An aerial view of the Pink Dot gay rights rally held in Singapore on Saturday, attended by thousands. ‘Majulah Singapura’ is the nation’s national anthem. Photo: Pink Dot
An aerial view of the Pink Dot gay rights rally held in Singapore on Saturday, attended by thousands. ‘Majulah Singapura’ is the nation’s national anthem. Photo: Pink Dot
Singapore

Singapore’s Pink Dot gay pride rally returns, as MP from ruling party attends for first time – and in a pink T-shirt

  • After two years of Covid postponements, LGBT event returns, with excitement archaic law criminalising sex between men may be repealed
  • Lawmaker Henry Kwek from PAP among attendees with organisers saying his visit, first by a ruling party official, is ‘encouraging sign of progress’

An aerial view of the Pink Dot gay rights rally held in Singapore on Saturday, attended by thousands. ‘Majulah Singapura’ is the nation’s national anthem. Photo: Pink Dot
An aerial view of the Pink Dot gay rights rally held in Singapore on Saturday, attended by thousands. ‘Majulah Singapura’ is the nation’s national anthem. Photo: Pink Dot
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