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  1. gwyneth cornrow says

    Americans could learn a few things from their fellow humans in Singapore about how to expand love instead of imprisoning or killing it.

  2. says

    What a gorgeous sea of pink!!! Saturday was a great day to THINK PINK in Singapore! May that energy of inclusiveness spread far and wide so the horrors and injustices people around the world experience because of who they’re hard-wired to love fades away. And we can all celebrate in a sea of pink. SALUT!

  3. Bill says

    I can’t believe it’s been a year since the last pink dot celebration, it seemed like it was only a couple months ago. Gay people there need to demand their rights, celebrations are not enough.

  4. Dusty says

    This is much more effective that the typical gay pride. Gay pride is fun and all, but it’s not always family friendly and doesn’t always send out a message to the general public. I like the idea of celebrating love over celebrating sexuality.

  5. John says

    As far as I can see, every gay pride event in America is brought to us by Budweiser, Delta Airlines, and Chevron.

    It is not even a celebration of sexuality.

    It is a celebration of corporations.

  6. kriss says

    “The milestone event, held for the second time here, is organised by a group of local volunteers and aims to raise awareness and foster deeper understanding of the basic human need to love and be loved, regardless of one’s sexual orientation.”
    to raise awareness and foster deeper understanding of the basic human need to love and be loved…no matter who we are.

  7. Ed says

    I was there for this event. It’s so amazing — parents, children, pets, siblings, cousins — really refreshing to attend a “pride” event that’s so family-friendly.

    This should be the model for gay pride 2.0. Alter public’s perception that LGBT’s are just not some drunken-promiscuous-partiers and we can get a lot more done.

    Let’s hope that the organizers don’t sell itself out to merely capitalists endeavors and corporate sponsorships (i.e. parties parties parties)…

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