Article Title:Out In The Square snapshot
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford
Published on:12th March 2011 - 03:33 pm
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Story ID:10058
Text:Our crew on the ground had a chat to a variety of people at Out In The Square about where they were from, whether they are Outgames competitors and what their message for readers is.   Name: Diana Age: 55 From: Wellington Outgames sport: Triathlon – and she won a silver medal today!! Message: “Older lesbians do it better!” Name: Michael Age: 44 From: Melbourne Outgames sport: Tennis Message: “Enjoy the games”   Name: Nikki Age: 57 From: Wellington Outgames sport: None Message: “Celebrate diversity”     Name: Des Age: 71 From: Wellington Outgames sport: None, but running a tour of Zealandia, the Karori sanctuary Message: “Be Out. Be proud. Accept who you are and get on with living,” and “zero tolerance of homophobia in New Zealand.”     Name: Liz Age: 47 From: Wellington Outgames sport: Not competing in a sport but is attending Human Rights Conference. Message: “I think the Green Party has the gay Green solutions we need for a better future” (ok, fine, we'll allow one plug!) Jacqui Stanford - 12th March 2011    
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