Dear Straight People, As difficult as it is for some of you to believe, asexuals really do exist! And unfortunately for them, asexuals need to constantly deal with all kinds of misconceptions. So as part of this blog’s effort to educate straight people on sexual minorities, here are 6 common misconceptions about asexuals that you
Dear People, Meet 19-year old Malaysian Dylan Ray… who also happens to be the first bisexual to be featured on the ‘Out Of The Closet’ series! Raised in a low-income family, his dad is an English tuition teacher while his mum passed away when he was only 15-years old. Growing up, he never
Dear People, You’ve probably heard of homophobia before. And maybe even transphobia. But chances are, most of you have never heard of biphobia before. When you consider the fact that biphobia is rampant in both the straight and LGBT communities, the lack of attention to it is honestly quite shocking. As the name itself suggests,
Dear Straight People, I’ve lost count of the number of times you people have pestered me to bring you along to a gay club. The funny thing however, is that although most of you have never stepped foot inside a gay club, straight people seem to harbour all kinds of weird misconceptions about gay clubs.
Dear People, To say that bisexuals are misunderstood would be a gross understatement. Misconceptions regarding the bisexual community abound in both the straight and gay community. Today, we are going to address 6 common misconceptions regarding the bisexual community. 1. Bisexuals are more prone to cheating The likelihood of someone cheating depends on their character,
Dear Straight People, It’s time to bust 8 of the most common misconceptions you lot have about transsexuals! 1. Transexuals are all gay Sexuality and gender are two different things! Many transexuals are not gay. Caitlyn Jenner for example, has stated that she is not gay! 2. Transexuals are all mentally ill Transexuals are not
Dear Straight People, I am not interested in you. And neither are most of the gay people that you come into contact with. The reason why I felt compelled to say that was because I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve had the following conversation happen to me: Me: Straight Person: Me: Straight Person: Me: