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WHAT ABOUT ROY NGERNG?

Even then Roy exaggerated. PM Lee's lawyers had sent him a cease and desist letter, which said that PM Lee would sue Roy if he did not apologize and remove his offending post. Roy used the opportunity to muddy the water even more by saying he was being sued. If Roy really was being sued there and then the lawyer's letter would have just said we will see you in court instead of basically giving Roy a way out to avoid going to court by apologizing etc. Roy did post an apology as asked. But in the same breathe he also called for Singaporeans to attend the Return our CPF protest on June 7 and announced that he will continue to fight for all of us.

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GAY CATHOLIC: I AM ACCEPTED BY MY CHURCH

To all the bigots who used the bible as an instruction booklet for hating and discriminating us, shame on you. Your actions are akin to forging your parents signature to get what you want but can't. Stop yourselves from the greatest sin of all, stop hating god's creation and telling his children what is wrong or right; God is the judge, we have no rights.

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A CATHOLIC’S RESPONSE TO DR VINCENT WIJEYSINGHA

This however does not mean that we shun this extra-special people away. We still have to treat them justly as how we would treat anyone else. I belief that The Most Reverend William Goh is Sincere in his letter "that the Catholic church regarded each individual, regardless of their sexual orientation as being a child of God, “and is therefore worthy of love and respect”, and that the church also discouraged discrimination of any kind." Although some may not be as hospitable to the LGBT ppl, but however, this "some" does not represent the Catholic diocese of Singapore, those who are obedient to the Bishop are the people to represent the Catholics.

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THE CONSERVATIVES MARCH ON

The LGBTQ lobby used the annual Pink Dot to address 377A and acceptance of the LGBTQ community in society. Numbers at the event reflect its growing support. They however do not dominate the discourse as yet and the conservatives are raising their voices and backing each other up, not seen since the casino debate even. The PAP government would then become like other governments in the West, to maintain status quo until it becomes clear as a policy what the majority wants purely as a vote-pleasing exercise. Until then, the LGBTQ and the conservatives would try to outshout each other to give the impression that they represent the majority, and lobby for their interests.

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PASTOR: CHURCH MUST WORK WITH LIKE-MINDED GROUPS TO OPPOSE PINK DOT!

Last month, the NUS Centre for Asian Legal Studies at the Faculty of Law held a book launch for Mobilising Gay Singapore, which was written by law professor Lynette Chua. Citing the launch, Mr Khong said: “Every pastor should read this (book) to find out what our premier university is promoting. It’s clear the LGBTs in Singapore have been strategising for some 20 years to normalise homosexuality in our nation.”

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TOP 7 COMMON RELATIONSHIP MISTAKES GAY MEN MAKE

Open Relationships: While we may want to live interesting and experimental lives, the biggest mistake a Gay couple can make is having an open one. You would assume that what you have is enough to make it work, but when you feel like you need more than what you have, it borders problems. You and your partner risk the trouble of falling in love with someone else, having chemistry he might prefer over yours, or risk putting the whole relationship out to dry. While threesomes may be a bit more optional, Open relationships just don’t seem to be the way to go about things and is probably the number one reason Gay relationships don’t work. Sometimes when a relationship doesn’t work its time to move on. Don’t recycle something you’re not going to use again and use OPEN as an excuse.

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GAY PESPECTIVE: CHOOSING YOUR CONDOMS

Condom fatigue has set in and we have collectively become terribly bored of this rolled up piece of latex safety that is often between us and the bareback sex that we so often fantasise about. Sex is already clumsy enough, a tangling of limbs and emotions, that having to deal with that irritating condom wrapper that just won’t tear or rolling it down onto your cock only to have the sensation squeezed out of your shaft just isn’t cutting it anymore. It is no wonder that some of us are getting our guard down and STI incident rates are on the rise.

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THE UNOFFICIAL NUS GAY FRESHIES ORIENTATION CAMP 14/15

Wondering how life would be like being gay, lesbian, bi, transgender, queer or questioning (add asexual, pansexual, demisexual and any other non-heteronormative identity that you might identify with) in NUS? Want to make some friends who are also LGBTQA or are straight allies? Just tired of the hetero-normative activities in the other freshmen (how sexist!) camps and want to participate in something more inclusive? Here's the answer: Qrientation!

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GAY SINGAPOREAN: ARCHBISHOP WILLIAM GOH IS A HYPOCRITE

The archbishop is already contradicting himself and discriminating against LGBT Singaporeans when he states that, "This kind of lifestyle should not be promoted by Catholics as it is destructive to society and contrary to Christian values, which are life-giving and fruitful. He is being hypocritical when he does nothing to decry adultery, premarital sex and having sex with a menstruating woman.

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