Topping our list of 10 LGBT-related events in Asia that will take place in April 2019 is of course, Songkran and its bevy of parties that are set to spice up your month. But that’s not all April has to offer, with a movie screening and at least two pride parades waiting in store for you.
Drone shots, special effects and a heartwarming story to boot; ‘The Rise Of Vanda Miss Joaquim’ is a true work of art. Singapore’s latest documentary shines the spotlight on Vanda Miss Joaquim, one of Singapore’s most prolific drag queens. Performed by Azizul Izzy Mahathir, Vanda Miss Joaquim has knocked up quite an impressive list of
Meet Maisy and Dawn; a happily married lesbian couple living in Singapore. If there’s one thing we can all take away from their story, it is that we don’t need the government’s support to build our own happily ever after.
Here is a list of 10 LGBT-related events happening in March 2019 across Asia in cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taipei and more!
Yujing and Shireen share with us the struggles they face as a closeted lesbian couple in Singapore still seeking familial acceptance.
Dear Straight People, I’m a jaded person. And one of the biggest things I’m skeptical towards is love, the result of firstly, my parents’ hostile relationship, and secondly, the proliferation of infidelity in the gay community. I may be bitter, but this doesn’t stop me from going aww when faced with a manifestation of true
Here is a list of 10 LGBT-related events happening in February 2019 in cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Tokyo, Taipei and more!
Dear Straight People, They say a picture paints a thousand words. But you would never be able to guess the story that this photograph hides. For far too long, stories like these have only been shared through gossip within tight circles. Very rarely, if at all, do you hear of victims coming forward to tell
Dear Singaporeans, The fact that ‘People Like Us’ exists, is a triumph in itself. And for many of us, seeing this locally produced gay web drama return for a second season is nothing short of a dream come true. For those of us who’re uninitiated in the so-called “secret, mysterious” lives of gay men in
3 Gay Men in Singapore share personal stories of their HIV/AIDs scare so as to encourage others to practice safer sex.