Here is a list of 10 LGBT-related events happening in February 2019 in cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Tokyo, Taipei and more!
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Dear Straight People, They say a picture paints a thousand words. But you would never be able to guess the story that this photograph hides. For far too long, stories like these have only been shared through gossip within tight circles. Very rarely, if at all, do you hear of victims coming forward to tell
Dear Singaporeans, The fact that ‘People Like Us’ exists, is a triumph in itself. And for many of us, seeing this locally produced gay web drama return for a second season is nothing short of a dream come true. For those of us who’re uninitiated in the so-called “secret, mysterious” lives of gay men in
3 Gay Men in Singapore share personal stories of their HIV/AIDs scare so as to encourage others to practice safer sex.
These people prove that anyone – and yes, that includes you! – can shed the pounds and work your way towards achieving a healthier you.
8 Singaporeans share their experiences with Dear Straight People on their everyday LGBT discrimination in Singapore.
If you aren’t very pleased with the state of your arms, check out this article by Kevin Kreider on 4 common reasons why your arms aren’t shredded!
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 Fitness Enthusiasts, Before I get you all pumped with the idea that you will now receive the holiest-of-holy blueprint on how to get six pack abs, I want to inform you that I only want to give you the most honest information out there. I believe everyone can achieve the body they desire, but
Dear Straight People, Discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community exists in Singapore. And sometimes, it comes from those closest to you – your family and friends. From anecdotes of being kicked out of the family home to losing friends of over a decade, here are 12 stories of discrimination that happened in Singapore. 1. Anastasia Lim