In the first of our Summer Series, Grace Shelley reflects on Christmases past, unpacks critical hits to the psyche made from across the breakfast table and ponders the future.
After two long years with dates pushed out and pushed out again Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova finally arrived in Pōneke. Kat wasn’t going to miss the chance to finally see them live.
Michelle Rahurahu writes to essa may ranapiri and ECHIDNA. A personal essay to a poet, founding whaea, artist and friend.
Netflix’s overwhelmingly popular new show Heartstopper has found itself fans all over the world. Queer high schooler Jude let’s us know why Heartstopper is important to them.
Fuck Ricky Gervais, fuck Dave Chappelle, fuck TERFs and fuck transphobes. Fuck right off!!!
Sometimes, it takes a community to create and in doing so, a community is created.
Around an Asian migrant dinner table, dietary restrictions, chronic illness and queerness become thorny subjects to avoid.
“What it means to be a monster.” A personal and introspective look at ethnicity and whiteness from Eamonn Tee. “Mōmoke” is a story about reconciling physcial appearance with ethnic and cultural heritage.
At the brink of a fundamental shift in the world, Cileme pours out anxious thoughts and grasps for moments of bliss from days past.
Mari digs their heels in and wades through the complex boundary of being loved and being liked by your parents.
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
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