Harris, who works for the New Zealand AIDS Foundation and identifies as takatāpui, spent three years documenting the stories behind what he describes as a “revolution”. The finished product is Takatāpui: A Place of Standing, a book filled with oral histories and images that together illustrate a movement.We spoke to Harris about what the term “takatāpui” means to those it continues to envelop, educate, and empower.

Quelle: ‘It Was a Revolution’: How the Māori LGBTQ Community Became a Family | Broadly