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70 YR OLD FLORIST SUED TILL BANKRUPTCY FOR NOT SUPPORTING GAY CUSTOMER’S WEDDING

Stutzman is the Washington florist who has been sued for living out her Christian beliefs. In 2013, a long-time friend and customer came to her flower shop and asked her to provide flowers for his gay wedding. Stutzman had known this man and had done business with him for about nine years. Nevertheless, she told him that she could not participate in his wedding "because of my relationship with Jesus."

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[EXPOSED] CONFESSIONS OF A GAY SAF OFFICER

I’m an officer with the saf. And I am gay. I was being investigated by the MSD for allegations of “bringing disrepute to the saf” by visiting a gay club earlier last year, and further, being penalized by confessing I am gay. I was deemed a security threat, had my security clearance downgraded, transferred to a non-ops unit and my promotion stalled among all the ridiculous “measures” to “manage” me. The most humiliating thing was to sign a form which basically says i can’t be gay & to refrain from engaging in any homosexual activities.

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GAY PEDOPHILE SEXUALLY ABUSED 30 BOYS & KEPT 2,000 VIDEOS OF THESE SEX ACTS

Yap Weng Wah, a 31 year old Malaysian quality assurance engineer admitted to preying on 31 young boys aged between 11 and 15 over a three year period. This was one of Singapore's worst case of sex crimes against young boys. After one of the boys made a police report, police who raided his home were shocked to find more than 2,000 homemade video clips in his laptop.

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OPEN LETTER TO MOE: CEASE THE HIRING OF MALE GAY TEACHERS

Does MOE and her respective schools have any safeguards to ensure that our school grounds do not become a hunting ground for these sexual predators? I hope our Education Minister Mr Heng Swee Keat has not turned a blind eye to these incidents and I hope he can set a proper directive and address this issue before parents lose trust in our educational institutions.

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YALE-NUS GRAPPLES WITH SINGAPORE’S ANTI-GAY SECTION 377A

In recent months, campus discussion regarding freedom of expression at Yale-NUS has been focused on Singaporean laws limiting free speech. But on Wednesday when, Singapore’s highest court upheld a law — Section 377A — criminalizing sex between men, questions arose regarding whether students at Yale-NUS are free to explore their sexual orientation.

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GAYS WHO WANT SECTION 377A REPEALED CAN WAIT LONG LONG

There is no point in contesting any of this, guys, straight or otherwise. We’ve got a long way to go before we even reach AWAREness standards. But for gay men, how about taking it one step at a time? Challenge the mandatory jail time on 377A. Get it knocked down to a fine per time. You see, it adds up. Take it as a tax for making the government tlose potential GST-paying, CPF contributing citizens.

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LGBT GROUPS: WE DISAGREE WITH THE COURT’S INSISTENCE ON MAKING GAY SEX A CRIME

Community groups representing the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community on Thursday (Oct 30) called the ruling by the Court of Appeal on Section 377A of the Penal Code "a narrow interpretation" and "unacceptable". This comes a day after the nation's highest court ruled that a law which criminalises sex between men is constitutional, and did not infringe on the rights of the people who filed two separate appeal - Kenneth Chee Mun-Leon, Gary Lim Meng Suang, and Tan Eng Hong.

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NUS LAW DON WALTER WOON & PROF TOMMY KOH CROSS SWORDS OVER ANTI-GAY SEX LAW

The subject of universal human rights took a local turn at a university forum on Tuesday night, with two top lawyers disagreeing over whether an anti-gay sex law should be done away with. National University of Singapore (NUS) law don Walter Woon said he was in favour of repealing the law because of what he sees as a "constitutional problem". NUS Centre for International Law chairman Tommy Koh agreed that the provision should in principle be done without, but said abolishing it was "not so simple" given potential political pushback. A majority of Singaporeans were against a repeal going by opinion polls, Prof Koh said.

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MOE JC TEACHER JAILED FOR SEX WITH 14 YR OLD BOY HE MET ON FB

A junior college teacher who engaged in sexual activity with a 14-year-old boy he befriended on Facebook was jailed for 25 months yesterday. Physics teacher Paul Tan Sze Aik, 37, admitted to three charges with three other offences, including having obscene films, taken into consideration during sentencing.

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GAY MEN SEEKS TO DECRIMINALIZE HOMOSEXUAL SEX

The law that criminalises sex between men should be modified so that it does not apply to private acts between consenting adults, the lawyer for a gay couple argued in the Court of Appeal on Monday. Senior Counsel Deborah Barker, representing Mr Gary Lim, 46, and Mr Kenneth Chee, 39, said her clients are not asking for affirmation that male homosexual conduct is acceptable in Singapore.

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