What it’s Like Identifying as Asexual on Valentine’s Day
A holiday all about romance, sex, and intimacy, we wanted to find out what Valentine’s Day is like for people who experience these things in more atypical ways.
A Couple in Singapore Attends Their Own Wedding via Live Stream Due to Coronavirus
Guests started to cancel on the couple after finding out that they had just gotten back from a trip to China a few days before the event.
‘Keling’ is A Racial Slur Used Against Malaysian Indians. I’m Now Trying to Reclaim The Word
Over the decades, the word has evolved into a taunt, an insult, a way to remind Malaysian Indians of their race, and sometimes, as a way to tell us that we don’t belong.
We Asked Queer Singaporeans What They’re Doing to Challenge the Law That Makes Gay Sex Illegal
“I was getting death threats, I felt unsafe, and there was absolutely nothing I could do because people were using the law as a justification to be cruel towards me.”