From a landmark ruling in Japan to positive LGBTQ+ media representation in Singapore, here are 5 victories for Asia’s LGBTQ+ Community In 2021.
Launched in 1999, Trevvy (formerly known as Sgboy.com) has announced that it will close its website on 30 April 2021.
NTUC Income’s latest ad features an interracial lesbian couple in a positive light!
Muhammad Hanif Mohamed Huzairi was jailed for 7 months for inciting violence against the judge who dismissed S377A challenges.
A newlywed gay Thai couple have unwittingly become the target of death threats and harassment from homophobic Indonesians.
Starring Michael Urie, Luke MacFarlane and Philemon Chambers, ‘Single All The Way’ is a gay rom-com coming to Netflix in late 2021.
Gay Hong Kong widower Henry Li, is currently being prevented by his mother-in-law from being the official identifier of his late husband, Edgar Ng’s body.
Henry Li is now launching a legal bid against the Hong Kong government for not recognising him as his late husband’s spouse.
It was only after I made a gay film called AQUA MAN 变信人 that I realised just how difficult it was to produce LGBT content in Singapore due to media censorship laws.
Produced in 2020, read our no spoiler review of Wish You: Your Melody is in My Heart’, the latest Korean BL drama on Netflix.
‘It gets better’ may have become a cliché of sorts for the LGBTQ+ community. But I can think of no better slogan for the story of Sher and Rachael, who got married in a beautiful ceremony with the support of their loved ones.