The founder of Dear Straight People shares his regrets on not accepting himself earlier, and encourages others not to repeat his mistake by being someone that they are not.
Tag: out of the closet
Kor Vattanapoon from Thailand, pens a heartfelt letter that sheds some insight on how it is like coming out in Thailand.
Dacre Yeo from Singapore, pens a letter detailing struggles with transitioning and its accompanying social stigma.
Sebastian from Singapore, pens a letter to his closeted self sharing his struggle and confusion with self-acceptance.
Lery Villanueva from the Philippines, pens a candid letter detailing how he managed to overcome his dark youth to become the proud gay man he is today.
Lucas Loke from Malaysia, pens a letter to his closeted self detailing the struggle he faced with accepting his homosexuality.
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.
V-Rasak Pitaktrairong from Thailand, pens a letter to his closeted self, expressing a lifelong regret of ending a friendship due to the fear of being labelled as a homosexual
Jessica Wong from Singapore, pens a letter detailing her struggle with the complex nature of sexual orientation and how sexuality is not a black and white matter.