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SQ21: Singapore Queers in the 21st Century #2020

SQ Singapore Queers in the st Century What is it like for men and women to grow up gay lesbian or bisexual in Singapore to come out to their families to find love and work and meaning What are their stories For the first time indiv

  • Title: SQ21: Singapore Queers in the 21st Century
  • Author: Ng Yi-Sheng
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Paperback
  • SQ21: Singapore Queers in the 21st Century By Ng Yi-Sheng, What is it like for men and women to grow up gay, lesbian or bisexual in Singapore, to come out to their families, to find love and work and meaning What are their stories For the first time, 15 individuals who have lived through these questions a mother of gay sons, a government scholar, a poly student, and a hearing impaired man among others give powerful accounts oWhat is it like for men and women to grow up gay, lesbian or bisexual in Singapore, to come out to their families, to find love and work and meaning What are their stories For the first time, 15 individuals who have lived through these questions a mother of gay sons, a government scholar, a poly student, and a hearing impaired man among others give powerful accounts of their lives Accompanied by Alphonsus Lee s photography, SQ21 shows an unabashed straightforward honesty and celebrates the lives of these ordinary Singaporeans Written in a light, readable style, these insprirational stories will touch the hearts of readers gay and straight, Singaporean and otherwise.

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    1 thought on “SQ21: Singapore Queers in the 21st Century

    1. These stories are Singaporean stories Written in transparent, clear first person narratives, they are stories of love and loss, family and faith and community I admire the people whose stories are shared in this book for their bravery and Ng for taking the initiative to compile them.

    2. Reading about the real lifes of gays and lesbians in Singapore is really an eye opener The struggles is something that straight people can never comprehend no matter how they try akin to men knowing what it feels like to give birth.This is a great book for people who don t like gays and lesbians but don t know why It gives them a face and makes them into real people If you read this with an open mind no judgements, religious or otherwise you ll came away wiser than before.

    3. A previously invisible group, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Singaporeans live in the midst of a Disneyfied closet country This book provided an insight into their very different stories and ways of dealing with their sexuality in the context of living in Singapore Very intersting reading and very insightful.

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