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This Bibliography, completed in March 2013, includes books, theses, reports, chapters or sections in books, serials, periodical articles, conference papers, films and videos and websites etc dealing with homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality, transsexualism and transvestism in New Zealand, whether published in New Zealand or overseas.  It does not include newspaper articles, articles in exclusively gay magazines, court judgments, most ephemera and archival material.  The Bibliography lists 3,251 records, with detailed author / editor and subject indexes.  Entries are arranged once only under 73 broad section headings, in chronological order by date of publication.  Further information is given in the Introduction.
 
The Bibliography has been created in MS Word, and may be searched using the indexes, or by pressing CTRL F and entering a search term or phrase.  Diacritics (including macrons) have been removed to facilitate searching.
 
The Bibliography is regularly updated and is freely available online in the National Library of New Zealand's findNZarticles datebase at http://natlib.govt.nz/items?il[collection]=Bibliography+on+Homosexuality+in+New+Zealand&il[primary_collection]=findNZarticles.

Bibliography

on

Homosexuality

in

New Zealand

1770 – 2012

 

 

 

Compiled by

Tony Millett

 

 

 

Takapuna, Auckland

2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This bibliography is regularly updated and is freely available online

in the National Library of New Zealand’s findNZarticles database at http://natlib.govt.nz/items?il[collection]=Bibliography+on+Homosexuality+in+New+Zealand&il[primary_collection]=findNZarticles.

 

The bibliography is also available to subscribers in The Knowledge Basket’s

New Zealand Index database at http://www.knowledge-basket.co.nz/nzindex/bhsnz.html.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

CONTENTS

(alphabetical order)

                                                

 

 Introduction

 

      68.  Actors and Plays

      23.  AIDS, HIV

      24.  AIDS/HIV Prevention, Safe Sex, Sexual Practices

21.  Alcohol and Drugs

73.  Animals, Homosexual Behaviour in

70.  Archives and Libraries

59.  Art and Artists

25.  Attitudes, Societal

71.  Bibliographies

  8.  Bisexuals, Bisexuality

53.  Censorship, Pornography

50.  Census, Statistics

20.  Changing Sexual Orientation

27.  Churches and Religion

37.  Civil Unions, Same-Sex Marriage

56.  Coercion, Sexual Abuse

  5.  Colonial New Zealand

12.  Coming Out

49.  Commerce, Economics

18.  Counselling

54.  Crime, Murders

63.  Dance and Dancers

35.  Decriminalisation, Law Reform

41.  Disabled

26.  Discrimination, Harassment, Homophobia

22.  Diseases, Sexually Transmitted

55.  Domestic Violence, Violence

10.  Drag Queens, Transvestites, Transvestism

52.  Dress, Fashion

21.  Drugs and Alcohol

49.  Economics, Commerce

45.  Education, Teachers

40.  Elderly

48.  Employment

  7.  Fa’afafine, Pacific Islanders

38.  Family Relationships, Parents

52.  Fashion, Dress

11.  Female / Male Impersonators

69.  Fiction

62.  Films and Film-Makers

34.  Gay Rights / Gay Liberation

13.  Gay Scene

26.  Harassment, Discrimination, Homophobia

15.  Health and Medicine

  3.  History

23.  HIV, AIDS

24.  HIV/AIDS Prevention, Safe Sex, Sexual Practices

26.  Homophobia, Discrimination, Harassment

73.  Homosexual Behaviour in Animals

  1.  Homosexuals, Homosexuality

42.  Immigrants, Immigration, Refugees

11.  Impersonators, Male / Female

65.  Language

32.  Law

35.  Law Reform, Decriminalisation

31.  Legislation

  2.  Lesbians, Lesbianism

70.  Libraries and Archives

66.  Literature

11.  Male / Female Impersonators

  4.  Maori, Pre-Colonial

  6.  Maori, Takatapuhi

28.  Media

15.  Medicine and Health

16.  Mental Health, Psychology

54.  Murders, Crime

61.  Music and Musicians

19.  Nurses, Nursing

  7.  Pacific Islanders, Fa’afafine

38.  Parents, Family Relationships

64.  Performing Arts

36.  Personal Relationships

60.  Photography

68.  Plays and Actors

67.  Poetry and Poets

30.  Police

29.  Politics

53.  Pornography, Censorship

  4.  Pre-Colonial Maori

57.  Prisons

33.  Property, Testamentary Succession, Wills

58.  Prostitutes, Sex Workers

16.  Psychology, Mental Health

42.  Refugees, Immigrants, Immigration

38.  Relationships, Family, Parents

36.  Relationships, Personal

27.  Religion and the Churches

24.  Safe Sex, HIV/AIDS Prevention, Sexual Practices

37.  Same-Sex Marriage, Civil Unions

46.  Schools, Students

17.  Self-Harm, Suicide

72.  Serials

47.  Sex Education

58.  Sex Workers, Prostitutes

56.  Sexual Abuse, Coercion

20.  Sexual Orientation, Changing

24.  Sexual Practices, HIV/AIDS Prevention, Safe Sex

22.  Sexually Transmitted Diseases

25.  Societal Attitudes

44.  Sport

50.  Statistics, Census

46.  Students, Schools

17.  Suicide, Self-Harm

43.  Support Groups

  6.  Takatapuhi, Maori

45.  Teachers, Education

33.  Testamentary Succession, Property, Wills

51.  Tourism, Travel

  9.  Transsexuals, Transsexualism

10.  Transvestites, Transvestism, Drag Queens

51.  Travel, Tourism

55.  Violence, Domestic Violence

14.  Web Sites

33.  Wills, Property, Testamentary Succession

39.  Young People

 

 Sources

 Author / Editor Index

             Subject Index


 

 

CONTENTS

(numerical order)

 

  

      Introduction

 

  1.   Homosexuals, Homosexuality

  2.   Lesbians, Lesbianism

  3.   History

  4.   Pre-Colonial Maori

  5.   Colonial New Zealand

  6.   Maori, Takatapuhi

  7.   Pacific Islanders, Fa’afafine

  8.   Bisexuals, Bisexuality

  9.   Transsexuals, Transsexualism

10.   Transvestites, Transvestism, Drag Queens

11.   Male / Female Impersonators

12.   Coming Out

13.   The Gay Scene

14.   Web Sites

15.   Health and Medicine

16.   Psychology, Mental Health

17.   Suicide, Self-Harm

18.   Counselling

19.   Nurses, Nursing

20.   Changing Sexual Orientation

21.   Alcohol and Drugs

22.   Sexually Transmitted Diseases

23.   HIV, AIDS

24.   HIV/AIDS Prevention, Safe Sex, Sexual Practices

25.   Societal Attitudes

26.   Discrimination, Harassment, Homophobia

27.   Religion and the Churches

28.   Media

29.   Politics

30.   The Police

31.   Legislation

32.   The Law

33.   Property, Testamentary Succession, Wills

34.   Gay Rights / Gay Liberation

35.   Decriminalisation, Law Reform

36.   Personal Relationships

37.   Same-Sex Marriage, Civil Unions

38.   Family Relationships, Parents

39.   Young People

40.   The Elderly

41.   The Disabled

42.   Immigrants, Immigration, Refugees

43.   Support Groups

44.   Sport

45.   Education, Teachers

46.   Schools, Students

47.   Sex Education

48.   Employment

49.   Commerce, Economics

50.   Census, Statistics

51.   Tourism, Travel

52.   Dress, Fashion

53.   Censorship, Pornography

54.   Crime, Murders

55.   Violence, Domestic Violence

56.   Sexual Abuse, Coercion

57.   Prisons

58.   Prostitutes, Sex Workers

59.   Art and Artists

60.   Photography

61.   Music and Musicians

62.   Films and Film-Makers

63.   Dance and Dancers

64.   Performing Arts

65.   Language

66.   Literature

67.   Poetry and Poets

68.   Plays and Actors

69.   Fiction

70.   Libraries and Archives

71.   Bibliographies

72.   Serials

73.   Homosexual Behaviour in Animals

 

        Sources

        Author / Editor Index

             Subject Index

 

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

This bibliography began as a New Zealand Library School bibliographic exercise, undertaken in 1967 and published the following year in the Library School’s Bibliographical Series (see item 3027).  Over the following years the bibliography was revamped, extended in scope, updated regularly, and published in print format in 1995 by the University of Waikato Library (see item 3041).  It was then published online, at first on a University of Waikato server, and more recently by the National Library of New Zealand in its findNZarticles database and by The Knowledge Basket in its New Zealand Index database (see p. 2).  Since 1995 the bibliography has been extended from 833 records to 3,251 records.

 

 

Scope

 

The bibliography includes books, theses, reports, chapters or sections in books, serials, periodical articles, conference papers, audio recordings, films and videos, a few radio broadcasts, web sites, and some ephemera (including a few posters) dealing with homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality, transsexualism and transvestism in New Zealand, whether published in New Zealand or overseas.

 

The bibliography does not include newspaper articles, articles in exclusively gay magazines, court judgments, most ephemera, and archival material.  Submissions to Parliamentary Committees and the like are included only if they are recorded in the New Zealand National Union Catalogue;  a comprehensive collection of these, together with archival and other related material, is held in the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand at the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington, at the Hocken Library in Dunedin, and at other repositories.

 

 

Methodology

 

The bibliography has been compiled from national bibliographies, library card and online catalogues, printed and online indexes, lists of theses, bibliographies and lists of references in books and periodical articles, newspaper references to new publications, and information received from authors and scholars.  It is updated several times a year from searches of over 60 online bibliographies and indexes (see Sources p. 407-408).

 

 

Arrangement

 

Entries are arranged under broad section headings, a list of which is included in the two tables of contents.  Entries appear in one section only, although many entries could have been listed under two or more section headings.

 

Entries are arranged in chronological order by date of publication (or, for some literary works, by date of writing), and then by author.  Within each publication year, books precede periodical articles.

 

Author / Editor and Subject Indexes are provided at the end of the bibliography, together with a list of the major sources consulted.

 

 

Annotations

 

Brief annotations are given for all records the content of which is not obvious from their titles.  The annotations are intended to be a guide to the subject of the item – they are not evaluative.  Book reviews are included where these have been found, and all records include the Subject Index terms assigned to them.

 

 

Acknowledgements

 

A bibliography compiled (even if often very spasmodically) over a period of 45 years owes much to numerous librarians and archivists.  I am particularly grateful for the assistance provided by staff at the University of Waikato Library and Auckland Libraries, and to gay historian and bibliographer Paul Knobel.

 

 

I should very much appreciate being advised of errors in, and omissions from, this bibliography.

 

 

 

 

 

Tony Millett

 

tony.millett@xtra.co.nz

 

 

March 2013

 


 

 

1.   HOMOSEXUALS, HOMOSEXUALITY

 

 

1.      Cochran, Joan;  Cochran, Bruce.  Meeting and mating: a treatment of the mental and physical aspects of love and marriage.  Wellington, Reed, 1944.  126 p.

Homosexuality, p. 50-52.

Homosexuality

 

2.      Fox, Nancy.  What makes a homosexual.  Woman’s Viewpoint v. 2 no. 7, April 1964, p. 22, 28.

Homosexuals

 

3.      Robb, James Harding.  Some social aspects of homosexuality.  Forum: a Magazine for Presbyterian Ministers v. 22 no. 6, August 1969, p. 2-5.

Homosexuality

 

4.      Donnelly, Felix C.  Factors in the homosexuality of some New Zealand males.  Dip.Criminology dissertation, University of Auckland, 1970.  175 p.

A study of 60 homosexual males, who are compared with 60 non-homosexual males. The study covers:  parental relationships and home environment;  sexual behaviour, attitudes and problems;  attitudes towards homosexuality and its effect on individuals; and self-understanding of homosexuals and desire for assistance.  The study finishes with the author’s conclusions and recommendations.

Family Relationships;  Homosexuality;  Parents;  Self-Acceptance;  Sexual Behaviour;  Societal Attitudes

 

5.      Church, Toni.  The masculine/feminine confrontation: lesbians, homosexual.  In Kedgley, Sue;  Cederman, Sharyn (eds).  Sexist society.  Wellington, Alister Taylor, 1972, p. 19-27.

Interviews with lesbian and gay men.

            Homosexuals;  Lesbians

 

6.      Hansen, Soren;  Jensen, Jesper.  The little red school book.  New Zealand edition. Wellington, Alister Taylor, 1972.  207 p.

Homosexuality, p. 107-108.

Homosexuality

 

7.      New Zealand University Students’ Association.  Homosexuality.  In its Living with sex.  3rd edition.  Wellington, NZUSA, 1973, p. 29-31.

Homosexuality

 

8.      Gay Liberation Auckland.  Facts on gays: homosexuality in plain language.  Auckland, 1974.  4 p.

Homosexuality

 

9.      Burgess, Ronene M.  Homosexuality.  Christchurch, Primary Division, Christchurch Teachers College, 1975.  20 p.

Homosexuality

 

10.  Oremland, Paul.  Shooting back: a book on homosexuality in New Zealand.  Unpublished manuscript, 1975.

Homosexuality

 

11.  During, Zoe.  Homosexuality without tears: it is possible?  In her Papers delivered between 1969 and 1977.  1977?  18 p.  Typescript.

Homosexuality

 

12.  Phillips, Jock.  A Kiwi myth. New Zealand Listener v. 85 no. 1934, 15 January 1977, p. 6.

Editorial exploring the relationships between male homosexuality and Kiwi masculinity.

            Homosexuality;  Masculinity;  Sexual Orientation

 

13.  A home for gays.  Broadsheet no. 85, December 1980, p. 10.

Discusses the proposed new Community Centre planned for Auckland.

Auckland;  Community Centres;  Homosexuals

 

14.  Gays speak: Gay Welfare Conference report 1981.  Christchurch, 1982.  31 p.

Gay Welfare Conference 1981;  Homosexuals

 

15.  Comfort, Ray.  What’s wrong with being “gay”? a look at homosexuality and lesbianism.  Christchurch, Living Waters Publications, 1984.  16 p.

Homosexuality;  Lesbianism

 

16.  Donnelly, Felix C.  Flames and ether: a personal view of sexuality.  Wellington, Allen & Unwin/Port Nicholson Press, 1984.  122 p.

Sexual preferences:  p. 39-57.

Reviews:  Dann, Christine.  Sex alone.  New Zealand Listener v. 109 no. 2354, 30 March 1985, p. 45;  O’Keefe, A. H.  New Zealand Monthly Review v. 26 no. 277, June 1985, p. 23.

            Homosexuality;  Sexual Orientation

 

17.  Homosexuality: beyond repair?  Grapevine no. 28, March 1984.

Homosexuality

 

18.  Homosexuality: is it true that some people are made that way ... born that way?  Grapevine no. 28, March 1984, p. 8-10.

Homosexuality

 

19.  Kedgley, Sue.  The sexual wilderness: men and women in New Zealand.  Auckland, Reed Methuen, 1985.  122 p.

Includes interviews with lesbians and gay men.

Reviews:  Roth, Margot.  Broadsheet no. 137, March 1986, p. 45;  Sharp, Iain.  New Outlook no. 20, January/February 1986, p. 59..

            Feminists;  Homosexuals;  Lesbians

 

20.  Lesbian and Gay Rights Resource Centre.  Homosexuals: myths and realities.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Rights Resource Centre, 1985?  7 p.  Typescript.

AIDS;  Family Relationships;  Gay Rights;  Homosexuals;  Human Rights;  Societal Attitudes

 

21.  Rudman, Brian.  Gay: nature or nurture?  New Zealand Listener v. 112 no. 2404, 15 March 1986, p. 16-18.

Reports research into the theory that prenatal factors rather than upbringing or choice determine a person’s sexuality, and considers the implications of this for homosexual law reform in New Zealand.

                        Decriminalisation;  Homosexuals;  Law Reform;  Sexual Orientation

 

22.  Kember, Ian;  Gray, Donald (eds).  The ever so slightly naughty Gay BC cookbook.  Wellington, Gay Broadcasting Collective of Access Radio, 1991.  56 p.

Cooking;  Homosexuals

 

23.  Newbold, Gregory Charles.  Homosexuality.  In his Crime and deviance.  Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1992, p. 68-73.  (Critical issues in New Zealand society).

Homosexuality

 

24.  Young, Hugh.  Research suggests orientation is inborn.  New Zealand Doctor 20 August 1992, p. 21.

Homosexuality;  Sexual Orientation

 

25.  Men’s Alliance for Liberation and Equality.  Workshop programme, New Zealand Men’s Conference (1978).  In Macdonald, Charlotte (ed.).  The vote, the pill and the demon drink: a history of feminist writing in New Zealand, 1869-1993.  Wellington, Bridget Williams Books, 1993, p. 204-205.

The Conference included workshops on sex roles and gay men.

            New Zealand Men’s Conference;  Sex Role

 

26.  Brickell, Chris.  More different than you can imagine: gay men do gender.  B.A. (Hons.) research essay, Victoria University of Wellington, 1994.

An essay on gay men’s understandings of being gendered.

Homosexuals;  Identity;  Self-Acceptance

 

27.  Waru, Ray.  The people next door.  Auckland, Triangle Television, 1994.  Videorecording.  60 minutes.

A Television New Zealand documentary on the radical changes that have taken place in the lives of gay and lesbian New Zealanders in the last 20 years.  Accessible via Visual Media (Toronto) v. 9 no. 4, March-April 1997, p. 18.

            Homosexuals;  Lesbians

 

28.  Nightingale, Tony.  Hidden histories: oral research on gay and bisexual men.  Oral History in New Zealand v. 6, 1994, p. 11-13.

Bisexuals;  Homosexuals;  Oral History

 

29.  Andrewes, Frazer.  Representations of masculinity in postwar New Zealand, 1945-1960.  M.A. thesis, University of Auckland, 1995.  118 p.

Homosexuality;  Identity;  Masculinity;  Sex Role

 

30.  Whitehead, Neil E.  Science and sexuality: a submission to the Anglican Commission on Sex and Gender issues, July 1995.  Lower Hutt, N. E. and B. K. Whitehead, 1995.  37 p.

The genetic determination of sexual orientation.  Reprinted 1999 (39 p.).

Genetics;  Homosexuality;  Sexual Orientation;  Tikanga Pakeha Commission on Sexuality

 

31.  Paulin, Kate;  Gwen, Jenefer.  The scientific con.  Broadsheet no. 205, Autumn 1995, p. 46-51.

Feminist criticisms of the scientific study of the causes of homosexuality.

Homosexuality;  Science

 

32.  Allan, James.  Straight answers.  Metro no. 166, April 1995, p. 128-130.

Answers to five questions gay people are frequently asked.

                        Homosexuality

 

33.  Legat, Nicola.  Sex in New Zealand.  Metro no. 167, May 1995, p. 46-54.

A report of a survey which included a question about views on homosexual sex (p. 48-49).

Homosexuality;  Surveys

 

34.  Virtue, Noel.  No one should ever have the right to stop someone loving.  New Zealand Listener v. 149 no. 2885, 5 August 1995, p. 50.

Profile of New Zealand writer Nigel Gearing.

Gearing, Nigel;  Homosexuals

 

35.  Allan, James (ed.).  Growing up gay: New Zealand men tell their stories.  Auckland, Godwit, 1996.  192 p.

Contents:  James Allan;  Paul Sherriff;  Ravi Sandhu;  Wayne;  Neville Wright;  Chris Carter;  Richard Huntington;  Marc Benseman;  Mika;  Michael Hay;  Coimm Macrae;  Victor van Wetering.

Reviews:   King, Michael.  Metro no. 179, May 1996, p. 118-121;  Lay, Graeme.  North and South no. 122, May 1996, p. 130-133;  Leek, Robert H.  Young heroes.  New Zealand Listener v. 152 no. 2916, 16 March 1996, p. 49.

Allan, James;  Benseman, Marc;  Carter, Chris;  Hay, Michael;  Homosexuals;  Huntington, Richard;  Macrae, Coimm;  Mika;  Sandhu, Ravi;  Sherriff, Paul;  Van Wetering, Victor;  Wayne;  Wright, Neville

 

36.  New Zealand AIDS Foundation.  Calling gay men.  New Zealand Listener v. 153 no. 2923, 4 May 1996, p. 9.

Provides information on Male Call, a confidential phone survey set up by the New Zealand AIDS Foundation.

Homosexuals;  Male Call (Survey);  Sexual Practices;  Surveys

 

37.  Allan, James.  Be gentle: it’s my first time.  Quote Unquote no. 39, September 1996, p. 12-13.

Reflections on the response to the author’s first book Growing up gay (see item 35).

Allan, James. Growing Up Gay;  Homosexuals

 

38.  Van Wetering, Victor.  Bottom line.  Metro no. 187, January 1997, p. 118-119.

Gay men’s sexual experiences with women.

Bisexuals;  Homosexuals;  Sexual Practices

 

39.  People next door.  Visual Media v. 9 no. 4, March-April 1997, p. 18.

Documents the changes that have taken place in the lives of gay and lesbian New Zealanders in the last 20 years.

                        Homosexuals;  Lesbians

 

40.  Brickell, Chris.  Deregulating the heterosexual imagination: liberalism, political correctness and the denial of domination.  Ph.D. thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1999.  378 p.

Homosexuality;  Identity;  Liberalism;  Media;  Political

Correctness;  Sexual Orientation

 

41.  Daley, Caroline;  Montgomerie, Deborah.  The gendered Kiwi.  Auckland, Auckland University Press, 1999.  256 p.

Includes references to homosexuality.

Reviews:  Gray, Alison.  New Zealand Books v. 10 no. 3, August 2000, p. 10;  Hutching, Megan.  History Now v. 6 no. 2, September 2000, p. 39-40;  Lake, Marilyn.  New Zealand Journal of History v. 34 no. 2, October 2000, p. 297-298;  Tennant, Margaret.  Political Science v. 52 no. 2, December 2000, p. 181-182.

            Homosexuality

 

42.  Whitehead, Neil E.;  Whitehead, Briar.  My genes made me do it!  Lafayette, LA., Huntington House Publishers, 1999.  233 p.

Cover title:  A scientific look at sexual orientation.

Review:  Howard, Keir.  Stimulus: the New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice v. 8 no. 2, May 2000, p. 45-46.

Genetics;  Homosexuality;  Sexual Orientation

 

43.  Hanly, Gil.  Heroic gardens.  Auckland, Reed, 2000.  119 p.

Photographs of gardens and gardeners of the Heroic Gardens Festival.

            Gardens;  Heroic Gardens Festival;  Photography

 

44.  McGibbon, Ian.  McIntosh, Alister Donald Miles, 1906-1978.  In Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Vol. 5, 1941-1960.  Auckland, Auckland University Press; Wellington, Dept of Internal Affairs, 2000, p. 313-315.

http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/5m13/1.

Includes reference to Sir Alister McIntosh’s homosexuality.

            Diplomats;  Foreign Affairs;  McIntosh, Alister Donald Miles

 

45.  Zander, Bianca.  Glad to be (nearly) gay.  New Zealand Listener v. 175 no. 3147, 2 September 2000, p. 26-27.

Discusses the incidence of the “Just Gay Enough” man in New Zealand.

                        Homosexuality;  Masculinity;  Sex Role

 

46.  Wells, Peter.  Long loop home: a memoir.  Auckland, Vintage, 2001.  315 p.

Reviews:  Bourke, Chris.  North and South no. 183, June 2001, p. 98-99;  Dessaix, Robert.  Remembering, remembering.  Landfall no. 202, November 2001, p. 154-157;  Jenkins, Laurence.  Bent on purgation.  New Zealand Books v. 11 no. 4, October 2001, p. 8;  Morrissey, Michael.  Investigate: New Zealand’s Current Affairs Leader no. 13, August 2001, p. 82;  Wevers, Lydia.  His other life.  New Zealand Listener v. 179 no. 3190, 30 June 2001, p. 62.

Homosexuals;  Wells, Peter

 

47.  Brickell, Chris.  Whose “special treatment”? heterosexism and the problems with liberalism.  Sexualities v. 4 no. 2, May 2001, p. 211-235.

The marginalisation of homosexuality within liberalism.

Heterosexism;  Homosexuality;  Liberalism

 

48.  Appleby, George Alan.  Ethnographic study of twenty-six gay and bisexual working-class men in Australia and New Zealand.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services: Issues in Practice, Policy and Research v. 12 no. 3/4, 2001, p. 119-132.

Also published in Appleby, George Alan (ed.).  Working-class gay and bisexual men.  New York, Harrington Park Press, 2001.

Australia;  Bisexuals;  Ethnography;  Homosexuals

 

49.  Appleby, George Alan.  Framework for practice with working-class gay and bisexual men.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services: Issues in Practice, Policy and Research v. 12 no. 3/4, 2001, p. 5-46.

Includes New Zealand men.   Also published in Appleby, George Alan (ed.).  Working-class gay and bisexual men.  New York, Harrington Park Press, 2001.

Bisexuals;  Ethnography;  Health Care;  Homosexuals;  Mental Health;  Social Work

 

50.  glbtq: encyclopedia of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer culture.  Chicago, IL, glbtq Inc., 2002.  http://www.glbtq.com/.

Includes articles on gay New Zealand art, literature and social sciences.

            Art;  Gay Scene;  Homosexuality;  Literature;  Social Sciences

 

51.  Doyle, Judith.  Pulling on a thread...  Booknotes no. 139, Spring 2002, p. 11.

Interview with Peter Wells regarding his memoir Long loop home (see item 46).

            Wells, Peter. Long Loop Home

 

52.  Daley, Caroline.  Leisure and pleasure: reshaping and revealing the New Zealand body, 1900-1960.  Auckland, Auckland University Press, 2003.  308 p.

Includes very brief references to homosexuals’ pleasure in viewing “the body beautiful”.

Body Image;  Homosexuals

 

53.  Rea, Lindsey J.  From cotton town to tinseltown.  MPlanPrac research study, University of Auckland, 2003. 64 p.

Auckland;  Communities;  Gay Communities;  Homosexuals;  Lesbian Communities

 

54.  Alice, Lynne;  Star, Lynne.  Queer in Aotearoa New Zealand.  Palmerston North, Dunmore Press, 2004.  208 p.

Discusses how the re-framing of “queer” as a proud, border-crossing identity challenges conventional views of gay, lesbian, transsexual and heterosexual identities.
Review:  McNab, Justin.  New Zealand Sociology v. 19 no. 2, 2004, p. 346-349.

Gay Liberation;  Homosexuals;  Identity;  Lesbians;  Sexual Orientation;  Transsexuals

 

55.  Brickell, Chris;  Taylor, Ben.  What it means to be a gay man.  In Alice, Lynne;  Star, Lynne (eds).  Queer in Aotearoa New Zealand.  Palmerston North, Dunmore Press, 2004, p. 145-164.

Camp (Style);  Homosexuals;  Identity

 

56.  New Zealand. Human Rights Commission.  The rights of homosexual, transsexual and intersex people.  In its Human rights in New Zealand today = Nga tika tangata o te motu: New Zealand action plan for human rights = Mana ki te tangata.  Auckland, Human Rights Commission, 2004, chapter 19, p. 15-24.

Gay Rights;  Homosexuals;  Human Rights;  Transsexuals

 

57.  Wallace, Lee.  Queer, here: sexuality and space.  In Bell, Claudia;  Matthewman, Steve (eds).  Cultural studies in Aotearoa New Zealand: identity, space and place.  South Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 2004, p. 66-83.

Homosexuality;  Identity;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Spatial Behaviour

 

58.  Wuthnow, Julie.  Practices of aversion: meditations on the queer and the loathing.  In Potts, Annie;  Gavey, Nicola;  Weatherall, Ann (eds).  Sex and the body.  Palmerston North, Dunmore Press, 2004, p. 203-219.

Examines the political implications of personal feelings of aversion or disgust towards homosexual sexuality.

Aversion;  Disgust;  Hate;  Homophobia;  Homosexuals

 

59.  Maloney, Pat.  Introduction: mapping the sexual landscape.  In Kirkman, Allison;  Maloney, Pat (eds).  Sexuality down under: social and historical perspectives.  Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 2005, p. 9-27.

Homosexuality

 

60.  Taylor, Peter.  Don’t postpone joy: a life of purpose and passion.  Auckland, Random House New Zealand, 2005.  229 p.

Autobiography of gay equestrian, businessman and owner of Auckland’s Ponsonby Road bar Surrender Dorothy. 

Review:  Roger, Warwick.  North and South no. 230, May 2005, p. 111-113.

Auckland;  Bars;  Equestrians;  Gay Scene;  Homosexuals;  Ponsonby, Auckland;  Restauranteurs;  Surrender Dorothy (Bar);  Taylor, Peter

 

61.  Bowen, Anne.  Internet sexuality research with rural men who have sex with men: can we recruit and retain them?  Journal of Sex Research v. 42 no. 4, November 2005, p. 317-323.

The survey included respondents from New Zealand.

Homosexuals;  Internet Surveys;  Sexual Practices;  Surveys

 

62.  Gerstner, David A. (ed.).  Routledge international encyclopedia of queer culture.  London, Routledge, 2006.  720 p.

Includes references to New Zealand.

            Gay Scene;  Homosexuality

 

63.  Barnett, Sarah.  On the other hand.  New Zealand Listener v. 204 no. 3457, 12 August 2006, p. 53.

Reflections on the author’s left-handedness, with brief reference to the myth of its link to homosexuality.

Homosexuality;  Left-Handedness

 

64.  Brickell, Chris.  Parallel worlds? queered spaces and the art of camouflage.  In Queer space: centres and peripheries.  Sydney, Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, University of Technology Sydney, 2007.  5 p.

http://www.dab.uts.edu.au/conferences/queer_space/proceedings/veils_brickell.pdf.

“Attempts to demonstrate the complexities of past homoerotic lives in general and queer spatialisation in particular”.  Includes discussion of New Zealand’s wartime Kiwi Concert Party.

Homosexuals;  Kiwi Concert Party;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Spatial Behaviour

 

65.  Wishart, Ian.  Born or made: the myth of sexual orientation.  In his Eve’s bite.  North Shore, Howling at the Moon Pub., 2007, p. 126-145.

Homosexuals;  Sexual Orientation

 

66.  Skegg, Keren;  Nada-Raja, Shyamala;  Paul, Charlotte;  Skegg, David C. G.  Body piercing, personality, and sexual behavior.  Archives of Sexual Behavior v. 36 no. 1, February 2007, p. 47-54.

Includes non-heterosexual behaviour.  The study was undertaken in New Zealand.

            Body Piercing;  Homosexuals;  Sexual Behaviour;  Sexual Orientation

 

67.  Henrickson, Mark;  Neville, Stephen;  Jordan, Claire;  Donaghey, Sara.  Lavender Islands: the New Zealand study.  Journal of Homosexuality v. 53 no. 4, 2007, p. 223-248.

Outlines the purpose and methodology of the Lavender Islands: Portrait of the Whole Family survey.

Bisexuals;  Homosexuals;  Lavender Islands (Survey);  Lesbians;  Surveys

 

68.  Corin, Gemma.  From “ambiguously gay duos” to homosexual superheroes: the implications for media fandom practices.  M.A. thesis, University of Waikato, 2008.  151 p.

Comics;  Fandom;  Heroes;  Homosexuals;  Superheroes

 

69.  Rankine, Jenny.  Lesbian, gay, bisexual, takatapui, transgender community centre needs assessment.  Auckland, Auckland City Council, 2008.  48 p.

Auckland;  Bisexuals;  Community Centres;  Homosexuals;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Needs Assessment;  Transsexuals

 

70.  Mathew, Kirsten.  My gay best friend.  Next March 2008, p. 48-52.

Discusses friendship and platonic love between heterosexual women and gay men.

Friendship;  Homosexuals;  Platonic Love

 

71.  Johnston, Lynda;  Longhurst, Robyn.  Queer(ing) geographies “down under”: some notes on sexuality and space in Australasia.  Australian Geographer v. 39 no. 3, September 2008, p. 247-257.

Australia;  Homosexuality;  Identity;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Sex Role;  Spatial Behaviour

 

72.  Longhurst, Robyn.  Afterword: geographies of sexuality and gender “down under”.  Australian Geographer v. 39 no. 3, September 2008, p. 381-387.

Includes brief reference to research on queer geographies in New Zealand.

            Geography;  Homosexuality

 

73.  Wells, Peter.  Meeting the ancestors.  New Zealand Books v. 18 no. 4, Summer 2008, p. 14.

Reminiscences of the author’s early life.

            Gay Scene;  Homosexuals;  Wells, Peter

 

74.  Mathias, Peta.  Gay men: boys on the pink edge.  In her Just in time to be too late: why men are like buses.  Auckland, Penguin, 2009, p. 169-196.

Homosexuals

 

75.  Cooper, Annabel.  Point Chev boys and the landscapes of suburban memory: autobiographies of Auckland childhoods.  Gender, Place and Culture v. 16 no. 2, April 2009, p. 121-138.

Includes discussion of Peter Wells’ autobiography Long Loop Home (see item 46).

