nelson), Pride parade, Pride parade (Auckland), Pride Parade (Wellington), Proud 2016 (Wellington), Proud Mary, Proud to Play NZ (2016), Queer History in the Making (2015), Queer History Month (September), Queer the Night (Wellington), Quilter case (1996), Rainbow Election Forum (2017), Rainbow Pride Community Honours (Wellington), Rainbow Youth Alternative Ball, Rally for Marriage Equality, Reclaim the Night, Recreation festival (Wellington), Safety in Schools for Queers, Same Same But Different  (2016), San Bernardino mass killing (2015), Sesqui 1990, Shift hui, Shift hui (2015), Shift hui (2016), Shift hui (2017), Shirts and Skirts (Box Oceania), Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Solidarity with Orlando Candlelight Vigil (Wellington), Spirit Day (20 October), Springbok rugby tour (1981), Stonewall 25 (1994), Stonewall riots (1969), Stop AIDS campaign, Sydney Gay Solidarity Group march (1978), Sydney Mardi Gras, Te Maori exhibition, Te Matatini, Tea Cups (poem), The Holocaust, UN World Conference on Women (Nairobi, 1985), Vietnam War, Waihopai spy base protest (2008), Wellington Pride Festival (2016), White Night riots, Wigs On Waterfront, Women's Conference, Women's dance (Christchurch), women's forums (1984), Women's Studies Association of New Zealand conference (Hamilton), World AIDS Day, World Congress of Families (2013), World Outgames (2009), World Powerlifting Championship, World War 1, World War 2, Young and Hungry Festival of New Theatre, Young Nationals conference (1984)


a born bachelor, abomination, ace (asexual), aro (aromantic), baby dyke, bar queens, bear, beats, bedroom gymnastics, being a plant, Big Teds, bog queens, bogan, bogs, bottom, bum fucker, bummer, butch dyke, camp, camp talk, chill, Ching chong, chocolate speedway driver, cissy boy, closet, corn holing, cottaging, couchsurfing, COW (Conscientious Older Woman student), cracking it, cum, dandy, degenerate, demon (undercover police), deviant, diesel dyke, digger (dungeon), down-low, Drag Queen, dressed up, dyke, fag, faggot, fairy, flaming, fruit, gaith (gay faith), gay best friend (GBF), gay cancer, gay girls, gay ladies, Gay Lynn (Grey Lynn), gay years, gaymers (gay video gamers), goach (gay coach), gobbler, God Bless Us Nelly Queens, going through a phase, granny / aunty, hit, homo couple, hookups, hunting lesbian, Hutt boys, in phase, intensely private, invert, knob, ladies, LBD (Lesbian Bed Death), lesbihonest, limp-wristed, lipstick lesbian, mary, mincing, moobs (man boobs), moral deviant, my hat, never married, no asians, of the lesbian type, one of those sort of women, otter, pansy, pash, pervert, phoenix up, plucked, poof, poofter, potato and rice, pray the gay away, prodigay, queeny boy, rainbow, rentboy, rug muncher, runway gay, screaming queer, sexual inversion, sexual inversion, shade, shemale, ship mole, shirt lifter, side hoe, sightseeing, sissy, skragged, slut, so gay, special friends, sports dyke, spruik, sprung, terd tapper, the German glance, the other side, the unfortunate experiment, top, tranny, trick, trick strip, trolling, twink, under the cosh, unnatural, unspring, wrist flapping


17 Tory Street (Wellington), Abu Ghraib, Albert Park (Auckland), Alfies (Auckland), Alfies (Wellington), Ali Baba's nightclub (aka the Cave, Wellington), Aotea Square (Auckland), Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland Girls' Grammar School, Auckland Grammar School, Auckland Hospital, Auckland Town Hall, Auckland University of Technology, Auschwitz concentration camp, Australian High Commission (Wellington), Awhina Centre (Wellington), Banana bar (Wellington), Bats Theatre (Wellington), Berkeley High School (California, USA), Bistro bar (Royal Oak Hotel), Blue Note (Wellington), Bluenote Bar (Wellington), Broadway (New York City), Bruce Burnett Clinic (Auckland), Burgundy's (Auckland), Burwood Hospital Plastic Surgery Unit, Ca d'Oro (Auckland), Caluzzi Bar and Cabaret (Auckland), Capital Books (Wellington), Carlson School (Auckland), Carmen's Curios Shop (Wellington), Carmen's International Coffee Lounge (Wellington), Cashel Mall (Christchurch), Casper's Bar and Cafe (Wellington), Castro Camera, Chez Ivy's (Sydney), Christchurch Courts, Christchurch Municipal Tepid Baths, Circa Theatre (Wellington), Circle of Friends, Civic Square (Wellington), Clown's restaurant (Auckland), Club bar (Royal Oak), Club Exotic (Wellington), Club Exotique (Wellington), Club Ivy (Wellington), Club Q (Palmerston North), Clyde Quay School (Wellington), Community House (84 Willis Street, Wellington), Courtenay Place Men's Toilet (Wellington), CPIT (Christchurch), CRUZ bar, CTV Building, D.I.C. (Wellington department store), Days Bay (Eastbourne), DNA (Auckland), Dominion Hotel (Wellington), Downstage Theatre (Wellington), Earthsong (eco-neighbourhood), Eastern Hutt School, Egyptian Tearooms (Wellington), El Matador (Wellington), Elam School of Fine Arts (Auckland), Embassy of the Russian Federation in New Zealand (Wellington), Evergreen Cafe (Wellington), Family Bar (Auckland), Forester's Arms Hotel (Wellington), Frank Kitts Park (Wellington), Frank Kitts Park Lagoon (Wellington), Garnet Station (Auckland), Gay Community Centre (Wellington), Golders Green Crematorium (London), Goucher College, Grand Hall (Parliament), Grand Hotel (Wellington), Great Northern Hotel (Auckland), Hag farm (Banks Peninsula), Hecate (women's health centre, Wellington), Hermitage Hotel, Hinemoa (ferry), Hole in the Wall (Wellington), Holocaust Centre of New Zealand, Homewood (British High Commission, Wellington), Horowhenua College, Howe Street public toilet (Auckland), Hutt Intermediate School, Hutt Valley High School, Imperial Hotel (Wellington), Inglewood High School, Inn on Castro, Ivy Bar (Wellington), Jame Smiths corner (Wellington), John McGlashan College, Joyce Layland LGBT Centre (Manchester, UK), Kaimiro, Kamo (Auckland), Karitane, Karori, Karori Reservoir (Wellington), Kasr El Aini Hospital, Khandallah school (Wellington), Kiss (Auckland), Knox Church Hall (Lower Hutt), Lambda Centre (Christchurch), Lambda Centre (Wellington), Lambda Coffee House (Christchurch), Le Balcon / The Balcony (Wellington), Legislative Council Chamber (Parliament), Les Girls (Auckland), Les Girls (Sydney), Lesbian and Gay Rights Resource Centre (Wellington), Liberation Books (Wellington), Lilburn Room (National Library of New Zealand), Linwood High School (Christchurch), Lorraine's Cake Kitchen (Wellington), Lotus College (Dunedin), Lynfield College (Auckland), Manawatu Scottish Hall (Palmerston North), Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre (Auckland), Manukau Institute of Technology, Maori (ferry), Melbourne Gender Dysphoria Clinic, Menfriends, Meow (Wellington), Mexicali bar (Wellington), Michael Fowler Centre (Wellington), Midnight Club (Auckland), Mojo's (Auckland), Mount Crawford Prison, Napier Boys Highschool, Nauru Regional Processing Centre, Nelson College for Girls, New Plymouth Boys' High School, New Plymouth Prison, Newtown School (Wellington), Nga Kete Wananga Marae (Manukau), Nga Taonga Sound and Vision (Wellington), NZAF Burnett Centre, Oakley Hospital (Auckland), Observatory Hotel (Sydney), Onslow College (Wellington), Otari-Wilton's Bush, Out bookshop (Auckland), Overseas Passenger Terminal (Wellington), Paramount Theatre (Wellington), Parliament, Pataka (Porirua), Photospace gallery (Wellington), Pink Pussycat Club (Auckland), Pitt St Methodist Church (Auckland), Play Girls (Hong Kong), Ponsonby Community Centre (Auckland), Pop-up Globe (Auckland), Porirua Mental Hospital, Pound (Wellington), Powder Puff (referred to as the Powder Poof, Wellington), Powerhouse Gym (Wellington), Premier Drapery Company Ltd (PDC) store (Palmerston North), Preservatorium Cafe and Cannery (Wellington), Pride Centre, Public Trust Building (Wellington), Pulse nightclub (Orlando, USA), Purple Onion (Sydney), Purple Onion (Wellington), QE2 (ocean liner), Queen Margaret College, Queen Street (Auckland), RAF Greenham Common (UK), Railway Tavern (Wellington), Rainbow Room, Ramada Inn, Regent Tavern (Wellington), RNZAF Base Shelly Bay, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Royal Oak Hotel (Wellington), Royal Palace of the Kingdom of Tonga, Salvation Army Citadel (Wellington), San Francisco Bath House (Wellington), Sayonara (Wellington), Scots College (Wellington), Scotty and Mal's Cocktail Bar (Wellington), Shakespeare Hotel (Auckland), Shed 21 (Wellington), Shelly Bay Air Force Base (Wellington), Shine nightclub, Sinners (Auckland), Sky Tower (Auckland), Sorrento Coffee Lounge (Wellington), Southern Cross Garden Bar (Wellington), Square Edge Arts Centre (Palmerston North), St Andrew's on the Terrace (Wellington), St Cuthbert's College (Auckland), St James Theatre (Wellington), St Matthew-in-the-City, St Michael and All Angels Anglican Church (Christchurch), St Peter's church (Wellington), St. Marks Baths (New York), Staircase (Auckland), Starbucks Hamilton, Stonewall Inn, Sunset Strip (Wellington), Taj Mahal Toilet (Wellington), Tapu te Ranga Marae (Wellington), Tararua Tramping Club, Tavern bar (Royal Oak Hotel), Taylors Mistake (Christchurch), Te Aro Park (Wellington), Te Horouta Marae, Te Papa-o-Rotu Marae (Whatawhata), Te Puea Marae (Auckland), Tete a Tete (Wellington), The Boatshed (Wellington), The Box (Auckland), The Closet, The Globe Theatre (London), The Opera House (Wellington), The Wellesley Club (Wellington), Thistle Hall (Wellington), Toledo bar (Royal Oak, Wellington), Trades Hall (Grey Lynn), Trades Hall (Wellington), Trentham Military Camp, Turtle Cove Beach Resort (Australia), University of Auckland, University of California (UCLA), University of Otago, University of Otago Wellington School of Medicine, University of Waikato, Vance Vivian (Wellington), Victoria Club (Wellington), Victoria Park (Christchurch), Victoria Spa sauna, Victoria University of Wellington, Vivian Street (Wellington), Waitangi Park (Wellington), Wakefield Sauna, Wallaceville House (Upper Hutt), Wellesley College, Wellington Botanic Gardens, Wellington City Gallery, Wellington City Library, Wellington Community Law Centre, Wellington East Girls' College, Wellington High School, Wellington Hospital, Wellington Jewish Community Centre, Wellington Polytechnic, Wellington Railway Station, Wellington Teachers College, Wellington Town Hall, Wellington Trade Fair, Wellington Women's Resource Centre, Wesley church hall (Wellington), Westlake Boys High School, Westpac Stadium (Wellington), Westside Sauna (Auckland), White Heron Motor Lodge (Wellington), White House strip club (Auckland), Women's Common Room (Auckland University), Women's Place bookshop (Wellington), Women's Room (Victoria University), Women's Sacred Mysteries Group (Canterbury), Zealandia (Wellington)

Geographic Locations

