"Marry me Chris Warner?"
Posted: 29th April 2016
At twenty years old, James Malcolm is already a Billy T Award nominee and one hell of a funny guy. We chat to him about falling in love with Chris Warner, cracking jokes and coming out in the most appropriate of ways.
The legend of Prince
Posted: 28th April 2016
The world is mourning the death of music legend, Prince, who passed away last week. The androgynous, LGBTI icon pushed the boundaries of gender and will forever be remembered for his eclectic style and his unique fusion of rock, funk, pop and R&B.
Preview: Inside the Chinese Closet
Posted: 27th April 2016
Inside the Chinese Cloest follows the story of a Shanghai gay man and lesbian woman who both attend a fake marriage fair in the hopes of finding someone of the opposite sex to marry.
Part One: Surrogacy, at home and abroad.
Posted: 21st April 2016
Green MP, Kevin Hague currently has a Bill in the house that touches on issues of surrogacy. A very topical issue, we delve into the issues surrounding surrogacy, at home and abroad.
• Queering the Auckland Writer's Festival
• Two Naked Gay Guys
• Rainbow Youth's big, bright, new home
LGBTI and Rights
Posted: 14th April 2016
The Human Rights Commission's most recent radio show was on "LGBTQI+ rights." Guests on the show include Commissioner Richard Tankersley, William Spurlin, a professor visiting from London & Anne Nicholson from Qtopia.
• Coming out over a coffee
• Pride in the Park
A wedding in the rain
Posted: 11th September 2015
"Turns out Chels and Sami had been planning to elope, but at the last minute decided they’d like to include a small circle of family and friends. It felt like a rather large conspiracy."
• The gentrification of being gay
• Gala dinner raises thousands for NZ Falcons
Rainbow Youth's big, bright, new home
Posted: 14th April 2016
It's a little hard to find at the moment. But the big new home of Auckland's Rainbow Youth organisation are set to become a major player in glbti life in the Queen city and further afield.
• My Life before Law Reform: Jay Bennie
• Adoption, the law and us
Posted: 16th January 2016
In December 2015's Attitude, there was a sobering section on chemsex and HIV/AIDS in the United Kingdom. What can we learn from it?
• Dealing with stress and loneliness this silly season
• Hookup apps and Asia's HIV epidemic
• Playing safe this summer
Reassignment Surgery in New Zealand: A National Scandal
Posted: 26th April 2016
Although the Special High Cost Treatment Pool is supposed to fund minuscule numbers of reassignment surgeries for New Zealand transpeople, surgeons aren't even doing that.
• Dakota Hemmingson's day in court
• History Never Repeats
• Takanini Trouble?