What does Pride mean to you?
I support my beautiful 17-year-old's decision to come out but worry about other people's reactions.
Pride means more than equal right for gay Kiwis, it means equal right for all Kiwis, Sandy Gauntlett writes.
Pride is being just another beautiful young couple in New Zealand, Samantha Botting writes.
Awkward crying, my deepest issues and insecurities, all shown live on stage.
So, the gay community can only be proud of people who look good half naked?
Being a proud, transgendered female at an all-boys Catholic school wasn't the easiest walk in the woods.
I have been bullied throughout my years in school. It was easy to just brush it off right? Wrong!
I denied who I was right up until I left high school, I really wanted to blend in, Darren Tanuie writes.
Growing up as a person who doesn't know who they really are is quite a scary thing.
To Terina Paterson, pride means standing your ground for friends and yourself, against all odds.
New Zealand often forgets that it isn't inhabited exclusively by straight, white couples.