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PM Lee: SG Open To All Sexual Orientation, Come Work In SG

PM Lee: SG Open To All Sexual Orientation, Come Work In SG

PM Lee did not surprise anyone when he said he does not know what 377A's exact wording was, but emphasised that everyone, no matter their sexual orientation, are welcome to work in Singapore. Although he did say that the 377A will not be removed, he did say that everyone knows the rules in Singapore, and it should not stop them from coming over to work.

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S'PORE WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS DIVIDED OVER LGBTQ, POLYGAMY, MUSLIM INHERITANCE ISSUES

3 hours before a media conference was to be held on Friday to announce a joint report on gender discrimination in Singapore to be submitted to the United Nations, the conference itself was cancelled without an inkling of information.

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THE WORLD HAS ENOUGH REAL PROBLEMS & PINK DOT AIN'T ONE OF THEM

Here is what I learned going to this years Pink Dot (my first) as a straight, Christian-raised, middle aged father. I'm not gay. I'm not an activist. I have no (pro or anti) LGBT agenda. I just figure the world has enough real problems. Pink Dot and what it represents ain't one of them.

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ASAS MUST APOLOGIZE FOR ASKING CATHAY TO REMOVE PINK DOT POSTER & CAUSING GRIEF TO LGBT COMMUNITY

At my first Pink Dot in 2013, I turned up at HLP in black, surrounded by a sea of pink. I've managed to get it right every year since. Advertising Standards Authority of Singapore (ASAS), on the other hand, is still getting it wrong.

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S'PORE GOVT ARE COWARDS FOR TRYING TO TAKE DOWN PINK DOT POSTER

I write to you today with a heavy heart. I have been and always will be a Singaporean Son. Someone who has done his part to play a constructive role in society. Having done my duty to the country in the highest capacity that I could. However, something that I have learnt as of late is that my country will never stand by me.

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SG LGBTQS REJOICE! MARRIAGE FOR HOMOSEXUALS NOW LEGAL IN TAIWAN!

14 judges in a Taiwanese legal panel have ruled that defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman in Taiwan's civil law is discriminatory against homosexuals, and violates constitutional guarantees of equal protection. They have asked for the government to amend the law within 2 years.

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GAY MAN TO GOVT: WE DON'T EVEN HAVE A SMALL LEGAL SPACE FOR SEX

Singaporeans are debating PAP Minister Josephine Teo's ludicrous claims that you only need a small space to have sex and to make babies. While most of you Singaporeans are having a field day poking fun at her gaffe, there is a group of Singaporeans who do not even enjoy such a small space. We are the LGBTQ community, we have no voice, we have no legal space to even have sex with the people we love.

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