What better way to spend the long Good Friday and Easter weekend than to spread some love? This was exactly what our ambassadors Sharon Au, Lim Yu-Beng and Kumar did – touring the various clubs over the weekend to share their support for the freedom to love.
It was a rollickin’ four nights at Play, Taboo, Butter Factory and Avalon for the ambassadors as they mingled with club-goers and shared their reasons for supporting Pink Dot 2012. The clubs were packed with clubbers and supporters who welcomed the news of the new sunset event, culminating in the formation of the first-ever Night Pink Dot.
After the launch of the Pink Dot Ambassadors’ Video 2012, Sharon, Yu-Beng, and Kumar hosted quizzes to give away some cuddly Pink Dot plushies! To all those who snapped up our cute plushies – a big THANK YOU! … Read More »
Pink Dot is back for 2012!
Last year, over 10,000 Singaporeans and PRs stood for the freedom to love, and be loved, regardless of one’s sexual orientation. This year, Pink Dot is made a little extra special – find out more this Easter weekend!
We will be premiering our Pink Dot 2012 Launch Video at the following parties, say hi!
Thursday 5 April
TwoQueens, Blushing Bunny Party @ PLAY
Friday 6 April
Saturday 7 April
MisMatch9, Spring Fling @ Butter Factory
Sunday 8 April
Can you guess which Celebrity Ambassadors are making a stand for Pink Dot this year?
PINK DOT PLUSHIES
This little plushie charmed our socks off when it appeared in the Pink Dot 2011 video. Now you can take home a little piece of Pink Dot at its cutest and cuddliest. Proceeds will go towards fundraising for Pink Dot 2012. … Read More »
Pink Dot started out as a grassroots initiative at a town hall meeting. In November 2008, some 20 people responded to an open call for ideas. Over drinks at a bar, they shared their ideas and views on putting together a Speakers Corner event in support of LGBT Singaporeans.
What transpired were two consecutive years of social campaigns that have reached thousands of Singaporeans, straight and gay.
In 2009, the inaugural Pink Dot event drew a 2,500-strong crowd to Speakers Corner. It was, then, the largest … Read More »