Story: Lesbian lives
Page 7 – External links and sources
More links and websites
The Auckland Lesbian Business Association connects businesses in the lesbian community.
The Charlotte Museum Trust collects and preserves artefacts of lesbian culture.
The Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ) are housed in the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington.
A lending library for women whose primary relationships are with women.
Audio and audio transcripts about lesbian and gay history, from lesbian historian Alison Laurie.
NZHistory.net’s coverage of gay law reform in New Zealand.
More suggestions and sources
Coney, Sandra. Standing in the sunshine: a history of New Zealand women since they won the vote. Auckland: Viking, 1993.
Gunn, Alexandra C., and Nicola Surtees. We’re a family: how lesbians and gay men are creating and maintaining family in New Zealand. Wellington: Families Commission, 2009.
Laurie, Alison J., ed. Lesbian studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand. New York: Harrington Park Press, 2001.
Laurie, Alison J., and Linda Evans, eds. Outlines: lesbian & gay histories of Aotearoa. Wellington: Lesbian & Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2005.
Laurie, Alison J., and Linda Evans, eds. Twenty years on: histories of homosexual law reform in New Zealand. Wellington: Lesbian & Gay Archives of New Zealand, 2009.
Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia, and others. ‘Better out than in: lesbian organising.’ In Women together: a history of women’s organisations in New Zealand Nga ropu wahine o te motu, edited by Anne Else: 545–568. Wellington: Historical Branch, Dept Internal Affairs and Daphne Brasell Associates Press, 1993.