Emmanuel "Mass" Luciano, a Puerto Rican-born blogger, stylist, fashion designer and party planner, bested three other finalists, to claim the coveted Mr Gay Hong Kong title, at the freshly minted Ovolo Southside Hotel.
An unnamed Japanese student has given a moving speech about the discrimination felt by LGBT people in the contemporary world. Borrowing the legendary words of Martin Luther King, the student commented on global gay issues as well as his own experiences as he came out to his classmates and teachers.
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.