From seeing two women walk down the aisle in Singapore to witnessing a lavish gay wedding in Bangkok complete with strippers and holographic projections, these 5 inspiring same-sex couples from Asia prove that it’s possible for us to carve out our own happily ever afters.
Category: Dating & Relationships
We’ve compiled stories from 6 lesbian couples from Singapore who are still going strong today. We hope that their stories will not only restore your faith in Cupid’s aim, it’ll make you all warm and fuzzy on the inside too.
A giant ice dick sculpture. Stripping policemen. Mind-blowing holographic projections. These are just some of the extraordinary highlights from what is now commonly referred to as the ‘Gay Wedding Of The Year’. Dear Straight People, Meet Tom Tan and Oui Sumet Srimuang, a gay couple who recently got married in a lavish ceremony in Bangkok
Some do it as a political statement. Others do it for love.
Regardless of their reasons, we hope their stories inspire you as much as it inspired us.
Here is what I learnt from attending the wedding of Tom Tan and Oui Srimuang, a gay couple based in Thailand who got married on their 20th year together.
The social climate for the contemporary gay man is one where friendships are grey and appearance is king. So it’s no surprise many gay men feel lonely & jaded.
This letter is addressed to every gay man who has ever felt jaded with the scene.
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.
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.
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.
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