An interview with Des Smith and John Jolliff, recorded during the community event Queer History in the Making. Des and John were one of the first couples in New Zealand to have a civil union in 2005. They subsequently married in 2015.
1980s, 1990s, 2010s, a.j. marsh, amanduh la whore, aotearoa new zealand, archives, bullying, community, des smith, devotion (wellington), elaine lethbridge, elders, history, hiv/aids, homophobia, homophobic bullying, homosexual law reform, homosexual law reform act (1986), individual, john jolliff, kim davis, lesbian and gay archives of new zealand (laganz), lesbian and gay fair, magazines, marriage, marriage equality, minority, national library of new zealand, newtown school, onslow college, posters, public affection, public display of affection (pda), queer history in the making (2015), relationships, school's out (wellington), vigilance, visibility, wellington, zealandia
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affection, balance, canada, class, coming up, difference, discrimination, environment, farewell, fear, france, friends, fun, gay, god, headmaster, hell, heterosexual, holding hands, homosexual, homosexual law reform, hope, job, kissing, law, lesbian, library, love, nature, opportunity, other, paris, people, queer, rainbow, school, success, survey, walking, wedding, women, work
|Record date:||12th September 2015|
|Location:||Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand|
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