Tag: Otto Fong

The Reunion: Chinese New Year Story Based On True Events

Inspired by the real life account of a Malaysian youth kicked out of his home after coming out to his parents, we hope this heartwarming tale moves you as much as it moved us.


12 LGBTQ Singaporeans Share Their Hopes For Singapore

Dear Straight People, We got the talents featured in our recent viral LGBT National Day cover of ‘Home’ to share with us what their hopes for Singapore are. Here is what they said: 1. NORIStar ”I hope that Singaporeans stand tall, be bold and spread the love with one another.” 2. Alexander Teh “My wish

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Opinion: I’m In An Open Relationship & There’s Absolutely Nothing Wrong With It

Dear Gay People, My name is Otto Fong and I have been in an open relationship with my partner Han for the past 16 years. What I am about to say is probably going to earn me a lot of hate. But I believe it’s time someone in the gay community address the elephant in

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5 Asians Over The Age Of 40 Reflect On How Growing Up LGBT Was Like For Them

Dear Millennials, Yes, it’s not easy being LGBT in Singapore. But while Singapore isn’t exactly a very gay-friendly place in 2016, it’s a heck of a lot better now than it was a few decades ago. But don’t just take my word for it. Hear it from the following 5 Singaporeans over the age of 40 who will

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Out Of The Closet: Otto Fong Shares His Story

Dear People, Meet 48-year old Singaporean Otto Fong, the teacher who sparked a national controversy when he came out in 2007. It has been almost a decade since Otto first hit the headlines for coming out publicly while still teaching at Raffles Institution. But his story hasn’t lost its relevance, given the fact that no

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25 Singaporean Heroes Of The LGBT Community Millennials Don’t Know About

Dear Millennials, When it comes to the history of your own community, you know nothing. But there’s no need for you to get all defensive. This isn’t a millennial shaming post. Because truth be told, your ignorance isn’t your fault. You weren’t taught the origins of the gay rights movement. And LGBT activists don’t really

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