Auckland;  Childhood;  Homosexuals;  Masculinity;  Place Theory;  Point Chevalier, Auckland;  Wells, Peter. Long Loop Home

 

76.  Burford, James.  (The) margin(s) speak! a multifaceted examination of practising “men who have sex with men” development in Bangkok.  M.Dev.Stud. thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 2010.  171 p.

Includes discussion of queer postgraduate research.

            Bangkok;  Queer Theory;  Research;  Thailand

 

77.  Burke, Christopher.  New Zealand.  In Stewart, Chuck (ed.).  The Greenwood encyclopedia of LGBT issues worldwide.  Santa Barbara, CA, Greenwood Press, 2010, v. 1 p. 459-473.

Homosexuality

 

78.  Eldred-Grigg, Stevan.  The great wrong war: New Zealand society in WWI.  Auckland, Random House New Zealand, 2010.  488 p.

Includes (p. 442) very brief mention of homosexuality.

            Homosexuality;  War;  World War I, 1914-1918

 

79.  Johnston, Lynda;  Gorman-Murray, Andrew William;  Waitt, Gordon.  Queer(ing) communication in research relationships: a conversation about subjectivities, methodologies, and ethics.  In Browne, Kath;  Nash, Katherine J. (eds).  Queer methods and methodologies: intersecting queer theories and social science research.  Farnham, Surrey, Ashgate, 2010, chapter 6.

Ethics;  Homosexuality;  Research Relationships

 

80.  Kampf, Antje.  Sexuality down under: social and historical perspectives.  Journal of the History of Sexuality v. 19 no. 1, January 2010, p. 170-173.

Review of the 2005 book Sexuality down under: social and historical perspectives, edited by Allison Kirkman and Pat Maloney.

            Homosexuality;  Kirkman, Allison. Sexuality Down Under

 

81.  Potts, Annie;  Parry, Jovian.  Vegan sexuality: challenging heteronormative masculinity through meat-free sex.  Feminism and Psychology v. 20 no. 1, February 2010, p. 53-72.

Heteronormativity;  Homosexuals;  Lesbians;  Masculinity;  Vegans

 

82.  Schott, Gareth Richard.  From fan appropriation to industry re-appropriation: the sexual identity of comic superheroes.  Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics v. 1 no. 1, 2010, p. 17-29.

Comics;  Fandom;  Heroes;  Homosexuals;  Superheroes

 

83.  Brickell, Chris.  Gay men’s lives.  In Te Ara: the encyclopedia of New Zealand.  2011.  http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/gay-mens-lives/.

Homosexuals

 

84.  Milne, Chloe.  Man or mouse?  Investigate v. 10 no. 123, April 2011, p. 12.

Defines metrosexuals as men who act like homosexuals but are actually heterosexual.

            Homosexuals;  Metrosexuals

 

85.  Bellamy, Gary;  Gott, M.;  Hinchliff, S.  Controversies and contentions: a gay man conducting research with women about their understandings of sexuality, sex and sexual problems.  Culture, Health and Sexuality v. 13 no. 6, June 2011, p. 699-712.

Homosexuals;  Interviewing;  Researchers

 

86.  Allen, Louisa.  Sexualities.  In Te Ara: the encyclopedia of New Zealand.  2012.  http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/sexualities.

Bisexuals;  Homosexuals

 

87.  Teoh, Hon Leng.  Body language availability in videoconferencing.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Otago, 2012.  222 p.

One of the case studies included gays and lesbians.

            Body Language;  Homosexuals;  Lesbians;  Videoconferencing

 

88.  Woods, Joanna.  Coming out.  In her Diplomatic ladies: New Zealand’s unsung envoys.  Dunedin, Otago University Press, 2012, p. 251-260.

A discussion of gays in the New Zealand Diplomatic Service, with particular reference to Sir Alister McIntosh.

            Diplomats;  Foreign Affairs;  McIntosh, Alister Donald Miles

 

89.  Henrickson, Mark;  Neville, Stephen.  Identity satisfaction over the life course in sexual minorities.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services v. 24 no. 1, January-March 2012, p. 80-95.

Explores satisfaction with sexual identity in a cohort of self-identified New Zealand lesbians, gay men and bisexuals.

Bisexuals;  Homosexuals;  Identity;  Lesbians;  Sexual Orientation

 

90.  Wishart, Ian.  Gay or straight? born or made?  Investigate v. 10 no. 130, February/March 2012, p. 19-21.

            A very brief extract from Wishart’s 2007 book Eve’s bite.

                        Homosexuals;  Sexual Orientation

 

 


 

2.   LESBIANS, LESBIANISM

 

 

91.  Gay feminist collective.  Broadsheet no. 18, April 1974, p. 16.

Outlines the aims and objectives of the Auckland group.

Auckland;  Feminists;  Lesbians

 

92.  Lesbians’ meeting: Lesbian Conference March 1-3.  Broadsheet no. 18, April 1974, p. 17.

Report on the findings of the workshops from the first New Zealand Lesbian Conference, March 1974.

Lesbians;  New Zealand Lesbian Conference

 

93.  Dowling, Elizabeth.  Sue Wills, gay feminist, visits New Zealand.  Broadsheet no. 21, August 1974, p. 7-9.

Interview with Sue Wills which covers a number of issues, including links between gay groups and women’s groups.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Wills, Sue;  Women’s Movement

 

94.  Casswell, Sally.  Separatism revisited.  Broadsheet no. 34, November 1975, p. 28-29.

Considers the position taken by lesbian feminists towards men.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Separatism

 

95.  Emetchi, Jan;  Michalka, Pilar.  Lesbianism, feminism.  Broadsheet no. 37, March 1976, p. 14-16.

Interview with lesbian feminist Charlotte Bunch.

            Bunch, Charlotte;  Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Politics

 

96.  Cole, Val.  Editorial.  Broadsheet no. 44, November 1976, p. 12-13.

Argues for a New Zealand feminist movement that can accommodate all viewpoints, including those of lesbian separatists.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Separatism;  Women’s Movement

 

97.  On the buses “lesbian nation”: International Women’s Day in Auckland.  Broadsheet no. 48, April 1977, p. 6.

The reasons why a feminist vigilante group painted slogans on buses in Auckland.

Auckland;  International Women’s Day;  Lesbians;  Vandalism 

 

98.  Evans, Linda.  I want to challenge the way you see yourselves, the limits you have accepted for yourselves.  In United Women’s Convention, 3rd, Christchurch, 1977.  Changes, chances, choices: a report.  Christchurch, United Women’s Convention, 1978, p. 81.

Lesbians;  Self-Acceptance

 

99.  Lesbian women.  In United Women’s Convention, 3rd, Christchurch, 1977.  Changes, chances, choices: a report.  Christchurch, United Women’s Convention, 1978, p. 80.

Lesbians

 

100.          Dann, Christine.  1978 WLM Congress.  Broadsheet no. 57, March 1978, p. 10-12.

A report on the Women’s Liberation Congress held at Piha.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Women’s Liberation Congress;  Women’s Movement

 

101.          Jackson, Miriam.  Brainstorms.  Broadsheet no. 58, April 1978, p. 5, 15.

The author’s ideas about lesbian separatism.

Lesbianism;  Separatism

 

102.          Person, Antoinette.  Female sexuality in two samples of New Zealand women.  M.Soc.Sc. thesis, University of Waikato, 1979.  109 p.

Includes sexual preferences.

            Lesbians;  Sexual Orientation

 

103.          Jackson, Miriam.  A brief questionnaire.  Broadsheet no. 66, January 1979, p. 31-32.

Presents the results of a questionnaire that addressed the issue of stress as experienced by lesbian women.

Health;  Lesbians;  Stress

 

104.          Thompson, Julie.  Broadsheet interviews Charlotte Bunch.  Broadsheet no. 67, March 1979, p. 26-28.

Interview with lesbian feminist Charlotte Bunch.

            Bunch, Charlotte;  Feminists;  Lesbians;  Sexual Politics

 

105.          Coney, Sandra.  “The joy of feminism” room is cancelled.  Broadsheet no. 69, May 1979, p. 6-7.

An overview of the United Women’s Convention held at the University of Waikato, with comment on the disruptive behaviour of a group of lesbians.

Feminism;  Lesbians;  United Women’s Convention;  Women’s Movement

 

106.          Bunch meets Broadsheet.  Broadsheet no. 70, June 1979, p. 17-19, 37.

Interview with lesbian feminist Charlotte Bunch.

            Bunch, Charlotte;  Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Politics

 

107.          Seule, Juliet.  After the convention’s over.  Broadsheet no. 70, June 1979, p. 20-26.

Presents four views on the 1979 United Women’s Convention.

Feminism;  Lesbianism;  United Women’s Convention;  Women’s Movement

 

108.          Bunch, Charlotte.  Lesbian-feminist theory.  Broadsheet no. 71, July/August 1979, p. 24-26, 39.

Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Politics

 

109.          Bryant, Mary Helen Adele.  Lesbian-feminist ideology: the politics of heterosexism.  B.A. (Hons.) thesis, University of Otago, 1980.  65 p.

Feminism;  Heterosexism;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Politics

 

110.          Gifford, Lynette E.  The lesbian as folk-witch.  In Women’s studies: conference papers ’80.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association (N.Z.), 1981, p. 117-136.

An investigation of historical accounts of witches and witchcraft persecutions, to see whether these “can be used to illuminate the lives and circumstances of modern lesbians”.

            Lesbians;  Witchcraft;  Witches

 

111.          Jackson, Miriam.  Identifying as a lesbian.  Broadsheet no. 86, January/February 1981, p. 30-33.

Identity;  Lesbians;  Self-Acceptance

 

112.          Lesbian newsletter.  Broadsheet no. 91, July/August 1981, p. 9.

Report on a lesbian activist weekend organised by the Wellington Lesbian Centre, and the decision to produce a monthly national newsletter.

Lesbians;  Wellington;  Wellington Lesbian Centre

 

113.          Hall, Sandi.  A different 10 years.  Broadsheet no. 101, July/August 1982, p. 42-45.

Lesbians in the Women’s Movement.  Reprinted in Rosier, Pat (ed.).  Been around for quite a while: Broadsheet: twenty years of Broadsheet magazine.  Auckland, New Women’s Press, 1992, p. 92-96.

            Lesbians;  Women’s Movement

 

114.          Dominy, Michele Denise.  Gender conceptions and political strategies in New Zealand women’s networks.  Ph.D. thesis, Cornell University, 1983.  280 p.

Includes a study of lesbian-feminist separatist networks in Christchurch.

            Christchurch;  Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Separatism

 

115.          Saphira, Miriam.  Lesbians’ lives.  Broadsheet no. 109, April 1983, p. 22-23.

A photographic essay.

Lesbians;  Photography

 

116.          Uma.  Connexions no. 10, Fall 1983, p. 5-7.

An interview with Uma, a New Zealand lesbian of Indian descent.

Coming Out;  Indians;  Lesbians;  Uma

 

117.          Saphira, Miriam.  Cathie J. Dunsford.  Broadsheet no. 113, October 1983, p. 34-35.

Interview, which discusses being openly lesbian while lecturing at the University of Auckland.

Dunsford, Cathie J.;  Lesbians;  Teachers, Tertiary

 

118.          Saphira, Miriam.  Lesbian mothers’ activities.  Broadsheet no. 113, October 1983, p. 7.

Recent events in the Auckland area.

Auckland;  Lesbians;  Mothers

 

119.          Lesbians researching lesbian lives: a workshop.  In Haines, Hilary (ed.).  Women’s studies: conference papers ’83.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association (N.Z.), 1984, p. 231-232.

Lesbians;  Researchers

 

120.          Wall, Carroll.  The new feminism?  Auckland Metro no. 37, July 1984, p. 96-110.

Radical lesbianism in Auckland.

            Auckland;  Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Politics

 

121.          Compulsory heterosexuality? the lesbian option.  In Philipson, Claire (ed.).  Women’s Studies Association: conference papers 1984.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association (N.Z.), 1985, p. 285-288.

Lesbianism

 

122.          Craven, Candis;  McCurdy, Claire-Louise;  Rosier, Pat;  Roth, Margot.  Lesbian women.  In their Women’s studies: a New Zealand handbook.  Auckland, New Women’s Press, 1985, p. 61-70.

Lesbians

 

123.          Dann, Christine.  Up from under: women and liberation in New Zealand, 1970-1985.  Wellington, Allen & Unwin/Port Nicholson Press, 1985.  152 p.

Includes discussion of the role of lesbians in the New Zealand women’s liberation movement.

Reviews:  McCauley, Sue.  Pat on the back.  New Zealand Listener v. 111 no. 2389, 30 November 1985, p. 54;  McCurdy, Claire-Louise.  Broadsheet no. 134, November 1985, p. 46;  Phillips, Jock.  Wellington City Magazine November 1985, p. 130-131;  Sharp, Iain.  New Outlook no. 19, November/December 1985, p. 64.

Lesbians;  Women’s Movement

 

124.          Rosier, Pat.  Lesbian issues in women’s studies: a workshop.  In Philipson, Claire (ed.).  Women’s Studies Association: conference papers 1984.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association (N.Z.), 1985, p. 316-319.

Results of a survey on how women’s studies tutors deal with lesbian issues.

            Education;  Lesbianism;  Women’s Studies

 

125.          Wong, Helena.  Lovers from a different plane.  Wellington, H. Wong, 1985.  21 p.

Lesbians

 

126.          Rosier, Pat.  Lesbian issues in women’s studies.  Women’s Studies Journal v. 1 no. 2, April 1985, p. 45-60.

Education;  Lesbianism;  Women’s Studies

 

127.          Forbes, Chris.  Lesbian outside the laws.  Broadsheet no. 130, June 1985, p. 30-31.

Lesbians

 

128.          Thompson, K.  Strokes and art attacks.  Broadsheet no. 130, June 1985, p. 45.

A review of the video Lesbians: as we see ourselves, made in Auckland by the lesbian community.

Auckland;  Films;  Lesbians

 

129.          Laurie, Alison J.  From Kamp girls to political dykes: a personal view of 30 years as a New Zealand lesbian.  Broadsheet no. 134, November 1985, p. 24-27;  no. 135, December 1985, p. 28-31.

Also published in Penelope, Julia;  Valentine, Sarah (eds).  Finding the lesbians: personal accounts from around the world.  Freedom, CA, Crossing Press, 1990.

Lesbians;  Sexual Politics

 

130.          Mannahan, Nancy.  Lesbian nuns: the double closet.  Broadsheet no. 136, January/February 1986, p. 18-20.

Lesbians;  Nuns

 

131.          Rosier, Pat.  Snapdragon blooms.  Broadsheet no. 136, January/February 1986, p. 12.

Discusses the bookshop run by a lesbian collective in Auckland.

Auckland;  Bookshops;  Lesbians;  Snapdragon (Bookshop)

 

132.          Dominy, Michele Denise.  Lesbian-feminist gender conceptions: separatism in Christchurch, New Zealand.  Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society v. 11 no. 2, Winter 1986, p. 274-289.

Christchurch;  Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Separatism

 

133.          Dominy, Michele Denise.  1979 Convention: a cultural analysis.  Women’s Studies Journal v. 2 no. 2, August 1986, p. 25-40.

Discusses the 1979 United Women’s Convention, including the protest activity motivated by one of two gender conceptions: reformist or separatist.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Separatism;  United Women’s Convention

 

134.          Rosier, Pat.  Personal policies: lesbian feminists and love.  Broadsheet no. 142, September 1986, p. 20-25.

Discussion concerning some of the dilemmas for lesbian feminists in their sexual relationships.

            Feminists;  Lesbians

 

135.          Chinese lesbians meet.  Broadsheet no. 143, October 1986, p. 8-9.

Records a meeting of Chinese and Japanese lesbians in Wellington in April 1986.

Chinese;  Japanese;  Lesbians

 

136.          Rosier, Pat.  When a lesbian is dying: is there room for her friends?  Broadsheet no. 143, October 1986, p. 30-32.

Death;  Lesbians

 

137.          Tamihana, Shirley.  Wellington Lesbian Club finale.  Broadsheet no. 143, October 1986, p. 46.

Review of a variety show held at the Club.

                        Clubs;  Lesbians;  Performing Arts;  Wellington;  Wellington Lesbian Club

 

138.          Rosier, Pat.  Celebrating ourselves: a lesbian festival.  Broadsheet no. 144, November 1986, p. 8-9.

The 1986 Lesbian Festival in Auckland.

            Festivals;  Lesbian Festival 1986

 

139.          Aitchison-Windeler, Zoe Catherine Alice.  To be believed: the social construction of lesbianism from Kraft-Ebing to Cruickshank.  M.Soc.Sc. thesis, University of Waikato, 1987.  132 p.

