We all live and were born in a nation state. The passports that we have (or don’t have) limit or grant us our freedom to move. Even if we are ideologically against nation states and borders, they are still realities in our lives. People often connect stereotypes with countries they don’t know personally. At TQU we want to challenge these stereotypes and show different artists, activists, events etc. that are all part of the global queer community, and much more diverse than people might expect!

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Kumu Hina – A Place In The Middle

Kumu Hina – A Place In the Middle “KUMU HINA is a powerful film about the struggle to maintain Pacific Islander culture and values within the Westernized society of modern day Hawaiʻi. It is...

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Film Festivals New Zealand

Welcome | Out Takes 2014 Matterhorn, directed by Diederik Ebbinge (The Netherlands), is tied for Best Feature in the Audience Awards Source: www.outtakes.org.nz/

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Groups & Organizations Pacific

Pacific Sexual Diversity Network Papua New Guinea is one of the most culturally diverse countries on Earth, with over 850 indigenous languages and at least as many traditional societies, out of a population of...

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Decolonising Queer* Identities

Decolonising Queer* Identities I’ve always thought that queerness was about living and thriving in the margins. It’s about fighting for rights, right? And ‘rethinking relationships’, and challenging dominate ideas about the body. Evidencing the...

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Groups & Organizations Aotearoa

ITANZ | Intersex Awareness New Zealand A speech at parliament On Saturday the 5th of March I was invited to participate in an event at parliament to mark and celebrate the 30th Anniversary of...

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