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Generation What: Kiwi Portraits

Kiwis aged between 18 and 34 share their views on topics as diverse as politics, sex, immigration, money, discrimination and death. Made with the support of NZ On Air.

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    Intimacy
    • Episode 1

    PG Could you be happy without sex? Have you ever made love in a public place? See what our Generation What panel think about intimacy in 2019.

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      • Episode 1

      PG Could you be happy without sex? Have you ever made love in a public place? See what our Generation What panel think about intimacy in 2019.

      • Episode 2

      PG Are we still a long way from gender equality in NZ? Who usually cooks dinner at your house? Find out what our Generation What panel think.

      • Episode 3

      PG Online privacy, mental health, and individualism are all topics tackled by our Generation What panel in this thought-provoking piece.

      • Episode 4

      PG We talk all about love and relationships with our Generation What team.

      • Episode 5

      PG Do you think immigration enriches cultures? Have you ever been bullied? We ask 18 to 34-year-olds for their views.

      • Episode 6

      PG If there were a war, would you be willing to fight for NZ? What do you think of living overseas? Our Generation What panel let us know their thoughts.

      • Episode 7

      PG Have you ever gotten drunk with your parents? Do you discuss your love life with them? Are they proud of what you have achieved so far? Our Generation What panel discuss these questions and more.

      • Episode 8

      PG Our Generation What panel open up on their thoughts on divorce, religion, and their plans for the future.

      • Episode 9

      PG Find out if our Generation What panel would vote if an election were held today; and find out if they think there's too much freedom.

      • Episode 10

      PG One of life's golden rules is "either you take advantage of people, or people take advantage of you". What do our panel think? Do you agree?

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