Lesbianism

 

140.          New Zealand. Ministry of Women’s Affairs.  Report on the Ministry of Women’s Affairs consultation day with lesbians, 7 September 1987.  Wellington, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, 1987.  29 p.

Lesbians.  New Zealand. Ministry of Women’s Affairs

 

141.          Orange, Rosanna M.  Tattoo art and lesbian identity.  In O’Hagan, Mary;  Cassells, Linda (eds).  Women’s Studies Association: conference papers 1986.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association (N.Z.), 1987, p. 135-143.

Identity;  Lesbians;  Tattoos

 

142.          Rankine, Jenny.  Lesbian celebration.  Broadsheet no. 146, January/February 1987, p. 7-8.

The 1986 Lesbian Festival in Auckland.

            Festivals;  Lesbian Festival 1986

 

143.          Jones, Debbie.  Heterosexism.  Broadsheet no. 149, May 1987, p. 30-31.

Considers connections between heterosexism, feminism and lesbianism.

            Feminism;  Heterosexism;  Lesbianism

 

144.          Ryan, Allanah.  Photo essay: from Ladylib to the Femocrats.  Sites: a Journal for Radical Perspectives on Culture no. 15, Spring 1987, p. 5-21.

Includes a photograph (p. 11) of the Lesbian Nation banner at the United Women’s Convention, June 1975.

Lesbian Nation (Organisation);  Lesbians;  United Women’s Convention

 

145.          Jones, Debbie.  Lesbians and AIDS.  Lesbians in Print October 1987.

AIDS;  Lesbians

 

146.          Rosier, Pat.  Lesbians internationally.  Broadsheet no. 152, October 1987, p. 22-23.

Interview with Miriam Saphira following her attendance at the International Lesbian and Gay Association Conference.

                        International Lesbian and Gay Association Conference 1987; 

                        Lesbians;  Saphira, Miriam

 

147.          New Zealand. Royal Commission on Social Policy.  Lesbians.  In its Report.  Wellington, The Commission, 1988, v. 2 p. 263-267.

Lesbians;  Social Policy;  Social Services

 

148.          Ryan, Allanah.  Sex, pleasure and danger.  Broadsheet no. 155, January/February 1988, p. 24-29.

The pleasure, danger and politics of sex (including lesbian sex) and feminism.

Feminism;  Lesbians;  Sexual Politics

 

149.          Ryan, Allanah.  Diversity and desire: the missing link in feminist sexual politics.  Broadsheet no. 157, April 1988, p. 39.

Diversity;  Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Politics

 

150.          Jagose, Annamarie.  Zero degree deviancy: the new lesbian text’s bid for destigmatisation.  In Rosier, Pat (ed.).    Women Studies Association: conference papers 1988.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association (N.Z.), 1989, p. 176-184.

Lesbianism

 

151.          Passionately political.  Broadsheet no. 166, March 1989, p. 30-33;  no. 167, April 1989, p. 27-29.

Interview with Charlotte Bunch on the political implications of lesbianism.

            Bunch, Charlotte;  Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Politics

 

152.          Ngahuia Te Awekotuku.  Broadsheet no. 174, December 1989/January 1990, p. 14-19.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia

 

153.          Rosier, Pat.  For an obnoxious and unruly bunch: Lesbian Ethics.  Broadsheet no. 179, June/July 1990, p. 24-27.

Interview with philosopher and author Sarah Hoagland.

            Hoagland, Sarah;  Lesbianism

 

154.          Lesbian gathering on 1990 issues.  Broadsheet no. 180, August 1990, p. 14.

The feminist/lesbian network in New Zealand.

            Feminists;  Lesbians

 

155.          Severs, Morrigan;  Wainwright, Torfrida.  Lesbians in refuge.  Broadsheet no. 181, September 1990, p. 19.

Lesbian involvement in crisis centres.

            Abusive Relationships;  Crisis Centres;  Lesbians

 

156.          Johnson, Marilynn.  Lesbian and feminist: invisible among the invisible.  In Cahill, Maud;  Dann, Christine (eds).  Changing our lives: women working in the Women’s Liberation Movement, 1970-1990.  Wellington, Bridget Williams Books, 1991, p. 65-69.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Women’s Movement

 

157.          Roberts, Cynthia.  Living the times.  In Cahill, Maud;  Dann, Christine (eds).  Changing our lives: women working in the Women’s Liberation Movement, 1970-1990.  Wellington, Bridget Williams Books, 1991, p. 115-124.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Women’s Movement

 

158.          Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia.  Mana wahine: seeking meaning for ourselves.  In Cahill, Maud;  Dann, Christine (eds).  Changing our lives: women working in the Women’s Liberation Movement, 1970-1990.  Wellington, Bridget Williams Books, 1991, p. 25-33.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Women’s Movement

 

159.          Braeman, Elizabeth;  Cox, Carol.  Dworkin on Dworkin.  Broadsheet no. 187, May 1991, p. 30-33.

Interview with Andrea Dworkin, including discussion on the changing role of lesbians in grass roots radical feminism.

Dworkin, Andrea;  Feminism;  Lesbians

 

160.          Rosier, Pat.  Marriages, and other considered ceremonies.  Broadsheet no. 188, June 1991, p. 14-17.

Ceremonies devised by lesbians to celebrate their relationships.

            Ceremonies;  Couples;  Lesbians;  Marriage;  Weddings

 

161.          Atmore, Chris.  Everything still isn’t for everybody: some notes on lesbian social research and post-structuralism.  In McPherson, Heather;  King, Julie;  Evans, Marian;  Nunn, Pamela Gerrish (eds).  Spiral 7: a collection of lesbian art and writing from Aotearoa/New Zealand.  Dunedin, Spiral, 1992, p. 41-49.

Lesbianism

 

162.          Broadsheet resource kit. Sexuality.  Auckland, Broadsheet, 1992. 1 v. (various pagings).

Articles reprinted from Broadsheet.  Includes Loving women – and men: bisexual lives and Young, lesbian and proud.

Bisexuals;  Lesbians;  Sex Role;  Sexual Practices

 

163.          Paulin, Kate.  Dykes, deconstruction and discourse analysis: an examination of the functions of attitudes.  M.A. thesis, University of Otago, 1992.  170 p.

Discourse Analysis;  Lesbianism

 

164.          Poulter, Leah.  A higher twist of the spiral: the birth of the goddess consciousness.  In McPherson, Heather;  King, Julie;  Evans, Marian;  Nunn, Pamela Gerrish (eds).  Spiral 7: a collection of lesbian art and writing from Aotearoa/New Zealand.  Dunedin, Spiral, 1992, p. 127-132.

Lesbianism

 

165.          Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia.  Kia mau, kia manawanui, we will never go away: experiences of a Maori lesbian feminist.  In Du Plessis, Rosemary and others (eds).  Feminist voices: women’s studies texts for Aotearoa/New Zealand.  Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1992, p. 278-289.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia

 

166.          Tuck, Wendy Christina.  Women’s sexual orientation.  M.Soc.Sc. thesis, University of Waikato, 1992.  129 p.

Lesbians;  Sexual Orientation

 

167.          Varga, Jude.  Heterosexism and the lesbian challenge.  Broadsheet no. 194, Winter 1992, p. 22-24.

Heterosexism;  Lesbianism

 

168.          Park, Julie.  Research partnerships: a discussion paper based on case studies from “The place of alcohol in the lives of New Zealand women” project.  Women’s Studies International Forum v. 15 no. 5/6, September-December 1992, p. 581-591.

Includes research partnerships between lesbian women in New Zealand.

Lesbians;  Research Partnerships

 

169.          Broadsheet resource kit. Lesbian lives.  Auckland, Broadsheet, 1993.

Articles reprinted from Broadsheet.

                        Lesbians

 

170.          Curl, Romi.  Lesbians in Print, 1985–  In Else, Anne (ed.).  Women together: a history of women’s organisations in New Zealand: nga ropu wahine o te motu.  Wellington, Historical Branch, Dept of Internal Affairs and Daphne Brasell Associates Press, 1993, p. 567.

Lesbians;  Lesbians in Print (Organisation)

 

171.          Johnston, Lynda.  Body/place shaping: at home with the lesbian at home.  In Whittaker, William (ed.).  New Zealand Geographical Society. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, August 30-September 2, 1993.  Christchurch, New Zealand Geographical Society, 1993, p. 397-403.

A theoretical and empirical exploration of lesbian identity and the phenomenology of place.

Identity;  Lesbians;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Spatial Behaviour

 

172.          Rosier, Pat.  Lesbians: in front, up front, out front.  In Kedgley, Sue;  Varnham, Mary (eds).  Heading nowhere in a navy blue suit, and other tales from the feminist revolution.  Wellington, Daphne Brasell Associates Press, 1993, p. 159-175.

Lesbians

 

173.          Howard-Smith, Lisa.  A community of courage.  Broadsheet no. 197, Autumn 1993, p. 10-12.

Lesbians

 

174.          Rosier, Pat.  Figuring it out.  Broadsheet no. 199, Spring 1993, p. 18-21.

Interview with lesbian philosopher Marilyn Frye.

            Frye, Marilyn;  Lesbians

 

175.          Gammon, Carolyn.  Lesbian studies emerging in Canada.  Women’s Studies Association Conference Papers 1994.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association, 1994, p. 188-197.

Canada;  Gay Studies;  Lesbian Studies;  Women’s Studies

 

176.          Green, Jen.  An exploration of the sameness and difference between heterosexual, bisexual and lesbian women.  In Hill, Linda (ed.).  Women’s Studies Association Conference Papers 1993.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association N.Z., 1994, p. 145-147.

Bisexuals;  Lesbians

 

177.          Goslyn, Annie;  Cautlin, Rhiannon.  Whose scene is it anyway?  Broadsheet no. 202, Winter 1994, p. 8-10.

Considers the tensions between some 1990s lesbians and lesbian feminists.

            Feminists;  Lesbians

 

178.          Rankine, Jenny.  Choice vs. born that way.  Broadsheet no. 202, Winter 1994, p. 24-28.

Argues that homosexuality is not biologically determined, and considers the implications of this viewpoint for lesbians.

            Lesbians;  Sexual Orientation

 

179.          Warren, Helen.  Heterosexual feminist is not an oxymoron.  Broadsheet no. 202, Winter 1994, p. 12-13.

Discussion on whether women have to be lesbian to be feminist.

            Feminists;  Lesbians

 

180.          Rider, Claire.  The Human Rights Commission and assisted reproductive technologies.  Broadsheet no. 203, Spring 1994, p. 10-11.

Discrimination against single and lesbian women by fertility clinics.

Discrimination;  Fertility Clinics;  Human Reproductive Technologies;  Lesbians;  New Zealand. Human Rights Commission;  Single People

 

181.          Coney, Sandra.  I do: 125 years of weddings in New Zealand.  Auckland, Hodder Moa Beckett, 1995.  103 p.

Includes (p. 101) a photograph of the lesbian wedding of Carmel Carroll and Jess Denholm in April 1995.

Carroll, Carmel;  Ceremonies;  Couples;  Denholm, Jess;  Lesbians;  Marriage;  Weddings

 

182.          Sayer, Susan.  The democratic bodies of Lesbian Nation.  In Alice, Lynne;  Star, Lynne (eds).  Feminism / postmodernism / postfeminism: a space for encounter between feminist and postmodernist thinking.  Palmerston North, Women's Studies Programme, Massey University, 1995, p. 265-292.  (Working papers in women’s studies, no. 1).

Feminism;  Lesbian Nation (Organisation);  Lesbianism

 

183.          Who is left holding the baby?  New Zealand Listener v. 147 no. 2857, 21 January 1995, p. 14-15.

Results of a Listener / Heylen Monitor survey which includes discussion on whether assisted reproductive aids should be available for lesbian couples.

Couples;  Human Reproductive Technologies;  Lesbians;  Opinion Polls;  Surveys

 

184.          Quinton, Dory.  When is a lesbian not a lesbian?  Broadsheet no. 205, Autumn 1995, p. 34-35.

Lesbians

 

185.          Kirkman, Allison Margaret.  Ways of being religious: lesbians and Christianity.  Ph.D. thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1996.  349 p.

Lesbians;  Religious Attitudes;  Religious Life;  Spirituality

 

186.          Paulin, Kate.  Putting Pakeha into the picture: analysing lesbian / bisexual politics in Aotearoa / New Zealand.  In Wilkinson, Sue;  Kitzinger, Celia (eds).  Representing the other: a feminism and psychology reader.  Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications, 1996, p. 113-118.

Bisexuals;  Lesbians;  Sexual Politics

 

187.          Sayer, Susan.  Out of the blue: lesbian studies in Aotearoa / New Zealand.  In Zimmerman, Bonnie;  McNaron, Toni A. H. (eds).  New lesbian studies: into the twenty-first century.  New York, Feminist Press at the City of New York, 1996, p. 240-243.

Gay Studies;  Lesbian Studies;  Women’s Studies

 

188.          Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia.  Maori-lesbian-feminist radical.  In Bell, Diane;  Klein, Renate (eds).  Radically speaking: feminism reclaimed.  North Melbourne, Spinifex Press, 1996, p. 55-61.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia

 

189.          Byrne, Judith.  Poor visibility: lesbians and poverty.  M.A. (Applied) thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1997.  166 p.

Economic Conditions;  Lesbians;  Poverty;  Societal Attitudes

 

190.          Kirkbride, Rachel Frances.  The final frontier? lesbians’ health, leisure and space.  M.P.R. & T.M. thesis, Lincoln University, 1997.  87 p.

Health;  Leisure;  Lesbians;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Recreation;  Spatial Behaviour

 

191.          Howard-Smith, Lisa.  The Lesbian Avengers.  Broadsheet no. 214, Winter 1997, p. 40-41.

Interview with Phoenix Llewellyn about the formation of the Aotearoa/New Zealand branch of the lesbian organisation The Lesbian Avengers.

Lesbian Avengers (Organisation);  Lesbians;  Llewellyn, Phoenix

 

192.          Alice, Lynne.  Bodies, sexualities, and identities: a conversation.  In Du Plessis, Rosemary;  Alice, Lynne (eds).  Feminist thought in Aotearoa/New Zealand: differences and connections.  Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1998, p. 138-146.

Feminist and lesbian approaches to sexualities.

Feminists;  Lesbians;  Sexual Orientation

 

193.          Queer bodies, volatility and other matters.  In Hill, Linda (ed.).  Women’s Studies Association Conference Papers 1997.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association N.Z., 1998, p. 2-6.

Discusses Elizabeth Grosz’s writings about “corporeal feminism”, and how these “illuminate queer thinking about bodies and sexual identities”.

Feminism;  Grosz, Elizabeth;  Identity;  Lesbianism;  Sexual Orientation

 

194.          Baynes, Sylvia;  Rosier, Pat.  Ideal states: a view of women’s utopias.  In Hill, Linda (ed.).  Women’s Studies Association Conference Papers 1998.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association N.Z., 1999, p. 79-97.

Lesbians;  Utopias

 

195.          Kirkbride, R.;  Simpson, C.  Safe leisure space for lesbians.  In Grant, Bevan C.;  Pringle, Richard (eds).   Leisure experiences: interpretation and action: proceedings of the 4th Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Leisure Studies, Hamilton, 1999.  Hamilton, Dept of Leisure Studies, University of Waikato, 1999, p. 127-133.

Leisure;  Lesbians;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Recreation;  Spatial Behaviour

 

196.          Saphira, Miriam.  Fluid lesbians.  In Margolis, Harriet;  Else, Anne (eds).  Women’s Studies Association Conference Papers 1999.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association, 1999, p. 261-264.

Lesbians

 

197.          Hird, Myra J.;  Germon, Jenz.  Women on the edge of a dyke-otomy: confronting subjectivity.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 3 no. 3, 1999, p. 103-111.

“Considers some of the contradictions of authenticity as a defining feature of lesbian community in New Zealand”.  Also published in Atkins, Dawn (ed.).  Lesbian sex scandals: sexual practices, identities, and politics.  Binghamton, NY, Haworth Press, 1999, p. 103-111.

Identity;  Lesbians

 

198.          Alice, Helen.  Lesbians as foster carers: an under-utilised resource?  Social Work Now v. 14, December 1999, p. 35-40.

Child Care;  Foster Care;  Lesbians

 

199.          Roche, Lauren.  Bent not broken.  Wellington, Steele Roberts, 2000.  223 p.

Autobiography. 

Reviews:  Bennett, Joe.  New Zealand Books v. 10 no. 5, December 2000, p. 18;  King, Michael.  North and South no. 167, February 2000, p. 110-112.

