While many gay men adore and worship their respective pop divas, it's no reason to turn their backs on their gay friends just because they are loyal and are devoted to another, says Otto Fong who witnessed wars breaking out on his Facebook wall of late.
Otto Fong, a gay man in Singapore who is in a 14-year relationship, reflects on the trials and tribulations of finding love as a young man growing up in a time when homosexuality was not only a taboo subject but attending gay events may include being harassed by the police before he met his partner.
When Singapore's most famous drag queen (finally) came out as gay this week, many gay men and women dismissed his acknowledgement as being insignificant and superfluous since "everyone" already knew. Otto Fong argues that his coming out should be seen as important if the gay community wants the public acknowledgement and the respect that comes with it.
The "most powerful gay man in the tech world" who was also named the most influential gay man in the US must surely be role model material, or not? Well, some of us are hoping he would be, if and when he comes out.
A common opinion is that gay relationships are less permanent than straight ones... but do or should we aspire towards having committed lifelong relationships? Openly gay Singaporean man Otto Fong shares his views in response to a recent article on Time.com.