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OPPORTUNISTIC LAWRENCE KHONG, LEADER OF WEAR WHITE CAMPAIGN SAYS "PRAY FOR ORLANDO"

Sorry but you don't get to pray for us Lawrence Khong. Your systematic hate campaign against the the LGBT Community in Singapore is well documented and disqualifies you from doing so.

Apart from your persistent sermons from the pulpit, we remember how you ambushed Mr Goh Chok Tong in 2013, demanding that his government defended S377a. In 2014, you published an astroturfing guide on how to retain S377a, a leaked seven-page document teaching people how to write to Ministers to keep Section 377A. This was was followed in 2015 by your collaborating with the We Will Wear White Campaign, which you proudly made your own in 2016.

How opportunistic of you to claim now that you are praying for Orlando!? If you are recanting, we need an apology. If not, your hypocrisy makes us want to vomit!!

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FCBC PASTOR: CHRISTIANS SHOULDN'T JUDGE LGBT PEOPLE FOR THEIR SINS, WE ARE ALL SINNERS

My heart was deeply grieved by the ruthless terrorist killing in Orlando. A chilling report portrayed the sense of finality and hopelessness in the crime scene. Bodies of over forty people were strewn all over the floor. This may deepen the wounds of rejection within the community and if any of us Christians feel that they deserve to die because of their sin, we must think again. The Bible tells us that ALL of us deserve to die because of our sins. There is no reason for further alienation. Instead, this is a time for compassion, love, and healing.

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CHRISTIANS TURN UP IN WHITE ATTIRE TO STAND UP FOR TRADITIONAL FAMILY UNIT

Over the past 2 days, large groups of Christians dressed in white were spotted in the areas of Suntec City and Marine Parade. This symbolic act is part of a campaign by Christian pastor Lawrence Khong from Faith Community Baptist Church (FCBC), who called on his congregation and Love Singapore Network churches to don white for their services this weekend.

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THOUSANDS OF CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS TO WEAR WHITE IN OPPOSITION TO PINK DOT

Christians will be dressed in white this weekend for their church services in support of the traditional family unit, a move that many see as a statement of opposition to the gay-rights themed annual Pink Dot, which takes place tomorrow. A group of Muslims will likewise wear white when they go to the mosques next week for Ramadan prayers.

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IKEA RECONSIDERING SUPPORT FOR ANTI-GAY PASTOR MAGIC SHOW

IKEA Singapore said today that it is reconsidering its support for a magic show staged by senior pastor Lawrence Khong who is an outspoken critic against homosexuals. Gay rights groups had protested a move by the company to lend support to the show after an advertisement showed that the retailer's membership programme, Ikea Family, is one of the supporters of Khong's magic show in July.

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APPLE CEO CONFESSES HE'S GAY, CAUSES CRISIS IN FCBC

Yeshu Aini, a local religious person, said: “My entire life is in disarray. I have all along been an Apple fan and bought the iPhone 5 and 6 that were developed under Tim Cook’s charge. Therefore, I have been directly contributing to sin by financing it and this has allowed homosexuality to thrive.” “No wonder this latest 5.5-inch iPhone 6 feels so good in my hands. It is because this is the average length of the male anatomy.”

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FORMER STRAIGHT MAN: I ENJOY GOING TO GAY CLUBS IN TANJONG PAGAR!

Every gay man has a coming-out story, but I believe in a coming-out place, a place which links us to our rite-of-passage point at Tanjong Pagar; a place which reminds us that, before our collective memory in the gay space of Tanjong Pagar, we each have a space that is unique to our own gayhood.

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WORKER HAS NO RIGHT TO CLAIM EXTRA PAY IF "FORCED" TO RESIGN

Workers who say they are forced to quit after their employer makes life unbearable should not expect to get any extra compensation other than that guaranteed in their contracts. This is the norm in typical cases of "constructive dismissal". And workers will have to show proof of actual loss stemming from the dismissal, such as mental or emotional duress, if they hope to get extra damages. The top court in Singapore made this clear in dismissing former Robinsons employee Lawrence Wee's appeal against the High Court, which had rejected his claim for damages after he argued that he had been pushed out by his employer.

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BOOK READING EVENT: LET'S READ TOGETHER!

Bring your child and his/her favourite books down to the National Library atrium (outdoor area, near the Hanis cafe), where we'll all be reading together. Copies of And Tango Makes Three and Who's In My Family? will be available to share. If you have copies to share, please bring them along too. And if you have a stuffed toy penguin, do bring it along too. <(")

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