Media.

As an advocate for sexual health awareness, and providing safe space for all GBQ youth, SGRainbow has been featured online and in print both in Singapore and across the region. We engage actively in the media to raise awareness and advocate for the welfare and rights of the GBQ and wider LGBTQ community, specifically the youth.
If you would like to contact us for any media-related queries, write in to marketing@sgrainbow.asia.
Articles
6 August 2012: Giving pill selectively is OK: Docs (The Straits Times)

14 September 2012: Youth-led training builds leadership skills among young people affected by the AIDS epidemic (UNESCO)

30 October 2014: Court decision on Section 377A a missed opportunity: LGBT groups (Today)

30 October 2014: LGBT groups call on Parliament to ‘demonstrate true leadership’ after court upholds law banning gay sex

30 April 2015: Psychosocial support for LGBT youth from a few groups (Today)

January 2016: Acts of Greatness Award

14 June 2016: Hate cannot be allowed to take root in Singapore

23 January 2017: Out of the closet: Adrian

4 June 2018: I am Malay and I am Gay

5 October 2018: Miss Chilli: The Drag Queen with a Whole Lot of Spice

4 October 2019: 8 things you can do while S377A is not repealed

29 November 2019: “I’m not the Only One”

14 January 2020: LGBT Community – Is Singapore an exception?

Travel websites

Daily Xtra Travel: Gay Singapore
Travel Gay Asia

Other links

Action for AIDS Singapore convenes a community consultation on PrEP
Civil Society Joint Statement on SOGIE and Intersex Status at UN Human Rights CouncilHomosexuality and media in Singapore (NTU Library)
IDAHOT 2016
ILGA Member organisations
List of social services agencies in SG (Wikipedia) List of youth organisations in SG (Wikipedia) MSMGF Blog: Personal Reflection by Thu YainMSMGF Missing Voices (pages 11 and 31)
Petition – #Ready4Repeal
Queer(in)Spaces
Queer Resources in Singapore
Singapore Stories – Gay Support Groups SingaporeStonewall Global Diversity Champions
Y-Map Asia Pacific Interagency Network on Youth