The Pink colour that is changing Singapore

Photo: Pink DotSG

International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association says that more than 70 countries do not allow gay sex relations, as they are considered crime.

Singapore prime minister Lee Hsien Loongalso stated that Singapore is “not that liberal”.

Pink Dot SG is the cultural event dedicated to minorities in Singapore, where Queer comunities feel suported and represented by the society. This event also count with the presence of some members of current govermenent. On the same event, on june 2019, the “Pink Dot” demanded a repeal for the Law Section 377A.

Recent studies confirm that more than 60% of Singapore society agree with gay sex .

A new fresh breeze for this part of the world!

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Francisco Lacerda

Francisco Lacerda

Francisco Lacerda born in Lisbon, Portugal. Francisco is a Queer Art culture critic and director of Pois. He is a specialist in luxury and art, and writes for Pois since 2018.

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