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naiyak naman ako don!

but seriously, hope this spreads throughout asia and throughout the world.

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Tezuka Seigaku

i was here last year! 

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Niceyfemme

 I rarely see gays and lesbians here nga. When you see a local one, super discreet pa and you’ll only know when they speak and from their actions. Met one in Chinatown and I “confirmed” our suspicion when he exclaimed in cheerful voice  that Philippines already has Miss Universe and Singapore has none. Now when I’m in Orchar and meet gays who dress like women, most likely ibang nationality i.g. Thai or Pinoys. Philippines is much more open but it’s good they have this kind of campaign here. Oh back then my pinay friend and I was mistaken for lesbians… Read more »

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RAJO!

 Dear C!  This moved me to tears!  It is exactly the same sentiment I will be celebrating tom on my PINK Birthday party!  We will all miss you!  My dad even texted me!  Hijo. Pink shirt lang diba?  Not pants?  I was laughing so hard but I know what he meant and what this means to me!  Thank you for sharing this!  HUGS!
R!

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CVS Reply:

Happy birthday Raj :))

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 Singapore has gone a long from being a kampong and now almost a mega city. I admire this country so much because of its diversity and its multi culture. Considering Singapore is much more conservative in values since 90% of its citizens are Chinese, and yet they can open up themselves with such a sensitive issues such as Gay, Lesbianism, bisexual and transgender.  [Reply]Pinagiisipan Pa Ba Yan? Reply:May 18th, 2011 at 11:48 PM Did you know that homosexuality is technically a “crime” in SG?  Section 377A of the Penal Code of Singapore is the main remaining piece of legislation which criminalises… Read more »

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 Did you know that homosexuality is technically a “crime” in SG? 

Section 377A of the Penal Code of Singapore is the main remaining piece of legislation which criminalises sex between mutually consenting adult men.

Section 377A of the Penal Code (“Outrages on decency”) states that:
Any male person who, in public or private, commits, or abets the commission of, or procures or attempts to procure the commission by any male person of, any act of gross indecency with another male person, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 2 years.

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My relationship lasted four years and I was always afraid of holding my girlfriend’s hand out in public. I took us a trip to Hong Kong (where nobody knew us) to finally hold hands without being scared of being judged. I hope Manila (and the entire world) would be kinder to those who love beyond gender. 

Thank you.

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very touching and moving. one of the best posts here. Thanks Cecile =)

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 waaaaaah! so cute.

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Naiyak naman ako. You know, Cecile, until his death from AIDS just this April 14th, my dad never really came out for fear that he’d upset my grandmother and our family and friends. I’ve always known and accepted, loved and was even proud that my father was gay. I had only wished that he had the courage to accept, love and be proud of who he really was. Everyday, I witness prejudice towards members of the LGBT community, even in offices where people ought to be professional. And it honestly makes me so angry that people would choose to be… Read more »

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thank you for sharing.  I’m sure your dad is proud of you for accepting him for whoever he is.  = )

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Thank you, Joey.

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Addy Montero

im in Singapore but not aware of this. thanks for sharing.

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Ian Darric Reply:

 Let’s go! 🙂

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Hephephooray Reply:

I’m in Singapore too..same thoughts on one of the commenters of this video,  I wondered how the organizer of this event managed to persuade the “whoever” for approving  this event . SG gov’t usually suppresses freedom of speech and expression. Good thing nakalusot ‘to 🙂

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 Let’s go! 🙂

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Hephephooray

I’m in Singapore too..same thoughts on one of the commenters of this video,  I wondered how the organizer of this event managed to persuade the “whoever” for approving  this event . SG gov’t usually suppresses freedom of speech and expression. Good thing nakalusot ‘to 🙂

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Galileogirl

 Waaah, this made me cry! And you’ll be there for the celebration, lucky you. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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CVS Reply:

no i won’t be there. i’m going today.

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Very well made. Thanks for sharing, Ms. Cecile. 🙂

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NAKAKAIYAK! reposting.

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