This week on The Outlook we attempt to get to the bottom of all the chaos around Auckland's Pride Parade. Will it go ahead? We talk to one of the board members.
There's an LGBTI film festival happening in Auckland at the moment. We speak to Elizabeth Ireland from Academy Cinemas about what will be hitting the screen.
Plus, as the summer of love approaches, we have tips on how to keep safe when using dating apps like Grindr and Tinder.
Steven Oates joins Dan Lake on the last episode of The Outlook for 2018.
Academy Cinemas: http://www.academycinemas.co.nz
LOL Grindr: https://www.reddit.com/r/lolgrindr/
Douchebags of Grindr: http://www.douchebagsofgrindr.com/
We're joined drag duo Kita and Anita, Steven Oates is in the guest host chair, Jason Myers from NZAF tells us an HIV-free New Zealand isn't far away, and we talk about the tiny issue of Auckland's Pride Parade.
This week we're off to Ferndale to speak to actor Chris Parker and get a preview of Shortland Street The Musical. But first we're talking gay conversion therapy and whether it should be banned in New Zealand. MP Marja Lubeck tells us how damaging the practice is, while MP David Seymour weighs in against making it illegal. Hosted by Dan Lake and Mike Puru.
Petazae Thoms tells The Outlook about his breakfast with Harry and Meghan, Tayler Morgan from Married at First Sight NZ discusses gay stereotypes and taking PReP, and Harry McNaughton is co-hosting with Dan Lake. He also has a go at being our political correspondent.