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
Jessica Wong from Singapore, pens a letter detailing her struggle with the complex nature of sexual orientation and how sexuality is not a black and white matter.
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.
Mieke Song from Singapore, pens a personal letter touching on issues like gender identity, societal expectations and more.
Charlotte Liew from Singapore talks about the personal struggles she faced with her gender identity, self acceptance and fear of rejection of society.
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.
July Lies from Indonesia, pens a letter to her closeted self detailing her struggles with her sexuality, fitting in with the LGBTQ+ community and how she managed to overcome it all.
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.