Lesbians;  Roche, Lauren

 

200.          Laurie, Alison J. (ed.).  Lesbian studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand.  New York, Harrington Park Press, 2001.  243 p.

Also published as Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 5 no. 1/2, 2001.
Reviews:  Lapsley, Hilary.  Proud and open in Aotearoa.  Lesbian Review of Books v. 8 no. 2, Winter 2002, p. 12-13;  Pountney, Charmaine.  Ghosts and disclosures.  New Zealand Books v. 12 no. 1, March 2002, p.21-22.

Lesbianism;  Lesbians

 

201.          Peace, Robin.  Producing lesbians: canonical proprieties.  In Bell, David & others (eds).  Pleasure zones: bodies, cities, spaces.  Syracuse, N.Y., Syracuse University Press, 2001, p. 29-54.

Lesbians

 

202.          Roche, Lauren.  Life on the line.  Wellington, Steele Roberts, 2001.  174 p.

Autobiography.

Review:  Mutch, Nicola.  New Zealand Listener v. 179 no. 3189, 23 June 2001, p. 59.

Lesbians;  Roche, Lauren

 

203.          Southward, Claire.  Safety in numbers?  lesbian women in a social worker / client relationship: the strengths and weaknesses of working together.  M.A. (Applied) thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 2001.  120 p.

Lesbians;  Social Work

 

204.          Hyman, Prue.  Lesbians and economic / social change: impacts of globalisation on our community(ies) and politics.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 5 no. 1/2, 2001, p. 115-132.

Also published in Laurie, Alison J. (ed.).  Lesbian studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand.  New York, Harrington Park Press, 2003, p. 115-132.

Economic Conditions;  Globalisation;  Lesbians;  Social Change

 

205.          Kirkman, Allison.  Ties that bind.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 51 no. 1/2, 2001, p. 211-227.

A report on how a group of 30 Pakeha women who self-identify as lesbian or gay set about constructing new ways of being Christian.  Also published in Laurie, Alison J. (ed.).  Lesbian studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand. New York, Harrington Park Press, 2003, p. 211-227.

Lesbians;  Religious Attitudes;  Religious Life;  Spirituality

 

206.          Selket, Kyro.  The contested space of lesbian funerals: the lesbian / straight negotiation and the implications for funeral industry practice.  M.A. (Applied) thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 2002.  122 p.

Bereavement;  Death;  Funerals;  Lesbians

 

207.          Samuel, Fiona.  My best friend’s wedding.  New Zealand Listener v. 186 no. 3260, 2 November 2002, p. 46-47.

Describes a lesbian wedding held in Amsterdam.

Ceremonies;  Couples;  Lesbians;  Marriage;  Weddings

 

208.          Laurie, Alison J.  Lady-husbands and kamp ladies: pre-1970 lesbian life in Aotearoa / New Zealand.  Ph.D. thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 2003.  434 p.

Family Relationships;  Identity;  Lesbians;  Sex Role;  Sexual Orientation

 

209.          Cox, Lois.  That’s what I am: I’m a lesbian.  In Kell, Susan;  Rosier, Pat (eds).  Women’s Studies Association Conference 2003: collected papers and presentations.    Auckland, Women’s Studies Association, 2004, p. 39-42.

Lesbians;  Oral History

 

210.          Du Plessis, Rosemary.  Queer, queerer, queerest? feminisms, heterosexualities and queer theory.  In Alice, Lynne;  Star, Lynne (eds).  Queer in Aotearoa New Zealand.  Palmerston North, Dunmore Press, 2004, p. 103-114.

Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Queer Theory;  Sexual Orientation

 

211.          Etz, Rebecca S.  Sounding out community: meanings of community, identity and difference among lesbians living in New Zealand.  Ph.D. thesis, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick, 2004.  291 p.

Identity;  Lesbians

 

212.          Hawthorne, Susan.  From the lesbian body to same-sex attracted: the depoliticising of lesbian culture.  In Kell, Susan;  Rosier, Pat (eds).  Women’s Studies Association Conference 2003: collected papers and presentations.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association, 2004, p. 58-63.

Lesbians;  Same-Sex Attraction

 

213.          Laurie, Alison J.  Speaking the unspoken: lesbian oral histories in Aotearoa New Zealand.  In Green, Anna;  Hutching, Megan (eds).  Remembering: writing oral history.  Auckland, Auckland University Press, 2004, p. 60-76.

Lesbians;  Oral History

 

214.          MacBride-Stewart, Sara.  Neither of us uses contraceptives: heteronormative expectations affecting lesbian experiences of cervical screening.  In Potts, Annie;  Gavey, Nicola;  Weatherall, Ann (eds).  Sex and the body.  Palmerston North, Dunmore Press, 2004, p. 165-182.

Cervical Screening;  Contraceptives;  Heteronormativity;  Lesbians

 

215.          Cox, Lois.  That’s what I am: I’m a lesbian.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds).  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005, p. 68-73.

Lesbians;  Oral History

 

216.          Edyvane, Valda;  Instone, Tighe;  Simmonds, Porleen.  Wasted days and wasted nights?  lesbian socialising in Wellington from the late 1960s.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds).  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005, p. 76-80.

Gay Scene;  Lesbians;  Wellington

 

217.          Glamuzina, Julie.  Containment of lesbians and lesbianism in the early and mid-twentieth century.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds).  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005, p. 32-36.

Lesbianism;  Lesbians;  Media

 

218.          Neuman, Yoka.  I did not realise that lesbians could be mothers too.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds).  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005, p. 74-75.

Lesbian Mothers’ Defence Fund;  Lesbians;  Mothers

 

219.          Douglas, Carol Anne.  New Zealand feminists put the political back into lesbian.  Off Our Backs v. 35 no. 3/4, March/April 2005, p. 48-50, 62.

Interview with Pat Rosier and Pru Hyman.

Feminists;  Hyman, Pru;  Lesbians;  Rosier, Pat;  Sexual Politics

 

220.          Lang, Sarah.  Face to face: Annamarie Jagose, Dr Orgasm.  North and South no. 249, December 2006, p. 72-77.

An interview about Jagose’s research on sexuality and orgasm, and the controversy after she was awarded a Marsden Fund grant to pursue it.

Jagose, Annamarie;  Lesbians;  Orgasm

 

221.          Stevenson, Michelle.  Can’t see the forest for the trees: insider/outsider perspectives on the Wellington lesbian community(s).  M.A. thesis, Massey University, 2007.  106p.

Lesbians;  Wellington

 

222.          Wills, Celine.  The lesbian family and the State: a sociological perspective on New Zealand’s regulation of lesbian sexuality.  New Zealand Sociology v. 22 no. 2, 2007, p. 302-314.

Discusses the ways in which the State in New Zealand restricts a lesbian’s ability to have a family.

Children;  Couples;  Family Relationships;  Gay Rights;  Human Rights;  Law;  Lesbians;  Mothers;  Parents

 

223.          MacBride-Stewart, Sara.  Peripheral perspectives: locating lesbian studies in Australasia.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 11 no. 3/4, 2007, p. 303-311.

Identifies the key differences and similarities between lesbian studies in Australia and New Zealand.  Also published in Giffney, Doreen;  O’Donnell, Katherine (eds).  Twenty-first century lesbian studies.  Binghampton, N.Y., Harrington Park Press, 2007.

Australia;  Gay Studies;  Lesbian Studies;  Women’s Studies

 

224.          Saphira, Miriam;  McPherson, Heather;  Marno, Fran.  Remember us: women who love women, from Sappho to liberation.  Auckland, Charlotte Museum Trust, 2008.  107 p.

Gay Liberation;  Lesbianism;  Lesbians

 

225.          Ganesh, Shiv.  Assimilation, sexuality and the contours of relational care in academe.  Women’s Studies in Communication v. 31 no. 2, Summer 2008, p. 268-275.

An account of the author’s move from the United States to New Zealand, with comment on the gay environment in New Zealand.

            Assimilation;  Ganesh, Shiv;  Lesbians;  Teachers, Tertiary;  United States of America

 

226.          Saphira, Miriam.  How HUG helped my doctoral research.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds).  Twenty years on: histories of homosexual law reform in New Zealand.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2009, p. 59-65.

HUG is Heterosexuals Unafraid of Gays.

Children;  Family Relationships;  Heterosexuals Unafraid of Gays;  Lesbians;  Sexual Orientation

 

227.          Jagose, Annamarie.  Feminism’s queer theory.  Feminism and Psychology v. 19 no. 2, May 2009, p. 157-174.

Feminism;  Lesbianism;  Queer Theory

 

228.          Laurie, Alison J.  A transnational conference romance: Elsie Andrews, Hildegarde Kneeland, and the Pan-Pacific Women’s Association.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 13 no. 4, October-December 2009, p. 395-414.

Andrews, Elsie;  Kneeland, Hildegarde;  Lesbians;  Pan-Pacific Women’s Association

 

229.          Ralston, Bill.  Deadlier for the male.  New Zealand Listener v. 226 no. 3642, 27 February 2010, p. 11.

Discusses the image of modern lesbians.

            Lesbians

 

230.          Shoot, Brittany.  No one answer.  Briarpatch v. 39 no. 2, March-April 2010, p. 22-24.

Interview with Marilyn Waring.

            Lesbians;  Waring, Marilyn

 

231.          Chisholm, Donna.  Women in love.  Metro no. 343, May 2010, p. 50-57.

Interviews with six “lipstick lesbians”.

            Gay Scene;  Lesbians

 

232.          Laurie, Alison J.  “We were the town’s tomboys”: an interview with Raukura “Bubs” Hetet.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 14 no. 4, October-December 2010, p. 381-400.

Hetet, Raukura Te Aroha;  Lesbians

 

233.          Cone, Deborah Hill.  Into the frying pan.  New Zealand Listener v. 226 no. 3679, 13 November 2010, p. 10.

Discusses topics relating to women and homosexuality.

            Lesbians

 

234.          Gremillion, Helen.  Feminism and the mythopoetic men’s movement: some shared concepts of gender.  Women’s Studies Journal v. 25 no. 2, December 2011, p. 43-55.

Feminism;  Heteronormativity;  Lesbianism

 

235.          Laurie, Alison J.  Lesbian lives.  In Te Ara: the encyclopedia of New Zealand.  2012.  http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/lesbian-lives.

Lesbians

 


 

 

3.   HISTORY

 

 

236.          Bunkle, Phillida.  A history of women’s movement.  Broadsheet no. 76, January/February 1980, p. 30-35.

Looks at the impact of cultural feminism and lesbian separatism on the women’s movement.

Feminism;  History;  Lesbians;  Separatism;  Women’s Movement

 

237.          Eldred-Grigg, Stevan.  A new history of Canterbury.  Dunedin, John McIndoe, 1982.  252 p.

References to homosexuality in Canterbury on p. 83, 117, 139, 155, 220.

            Canterbury Region;  Colonial New Zealand;  History

 

238.          Noad, Katie.  Unwinding the kimono.  Broadsheet no. 152, October 1987, p. 30-33.

An outline of the history of lesbianism in Japan.

            History;  Japan;  Lesbianism

 

239.          Glamuzina, Julie.  A lesbian-feminist approach to the histories of Aotearoa: a pakeha perspective.  In Du Plessis, Rosemary and others (eds).  Feminist voices: women’s studies texts for Aotearoa/New Zealand.  Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1992, p. 39-44. 

Feminism;  History;  Lesbianism

 

240.          Coney, Sandra and others.  Women who love women: lesbians through the decades.  In their Standing in the sunshine: a history of New Zealand women since they won the vote.  Auckland, Viking, 1993, p. 170-171.

History;  Lesbians

 

241.          McNab, Justin William.  A social historical overview: male homosexuality in New Zealand.  M.Phil. thesis, University of Auckland, 1993.  223 p.

History

 

242.          Rankine, Jenny.  A potted history of lesbian love.  Broadsheet no. 198, Winter 1993, p. 46-51;  no. 199, Spring 1993, p. 49-53.

History;  Lesbians

 

243.          Glamuzina, Julie.  Sources for lesbian history in Aotearoa.  In Hill, Linda (ed.).  Women’s Studies Association Conference Papers 1990, 1991, 1992.  Auckland, Women’s Studies Association N.Z., 1994, p. 164-168.

History;  Lesbians

 

244.          Lesbian / gay historical walk of Wellington.  In Young, Hugh.  Queer History New Zealand: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender New Zealand History.  http://www.gaynz.net.nz/history/devotion.html.

Historical Sites;  Wellington

 

245.          Young, Hugh.  A chronology of homosexuality in New Zealand.  In his Queer History New Zealand: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender New Zealand History.  http://www.gaynz.net.nz/history/chronolheads.html.

Part 1: Wairaka to Stonewall and NZ Gay Liberation (14th Century - 1971).  Part 2: Gay Liberation to the Freer Amendment (1971-9).  Part 3: The Freer Amendment to AIDS (1979-81).  Part 4: AIDS to Homosexual Law Reform (1981-6).  Part 5: Law Reform (July 9, 1986) to the present.

Chronologies;  History

 

246.          Reader, Clare Bear.  “Do as I say, not as I do”: human rights violations by the New Zealand state against gay, bisexual and lesbian citizens, 1867-1997.  LL.M. thesis, University of Auckland, 1997.  86 p.

Bisexuals;  Gay Rights;  History;  Human Rights;  Law;  Lesbians

 

247.          Belich, James.  Out on the street.  In his Paradise reforged: a history of the New Zealanders from the 1880s to the year 2000.  Auckland, Allen Lane the Penguin Press, 2001, p. 511-514.

Gay Scene;  History

 

248.          Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds.).  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005.  89 p.

History;  Lesbians

 

249.          Brickell, Chris.  Sexology, the homo/hetero binary, and the complexities of male sexual history.  Sexualities v. 9 no. 4, October 2006, p. 423-447.

History

 

250.          Brickell, Chris.  Mates & lovers: a history of gay New Zealand.  Auckland, Godwit, 2008.  431 p.

Reviews:  Aldrich, Robert.  Sexualities v. 12 no. 3, June 2009, p. 398-400;  Colbert, Roy.  Queer times.  Metro no. 324, August 2008, p. 102;  Culbertson, Philip.  Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality v. 3 no. 1, January 2009, p. 80-82;  Daley, Caroline.  New Zealand Journal of History v. 43 no. 1, April 2009, p. 76-77;  Diamond, Paul.  A man’s man’s world.  New Zealand Listener v. 214 no. 3556, 5 July 2008, p. 39-41;  Hastings, Bill.  Not just good friends.  New Zealand Books v. 18 no. 4, Summer 2008, p. 15;  Johnston, Lynda.  Gender, Place and Culture v. 18 no. 5, 2011, p. 710-712;  Jones, Timothy.  Gender and History v. 24 no. 1, April 2012, p. 236-238;  Reay, Barry.  Journal of the History of Sexuality v. 21 no. 2, May 2012, p. 328-331;  Roger, Warwick.  North and South no. 269, August 2008, p. 94-95;  Wallace, Lee.  Gay culture in a small province.  JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature no. 26, 2008, p. 184-189.

Gay Scene;  History

 

251.          Pearman, Louise.  Men and masqueraders: cross-gendered identity and behaviour in New Zealand, 1906-1950.  M.A. thesis, University of Otago, 2008.  148 p.

Feminism;  History;  Identity;  Lesbians;  Transsexuals

 

252.          Brickell, Chris.  Court records and the history of male homosexuality.  Archifacts January 2008, p. 25-44.

Archives;  Brickell, Chris. Mates & Lovers;  Court Records;  Criminal Records;  History

 

253.          Brickell, Chris.  Sexuality, morality and society.  In Byrnes, Giselle (ed.).  The new Oxford history of New Zealand.  South Melbourne, Vic., Oxford University Press, 2009, p. 465-486.

“Unnatural acts”, p. 476-484.

            Decriminalisation;  History;  Law Reform

 

254.          Laurie, Alison J.  Introduction: a history of “lesbian history”.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 13 no. 4, October-December 2009, p. 349-361.

History;  Lesbianism

 

255.          Brickell, Chris.  Sex, space and scripts: negotiating homoeroticism in history.  Social and Cultural Geography v. 11 no. 6, September 2010, p. 597-613.

An investigation of how some men negotiated sexual encounters in New Zealand during the nineteenth century, within particular spaces (streets, gardens, hotels and others).

History;  Hotels;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Sexual Practices;  Spatial Behaviour

 

256.          Laurie, Alison J.  Foreword.  Journal of Lesbian Studies v. 14 no. 4, October-December 2010, p. 283-287.

Considers the role of lesbians in history.

