Can a gay person be a teacher and out? What can a student do if they face bullying from their peers or teachers as a result of their sexual orientation or gender identity? Most importantly, what can we do as a community to support and minimise such instances of bullying and discrimination?

SGRainbow presents Hands UP!, the second forum in the You Think I Thought Who Confirm? series, as we invite teachers and students to share about their experiences being LGBTQ in school.

To protect the safety of participants and panellists, the venue will be announced two days prior to the event to registered participants only. This event also adheres to a strict no-photography and no-videography rule.
Event details
Date: 25 October 2014, Saturday
Time: 7:30pm to 9pm
Venue: TBA to registered participants only
This event is FREE and is open to ALL. Register now here.

We often see many couples who are happy with their relationships and lasting for a very long time. How do they maintain this type of relationship especially when most of the guys you know can’t even hold down a relationship? What is the secret if there is any for us to learn and explore. Relationship is one of the hardest things in life because you are sharing your life with by compromising your freedom to be with that person. How communication plays out between the two people to navigate around HIV/STIs is also a very important matter.

This workshop is for people who are interested in discussing and exploring what a healthy relationship looks like through different exercises by practicing communication skills whether it is a monogamous or polygamous relationship.

When: Saturday, 20 Sept 2014
Where: AFA office, 9 Kelantan Lane #05-01 S208628
Time: 6pm – 9pm 

Light refreshments will be provided.

Please register as soon as you can due to limited space. Click here to register!


This workshop is brought to you by gayhealth.sg and supported by SGRainbow.