The homophobic violence in Russia (including two murders) which followed the enactment of laws prohibiting the promotion of ‘non traditional sexuality’ among minors resulted in outrage among LGBT groups all over the world. International protests have been organised to show solidarity … Continue reading
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On 24 August 2013, an event called “To Russia with Love” was held at Hong Lim Park, where some 100 or so Singaporeans came together to show our solidarity for the persecuted LGBT communities in Russia. Here is a video … Continue reading
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What is IDAHO? It stands for International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, which is marked on 17 May every year, to commemorate the World Health Organisation’s decision to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders in 1990. In Singapore, … Continue reading
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Homophobia refers to one’s feelings of fear, hatred or disgust towards homosexuals, and the prejudiced view that lesbians and gay men are wrong, immoral, sick or sinful. “I was walking out of the school one day towards the bus stop, … Continue reading
A number of the contributors to the ebook I Will Survive: Personal gay, lesbian, bisexual & transgender people in Singapore also have connections to our northern neighbour, Malaysia. To mark the 55th Hari Merdeka (Independence Day) on 31 August 2012, … Continue reading
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What is IDAHO? It’s nothing to do with the cult 1991 movie My Own Private Idaho directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Keanu Reeves and the late River Phoenix, although that film did have gay characters and themes. It … Continue reading
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IDAHO stands for International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia, and is marked every year on 17 May, to commemorate the World Health Organisation’s decision to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders in 1990. To commemorate IDAHO this year, … Continue reading