Pledge your support for Pink Dot!

Posted on April 28th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2009, Pinkie. 3 comments

Simply copy and paste these codes into your own blog or website to show your support for Pink Dot and the freedom to love.


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Pink Dot featured on!

Posted on April 18th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2009, Press. No Comments


Posted on April 17th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2009, Pinkie. 19 comments

Do you support the freedom of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people to love? Then show your support by joining our smart mob at Hong Lim Park on 16 May, 4.30pm!

This is NOT a protest nor a parade, just a simple call for open-minded Singaporeans to come together to form a pink dot, of which aerial photographs will be taken. This pink dot is a celebration of diversity and equality, and a symbol of Singapore’s more inclusive future.

Venue: The field at Hong Lim Park
Date & Time: May 16 (Sat), 4.30pm
What to wear: Pink (caps, hats, glasses, sunglasses and accessories are recommended)
What to bring: Anyone who supports the freedom of LGBT Singaporeans to love

What to expect: Pink umbrellas will be provided with a donation; the human pink dot will be formed by around 5pm and a photograph will … Read More »


Posted on April 17th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2009. No Comments

Singaporeans to make a stand against prejudice and bigotry

Singapore, 17 April 2009 – All Singaporeans should have the freedom to love, regardless of their sexual orientation. With this belief, a group of like-minded volunteers are encouraging Singaporeans to gather at Hong Lim Park on 16th May 2009, in support for an inclusive Singapore – free of bigotry towards LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Singaporeans.

Through the event, Pink Dot Sg hopes to show that Singapore can be a better society if it breaks down the barriers to understanding. The event on May 16th will be Singapore’s first public showing of support for an LGBT cause. However, it is open to everyone – young and old, straight and gay.

The topic of homosexuality was last broached openly more than a year ago, during Parliamentary debates on Section 377A – the penal code … Read More »