3 Gay Men in Singapore share personal stories of their HIV/AIDs scare so as to encourage others to practice safer sex.
Dear Straight People, Discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community exists in Singapore. And sometimes, it comes from those closest to you – your family and friends. From anecdotes of being kicked out of the family home to losing friends of over a decade, here are 12 stories of discrimination that happened in Singapore. 1. Anastasia Lim
The co-founder of a bisexual community group in Singapore shares her own personal coming out story!
Bisexual artist Lewis shares with us why he isn’t afraid of being ‘out’ despite the possible repercussions his sexuality might have on his showbiz career.
Dear Straight People, We got the talents featured in our recent viral LGBT National Day cover of ‘Home’ to share with us what their hopes for Singapore are. Here is what they said: 1. NORIStar ”I hope that Singaporeans stand tall, be bold and spread the love with one another.” 2. Alexander Teh “My wish
Dear LGBT Couples, The next time you find yourself stumped by a legal issue, there’s no need to trawl through Google in search of answers. Chances are, you’ll be met with lengthy legal jargon that you wouldn’t understand anyway. In an effort to address this gap in resource, a team of LGBT friendly lawyers led by Indulekshmi Rajeswari aka Indu, have taken it
A straight man who regularly has sex with other men explains why having gay sex doesn’t make one gay.
Indu may currently be married to a man. But that hasn’t changed anything about her sexual identity. She is still very much bisexual.
Dear Straight People, If you were to ever meet me in person, you would never suspect me of being gay. My name is *Alan and I’m 30 this year, holding a well-paying job in finance. On the surface, I seem like your typical straight Singaporean, having been married to my high school sweetheart *Janice for
Dear Queer People, The only thing more nerve racking than coming out is coming out for the first time. Uncertainty is a scary thing. And it’s exacerbated by the fact that the consequences can be dire should things not pan out as planned. But for many of us, coming out is a rite of passage that