We have a date!

Posted on March 28th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2010. 2 comments

Come 15 May 2010, Singaporeans are invited to celebrate the Freedom to Love with Pink Dot once again.This year, Pink Dot honours kinship and family – in support and in recognition of our parents, siblings, relatives and friends of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Singaporeans.Growing up gay is never easy. But it is through the unconditional love, support and understanding of family members and friends that they are able to pull through; with the care, kindness and concern that sustains over periods of anxiety and hardship.

We believe that everyone inherently wants to feel accepted – like they belong. This is why family values matter greatly to Pink Dot.

Beyond the emotional and psychological well-being that strong familial ties can provide, family values also go towards affirming who we are as a community and as a nation: cohesive and compassionate.


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A Fabulous Line-up to Raise Fun at Fundraiser!

Posted on March 19th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2010. 3 comments

Local actors, dancers and DJs will perform at Pink Dot’s 28 March 2010 tea party to help raise funds for the May 15 event. So come have tea with us, be entertained by our line-up of stars, and support the Freedom to Love.


Emma Yong

Unquestionably one of the great actresses and vocalists in the local theatre scene, Emma was recently seen in Glen Goei’s film, The Blue Mansion. She is also well-known for being among Singapore’s favourite stage trio, the Dim Sum Dollies.

Hossan Leong

A popular stage and screen actor, as well as comedian, Hossan has appeared in numerous plays and television shows. He performs regularly with the Dim Sum Dollies and was also part of the Chestnuts series of plays. … Read More »

We’re gearing up for Pink Dot #2

Posted on March 9th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2010. 2 comments

and you can help by coming to our fundraising tea party

On 16 May 2009, a pink dot was formed on the little red dot of Singapore, when 2,500 fellow citizens turned up at Hong Lim Park to make a stand against prejudice and apathy. This year, it is our hope that this inspiring beacon of inclusiveness continue to shine – brighter and stronger than before.

You’re invited to our fundraiser

By purchasing tickets to the party, you’ll go some way towards helping us defray costs of staging Pink Dot this year. With entertainment provided by Hossan Leong, Emma Yong and Voguelicious, in a snazzy setting with luscious nibbles and refreshments courtesy of House, this fundraiser looks set to be a rollicking, fun-filled prelude to our main event in May.

So put on your party best (pink please) and bring all your bff’s (all … Read More »