            History;  Lesbians

 

257.          Brickell, Chris.  Homoerotic subjectivities and the historical imagination.  Gay and Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review v. 7 no. 2, 2011, p. 89-101.

Explores the use of life records, such as court files, diaries, photographs and letters, as aids to an understanding of now-dead gay men.

Archives;  Court Records;  Criminal Records;  Diaries;  History;  Identity;  Letters;  Masculinity;  Photography

 

258.          Brickell, Chris.  Moral panic or critical mass? the queer contradictions of 1950s New Zealand.  In Bauer, Heike;  Cook, Matthew (eds).  Queer 1950s: rethinking sexuality in the postwar years.  New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, chapter 6.

History;  Societal Attitudes

 

259.          Brickell, Chris.  Queens Gardens, 1949: the anxious spaces of post-war New Zealand masculinity.  New Zealand Geographer v. 68 no. 2, August 2012, p. 81-91.

Analyses the case of two young men (Rupert Vale  and Isaac Walters) who were arrested after a public sexual encounter with three visiting seamen (Jim Harrison, Hugh Wilton and Charlie Hamlin) whom they had met on the steps of the Cenotaph in Queens Gardens, Dunedin.

Dunedin;  Hamlin, Charlie;  Harrison, Jim;  History;  Masculinity;  Personal Space;  Place Theory;  Public Space;  Queens Gardens, Dunedin;  Spatial Behaviour;  Vale, Rupert;  Walters, Isaac;  Wilton, Hugh

 

260.          Brickell, Chris.  “Waiting for Uncle Ben”: age-structured homosexuality in New Zealand, 1920–1950.  Journal of the History of Sexuality v. 21 no. 3, September 2012, p. 467-495.

History;  Pederasty

 

 

 

 

4.   PRE-COLONIAL MAORI

 

 

261.          Banks, Joseph.  The Endeavour journal of Joseph Banks, 1768-1771.  Edited by J. C. Beaglehole.  Sydney, Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales, 1962.  2 v.

Volume 1 page 461: “3 February 1770.  One of our gentlemen came home to day abusing the natives most heartily whoom he said he had found to be given to the detestable Vice of Sodomy.  He, he said, had been with a family of Indians and paid a price for leave to make his adresses to any one young woman they should pitch upon for him;  one was chose as he thought who willingly retird with him but on examination provd to be a boy;  that on his returning and complaining of this another was sent who turnd out to be a boy likewise;  that on his second complaint he could get no redress but was laught at by the Indians.  Far be it for me to attempt saying that that Vice is not practisd here, this however I must say that in my humble opinion this story proves no more than that our gentleman was fairly trickd out of his cloth, which none of the young ladies chose to accept of on his terms, and the master of the family did not chuse to part with”.

            Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

262.          Kendall, Thomas.  Replies to [Commissioner] Bigge’s queries, Novr. 8th, 1819.  In McNab, Robert (ed.).  Historical records of New Zealand.  Volume 1.  Wellington, Government Printer, 1908, p. 443.

In reply to the question “What are the principal moral defects, and what are the crimes most common amongst them [the natives]”, Kendall replied: “... Unnatural crimes we have never heard of, nor do we know that they have any name for them”.

            Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

263.          Davis, Richard.  Journal, 4 October 1836.  In his Letters and journals, 1824-1863.  Dunedin, Hocken Library.  Mission Books, microfilm 121/32.

Page 559:  “I took the opportunity of asking them [the Natives] whether the crime alluded to [homosexuality] was previously known among them:  they acknowledged it was”.

            Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

264.          Polack, Joel Samuel.  New Zealand: being a narrative of travels and adventures during a residence in that country between the years 1831 and 1837.  London, R. Bentley, 1838.  2 v.

Volume 2 pages 226-227:  “At Piroa, or Doubtless Bay, on one of the most prominent hills, is said to reside Niturehu, a filthy deity, whose affection for red headed young ladies and gentlemen is only comparable to the depraved tastes of Jupiter Tonans, to whom a Leda or Ganimede were equally acceptable.  Niturehu’s goût for red hair may be said to lend a colour to his actions;  but those natives, whose locks bear any resemblance to a vegetable red, invariably, on mentioning this deity, deny it ...”.

                        Bisexuals;  Maori;  Niturehu (Deity);  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

265.          Gluckman, Laurie Kalman.  Transcultural consideration of homosexuality, with special reference to the New Zealand Maori.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry v. 8 no. 2, June 1974, p. 121-125.

States that homosexuality was unknown in pre-European New Zealand, and argues from this that homosexuality is socially and culturally determined.

Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

266.          Arboleda, G.;  Murray, Stephen O.  The dangers of lexical inference, with special reference to Maori homosexuality.  Journal of Homosexuality v. 12 no. 1, Fall 1985, p. 129-134.

Argues that it is not valid for L. K. Gluckman (“Transcultural consideration of homosexuality, with special reference to the New Zealand Maori” (1974)) to conclude, on the basis of the absence of terms for homosexuality, that homosexuality did not exist among the Maori prior to European contact.

            Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

267.          Maori lesbians.  In New Zealand. Royal Commission on Social Policy.  The April report.  Wellington, The Commission, 1988, v. 2, p. 167.

“Of specific concern to Maori lesbians however is the claim sometimes made that homosexuality was introduced by Pakeha and that it had no place in traditional Maori society.  There is no evidence to support this claim.  Kuia and Kaumatua have suggested to the Commission that on the contrary homosexuality – female and male – was not uncommon in pre-European times and that it was in fact more readily accepted than today”.

            Lesbians;  Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

268.          Salmond, Anne.  Two worlds: first meetings between Maori and Europeans, 1642-1772.  Auckland, Viking, 1991.  477 p.

Includes very brief reference (p. 251-252) to Joseph Banks’ account of Maori attitudes towards homosexuality.

            Banks, Joseph;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

269.          Karetu, Timoti Sam.  Sexuality: classical Maori poetry.  Unpublished paper, Hui Whai Maramatanga Whai Oranga: Hui on Maori Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS, Papakura Marae Tamaki Makaurau, March 21-24, 1995.

“What is termed today deviant sexual behaviour does not appear to have warranted the composition of songs to celebrate the fact.  It is hoped that future composers will remedy that fact.  In our literature there is nothing stated, nor is there anything stated in missionary records.  To believe that such behaviour did not exist would be tantamount to saying that we were unnatural, for it is a part of human and sexual behaviour.  Most of Polynesia seems to have acknowledged that fact by having special institutions such as the mahu of Hawaii, the arioi society of Tahiti and the fa’afafine of Samoa but no counterparts here in Aotearoa.  I wonder why?  Were we more intolerant than our Polynesian cousins? I think not, for our society is very tolerant of those who choose to express their sexuality in a way that is different from the so-called norm.  Our kaumatua did not, and I would like to think that we, too, do not condemn people for their sexual behaviour or sexual persuasion.  There was, and is, however, the expectation that people take responsibility for their actions.”

Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori;  Sexual Behaviour

 

270.          Maloney, Pat.  Shameless Tahitians and modest Maori: constructing the sexuality of Pacific peoples.  In Kirkman, Allison;  Maloney, Pat (eds).  Sexuality down under: social and historical perspectives.  Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 2005, p. 29-46.

Includes very brief comment on same-sex relations in pre-European Maori society.

Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

271.          Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia.  He reka ano: same-sex lust and loving in the ancient Maori world.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds).  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005, p. 6-9.

Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

272.          Aspin, Clive;  Hutchings, Jessica.  Reclaiming the past to inform the future: contemporary views of Maori sexuality.  Culture, Health and Sexuality v. 9 no. 4, July 2007, p. 415-427.

Describes Maori sexuality (including homosexuality) as it was lived and experienced in pre-European times.

Maori;  Pre-Colonial Maori

 

 


 

5.   COLONIAL NEW ZEALAND

 

 

273.          Hongi, Edward Parry.  Letter XVIII. From Hongi to the Rev. W. Yate.  In Yate, William.  An account of New Zealand and of the formation and progress of the Church Missionary Society’s mission in the Northern Island.  London, R. B. Seeley & W. Burnside, 1835, p. 266-267.

Reprinted Wellington, Reed, 1971.  Reprinted in Jerram, Sophie (ed.).   Posted love: New Zealand love letters.  Auckland, Penguin Books, 1999, p. 122-123.
A letter of farewell from William Yate’s former lover.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

274.          Davis, Richard.  Letters to Church Missionary Society 26 September and 4, 6, 9, 12 October 1836.  Dunedin, Hocken Library 66/149.

Cited in Wilson, Ormond.  From Hongi Hika to Hone Heke: a quarter century of upheaval.  Dunedin, McIndoe, 1965, p. 69:  “The young men who consorted with the missionary William Yate, dismissed from the CMS when his relations with them were discovered, showed no shame.  They simply declared that they were unaware of any sinfulness in such practices, and that Yate had not initiated them”

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

275.          Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords.  Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords, appointed to inquire into the present state of the islands of New Zealand, and the expediency of regulating the settlement of British subjects therein.  London, 1838.  Reprinted in Irish University Press series of British Parliamentary papers.  Colonies: New Zealand.  Shannon, Irish University Press, 1968.

Volume 1, p. 20:  Minutes of evidence by Dr John Watkins that “I have not known any Case of Sodomy discovered in New Zealand;  in Australia that is deemed to be prevalent”.

            Australia;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori

 

276.          Mann, William.  Six years’ residence in the Australian provinces, ending in 1839; ... with an account of New Zealand.  London, Smith, Elder, 1839, p. 348-351.

A defence of William Yate “against the aspersions so unjustly cast upon him”.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

277.          Yate, William.  A letter to the Committee of the Church Missionary Society. To which is added a statement.  Poole, Printed for the author by John Sydenham, 1843.  50 p.

Yate’s defence against the charges which led to his dismissal from the Church Missionary Society in 1837.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

278.          Interim report (no. I) of the Chinese Immigration Committee.  In Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives H.5, 1871, p. 22-23.

A report from T. K. Weldon, Commissioner of Police for the Province of Otago, that the Chinese population of Otago are “generally detested, which I think, to a certain extent, arises from a belief that not alone are they an inferior race, but that they are subject to loathsome diseases, and commit among themselves abominable crimes”; and from Police Sergeant F. T. H. Bullen, of Oamaru, that “the crime of sodomy is said to be of frequent occurrence among the Chinese, but Sergeant Bullen has had no reason to think that such is the case”.

            Chinese;  Colonial New Zealand;  Immigrants;  Otago Region

 

279.          Marsden, Samuel.  The letters and journals of Samuel Marsden, 1765-1838.  Edited by John Rawson Elder.  Dunedin, Coulls Somerville Wilkie and A. H. Reed for the Otago University Council, 1932.  580 p.

References to “the awful fall of Mr. Yate”, p. 531-537.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

280.          Ramsden, Eric.  The downfall of the Rev. William Yate.  In his Marsden and the missions: prelude to Waitangi.  Dunedin, Reed, 1936, p. 20-44.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

281.          Sargeson, Frank.  An imaginary conversation: William Yate to Samuel Butler.  Landfall v. 20 no. 4, December 1966, p. 349-357.

Touches on their sexual orientation.

Butler, Samuel;  Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

282.          Binney, Judith.  Introduction.  In Yate, William.  An account of New Zealand and of the Church Missionary Society’s mission to the Northern Island.  Wellington, Reed, 1970, p. v-xxi.

Includes brief discussion (p. xvi-xx) of Yate’s dismissal from the Church Missionary Society in 1837 for homosexual conduct.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

283.          Sargeson, Frank.  [Review of Yate, William.  An account of New Zealand and the Church Missionary Society’s mission in the Northern Island.  Introduction by Judith Binney.  Wellington, Reed, 1970].  Landfall v. 25 no. 3, September 1971, p. 299-304.

Includes discussion of Yate’s homosexuality.  Reply by Judith Binney, Landfall v. 25 no. 4, December 1971, p. 473-474.  Reply by M. G. Hitchings concerning missing documents relating to the charges against Yate, Landfall v. 26 no. 1, March 1972, p. 98-99.  Further comment by Kendrick Smithyman in his review, Journal of the Polynesian Society v. 82 no. 4, December 1973, p. 434-438.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

284.          Brassington, Alan Claudius.  The predestined choice: Samuel Butler in Canterbury.  Christchurch, Pegasus Press, 1972.  32 p.

Includes discussion of Samuel Butler’s homosexuality.

Review:  Holcroft, M. H.  Butler in Canterbury.  New Zealand Listener v. 72 no. 1735, 12 February 1973, p. 43.

                        Butler, Samuel;  Canterbury Region;  Colonial New Zealand

 

285.          Wannan, Bill.  The awful fate of the Reverend Mr. Yate.  In his Early colonial scandals: the turbulent times of Samuel Marsden.  Melbourne, Lansdowne Press, 1972, p. 163-169.

First published under the title Very strange tales: the turbulent times of Samuel Marsden.  Melbourne, Lansdowne Press, 1962.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

286.          Buckingham, P. D.  The report of the Chinese Immigration Committee, 1871: with respect to some aspects of public opinion in Otago Province.  Postgraduate Diploma in Arts dissertation, University of Otago, 1974.  61 p.

Includes discussion of “the crime of sodomy” among the Chinese.

            Chinese;  Colonial New Zealand;  Immigrants;  Otago Region

 

287.          Binney, Judith.  Whatever happened to poor Mr Yate? An exercise in voyeurism.  New Zealand Journal of History v. 9 no. 2, October 1975, p. 111-125.

Examines the background to the charges against the missionary William Yate, who was dismissed from the Church Missionary Society in 1837 for homosexual misconduct.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

288.          Morton, Henry Albert.  The whale’s wake.  Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 1982.  396 p.

Brief reference to homosexuality among Maori, missionaries and whalers in early New Zealand, p. 214.

            Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Whalers

 

289.          Eldred-Grigg, Stevan.  Pleasures of the flesh: sex and drugs in colonial New Zealand, 1840-1915.  Wellington, Reed, 1984.  303 p.

Homosexuality and other “unnatural vices”:  p. 47-51, 168-172.

            Colonial New Zealand

 

290.          Binney, Judith.  Yate, William, 1802-1887: missionary, writer.  In Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Vol. 1, 1769-1869.  Wellington, Allen & Unwin and Dept of Internal Affairs, 1990, p. 611-612.  http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1y1/1.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

291.          Robinson, Roger.  Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902: explorer, pastoralist, writer, artist, musician.  In Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Vol. 1, 1769-1869.  Wellington, Allen & Unwin and Dept of Internal Affairs, 1990, p. 62-63.

http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1b55/1.

                  Butler, Samuel;  Colonial New Zealand

 

292.          Davidson, Allan K.  Selwyn’s legacy: the College of St John the Evangelist, Te Waimate and Auckland, 1843-1992: a history.  Auckland, College of St John the Evangelist, 1993, p. 78-79.

Brief mention of homosexuality at the College, which resulted in its closure in 1853.

Anglican Church;  College of St John the Evangelist, Auckland;  Colonial New Zealand;  Saint John’s College, Auckland;  Ward, Seth Frank

 

293.          Ballantyne, Tony.  William Yate: mythmaking and transgression in New Zealand.  Thamyris: Mythmaking from Past to Present v. 2 no. 1, 1995, p. 115-133.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

294.          Wallace, Lee.  Sexual difference and the expulsion of William Yate.  In her Sexual encounters: Pacific texts, modern sexualities.  Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press, 2003, p. 87-108.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

295.          Parkinson, Phil.  A most depraved young man”: Henry Miles Pilley, the New Zealand missionary.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds.)  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005, p. 19-23.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Pilley, Henry Miles

 

296.          Erai, Michelle.  A queer caste: mixing race and sexuality in colonial New Zealand.  In Driskill, Qwo-Li (ed.).  Queer indigenous studies: critical interventions in theory, politics, and literature.  Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 2011, section 1.

Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Sexual Practices

 

297.          Wallace, Lee.  Outside history: same-sex sexuality and the colonial archive.  In Jobs, Sebastian;  Mackenthun, Gesa (eds).  Embodiments of cultural encounters.  Munster, New York, Waxmann, 2011, p. 61-74.

On William Yate.

Church Missionary Society;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries;  Yate, William

 

298.          Wells, Peter.  The hungry heart: journeys with William Colenso.  Auckland, Vintage, 2011.  467 p.

Considers evidence as to whether Colenso had sexual relations with Maori men (p. 261-275).

Reviews:  Edmond, Martin.  What we call the past.  New Zealand Books v. 22 no.1, Autumn 2012, p. 15-16;  Little, Paul.  North and South no. 311, February 2012, p. 95;  McLean, Gavin.  A multi-hatted poltergeist.  New Zealand Listener v. 232 no. 3740, 14 January 2012, p. 40-41;  Sharp, Iain.  Metro no. 360, January/February 2012, p. 110.

