Vyla Virus, one of Singapore’s most prolific drag queens, pens a letter on how the world of drag will not only provide fulfilment and joy, but also a second family.
Joyce Ng from Singapore pens a candid letter to her closeted self, talking about the personal struggles she had with transition into the woman than she is today.
From being bullied in school to finally accepting his sexuality during his adulthood, Por Surayot shares what it’s like growing up in Thailand.
From struggling with gender dysphoria to getting married with the full support of his family, this is the heartwarming story of Kim Lee from Australia.
Thach ‘Tak’ Nguyen from the United States recounts his journey from being a bullied Vietnamese immigrant to a closeted college student to becoming the openly gay man he is today engaged to his fiancé.
Meet Sarah Goh from Singapore, the very first feature of our new ‘Letter To My Closet’ series. From growing up in conservative spaces to living with her partner in a cosy apartment, read Sarah’s inspiring journey here.
In a world of coronavirus, Pride Month is still as relevant as ever. Global pandemic or not, acceptance, equality and diversity are all important hallmarks of society. Pride Month fights for these values, and so much more.
Justin Foo’s experience as a signed artiste shines the spotlight on how queer public figures in Singapore are often forced back into the closet and pressured into putting up a ‘straight front’ if they want to make it in showbiz.
Here are some LGBT organisations in Asia doing fantastic work that you can donate to. #4 is a sanctuary for people living with HIV!
LGBT People from around the world reveal to us the most touching their mum has done for them. #14 is pretty sweet!