What does Pride mean to you?

Last updated 05:00 28/03/2014
CELEBRATION: Pride comes in many different forms.

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Pride means many things to many Kiwis. Loud and proud. Quiet confidence. Campaigning for equality. Celebrating uniqueness. Supporting friends and loved ones. And much more. 

Attitudes to LGBT issues in New Zealand are constantly evolving and the passing of the marriage equality bill last year has meant couples can now express their Pride through a wedding.

We want to hear what Pride means to you, whether it's with a photo or video, story or experience.

Help share the stories of our rainbow community by clicking the green button below to contribute your views and journey. If you're on Instragam or Twitter, tag us @NZStuff or use #StuffPride. 

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