Story: Hōkakatanga – Māori sexualities
Page 4 – External links and sources
More links and websites
Te Puāwai Tapu is an independent Māori health organisation specialising in sexual and reproductive health issues for Māori.
More suggestions and sources
Aspin, Clive. ‘“I didn't have to go to finishing school to learn how to be gay”: Maori gay men’s understandings of cultural and sexual identity’. In The life of Brian: masculinities, sexualities and health in New Zealand, edited by Heather Worth, Anna Paris and Louisa Allen. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 2002.
Aspin, Clive, and Jessica Hutchings. ‘Maori sexuality’. In The state of the Maori nation: twenty-first-century issues in Aotearoa, edited by Malcolm Mulholland. Auckland: Reed, 2006.
Aspin, Clive, and Jessica Hutchings. ‘Reclaiming the past to inform the future: Contemporary expressions of Maori sexuality.’ Culture, Health and Sexuality 9, no. 4 (July–August 2007): 415–427.
Hutchings, Jessica, and Clive Aspin, eds. Sexuality and the stories of indigenous people. Wellington: Huia, 2007.