Daily Archives: 2011-06-19

LGBT communities are never homogeneous, and never will be

by: Bryan Choong We saw 10,000 people showing up to show support for PinkDot yesterday. Today the Facebook, Internet portals and mainstream press covered the event extensively. There was something else I saw in Hong Lim Park and it probably will not be picked up in any news. I saw some faces of anxiety. As I watched the people streaming …

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Pink Dot – hope of a more inclusive, open-minded Singapore

by: Otto Fong/ My friends, gay brothers gay sisters, straight brothers and straight sisters, welcome! My name is Otto Fong. Some of you may know me for publicly outing myself as a gay man while I was teaching in a secondary school. Thank you for being here! Because of you, we have made history again! This is the single largest …

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Hong Lim Park turns into a sea of Pink [UPDATED WITH PHOTOS]

Media release by the organisers of Pink Dot/ Over 10,000 pink-attired Singaporeans turned Hong Lim Park into a sea of pink, where they gathered – for the third year running – to form a giant pink dot in a show of support for inclusiveness, diversity and the freedom to love. This breaks Pink Dot 2010’s previous record for the largest …

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