This Is What Girlfriends-For-Hire Really Think Of Their Male Clients
Top image: Erika. Photography by Thaddeus J Loh for RICE Media. This story is not affiliated with, or sponsored by, Maybe.sg. On a rainy January afternoon, Erika paced up and down Victoria Street looking for a hotel where she was expected by her date. She didn’t know muc
Have you walked through a cloud of sweet smelling, fast dissolving smoke lately? At this point, I’d bet that you have. It’s no secret that vaporisers and e-cigarettes are prevalent in Singapore. Their presence has been discussed ad nauseum in mainstream media outlets. From cautionary tales penne
All images by Feline Lim for RICE Media. A few years ago, on Valentine’s Day of all days, I was grabbing drinks with an old friend of mine at a bar near the foot of Ann Siang Hill when, apropos of nothing, she came out to me as an asexual. This news came as quite a shock. Becau
Photography by Marisse Caine. This is part two of a series of articles about Singaporean masculinity and how it is changing. In this episode we unpack whether gym bros are the face of toxic masculinity. We speak to fitness enthusiasts about their experience in the gym, exercising with other men
When you have a fear of making mistakes, you start to question everything you do. Growing up with low self-esteem became a self-fulfilling prophecy for Leon, who constantly wondered what went wrong and how he “turned out this way”. Then cardistry happened, and everything shuffled into place.