A Singaporean man who lost his marriage when his wife came out of the closet to be with her lesbian partner details his struggles in this heartfelt piece.
This candid piece from a 25-year old gay Singaporean reveals how lonely and isolating it can be for guys who don’t fit into the mould of the insta-famous gays.
This gay man’s letter to his recently deceased partner of 27 years will inspire and break your heart at the same time.
Alaric Tan pens a heartfelt letter to seek support for The Greenhouse, an LGBT drug addiction recovery center that he founded.
This open letter is addressed to all the gay men seeking quality connections outside of the gay clubs, bars and apps.
If Instagram is to be believed, gay friendship is mostly muscled, tanned men smiling topless on the beach or in a club surrounded by an armour of hashtags. I figured that explained my struggle. I am shy, ugly and vegan, all of which pose a serious threat to anyone wanting to gain likes with the likes of #gaycute #gayhunk #gayhot.
A closeted Chindian lesbian takes a leap of faith by coming out to her family and gets the best response she could have possibly hoped for.
Getting married to the “one” is more than words can ever describe.
But here’s the plot twist; I am afraid to tell my family that I am getting married.
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
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