Aceh (Indonesia), Adelaide, Africa, Akaroa, Amberley, American Samoa, Amsterdam, Antarctica, Antwerp, Aoraki Mount Cook, Aotearoa New Zealand, Argentina, Aro valley (Wellington), Ashburton, Auckland, Australia, Austria, Avondale (Auckland), Balclutha, Bangkok, Banks Peninsula, Barbados, Barcelona, Bastion Point, Bay of Islands, Bay of Plenty, Berhampore (Wellington), Berkeley (California, USA), Berlin, Blackball, Blenheim, Borneo, Bougainville Island, Brazil, Brisbane, Cairo, California, Cambodia, Canada, Canary Islands, Canterbury, Carterton, Charlottesville (USA), Chechnya, Chicago, China, Christchurch, Colombia, Constable Street (Wellington), Constitution Hill (Auckland), Cook Islands, Copenhagen, Courtenay Place (Wellington), Croatia, Cuba, Cuba Street (Wellington), Czechoslovakia, Dannevirke, Dargaville, Denmark, Dunedin, Eastbourne, Egypt, Epsom (Auckland), Ethiopia, Europe, Featherston, Federated States of Micronesia, Fielding, Fiji, Florida, Florida (USA), Foxton, France, Gallipoli, Gebbies Pass, Geneva, Germany, Ghuznee Street (Wellington), Gisborne, Gosford, Grafton (Auckland), Greenwich Village (New York), Greymouth, Guam, Hagley Park, Haiti, Hamilton, Harris Street (Wellington), Hastings, Hawaii, Hawera, Hawkes Bay, Hokitika, Holland, Hong Kong, Horowhenua, Houston, Hunters Corner (Auckland), Iceland, India, Indonesia, Inglewood, Invercargill, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Johannesburg, Johnsonville, Kaiapoi, Kaimiro, Kaitaia, Kapiti, Karangahape Road, Kawhia, Kelburn (Wellington), Kent, Kereru (Hawkes Bay), Khandallah (Wellington), Kilbirnie (Wellington), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Kings Cross, Kobe (Japan), Korea, Kumara, Lambton Quay (Wellington), letter bomb, Levin, London, Los Angeles, Lower Hutt, Lyttelton, Madrid, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Manawatu, Manchester Street (Christchurch), Manurewa, Marlborough, Marshall Islands, Marton, Masterton, Matamata, Matiu/Somes Island, Melbourne, Middle East, Midland Park (Wellington), Minnesota, Minsk, Miramar (Wellington), Mokoia Island, Montreal, Morocco, Mosgiel, Motueka, Mount Ruapehu, Mount Taranaki, Mount Victoria (Wellington), Murupara, Nairn Street (Wellington), Napier, Nauru, Nelson, Nepal, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Plymouth, New South Wales, New York City, Newtown (Wellington), Ngaruawahia, Nigeria, Niue, North Canterbury, North Shore (Auckland), Northern Mariana Islands, Northland, Nuie, Oceania, Old St Paul's (Wellington), Orlando (Florida, USA), Otago, Otaki, Pacific, Paekakariki, Paeroa, Pahiatua, Palestine, Palmerston North, Panama, Panguru, Papua New Guinea, Paraparaumu, Parihaka, Paris, Philadelphia, Philippines, Phuket, Pipitea Street (Wellington), Pitcairn Islands, Polynesia, Ponsonby, Porirua, Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea), Pukeatua, Queensland, Queenstown, Raglan, Rangiora, Rarotonga, Raumati, Republic of Cuba, Rochester New York (USA), Rotorua, Russia, Saint Martins, Saint Petersburg, Samoa, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Barbara, Scotland, Seattle, Serbia, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Africa, Space, Spain, Sri Lanka, State of Qatar, Surrey, Sweden, Switzerland, Sydney, Tahiti, Taihape, Tairawhiti, Taiwan, Takaka, Tamaki, Tangier, Tanzania, Taranaki, Tasmania, Taumarunui, Taupo, Tauranga, Te Atatu (electorate), Te Whaiti, Tennyson Street (Wellington), Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands, Texas, Thailand, The Castro, The Gambia, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Timaru, Tokelau, Tokyo, Tonga, Toronto, Tunisia, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Upper Hutt, Vancouver, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Vienna, Vietnam, Vinegar Hill, Waiau, Waiheke Island, Waikanae, Waikato, Wainuiomata, Waiouru, Wairarapa, Waitangi, Warialda, Warsaw, Wellington, Wellsford, West Coast, West End (London), Westport, Whanganui, Whangaparaoa, Whangarei, Whatawhata, Zambia, Zimbabwe


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