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.
Want to finally get the abs you've always dreamed of? Forget the 'easy six pack in six days', Julz Darroch has the real secrets to a washboard stomach.
Are you one of those people who think that if we were supposed to run they'd serve cocktails in sipper bottles? (mmm, not a bad idea actually) but really would like to start increasing your fitness or decreasing your fatness? What about Walkies then?
Back in the straight world, I have spent half a career educating women that no matter how many weights they lift they won't get big ole muscles and end up looking like a man - Julz Darroch talks about gaining muscles for all the good girls and bois.
The picture on the wall spoke to me. A young man in white, with delicate features, stylish, intelligent, sensual, the kind of man I can get attracted to. And I just felt that the artist was fond of him too.
His friends have known he's gay for ages, but 26-year-old Aucklander Andrew is uncomfortable with the idea of telling his folks about it. He tells his story, and Rainbow Youth's Tom Hamilton offers his thoughts about coming out to your loved ones.
Meet the Scottish born lawyer whose groundbreaking case has secured the right for same-sex de facto couples in New Zealand to jointly adopt.
Pink Shirt Day is a national campaign aimed to raise awareness about the power to prevent bullying. Friday, 26 May 2017
We are creating a shared directory for New Zealand’s GLBTI communities. Donations help us to do that and are gratefully received through Give a Little.