This is our new information site for New Zealand's gay organisations and gay-friendly services. We also include articles of particular interest to people newly exploring their sexuality.
Since Gay Line Wellington started in the year 2000 we have been providing information about being gay in Wellington that includes listings of gay and gay friendly organisations in Wellington and the surrounding provinces of New Zealand, what's on specially for GLBTI people in and around Wellington and articles of special interest to GLBTI people generally. We have also been working closely with the Rule Foundation to provide financial support for some Wellington GLBTI organisations.
Thistle Hall, Cuba St, 22 – 28 June 2015 10:00 – 18:00
A series of abstracts - ink on wax
GRAHAM BRANDRETH WILLS
Thistle Hall Gallery
Upper Cuba Street
22 - 28 June 2015
10 - 6
I have been working on an anthology of stories from older LGBTI people, which will be published by the not-for-profit Melbourne publisher, The Rag and Bone Man Press this November. I do have one story from New Zealand. I thought the anthology would benefit from more stories from New Zealand.
Gay Line Needs a Marketing Officer - a volunteer position responsible for promoting the Gay Line Wellington Trust and its website: gayline.org.nz.
My name is David Betts and I am a PhD student who is looking to talk to people who identify as either lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, intersex, or asexual (LGBTQ+) of or over the age of 60. I would like to talk to you about your close relationships with people and communities, and your experiences of wellbeing over your lifetime. I am hoping that this research will provide some insight into the lived experiences of older LGBTQ+ people, about which very little is known.
Grant is a trained Life Coach, with considerable experience in working with people in need of stress management. He is particularly interested in working with GLBT clients.
Bisexuality is about being sexually or romantically attracted to people of both sexes but is not necessarily about active bisexual behaviour. It is ultimately a matter of how you see yourself.
Focus on quality and residents’ rights for rainbow older people living in aged care facilities - workbooks, training guides and video.