            Colenso, William;  Colonial New Zealand;  Maori;  Missionaries

 

 


 

6.   MAORI, TAKATAPUHI

 

See also Pre-Colonial Maori

 

 

299.          Karsch-Haack, Ferdinand.  Das gleichgeschlechtliche Leben der Naturvolker.  Munich, Ernst Reinhardt, 1911.  668 p.

“Die Maori”, p. 246-248.

            Maori

 

300.          Gluckman, Laurie Kalman.  Lesbianism in the Maori: a series of three interconnected clinical studies.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry v. 1 no. 2, June 1967, p. 98-103.

The studies cover a Maori woman frigid except with European women;  the evolution of lesbianism in environments impossible in earlier Maori society;  and the differing incidence of lesbianism in European and Maori prostitutes.

Lesbianism;  Maori;  Prostitutes;  Sex Workers

 

301.          Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia.  Maori and feminist: my view.  In her Mana wahine Maori: selected writings on Maori women’s art, culture and politics.  Auckland, New Women’s Press, 1991, p. 17-21.

Essay first published in Rowland, Robyn (ed.).  Women who do and women who don’t join the women’s movement.  London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984, p. 116-121.

Feminism;  Maori;  Women’s Movement

 

302.          Aspin, Clive.  Gay community development in New Zealand in the 1970s and implications for the health of gay Maori men in the 1990s.  Social Policy Journal of New Zealand / Te Puna Whakaaro no. 7, December 1996, p. 42-51.

A review of some historical accounts of Maori sexuality, with particular reference to transsexuality;  and comment on the prejudice to which gay Maori men have been exposed, the detrimental effects of this prejudice on the overall health of gay Maori, and Maori initiatives in response to AIDS.

AIDS;  Health;  Maori;  Prejudice;  Societal Attitudes;  Transsexuals

 

303.          Aspin, Clive.  Finding a place in the world.  In Ihimaera, Witi (ed.).  Growing up Maori.  Auckland, Tandem Press, 1998, p. 231-235.

The author’s childhood experiences.

Aspin, Clive;  Childhood;  Maori

 

304.          Blank, Anton.  Post-modern Maori.  In Ihimaera, Witi (ed.).  Growing up Maori.  Auckland, Tandem Press, 1998, p. 220-225.

The author’s childhood experiences.

Blank, Anton;  Childhood;  Maori

 

305.          Mika.  Bunga in a basket.  In Ihimaera, Witi (ed.).  Growing up Maori.  Auckland, Tandem Press, 1998, p. 268-269.

The author’s childhood experiences.

Childhood;  Maori;  Mika

 

306.          Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia.  He whare tangata: he whare kura? What’s happening to our Maori girls?  In Ihimaera, Witi (ed.).  Growing up Maori.  Auckland, Tandem Press, 1998, p. 72-80.

The author’s childhood experiences.

Childhood;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia

 

307.          Te hunga takatapui, 1998.  Wellington, Dept of Maori Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, 1998.  216 p.

A collection of articles for course MAOR 314.

History;  Maori;  Sexual Practices

 

308.          Kerekere, Elizabeth.  Honoa Te Pito Ora ki Te Pito Mate: Takatapui Past and Present.  Te Kahui Kura Maori v. 0 no. 2, 1999?  http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Bid00_2Kahu-t1-g1-t4.html.

Maori 

 

309.          Aspin, Clive Stanley.  Trans-Tasman migration and Maori in the time of AIDS.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Otago, 2000.  278 p.

Based on a study of two groups of Maori gay men and transsexuals, one living in Sydney, the other returned to live in New Zealand after at least a year in Sydney.

AIDS;  Australia;  Maori;  Migration;  Sydney;  Transsexuals

 

310.          Appleby, George Alan.  Interviewing working-class gay men over the Internet.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services v. 12 no. 3-4, 2001, p. 133-151.

The interviewees included two Maori.

Ethnography;  Internet;  Interviewing;  Maori

 

311.          Maori trans-Tasman migration and AIDS.  Tu Mai: Offering an Indigenous New Zealand Perspective no. 26, September 2001, p. 8, 10.

Interview with Clive Aspin regarding the findings of his thesis Trans-Tasman migration and Maori in the time of AIDS.

AIDS;  Aspin, Clive;  Maori;  Migration;  Transsexuals

 

312.          Aspin, Clive.  I don’t have to go to a finishing school to learn how to be gay: Maori gay men’s understandings of cultural and sexual identity.  In Worth, Heather;  Paris, Anna;  Allen, Louisa (eds).  The life of Brian: masculinities, sexualities and health in New Zealand.  Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 2002, p. 91-104.

Identity;  Maori;  Sexual Orientation

 

313.          Education needed in the area of sexual health for Maori males.  Tu Mai: Offering an Indigenous New Zealand Perspective no. 37, September 2002, p. 28-29.

Refers to the Maori support programme Kaitiaki o te Tinana, and touches on the isolation of being Maori and gay.

Education;  Health;  Kaitiaki o te Tinana;  Maori

 

314.          Murray, David A. B.  Who is takatapui? Maori language, sexuality and identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand.  Anthropologica v. 45 no. 2, 2003, p. 233-244.

Identity;  Language;  Maori;  Sexual Orientation;  Speech

 

315.          Erai, Michelle.  Exile, Maori and lesbian.  In Alice, Lynne;  Star, Lynne (eds).  Queer in Aotearoa New Zealand.  Palmerston North, Dunmore Press, 2004, p. 35-46.

Lesbians;  Maori

 

316.          Murray, David A. B.  Takatapui, gay, or just ho-mo-sexual, darling? Maori language, sexual technology, and identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand.  In Leap, William L.;  Boellstorff, Tom (eds).  Speaking in queer tongues: globalization and gay language.  Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 2004, p. 163-180.

Globalisation;  Identity;  Language;  Maori;  Sexual Orientation;  Speech

 

317.          Saxton, Peter;  Dickson, Nigel P.;  Hughes, Anthony;  Herewini, T.   2002: findings on Maori respondents in the Gay Auckland Periodic Sex Survey.  Auckland, New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2004.  36 p.

Auckland;  Gay Auckland Periodic Sex Survey;  Gay Scene;  Maori;  Sexual Practices;  Surveys

 

318.          Te Ua, Henare.  Reflections on being gay and Maori.  In Laurie, Alison J.;  Evans, Linda (eds).  Outlines: lesbian and gay histories of Aotearoa.  Wellington, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005, p. 1-5.

Maori;  Te Ua, Henare

 

319.          Aspin, Clive;  Hutchings, Jessica.  Maori sexuality.  In Mulholland, Malcolm (ed.).  State of the Maori nation: twenty-first century issues in Aotearoa.  Auckland, Reed, 2006, p. 227-235.

Maori

 

320.          Faith, Deb;  Hauiti, Claudette;  Anaru, Jude;  Te Wake, Ramon;  Mete, Taane;  Simon, Tania.  To the core: the making of Ramon Te Wake.  Auckland, Front of the Box, 2006.  Videodisc.  26 minutes.

Documentary exploring the life of Ramon Te Wake, singer, songwriter, television presenter and director.

            Maori;  Producers;  Singers;  Songwriters;  Te Wake, Ramon;  Transsexuals

 

321.          Simon, Tania;  Te Wake, Ramon;  Mete, Taane.  Takatapui: a Front of the Box production for Maori Television.  Auckland, Front of the Box, 2006.  Videodisc.  25 minutes.

A documentary exploring the idea of identity among gays and lesbians from France, Samoa and the United States to find out how life in Aotearoa compares with theirs.

France;  Identity;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  United States of America

 

322.          Henrickson, Mark.  Ko wai ratou? managing multiple identities in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealand Maori.  New Zealand Sociology v. 21 no. 2, 2006, p. 247-269.

Bisexuals;  Identity;  Lavender Islands (Survey);  Lesbians;  Maori;  Sex Role;  Surveys

 

323.          Hill, Mei.  Takatapui hui a motu: Hongoeka Marae, Plimmerton, Wellington, November 3-5, 2006.  Wellington? Mihiwira Publications, 2007.  Videodisc.

Maori;  Takatapui Hui a Motu 2006

 

324.          Hutchings, Jessica;  Aspin, Clive (eds).  Sexuality and the stories of indigenous people.  Wellington, Huia Publishers, 2007.  201 p.

First person accounts of takatapui men and women which include poetry, prose and personal narratives.

1. Mana takatapui, by Rangitunoa Black.  2. Roi o Te Ata; Hinemoana; Kokotea; Takatapui: where worlds collide, by Elizabeth Kerekere.  3. Takatapui: an identity of choice or a gift from my tupuna? by Louisa Wall.  4. Pound me; Negotiating; Foreigner; Eroticising equality, coming to power, by Marewa Glover.  5. Of two spirits, by Georgina Beyer.  6. Whakawahine: a given or a becoming? by Tess Lomax.  7. People I’ve met, by Carmen.  8. Voices from the dark, by Aaron Signal.  9. Name-calling, by Anton Blank.  10. I’m takatapui! I’m takatapui tane! by Paul Reynolds.  11. Representation of takatapui: then and now, by Paul Diamond .  12. Locating the lisp gene, by Carl Mika.  13. Why do Maori come out of closets? by Te Taite Cooper.  14. Takatapui and HIV: a personal journal, by Geoff Rua’ine.  15. Takatapui: confronting demonisation.  16. He poriro: born out of wedlock? by Te Herekiekie Herewini.  17. Hauora, Maori women and HIV/AIDS: mana wahine me te mate araikore, by Jessica Hutchings.

Review:  Tremaine, Marianne G.  Kotuitui v. 3 no. 1, May 2008, p. 81-83.

AIDS;  Coming Out;  HIV;  Identity;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Sexual Orientation

 

325.          Glover, Marewa P.;  McKree, Alvie;  Dyall, Lorna.  Assisted human reproduction: issues for takatapui (New Zealand indigenous non-heterosexuals).  Journal of GLBT Family Studies v. 5 no. 4, October-December 2009, p. 295-311.

Human Reproductive Technologies;  Lesbians;  Maori

 

326.          Hauiti, Claudette.  Wero.  Auckland, Front of the Box, 2010.  Videodisc.  27 minutes.

Profiles the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities of Aotearoa.

            Bisexuals;  Lesbians;  Maori;  Transsexuals

 

327.          Aspin, Clive.  Exploring Takatapui identity within the Maori community: implications for health and well-being.  In Driskill, Qwo-Li (ed.).  Queer indigenous studies: critical interventions in theory, politics, and literature.  Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 2011, section 2.

Health;  Identity;  Maori

 

328.          Aspin, Clive.  Hokakatanga – Maori sexualities.  In Te Ara: the encyclopedia of New Zealand.  2011.  http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/hokakatanga-maori-sexualities/.

Maori

 

329.          Kerekere, Elizabeth.  Health for takatapui.  Kia Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand v. 17 no. 8, September 2011, p. 16.

Health;  Lesbians;  Maori

 

 


 

7.   PACIFIC ISLANDERS, FA’AFAFINE

 

 

330.          Alston, Sharon;  Wishart, Kitty.  Talking to Polynesian women.  Broadsheet no. 12, August 1973, p. 7-12;  no. 13, September 1973, p. 7-12.

Discusses attitudes to a number of issues, including homosexuality.

Lesbians;  Pacific Islanders

 

331.          Crockett, Mary.  Men who would be women.  New Zealand Listener v. 150 no. 2888, 26 August 1995, p. 29.

Discusses the television documentary Fa’afafine: Queens of Samoa.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Fa’afafine: Queens of Samoa (Television Programme);  Identity;  Media;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Television Programmes;  Transvestites

 

332.          Van Wetering, Victor.  Double take.  Metro no. 188, February 1997, p. 118-119.

A brief account of the different ways in which fa’afafine are accepted in Samoa and New Zealand.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Transvestites

 

333.          Wallace, Lee.  Fa’afafine: Queens of Samoa and the elision of homosexuality.  GLQ: a Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies v. 5 no. 1, 1999, p. 25-39.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Fa’afafine: Queens of Samoa (Television Programme);  Identity;  Media;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Television Programmes;  Transvestites

 

334.          Alexeyeff, Kalissa.  Dragging drag: the performance of gender and sexuality in the Cook Islands.  Australian Journal of Anthropology v. 11 no. 3, December 2000, p. 297-307.

Cook Islands;  Cross-Dressing;  Drag;  Pacific Islanders

 

335.          Elleray, Michelle Dawne.  Unsettled subject: the South Pacific and the settler.  Ph.D. thesis, Cornell University, 2001.  264 p.

Includes references to homosexuality in the South Pacific.

            Pacific Islanders

 

336.          Schmidt, Johanna Mary.  Migrant bodies: the embodiment of identity amongst Samoan fa’afafine in New Zealand.  New Zealand Sociology v. 17 no. 2, 2002, p. 179-197.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Identity;  Immigrants;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Transvestites

 

337.          Schmidt, Johanna Mary.  Paradise lost? social change and fa’afafine in Samoa.  Current Sociology v. 51 no. 3/4, May-July 2003, p. 417-432.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Social Change;  Transvestites

 

338.          Schmidt, Johanna Mary.  Migrating genders: westernisation, migration, and Samoan fa’afafine.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Auckland, 2005.  265 p.

Includes fa’afafine who have migrated to New Zealand.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Immigrants;  Migration;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Transvestites

 

339.          Culbertson, Philip;  Maliko, Tavita.  “A g-string is not Samoan”: exploring a trans-gressive, third-gender Pasifika theology.  In Althaus-Reid, Marcella (ed.).  Homosexualities.  London, SCM Press, 2008.

An exploration of new metaphors for speaking about God, based on the Samoan third-gender called fa’afafine.

            Fa’afafine;  God;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Theology;  Transvestites

 

340.          Worth, Heather.  Bad-assed honeys with a difference: South Auckland Fa’afafine talk about identity.  In Martin, Fran (ed.).  AsiaPacifiQueer: rethinking genders and sexualities.  Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Press, 2008, p. 149-162.

Auckland;  Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Identity;  Pacific Islanders;  Transvestites

 

341.          Culbertson, Philip.  Bobbittizing God: on the importance of the divine genitals remaining unmanageable.  Bible and Critical Theory v. 5 no. 1, February 2009, p. 5.

Musings on the gender of God, in light of the experiences of an Auckland drag queen and Samoan fa’afafine.

Auckland;  Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  God;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Transvestites

 

342.          Schmidt, Johanna.  Migrating genders: westernisation, migration, and Samoan fa’afafine.  Farnham, Surrey, Ashgate, 2010.  225 p.  (Anthropology and cultural history in Asia and the Indo-Pacific).

Includes fa’afafine who have migrated to New Zealand.

Review:   Herda, Phyllis.  New Zealand Sociology v. 26 no. 2, 2011, p. 137-138.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Immigrants;  Migration;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Transvestites

 

343.          Gender case studies from around the world.  Global Issues no. 34, February 2010, p. 4-5.

Includes discussion of Samoan fa’afafine.

Drag Queens;  Fa’afafine;  Pacific Islanders;  Samoans;  Transvestites

 

344.          Pacific voices.  A. Dragon Productions, 2011.  Videorecording.  24 minutes.

Young fa’afafine and homosexual Pacific Islanders talk about discrimination and bullying they experienced growing up.  Also covers HIV and the  importance of safe sex practices.

AIDS Prevention;  Bullying;  Discrimination;  Fa’afafine;  Harassment;  HIV;  Homophobia;  Pacific Islanders;  Safe Sex;  Samoans;  Young People

 

 


 

8.   BISEXUALS, BISEXUALITY

 

 

345.          Sabbage, Lisa.  The word is out: bisexuality.  Broadsheet no. 170, July/August 1989, p. 16-18.

The involvement of bisexual women in lesbian organisations.

            Bisexuals;  Lesbians

 

346.          Bear, Clare.  Loving women and men: bisexual lives.  Broadsheet no. 182, October 1990, p. 25-28.

Interviews with two bisexual women.

            Bisexuals;  Lesbians

 

347.          Chetwynd, Jane.  Bisexuality in New Zealand.  In Tielman, Rob;  Carballo, Manuel;  Hendriks, Aart (eds).  Bisexuality and HIV/AIDS: a global perspective.  New York, Prometheus Books, 1991.  253 p.  (New concepts in human sexuality series)

AIDS;  Bisexuality;  HIV

 

348.          Came, Heather.  Towards a free and loose bisexual future.  Race, Gender, Class v. 11/12, 1991, p. 70-73.

The personal experiences of a bisexual woman in New Zealand.

