Everyone should have the freedom to love, regardless of sexual orientation. But fear, ignorance and prejudice often stand in the way. At Pink Dot, we believe the first step to overcoming these barriers is for open-minded segments of society to come together. If you too feel that LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) people deserve to express their love just like any other Singaporean, please join us at Hong Lim Park on 30 June 2012.
"Find out what are some of the realities of being lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) in Singapore, and the yearnings for a more enlightened future.
Notes: Positive representations of LGBT people are disallowed or heavily restricted in newspapers, magazines, radio, television and film in Singapore; 377A is the section of the Singapore Penal Code that criminalizes sex between male adults.
For more info, check the pinkdot video 2011, 2010 and 2009 at Hong Lim Park. Its bigger and bigger dot every year. Do you wanna be a part of this to support freedom to love? For more info, please check http://pinkdot.sg
Hong Lim Park located not too far from Chinatown (NE4) or Clarke Quay (NE5), from People's Park Center just cross then walking straight forward to Clarke Quay, you can find Hong Lim Park at the Bus stop B05059 (Bus services are CT28, 2, 12, 33, 54, 147 and 190).
It is not about gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender event. all singaporean, PR and foreigner (staright or not) who support freedom to love, who support their family member, who support human rights and who support a peaceful movement, join there at Hong Lim Park. Every family bring their children, their parent even their pet to join this event. This year, bring your pink stick to Hong Lim Park on 30 June 2012 at 6 PM, be a part of Pinkdot movement, freedom to love at Singapore. Be there!
Updated: Pinkdot 2012