Launched in 1999, Trevvy (formerly known as Sgboy.com) has announced that it will close its website on 30 April 2021.
We speak to Truelove.is Pastor Ian Toh and former ex-gay feature Jason Lim, to better understand their perspective on Christianity, the LGBT community, Joanna Theng, Jaime Lam and more.
Here are some LGBT organisations in Asia doing fantastic work that you can donate to. #4 is a sanctuary for people living with HIV!
Topping our list of 10 LGBT-related events in Asia that will take place in April 2019 is of course, Songkran and its bevy of parties that are set to spice up your month. But that’s not all April has to offer, with a movie screening and at least two pride parades waiting in store for you.
Over one short weekend, over 70 individuals from all walks of life turned up for Dear Straight People’s photo shoot in support of the repeal of Section 377A. An archaic law that criminalises consensual sex between men in Singapore, Section 377A propagates stigma and prejudice against the LGBTQ+ community by legally framing same-sex attraction as ‘immoral’
Find out the answers to common questions in our interview with Leow Yangfa – the executive director of Singapore’s only counselling centre for the LGBTQ community
Dear Straight People, Representing my LGBT organisation recently at a family-themed, community event organised by the National Youth Council, I was faced with some members of the audience who referred to homosexuality as a “brokenness”, claimed a gay couple is “not a family”, & that LGBT people are “broken”. Despite being a visible member of
Dear Straight People, If you think that the LGBTQ community in Singapore has it easy, think again. A group of Singaporeans came forward to share their experiences with discrimination using #HateHurts in a fundraising effort for Oogachaga – Singapore’s ONLY community based counselling centre for the LGBTQ community. (Note: The fundraising effort has ended) 1.
Dear People, Meet 26-year old Singaporean Anthony Leong, who has been living with depression for the past 8 years. It may be 2016. But the stigma surrounding depression is still as prevalent as ever. Not many people would openly admit to living with depression. But Anthony is one of the rare few who isn’t afraid of sharing
Dear Fellow Millennials, When it comes to the history of our own community, I’m afraid to admit that the vast majority of us know nothing. But there’s no need to get defensive. This isn’t a millennial shaming post. Because truth be told, our ignorance isn’t our fault. We weren’t taught the origins of the LGBT+