Politicians Join the Crowds at New Zealand’s Big Gay Out

Author: , February 10th, 2014

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They came by the thousands in body paint, drag costumes and even rainbow-coloured onesies to celebrate their sexuality at New Zealand’s largest gay pride event.

Being election year, politicians also flocked to yesterday’s Big Gay Out at Coyle Park, Pt Chevalier, with an estimated 15,000 others.

Prime Minister John Key arrived to a mixed reception, wearing a yellow polo shirt, with some voices shouting “we want Lorde, not you” as he made his way to the stage.

He was challenged to a game of beer pong, which he agreed to and had to down several cups in the process.

Authored By Lincoln Tan – See the Full Story at the New Zealand Herald

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