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Rainbow history

An exploration of some of the fascinating stories from the histories of our queer communities - focusing on trans history in Wellington and the history of HIV AIDS in New Zealand. Speakers include Aliyah Winter, Lee Eklund and Max Tweedie. A special thank you to the participants and InsideOUT for allowing this session to be recorded and shared.

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1990s, 2000s, 2010s, abortion, about face: jewel's darl (tv, 1985), act up, aliyah winter, aotearoa new zealand, auckland, aunty dana's op shop, bird flu, cancer, carmen rupe, carmen's international coffee lounge, carterton, coming out, condomless sex, condoms, dana de milo, dating, dating app, democratic republic of the congo, discrimination, eartha kitt, evolve wellington youth service, family planning, gender identity, gender minorities aotearoa (gma), georgina beyer, gonorrhea, green cross pharmacy, grim reaper (advertisement), grindr, history, hiv stigma, hiv transmission, hiv/aids, homosexual law reform, injection drug user (idu), intersex, intersex trust aotearoa new zealand (itanz), intersexion (film), lee eklund, mani bruce mitchell, maori women's welfare league, marriage equality, max tweedie, medications, member of parliament, methamphetamine, msm, new zealand aids foundation (nzaf), nude beaches, nz on screen, parliament buildings, paul henry, pharmaceutical management agency (pharmac), police, pornography, prep (pre-exposure prophylaxis), prep shaming, prevention, prostitution reform act (2003), public health, radio, san francisco, sex, sex education, sex positivity, sex work, sexual health, sexual identity, shift hui, shift hui (2018), stis, swine flu, sydney (australia), te horouta marae, testing, traffic light, transgender, truvada, undetectable = untransmittable (u=u, campaign), undetectable viral load, united kingdom, united states of america, vancouver, visibility, wairarapa, youth

Record date:20th April 2018
Location:Te Horouta Marae