            Bisexuals;  Feminists;  Lesbians

 

349.          Vine, Gillian.  I am proud and happy.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 9 December 1991, p. 18-19.

The effects on the author’s marriage of her husband’s declaration of his bisexuality.

            Bisexuals;  Marriage

 

350.          Came, Heather Anne.  Aspects of bisexual politics.  M.A. thesis, University of Canterbury, 1992.  133 p.

Bisexuals;  Sexual Politics

 

351.          Roen, Katrina.  Constructing bisexual identities: a study of women who identify as bisexual.  M.Soc.Sc. thesis, University of Waikato, 1994.  113 p.

Bisexuals;  Lesbians

 

352.          Came, Heather.  Biphobia: a feminist challenge.  Broadsheet no. 202, Winter 1994, p. 16-17.

Biphobia;  Bisexuals;  Feminists;  Lesbians

 

353.          Wilton, Caren.  Double lives.  More no. 143, May 1995, p. 80-81.

Three bisexual women talk about their lives and their sexuality.

            Bisexuals;  Lesbians

 

354.          Welch, Denis.  Margaret Mead mysteries.  New Zealand Listener v. 153 no. 2924, 11 May 1996, p. 28.

Anthropologists;  Benedict, Ruth;  Bisexuals;  Mead, Margaret

 

355.          Banner, Lois W.  Intertwined lives: Margaret Mead, Ruth Benedict and their circle.  New York, Knopf, 2003.  540 p.

Anthropologists;  Benedict, Ruth;  Bisexuals;  Mead, Margaret

 

356.          Worth, Heather.  The myth of the bisexual infector?  HIV risk and men who have sex with men and women.  Journal of Bisexuality v. 3 no. 2, 2003, p. 69-88.

Includes New Zealand.

            Bisexuals;  HIV;  Sexual Practices

 

357.          Mullins, Francis.  Anna Paquin: bisexual bride.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 19 April 2010, p. 14-15.

Bisexuals;  Paquin, Anna

 

358.          McAllum, Mary-Anne.  “Bisexuality? there’s no such thing!”: young bisexual women’s experiences of heteronormativity in New Zealand secondary schools.  In Stephenson, Maxine;  Duhn, Iris;  Carpenter, Vicki (eds).  Changing worlds: critical voices and new knowledge in education.  Auckland, Pearson New Zealand, 2012, p. 113-125.

Bisexuals;  Education;  Heteronormativity;  Schools;  Students;  Young People

 

 


 

9.   TRANSSEXUALS, TRANSSEXUALISM

 

Only some transsexuals identify as being homosexual.

 

 

359.          Taylor, A. J. W. (ed.).  Medical, legal and social implications of transsexualism and sex reassignment: proceedings of a seminar.  Wellington, Dept of University Extension, Victoria University of Wellington, 1971.  36 p.  (University Extension publication, no. 6).

Sex Change;  Transsexualism

 

360.          Gluckman, Laurie Kalman.  Medical, legal and social implications of transsexualism and sex reassignment.  New Zealand Social Worker v. 8 no. 2, May 1972, p. 45-49.

Sex Change;  Transsexualism

 

361.          Taylor, A. J. W.  Gender identity, transvestism and trans-sexualism.  Forum: International Journal of Human Relations v. 2, 1974, p. 36-39.

Identity;  Transsexualism;  Transvestism

 

362.          Joyce, Peter R.;  Ding, Les.  Transsexual sisters.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry v. 19 no. 2, June 1975, p. 188-189.

The first documented case of sisters with transsexualism, in Christchurch.

            Christchurch;  Transsexualism

 

363.          Soeterik, V. F. W.  A psychological assessment of transsexuals: a paper read to New Zealand Psychological Society Conference, Massey University, August 1979.  Manawaroa, V. F. W. Soeterik, 1979.  11 p.

Psychology;  Transsexuals

 

364.          Taylor, A. J. W.  TransTasman transsexualism.  New Zealand Psychologist v. 11 no. 2, November 1982, p. 45-51.

Transsexualism

 

365.          MacFarlane, D. F.  Transsexual prostitution in New Zealand: predominance of persons of Maori extraction.  Archives of Sexual Behavior v. 13 no. 4, August 1984, p. 301-309.

Includes discussion of the role of early homosexual experience among the subjects studied.

            Maori;  Prostitutes;  Sex Workers;  Transsexuals

 

366.          Reid, Campbell.  Carmen: older, wiser and home.  Wellington Cosmo December 1984, p. 20-23, 25.

Profile of Carmen Rupe.

Drag Queens;  Rupe, Carmen;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites

 

367.          Kan, Raybon.  Sugar and spice and everything nice: integrating the transsexual into society.  LL.B. (Hons.) Legal Writing requirement, Victoria University of Wellington, 1987.  24 p.

Transsexuals

 

368.          Shaw, Peter.  Metrolively arts: female parts.  Auckland Metro v. 7 no. 72, June 1987, p. 200-201.

Features transsexual actor Georgina Beyer and her role in Peter Wells’ film Jewel’s Darl.

            Beyer, Georgina;  Films;  Transsexuals;  Wells, Peter. Jewel’s Darl

 

369.          Paterson, Kim.  Georgina Beyer: longing to be an “ordinary” woman.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 27 July 1987, p. 12-13.

Interview with transsexual Georgina Beyer, outlining her background and the difficulties she encounters in everyday life.

            Beyer, Georgina;  Transsexuals

 

370.          Rupe, Carmen.  Carmen: my life, as told to Paul Martin.  Auckland, Benton Ross, 1988.  224 p.

On cover :  Having a ball: my life from schoolboy to successful businesswoman.  Reviews:  Danby, Stephen.  New Zealand Listener v. 122 no. 2539, 29 October 1988, p. 56;  King, Michael.  Metro v. 9 no. 91, January 1989, p. 154-156.

Drag Queens;  Rupe, Carmen;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites

 

371.          McLernon, Rosemary.  Carmen on strong.  More April 1988, p. 28-37.

Interview with Carmen Rupe.

Drag Queens;  Rupe, Carmen;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites

 

372.          Hodgkinson, Liz.  The transsexual dilemma: can nature’s cruel trick be corrected?  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 4 July 1988, p. 44-46.

Transsexuals

 

373.          Vincent, Rosemary.  The transsexual dilemma: Leone was trapped in the wrong body.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 4 July 1988, p. 42-43.

Leone Neil, who changed her sex and worked to help transpeople.

            Neil, Leone Jeanne;  Sex Change;  Transsexuals

 

374.          Bickerstaff, Tim.  Carmen tells all to Tim: whacky twist to a new drug bust.  Te Iwi o Aotearoa no. 14, October 1988, p. 16.

Interview with Carmen Rupe.

            Drag Queens;  Rupe, Carmen;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites;  Wellington

 

375.          Goodwin, Sandra.  Married to Michael – and Andrea.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 17 October 1988, p. 20-22.

Describes the marriage of Colleen and Michael (Andrea) Brosnan before and after Michael had a sex change.

Brosnan, Colleen;  Brosnan, Michael (Andrea);  Marriage;  Sex Change;  Transsexuals

 

376.          Baynes, Sylvia.  Dialogue with Leone.  Broadsheet no. 176, March 1990, p. 16-19.

Interview with Leone Neil, transsexual and founding trustee of the Minorities Trust.

            Neil, Leone Jeanne;  Transsexuals

 

377.          Baynes, Sylvia;  Neil, Leonie Jeanne.  Breeching the barriers: a cross-gender study.  Wellington, Minorities Trust for Transcare New Zealand and the Australasian Transgender Archive, 1991.  1 v. (various pagings).  (Minorities Trust research paper, no. 19).

“A study of traditional ethnic customs and beliefs towards the tradition of the cross-gender lifestyles”.

            Pacific Islanders;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites

 

378.          Neil, Leone Jeanne.  Challenging the myth of gender: trans-sex or cross-gender: a study from four differing perspectives on gender issues.  Wellington, Minorities Trust for Transcare New Zealand and the Australasian Transgender Archive, 1991.  34 p.  (Minorities Trust research paper, no. 22).

Transsexuals;  Transvestites

 

379.          Neil, Leone Jeanne.  Sexual orientation and related discrimination research in New Zealand for the Human Rights Commission enquiry: discrimination and persecution of transpeople in New Zealand.  Wellington, Minorities Trust for Transcare New Zealand and the Australasian Transgender Archive, 1991.  170 p.  (Minorities Trust research paper, no. 9).

Variant title:  Discrimination and persecution of transpeople in New Zealand.

            Discrimination;  Sexual Orientation;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites

 

380.          Tuckwell, Joanna Leigh.  Whose business is gender anyway?  LL.B. (Hons.) Legal Writing requirement, Victoria University of Wellington, 1991.  45 p.

Law;  Transsexuals

 

381.          Tapp, P. F.  Family law.  New Zealand Recent Law Review v. 2, 1991, p. 139-148.

Includes discussion on legal issues raised by transsexualism.

Law;  Transsexualism

 

382.          Nimmo, Karen.  Hard times on easy street.  More no. 94, April 1991, p. 58-60.

An investigation of the lifestyle of the transsexuals, transvestites and drag queens in Vivian Street, Wellington.

            Drag Queens;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites;  Wellington;  Witoko, Chris

 

383.          Baynes, Sylvia.  Trans-sex or cross-gender? a critique of Janice Raymond’s The Transsexual Empire.  Women’s Studies Journal v. 7 no. 2, November 1991, p. 53-65.

Transsexualism

 

384.          McChesney, Megan.  Beverley’s son became her daughter.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 19 November 1991, p. 16-17.

Interview with Beverly Holland, mother of transsexual Adrienne Clarke.

            Clarke, Adrienne (Alan);  Holland, Beverly;  Sex Change;  Sons;  Transsexuals

 

385.          Holland, Beverly.  She is my son: the Adrienne Clarke story.  Auckland, Aphrodite Press, 1992.  99 p.

Clarke, Adrienne (Alan);  Sex Change;  Sons;  Transsexuals

 

386.          Minorities Trust.  The Minorities Trust and Transcare New Zealand New Year Honours Awards 1992.  Wellington, Minorities Trust, 1992.  30 p.  (Minorities Trust research report, no. 24).

Awards;  Transsexuals

 

387.          Neil, Leone Jeanne.  Information pack for the public education and health professional and transsexuals: everything you always wanted to know about transsexualism but were afraid to ask!  Wellington, Minorities Trust for Transcare New Zealand and the Australasian Transgender Archive, 1992.  3 v. (375 p.).  (Minorities Trust research paper, no. 23).

Transsexuals

 

388.          Comer, Peter.  Wedding bells for sex swap Adrienne.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 21 September 1992, p. 26-27, 29.

Interview with a mother about her son’s new life as a woman.

            Clarke, Adrienne (Alan);  Holland, Beverly;  Sex Change;  Sons;  Transsexuals

 

389.          McChesney, Megan.  Watch out for Georgina!  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 28 September 1992, p. 103.

Interview with transsexual Georgina Beyer.

            Beyer, Georgina;  Transsexuals

 

390.          Townsend, Sue.  Transsexualism: a current view.  GP Weekly 21 October 1992, p. 21-22.

Transsexualism

 

391.          Littlejohn, Louise.  An holistic approach to speech-language modification for male-to-female transsexuals.  New Zealand Speech-Language Therapists’ Journal no. 48, 1993, p. 38-43.

Language;  Speech;  Therapy;  Transsexuals

 

392.          Fleming, Donna.  “There’s something different about me”.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 19 April 1993, p. 30-32.

Profile of a 32 year old transsexual man who has lived as a woman since he was 19.

            Reeder, Marie (Mervyn);  Transsexuals

 

393.          Comer, Peter.  I want to love a good woman.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 14 June 1993, p. 40-41.

Interview with Kimiora Aloma Metcalf, a transsexual who became a woman to seek a lesbian partner.

Couples;  Family Relationships;  Lesbians;  Metcalf, Kimiora Aloma;  Transsexuals

 

394.          Oakley, Ross.  Ross-Rosalyn.  More no. 122, August 1993, p. 68-71.

Describes Oakley’s life living as a women for two years.

            Oakley, Ross (Rosalyn);  Transsexuals

 

395.          Neville, Pam.  I can’t live a lie.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 11 October 1993, p. 38-39.

Profile of transsexual local authority councillor Georgina Beyer.

            Beyer, Georgina;  Transsexuals

 

396.          Devor, Holly.  Sexual orientation identities, attractions, and practices of female-to-male transsexuals.  Journal of Sex Research v. 30 no. 4, November 1993, p. 303-315.

Includes one New Zealand transsexual.

Identity;  Sexual Orientation;  Sexual Practices;  Transsexuals

 

397.          Warren, Jane.  A “man” at last.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 6 December 1993, p. 55-56.

Interview with a man who was born female.

            Transsexuals

 

398.          Cowley, Brian.  Born again – and in love.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 28 March 1994, p. 34-35.

Profile of two transsexuals living as a couple.

            Couples;  Darryl, Anne;  Metcalf, Kimiora Aloma;  Transsexuals

 

399.          Alexander, Jane.  Sex prisoners.  More no. 132, June 1994, p. 60-63.

Discusses the difficulties of being born a mixture of male and female, or intersexual.

            Transsexualism

 

400.          Reeder, Marie.  (S)he-man.  More no. 136, October 1994, p. 58-59.

Describes the author’s life after a sex-change operation.

            Reeder, Marie (Mervyn);  Sex Change;  Transsexuals

 

401.          Lay, Megan Amanda.  Adam or Eve: implications of sex-reassignment surgery.  LL.B. (Hons.) research paper, Victoria University of Wellington, 1995.  51 p.

Law;  Sex Change;  Transsexuals

 

402.          Upfront.  New Zealand Listener v. 147 no. 2856, 14 January 1995, p. 8.

Draws attention to the increasing number of transsexual and transvestite roles played in films.

            Films;  Transsexuals;  Transvestites

 

403.          Caldwell, John.  The High Court declaration on transsexual marriages.  Butterworths Family Law Journal v. 1 no. 9, April 1995, p. 204-208.

Courts;  Law;  Marriage;  Transsexuals

 

404.          Webb, Dick.  The sex of parties to a marriage.  Butterworths Family Law Journal v. 1 no. 9, April 1995, p. 199-202.

Considers court decisions on transsexual marriage.

            Courts;  Law;  Marriage;  Transsexuals

 

405.          Roskilly, Bronwen Avis.  How transsexuals cope with discrimination: a grounded theory.  M.A. thesis, Massey University, 1996.  143 p.

Discrimination;  Transsexuals

 

406.          Moriarty, H.  Sexual health services for the transsexual male to female community in Wellington.  Venereology v. 9 no. 4, October-December 1996, p. 218-220.

Health Care;  Health Services;  Transsexuals;  Wellington

 

407.          Kennedy, Shelley.  Mandy’s story.  Christchurch, Sociology Dept, University of Canterbury, 1997.  28 p.  (Research essay, Life History Project, SOCIO 340).

The story of Mandy’s life as a male-to-female transsexual lesbian.

Lesbians;  Mandy;  Transsexuals

 

408.          Lajunen, Katrina.  The importance of private appearances: classifying transsexuals for marriage purposes in New Zealand.  LL.B (Hons.) dissertation, University of Otago, 1997.  65 p.

Law;  Marriage;  Transsexuals

 

409.          Tilling, Denise Heather.  To thine own self be true.  Westport, D. H. Tilling, 1997.  231 p.

Tilling, Denise Heather;  Transsexuals

 

410.          Fleming, Donna.  Trapped in the wrong body.  New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 9 June 1997, p. 24-25.

Interview with two transsexuals.

            Quaife, Yasimi;  Transsexuals

 

411.          Swartz, Louis H.  Updated look at legal responses to transsexualism: especially three marriage cases in U. K., U. S. and New Zealand.  International Journal of Transgenderism v. 1 no. 2, October-December 1997, p. 1.

Law;  Marriage;  Transsexualism

 

412.          Germon, Jennifer E.  Degrees of freedom: inscribing gender on the intersexed body.  M.A. thesis, University of Auckland, 1998.  106 p.

Heterosexism;  Identity;  Sex Role;  Transsexualism

 

413.          Roen, Katrina.  Constructing transsexuality: discursive manoeuvres through psycho-medical, transgender, and queer texts.  Ph.D.. thesis, University of Canterbury, 1998.  333 p.

Identity;  Transsexualism

 

414.          Alston, Andrew.  Legal aspects of gender reassignment.  Journal of Law and Medicine v. 5 no. 3, February 1998, p. 279-287.

Law;  Sex Change;  Transsexuals