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Watch: Promo Video for Singapore's 'Pink Dot' Festival Highlights Private Pain Caused by Homophobia


A new clip for Singapore's 'Pink Dot' festival highlights the private pain felt by LGBT people and their friends and family members caused by homophobia. The festival, in support of the freedom to love, is set to take place in Hong Lim Park on June 18.


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  1. Ahh great... Now I'm all verklempt. Pink Dot puts out some of the best equality videos year after year.

    Posted by: InLookout | May 17, 2011 7:56:24 PM

  2. Awww... Makes me proud to see this coming out of our generally authoritarian censored-up city state.

    Posted by: Zaihan Kariyani | May 18, 2011 6:14:36 AM

  3. Singapore is simply an amazing place filled with brilliant, open minds envisioning great things. But more importantly, there is love for family, the environment, and one's neighbor. Its only a short matter of time before hearts are changed and LGBT people are fully included and celebrated in this great little society.

    Posted by: Tigger | May 18, 2011 12:38:23 PM

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