Sexuality, Illness and Disability

Moderator: Tony Toni (Philippines)


Theresa Goh (Singapore)

Fiona Tan (Singapore)

Evan Mutrie (Canada)

About Theresa Goh

Theresa Goh is a Paralympic Swimmer from Singapore. She represented her country internationally for 20 years before retiring end of 2019. Theresa was the first female Singaporean swimmer to qualify for the Paralympics in 2004. She finally clinched a bronze medal in the 100m breaststroke SB4 category, at the Rio Paralympics. She is advocate for LGBTQ rights especially in Singapore, but also aims to be a voice for other causes that speak to her. Theresa identifies as a queer athlete with disability and strongly believes in the importance of seeing the ability in a person without erasing their disability.