Category: Dear Straight People

Netflix Announces New Gay Rom-Com Called ‘Single All The Way’

Starring Michael Urie, Luke MacFarlane and Philemon Chambers, ‘Single All The Way’ is a gay rom-com coming to Netflix in late 2021.

Gay Hong Kong Widower Blocked By Husband’s Mum From Identifying Late Husband’s Body

Gay Hong Kong widower Henry Li, is currently being prevented by his mother-in-law from being the official identifier of his late husband, Edgar Ng’s body.

Henry Li is now launching a legal bid against the Hong Kong government for not recognising him as his late husband’s spouse.

I Made A Gay Film About Conversion Therapy Despite Singapore’s Censorship Laws. Here’s How It Went

It was only after I made a gay film called AQUA MAN 变信人 that I realised just how difficult it was to produce LGBT content in Singapore due to media censorship laws.

Wish You Review: Korean BL Movie On Netflix

Produced in 2020, read our no spoiler review of Wish You: Your Melody is in My Heart’, the latest Korean BL drama on Netflix.

Wish You – New Korean BL Drama Coming To Netflix

Find out more about Wish You, the Korean BL drama starring Kang In Soo and Lee Sang, that will be coming to Netflix very soon!

Top 10 Most Popular Posts Of 2020

From inspiring love stories to controversial conversations, here are our top 10 most popular posts of 2020 that got a lot of people talking.

49% Of Survey Respondents Feel James Corden’s Performance In ‘The Prom’ Was Offensive

49% of survey respondents believe that James Corden’s performance in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix vehicle ‘The Prom’, was offensive.

Your Name Engraved Herein, Taiwan’s Highest Grossing LGBT Film Is Coming To Netflix!

Find out more about Your Name Engraved Herein, Taiwan’s highest grossing LGBTQ+ film of all time, that will be coming to Netflix on 23 December 2020!

Being Brown & Gay: Exploring ‘Sexual Racism’ In Singapore

Dear Straight People speak to Avinash Vardza Raju, Adrian Tyler, Audi Khalid, Shariff Rizwan, Virein Sudheer and Lery Villanueva, to find out more about their experiences with sexual racism and discrimination in Singapore.