HAN HUI HUI: I POSTPONED MY MARRIAGE & PREGNANCY PLANS TO FIGHT FOR THE RIGHTS OF SINGAPOREANS!

Exactly two years ago, I posted this on Facebook:

“Now that I’m 21, I hope to have a daughter when I’m 23, sons when I’m 25 and 27 then one more daughter when I’m 29, provided if policies become pro-family.”

Things took a change one month later, a government agency decided to use taxpayers’ money to sue me for defamation when I was telling the truth.
Right now, I’m 23.

Instead of being a mother, I’ve decided to postpone my marriage and pregnancy in order to fight legal battles.

Don’t you think your wife should stay at home and take care of their children after they’ve given birth?

Before I was born, there were 2,623,736 Singaporeans but now, there are 3,343,030 Singaporeans when the birth rate is so low?

Mothers need to recuperate and breastfeeding is good for babies, isn’t it better for mothers rather than maids to take care of babies?

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