Gay & Bisexual Men

Being gay is not quantifiable. You can’t be 'too gay' or 'not gay enough'. You can only be yourself and if you think that you’re gay, you most likely ARE gay enough.

Growing up and living in a hetero-normative world, and surrounded by patriarchal values, can sometimes prevent us from being adequately equipped with gay-affirming information, knowledge and skills, about identity, relationships, sex and health.


The following local community resources are for gay, bisexual, queer and questioning (GBQ+) men:   Programme under Action for AIDS (AFA) where young GBQ+ men can connect, access sexual health services, and build a support network.

MOVE Community   LGBT-friendly social & community club in Singapore formed in 2013.

SG Rainbow   Non-profit community social movement and organisation for gay, bisexual and queer men aged 18 to 35 years old. Includes Jejaka, youth support group Malay, Muslim & Malay-Muslim men.

Singapore Men's Chorus  Formed  in 2005 to provide an avenue for those interested in male chorale and present another form of choral music for the public to enjoy.

The Bear Project  Local gay community group where size matters, with events aiming to create a friendly environment where bears, cubs, “G-men” and other stocky and big-sized men – as well as the guys who love them – can hang out, exchange ideas and mingle.

The Purple Alliance   Group of Singaporeans committed to supporting LGBTQ+ individuals. 

Blowing Wind  Online community forum for mature Singaporean men. 

The Octoberman Diaries  Online blogazine celebrating the mature man who has come a long way in life.

Lifeline SG Singapore-based peer-led support group for gay & bisexual men in recovery from drug addiction. Contact them directly for more information.

Pelangi Pride Centre  LGBTQ library, community space and resource centre run entirely by volunteers. 'Pelangi' is the Malay word for rainbow, since Malay is the national language of Singapore. The centre was started in 2003 by a group of friends.


The following local community resources are youth-led and LGBTQ-affirming:

Young Out Here   Youth support group programme providing a safe and inclusive space for LGBTQ youths, to build social support between its participants by sharing of experiences and opinions.

Inter-University LGBT Network   Network for organisations in Singapore universities to collaborate in fostering safer and more inclusive school communities for everyone regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.