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.
Rainbow Wellington, The Wellington Rainbow Network. Networking, social and political group for LGBTI communities. Friday drinks on the second Friday of the month.
Now well into its fifth decade, the New Zealand International Film Festival is a popular annual event operated by a charitable trust dedicated to expanding the options of audiences and film-makers alike.
The Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand Te Pūranga Takatāpui o Aotearoa (LAGANZ) is delighted to announce a new event on 12 September 2015 for the Wellington Queer calendar.
INTERNATIONAL AIDS CANDLELIGHT MEMORIAL
TE MARAE TE PAPA, WELLINGTON
17 MAY 2015
SUPPORTING THE FUTURE ON AIDS: TEN COMMANDMENTS OF TE PAPA*
The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG**
HEAVENS’ EMBROIDERED CLOTHS
Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa
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.