Callum Phillips from the UK, shares the importance of queer chosen families in this letter to his closeted self.
Lery Villanueva from the Philippines, pens a candid letter detailing how he managed to overcome his dark youth to become the proud gay man he is today.
Lucas Loke from Malaysia, pens a letter to his closeted self detailing the struggle he faced with accepting his homosexuality.
V-Rasak Pitaktrairong from Thailand, pens a letter to his closeted self, expressing a lifelong regret of ending a friendship due to the fear of being labelled as a homosexual
It took Stanley Poh from Singapore, 3 decades of his life to come to terms with his sexuality. This is his letter to his closeted self.
Art Chaturongkul from Thailand, pens a letter to his closeted self detailing his foray into the gay scene, experience with same sex relationships and coming out to his friends and family.
Virein Sudheer from Singapore, pens a letter detailing his struggles with self-acceptance and coming out of the closet.
This letter by Huy Pham from Vietnam to his 17-year old closeted self will make you laugh and cry at the same time.
Vyla Virus, one of Singapore’s most prolific drag queens, pens a letter on how the world of drag will not only provide fulfilment and joy, but also a second family.
From being bullied in school to finally accepting his sexuality during his adulthood, Por Surayot shares what it’s like growing up in Thailand.