This open letter is addressed to all the gay men seeking quality connections outside of the gay clubs, bars and apps.
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.
A closeted Chindian lesbian takes a leap of faith by coming out to her family and gets the best response she could have possibly hoped for.
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.
Dear Straight (and LGBTQ+) People, I don’t quite remember the first time I met someone through Grindr but I definitely remember the thrill of it. Before I owned a smartphone, I would borrow my relative’s iPod Touch and secretly download the app to see who are the gay men around me before deleting the app
Dear Straight People, Am I that different? I am the boy with an attraction deemed unnatural, sinful and destructive. I am the boy who was told that nothing good would come out of those same-sex attractions. I am the boy who lost his mother at a young age. Inspired and touched by the love and
Find out why this gay Instafamous influencer believes that everyone, especially gay influencers, should start voicing out against S377A!
A straight pro-LGBT Christian couple in Singapore pen a heartwarming letter to the LGBT community in support of the repeal of Section 377A.
Growing up with Section 377A has made Singaporeans incapable of imagining a better, more inclusive Singapore.
But it’s time we stop making do with what we have and start working for a Singapore where people are free to be themselves.