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Takatāpui : part of the whānau by Elizabeth Kerekere

By: Kerekere, Elizabeth.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Auckland, New Zealand : Tiwhanawhana Trust Mental Health Foundation, 2015Description: electronic document (40 pages); PDF file: 14.83 MB.ISBN: 978-1-877318-91-7 (online).Subject(s): LGBTIQ | BISEXUAL | GAY | HAUORA HINENGARO | INTERSEX | LESBIAN | MĀORI | TRANSGENDER | MENTAL HEALTH | RESOURCES FOR LGBTIQ COMMUNITY | RESOURCES FOR MĀORI | RESOURCES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE | SAME SEX RELATIONSHIPS | RAUEMI MO MĀORI | TAITAMARIKI | TAKATĀPUI | TANGATA IRA TĀNE | WHAKAWĀHINE | WHĀNAU | | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Takatāpui is a traditional term meaning ‘intimate companion of the same sex.’ It has been reclaimed to embrace all Māori who identify with diverse genders and sexualities such as whakawāhine, tangata ira tāne, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex and queer. All of these and more are included within Rainbow communities. Many takatāpui enjoy the love and support of their whānau (family), regardless of their gender identity or sexuality. Some whānau struggle. This can result in takatāpui being disconnected not only from their whānau, hapū and iwi but also from their Māori culture. This print and video resource was created to provide information and support for takatāpui and their whānau. (From page 2). Follow the website link for more resources and information from Tiwhanawnana Trust. Record #4916
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Takatāpui is a traditional term meaning ‘intimate companion
of the same sex.’ It has been reclaimed to embrace all Māori
who identify with diverse genders and sexualities such as
whakawāhine, tangata ira tāne, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans,
intersex and queer. All of these and more are included within
Rainbow communities.
Many takatāpui enjoy the love and support of their whānau
(family), regardless of their gender identity or sexuality.
Some whānau struggle. This can result in takatāpui being
disconnected not only from their whānau, hapū and iwi but
also from their Māori culture. This print and video resource
was created to provide information and support for takatāpui
and their whānau. (From page 2). Follow the website link for more resources and information from Tiwhanawnana Trust. Record #4916

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