Dear Fitness Enthusiasts, There are two types of fitspos in the world; those who won the genetic lottery. And those who didn’t. 25-year old Singaporean Gerald Koh most definitely belongs to the latter group. At his heaviest, Gerald weighed over 100kg. Finding fitting clothes was a daily chore for him and his blood pressure and cholesterol levels were off
Kor Vattanapoon from Thailand, pens a heartfelt letter that sheds some insight on how it is like coming out in Thailand.
Sebastian from Singapore, pens a letter to his closeted self sharing his struggle and confusion with self-acceptance.
Jean Illyria pens a heartfelt letter to her closeted self, sharing the personal struggles she has had to overcome to become who she truly is.
Nitinan Ngamchaipisit from Thailand, pens an insightful letter into the struggle of gender identity and how one does not need to conform to societal norms.
Mieke Song from Singapore, pens a personal letter touching on issues like gender identity, societal expectations and more.
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.
Thach ‘Tak’ Nguyen from the United States recounts his journey from being a bullied Vietnamese immigrant to a closeted college student to becoming the openly gay man he is today engaged to his fiancé.
In a world of coronavirus, Pride Month is still as relevant as ever. Global pandemic or not, acceptance, equality and diversity are all important hallmarks of society. Pride Month fights for these values, and so much more.
LGBT People from around the world reveal to us the most touching their mum has done for them. #14 is pretty sweet!