I refer to “Pink Dot goes on without a hitch” (June 28, online) and other reports that noted the record turnout at the event amid opposition from religious groups.
It is important that everyone accepts and respects one another despite our differences. I have many friends, including some I recently met, who are LGBTs (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders), and I accept and respect them for who and what they are.
This year’s Pink Dot event saw about 26,000 people turn up in support of it — a record number.
I wonder if the event is one that is just asking for acceptance and tolerance for all LGBTs or if it has become one that is promoting the LGBT lifestyle, because there is a difference between the two.
ACE KINDRED CHEONG