This month we chat to Julie, who runs a group called Drumbeat – a group for parents, caregivers and people who care for young people who are gender questioning.
It’s attitude month on DPSN, and we chatted to Georgia from ITANZ and Intersex Youth Aotearoa, about changing attitudes towards intersex people
It’s Beginnings month, and I sat down to chat with Richard Fairgray to talk about how we packed up his life and work in New Zealand to begin again in the USA and restart his comic ‘Blastosaurus’
We interviewed Julie Watson to talk to us about the change people go through when entering aged-care facilities, and how she works to change the sector to make it more friendly to the Rainbow Community with Silver Rainbow
We finish off our interview with Rachel Harrison about child sexual abuse and power
Rachel Harrison talks to us about the pressure to keep silent about child sexual abuse, and how we can create spaces for children to be empowered, and to feel confident enough to talk to us if they need to.
We chat with Makyla about the history of printing in New Zealand, and her work to reinvigorate letterpress printing in Te Reo Māori: