On March 2nd at an event on the waterfront of Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, well known Hong Kong LGBT community members announced the formation of Double Happiness, the first organisation in support of marriage equality in Hong Kong.
Can you see me? is a LGBT art and photo exhibition organised by Element magazine with the aim of promoting diversity by showcasing the lives of the ordinary LGBT people through the works of various LGBT or LGBT-friendly artists.
With a guaranteed place in Singapore’s political history as the country’s first openly-gay election candidate, Dr Vincent Wijeysingha talks about his life before politics. Originally published in Element Magazine.
It’s been a busy month for Tom Daley. For the British diver who has spent much of the last few years in the spotlight, the young lad has just entered a new media swarm as he announced he was in a relationship with a man.
From 3 to 20 July 2013, Singapore-based theatre group Wild Rice is staging a festival of works by bad-ass playwright and political commentator Alfian Sa’at, with a particular focus on his landmark gay play Dreamplay: Asian Boys Vol. I.