Do you live in a same-sex relationship and would you as a couple be interested to participate in an interview where we are having a down to earth talk about your relationships, lifes, history and what it means to be living in a gay relationship in Singapore, infront of a camera?
I am looking for couples who have been living together for longer than a year and who is willing to invite a small crew into their home for a small interview series that I am planning to produce over the next months. The interviews should take about 3 hours, maybe 5, of your day.
Write me on firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Last week two of my coworkers had some kind of software development type of issues (or equally nerdy stuff) when I overheard this conversation.
Coworker #1: “Man this is just so gay. Crap.”
Coworker #2: “Yea, so fucking gay. Bummer.”
Me, while I hide behind my screen pretending to be busy with work, but is really deep into an conversation with S..: “Guys. The word ‘gay’ is NOT supposed to be used as an insult when something irritates you.”
Both coworkers: “Oh no. Sorry about that.”
And then in the office earlier today.
Coworker #2. “Crap. This is just so fucking gay. (quick look towards me, who hardly noticed what they were doing or talking about). No, I mean bummer, eh darn…. Sorry.”