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Queer Avengers

In this podcast Sara Fraser talks about the history of the Queer Avengers and some of its activities. The group was formed in Wellington in 2011 and was committed to stopping sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination through social and political means.

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1970s, 2010s, acceptance, actions, activism, activities, adoption, ageing, all blacks, anger, aotearoa new zealand, australia, barack obama, bars, beyond conference (2013), birth certificate, boulcott street, bullying, campaign for marriage equality, chechnya, chelsea manning, christianity, church, cis female, cross dressing, deadname, dominion post (newspaper), donald trump, elder care, elder issues, elders, embassy of the russian federation in new zealand, embassy theatre, exclusion,, fag, feminism, funding, gay, gender affirming healthcare, gender diverse, gender reassignment surgery, germaine greer, glitter bombing, hate crime, health, health care, homophobic bullying, homophobic violence, human rights, human rights act (1993), identity documents, integrated data infrastructure (idi), israel dagg, judith collins, legaliselove (wellington), lesbian, marginalisation, marginalised communities, marriage amendment act (2012), marriage equality, media, medical history, meetings, military, ministry of education, mis-pronoun, newspapers, non-binary, outerspaces (wellington), outing, people of colour, photography, police, posters, press release, pride, protest, queer, queer our schools (campaign), queer straight alliance (qsa), queer the night (wellington), retirement, rosemary mcleod, rugby, russia, safe space, safety, sara fraser, school, school's out (lower hutt), school's out (wellington), scott morrison, select committee, sex education, sex worker exclusionary radical feminism (swerf), shelley te waiariki howard, social media, stickers, support, surveillance, sydney (australia), sydney mardi gras, the queer avengers (wellington), theresa may, tiwhanawhana, trades hall, trans, trans-exclusionary radical feminism (terf), transgender, transgender activism, transgender bullying, transgender day of remembrance, transphobia, transphobic violence, tranzform (wellington), violence, wellington, wellington writers and readers (wellington), wikileaks, women's space, youth

Record date:1st September 2018
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Interviewer:Gareth Watkins