Article Title:Big Gay Out 2008 - from A to Z
Author or Credit:Matt Akersten
Published on:4th February 2008 - 04:27 pm
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Text:Peter Kaiser before you leave for the park, as any cancellation will be posted here first! And the Girl Love and Guy Love Weather Angels will film live 'Nipple-O-Meter' weather reports in front of their stall at 2:45pm. X is for eX-spotting The Big Gay Out is an awesome opportunity to stalk your ex's and see who they're hanging out with now! But be ready with a polite (but dismissive) smile if the unthinkable happens and you accidentally make eye contact… Y is for Youth Young LGBT people's social and support network Rainbow Youth will have a couple of stalls at the Big Gay Out, staffed by friendly volunteers who can let you know about the many regular events happening around Auckland for people under 27 years. Go and say hi. Z is for Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz… Hey, wake up! If you've still got some energy after a busy Big Gay Out, head along to the official Recovery Party from 7pm until Midnight at Kiss Bar (309 K' Road). With their Fluffy and Ultra DJ's and tasty snacks, it'll be the perfect way to top off the day. See you at the Big Gay Out, at Coyle Park in Auckland's Point Chev from 12 noon until 7pm on Sunday 10 February. Quick the link below for all the official Big Gay Out information. Matt Akersten - 4th February 2008    
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