Meet The G3sha, the openly gay hip hop artist born and bred in Singapore, who sings about LGBT related themes such as coming out, loneliness and more.
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.
This personal perspective of the Chase Tan Mediacorp controversy surrounding ‘My Guardians Angels’ shows the real world consequences of harmful media portrayals on Singapore TV.
The founder of Dear Straight People shares his regrets on not accepting himself earlier, and encourages others not to repeat his mistake by being someone that they are not.
Kor Vattanapoon from Thailand, pens a heartfelt letter that sheds some insight on how it is like coming out in Thailand.
Dacre Yeo from Singapore, pens a letter detailing struggles with transitioning and its accompanying social stigma.
Sebastian from Singapore, pens a letter to his closeted self sharing his struggle and confusion with self-acceptance.
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.