From schoolyard bullying to homophobic teachers, here are 11 Singaporeans who have stepped up to share personal stories of discrimination that they’ve experienced that happened in schools right here in Singapore.
Over one short weekend, over 70 individuals from all walks of life turned up for Dear Straight People’s photo shoot in support of the repeal of Section 377A. An archaic law that criminalises consensual sex between men in Singapore, Section 377A propagates stigma and prejudice against the LGBTQ+ community by legally framing same-sex attraction as ‘immoral’
Inspired by the real life account of a Malaysian youth kicked out of his home after coming out to his parents, we hope this heartwarming tale moves you as much as it moved us.
Instead of wallowing in self-pity, here are 5 photography tips for all the #ForeverAlone people to fake a significant other on social media!
Here is a recap of our 12 most popular posts of 2017 on Dear Straight People!
In the spirit of Christmas, we’ve put together a gay Christmas themed comic series based on a true story called ‘The Gift’.
It’s been 2 years since we launched the Out Of The Closet series and since then, we’ve published over 50 different coming out stories.
2 years on, here are our top 10 most read coming out stories of all time!
Dear Gay People, The LGBT community isn’t the only marginalised group in Singapore. Sex workers are one of the most marginalised communities in not just Singapore, but in the world. The only time sex workers get any media attention is when things like rape, drugs or murder are involved. I’m not sure about you, but I’m getting
Dear Straight People, If you think that the LGBTQ community in Singapore has it easy, think again. A group of Singaporeans came forward to share their experiences with discrimination using #HateHurts in a fundraising effort for Oogachaga – Singapore’s ONLY community based counselling centre for the LGBTQ community. (Note: The fundraising effort has ended) 1.
Dear Straight People, In light of Trans Awareness Month happening this November, we need to talk about the T in LGBT! As a feminist and a member of the LGBT community, it is my obligation to proudly support those fighting for the movement of transgender rights globally. Transphobia is rampant and trans individuals are constantly