WHY DOES PAP GOVT ALLOW GAY CRUISE TO OPERATE IN SINGAPORE?

I am surprised that the government is allowing a gay cruise to operate from Singapore. Take a look at this:

http://atlantisevents.com/Singapore-to-Hong-Kong-Cruise/40#overview

It’s a cruise to Hong Kong for 2000 gays, departing from Singapore at the end of this month.

I don’t think such activities should be welcomed in Singapore. It reflects a contradiction to our penal code 377A, which is against sex between men.

On one hand, the government says 377A is preserved to reflect the conservativeness of the Singapore society but on the other hand, it allows such cruises to operate freely in Singapore. What for? For economic gains?

Isn’t this hypocritical of the government? The government can’t have the pie and eat it.

More information about the cruise:

​http://atlantisevents.com/

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