A participant dances with a rainbow flag during last year’s Pink Dot event held at the Speaker's Corner in Hong Lim Park. Photo: EPA A participant dances with a rainbow flag during last year’s Pink Dot event held at the Speaker's Corner in Hong Lim Park. Photo: EPA
A participant dances with a rainbow flag during last year’s Pink Dot event held at the Speaker's Corner in Hong Lim Park. Photo: EPA

Pink Dot: Singapore LGBT rally to go ahead online despite huge petition against it, organisers say

  • The rally, which has been held in the city state since 2009, will be marked online this year in a live-stream amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus
  • More than 28,000 people have signed a petition calling for viewing to be restricted as it would expose children to ‘homosexuality as a lifestyle’

Topic |   Singapore
A participant dances with a rainbow flag during last year’s Pink Dot event held at the Speaker's Corner in Hong Lim Park. Photo: EPA A participant dances with a rainbow flag during last year’s Pink Dot event held at the Speaker's Corner in Hong Lim Park. Photo: EPA
A participant dances with a rainbow flag during last year’s Pink Dot event held at the Speaker's Corner in Hong Lim Park. Photo: EPA
READ FULL ARTICLE