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Government can easily keep 377A while showing that they “listened to the people”

Let’s think about the timeline of events: 6 Sept – India repeals Section 377, a colonial-era law that criminalised consensual adult gay sex. 6-8 Sept – Singapore’s veteran diplomat Tommy Koh says he “would encourage our gay community to bring a class action to challenge the constitutionality of Section 377A”. IPS Director and (more relevantly) Chief of Government Communications Janadas …

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Take responsibility in your votes, don’t be just keyboard warriors

Interesting to see posts comparing Singaporeans and Malaysians especially in relation to the recent Malaysia General Election. One thing I need to address is we have too many keyboard warriors. Why? Times like now when victory is secured because they can unite and make their voices heard… while us? I said us. We would only complain to humans around us …

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