Shirley Allan has organised events, worked in community development and as a television freelancer. She plans to work on governance, cultural and community engagement. Kirsten Sibbit left comes from the UK, where she worked in corporate law before consulting for major event. She hopes to contribute event strategy to the board.
Former co-chair Megan Cunningham-Adams stepped down after finishing an eventful three-year term. Heavey says the board will hold three open community forums early in September and October to feed into the event. The event aims to bring activists and academics together, and help them support each other to make feminist change. Workshop topics include self-defence, slam poetry, feminism in the art world, sexual violence and social media, design for feminist activism, and disrupting masculinist comics.
Speakers include Sandra Grey , President of the Tertiary Education Union and a researcher about social activism and dissent at Victoria University; Melbourne-based Audrey Yue , who has studied queer identities, queer Asian migration stories, and Chinese language film; Maori researcher Tracey McIntosh , who studies marginalisation and genocide in Auckland; and Californian-based Constance Penley , who studies film and feminist theory and has co-written The Feminist Porn Book. There will also be poetry and manifestos at Fresh and Fruity Gallery, an artist-run venue that is part of the conference.
Instead of an expensive conference dinner, participants will share fish and chips. The final two-hour session will bring suggestions and questions from during the conference on where to go from here. Co-organiser Rosemary Overell says the organising group is a mix of activists and younger academics, many of whom have a history of activism. The programme will be available by the end of the month. The registration deadline is November See the blog site, the Facebook page , email Rosemary Overell or follow the event on Twitter. Lesbian performer Anji Kreft, left, will be joined by Merrin Cavel, below, as well as two other members of Triple Dip for a night of Anji — Songs, silliness and stuff!
There will be no door sales as there are only 40 tickets, half already sold. She hopes to give the venue the look of a US nightclub from the 40s, with small tables. Once the show is over, Anji will be looking for funding to produce and tour the musical. See Facebook. Rather than a posh hotel in the city, long-time Westie resident and advocate, Cissy Rock, and a group of organisers are eying one of the big warehouse buildings in the Corban Estate Arts Centre in Henderson. Watch this space. A lesbian researcher from the University of Otago wants to talk to at least 15 lesbian and queer women around the country about how they negotiate their sexual relationships, whether casual or long-term.
Dunedin-based Melanie Beres will be visiting Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch for interviews before the end of the year.
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She wants to interview anyone over 16 who identifies as a member of any rainbow community and has some experience with queer relationships or queer sex. Among other things, they will be asked how they demonstrate their willingness to have sex with their partner s and how they know when their partner s are interested. Melanie will do all the interviews and analyse all the data. As a result of her earlier research on sexual negotiation and consent in heterosexual relationships, she was part of a group that advised on the development of a national healthy relationships programme, and also talked to local community groups.
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When this project is finished, she will write a report about it for these groups and education providers. She hopes the results will help develop sexuality education and policy for queer youth and adults. Email Melanie or Her latest novel, The Paying Guests , is set in s London, and has lesbians, passion and murder. Recommendations will go to a council committee meeting in August before being announced.
Gay man Michael Bancroft has been appointed as volunteer co-ordinator for the Outgames, and welcomes Aucklanders who want to participate without competing in a sport.
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The meeting will involve up to 30 people from around the world; ILGA is an umbrella organisation of 1, groups from more than countries that has been campaigning for LGBT rights since See www. Wellington rainbow communities will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Homosexual Law Reform in A show of queer art is planned for this time next year.
Expressions of interest should be sent to co-ordinator Graham Wills, brgeem gmail. Suggestions and requests for events and activities will be posted on Facebook. There is no limit on the number of stories you can submit. Details at OutStanding. A good crowd attended the opening at the Charlotte Museum of an exhibition by Fran Marno, left, of older lesbian faces: eight large canvases in a relatively small space, compared to their size. Previous exhibitions have been in larger spaces at Unitec and Auckland University. The exhibition runs till August 8; see Photos.
It had a theological foundation regarding the way the Bible functions in the life of the Church and how we understand the unity we share in Christ. It focused on pragmatic concerns and preferred to frame the debate in terms of homosexuality as sin. If it is sin, how can we tolerate it in leadership? Graham says those who support the resolution believe it will create a way forward and end debate on the issue but many people are not convinced. Does it cover those who look lustfully at another person, which Jesus warned against when he talked about adultery of the heart? Does it cover someone who has had an affair but is subsequently reconciled with their spouse?
Stuart says AFFIRM opposed the compromise proposal because it would have given equal validity to conflicting theologies that are offensive to each other. There could have been a collapse of national finances and very likely a major schism within the church. As a result the church will be spiritually strengthened, which will have a good effect on New Zealand. It is not narrow-minded, anti-intellectual, or literalist, and it has never opposed women in church leadership. Can a celebrant or church minister refuse to marry a same sex couple?
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