Thailand may seem like a safe haven for the LGBT community. But this ability of Thai society to accept queerness often does not extend towards a family member.
Category: LGBT Misconceptions
Find out the answers to common questions in our interview with Paul Ng – a Singaporean in a three-way relationship
Paul Ng, a Singaporean in a three way relationship shares with us details of his polyamorous relationship as well as his coming out story.
From scissoring to discrimination, the CEO of GOODSTUPH offers a refreshing and witty take on 10 common questions people always ask lesbians!
YES, there are gay parents in Asia! Read the story of how Jay Lin started his own family right here in Asia and built a gay Asian version of Netflix called Gagaoolala.
Dear Straight People, Almost 20 years ago, Paddy Chew made history by becoming the first Singaporean to publicly come out as an AIDs patient. Since then, only two others have dared to follow in his footsteps; Avin Tan in 2012 and AJ in 2016. It may be 2017 but HIV and AIDs continues to be plagued
Indu may currently be married to a man. But that hasn’t changed anything about her sexual identity. She is still very much bisexual.
Dear Straight People, As difficult as it is for some of you to believe, asexuals really do exist! And unfortunately for them, asexuals need to constantly deal with all kinds of misconceptions. So as part of this blog’s effort to educate straight people on sexual minorities, here are 6 common misconceptions about asexuals that you
Dear People, Meet 19-year old Malaysian Dylan Ray… who also happens to be the first bisexual to be featured on the ‘Out Of The Closet’ series! Raised in a low-income family, his dad is an English tuition teacher while his mum passed away when he was only 15-years old. Growing up, he never
Dear Straight People, I’ve lost count of the number of times you people have pestered me to bring you along to a gay club. The funny thing however, is that although most of you have never stepped foot inside a gay club, straight people seem to harbour all kinds of weird misconceptions about gay clubs.