On This Day - 22nd November
This list of events is generated from a number of different sources: media items on PrideNZ.com, archived pages from GayNZ.com, our rainbow timeline and links to rainbow-related stories on other media sites. There may be some inaccuracies - please let us know if you find anything that needs changing. If you would like to see a full list of dates click here
Australian celebrity radio jock sues station claiming he was 'discriminated for being gay'
A top rating Australian radio show has been named in a lawsuit against media group ARN alleging homophobic discrimination...
Bill on transgender birth certificates creates big issues
Transgender issues have developed momentum quickly...
Rejected by family, gay athlete thankful for other support
Links: NZ Herald
Time to come out: Hi, I’m Sarah, and I’m intersex
OPINION: So *deep breath* Iâm coming out...
PAPA Speak Out About Auckland Pride Parade
Nearly 21M People Now Have Access to HIV Treatment
21 November 2017 – About 20...
Robert Webb: How Not to Be A Boy.
Actor and comedian Robert Webb is best known for his role in the sitcom Peep Show...
Surrogate ordered to hand baby over after she changed her mind
A surrogate mother has lost custody of her child after a court ruled he would be better placed with the gay couple who arranged for her to have the baby...
Links: NZ Herald
Trans Tasman's Political Pulse - 22 November 2017
AgResearch Science group leader Dr Jolon Dyer, whose team is working on adding value to food exports...
Dr Peter Saxton Educates on AIDS
The Surrogacy Option: An express Investigation
Transprisoner Put Into Solitary
NPIP protesters arrested, charged with trespass
Four No Pride In Prisons protesters who occupied the Hamilton office of the Department of Corrections this morning were this afternoon arrested and have been released on bail...
Pro GLBT Goff Announces Mayoral Candidacy, John Banks Still Undecided
Twist Bar’s Launch Party
“Vote with your feet, don’t support these artists”
With Beenie Man heading to our shores in February, OUTline’s Trevor Easton says the LGBTI community needs to make our voices heard...
Former Leader of US ‘Gay Cure’ Group Marries Male Partner in...
Victorian State Election 2014: Labor Party Makes Pledge to GLBT Community
Welsh rugby to stand against homophobia
Welsh rugby will make a stand against homophobia at tomorrow morning’s test against the All Blacks...
Wellington to bid farewell to Ambassador
McWaine and Huebner The capital’s glbti community will get its chance to farewell US Ambassador David Huebner and his partner Duane McWaine at a Rainbow Wellington event next month...
Reflections on Church and State (Auckland) - Marriage Equality (St Matthew-in-the-City)
Audio from a marriage equality discussion held at St-Matthew-in-the-City, Auckland
Features: Boris Dittrich, Clay Nelson, Louisa Wall
Your submissions: Christians for Marriage Equality
Christians for Marriage Equality - 22nd November 2012 ...
Immigration to allow partners with HIV into NZ
An inconsistently applied government immigration policy which has frequently seen New Zealand gay and bi men separated from their overseas partners has been amended, in a move which is welcomed by people with HIV...
Television news report: Pope Benedict XVI suggests condoms can be a means of preventing HIV transmission ((worldwide))
Interviewees include Austen Ivereigh and Jason Warriner. TV3 news, ref F203361. One News, ref F203085.
Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
Pope's condom comments "long overdue"
The New Zealand AIDS Foundation is welcoming the Vatican's shift in its previously hard-line stance on condom use and sexuality...
Queenstown's first gay bar closes
Queenstown's first-ever gay bar lasted only eight months – it's now closed and new owners plan to rebrand and reopen it soon as a mainstream venue...
Nelson's gay group makes Christmas plans
Nelson's Spectrum gay men's group not only has plans for a gathering on Christmas Day, but will also take a picnic trip to Rabbit Island beach on Boxing Day...
Should gay men be allowed to give blood?
Here's a question for our male readers: Have you had sex with another man sometime in the last ten years? If the answer to this question is YES, then under current New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) regulations, your blood cannot be taken to help save lives in a blood bank...
NZ study: Educated gays come out later
Data from a New Zealand study suggests that ‘coming out to yourself' happens later for more educated people...
School discourages same-sex hugs
Pupils at Fergusson Intermediate, Upper Hutt, are upset after being told by their principal that hugging between girls was not "appropriate behaviour", and threatened with detention if caught...
Gays worthy of death says 12-year-old
The Civil Union Bill supporters ad has begun to pick up media coverage, with opponent lobbyists – including children – coming out of the woodwork...
Sturm guilty of sexual violation
Auckland restauranteur Philip David Sturm has been found guilty on ten of twelve charges relating to sexually violation of four young men...
The State of the HIV Nation
Early in the HIV pandemic the New Zealand AIDS Foundation grew from a gay community determination to come to terms with the presence of a new, frightening, ill-defined illness amongst us...
The Look Out! Gaze In exhibition of gay men's art opens (Wellington, New Zealand)
The exhibition was held in a Wellington City Council building in Civic Square next to the present Public Relations Office. The exhibition was part of the Devotion festival.
Links: National Library
Television: Close Up profile on Adrienne Clark, who identifies as a transsexual (New Zealand)
Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
Television: David Bowie arrives in Wellington (Wellington, New Zealand)
Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
Carmen Rupe interviewed by David Mahoney (1975) (Wellington)
Carmen Rupe interviewed in 1975 by 2ZM host David Mahoney
Features: Carmen Rupe
Two women appear in court after being found to be married and living as husband and wife (Auckland, New Zealand)
The court orders both women to submit themselves to psychiatric treatment.
Links: Papers Past