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Gay Couple of 15 Years Challenges Singapore Law Criminalizing Homosexuality: VIDEO


Gary and Kenneth, together for 15 years, are involved in a court appeal challenging Singapore's S377A, a constitutional statute that criminalizes homosexuality. They are raising funds for their case via Indiegogo.

"We shouldn't be treated as criminals just because of our sexual orientation."

Check out their video, AFTER THE JUMP...

Gary & Kenneth - 15 years from Equality SG on Vimeo.

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  1. OMG, don't stop your fight for the right to love. Here in the USA we are fighting for marriage rights. We might be ahead of your situation, but still fight discrimination. Keep up the good fight.

    Posted by: Charles Strachan Gay Marriage in NV by 2011 | Apr 22, 2013 11:51:51 AM

  2. If Singapore as a nation want to be seen as a develop country or first world nation, it needs to be progressive when it comes to human right issues. All laws that criminalized minorities need to be abolish. If Vietnam is looking into legalizing same sex marriage, it's time for Singapore,a nation advance almost in every aspect but human rights, should come to it's senses.

    Posted by: bambinoitaliano | Apr 22, 2013 12:15:13 PM

  3. Right on guys! Keep on fighting!

    Posted by: Tom | Apr 22, 2013 12:19:15 PM

  4. Good guys! So moving. Keep fighting! You are doing it for all of us.

    Posted by: Geoff | Apr 22, 2013 12:21:31 PM

  5. Touching and inspiring. Keep fighting!!!

    Posted by: Mike | Apr 22, 2013 12:26:08 PM

  6. Best of luck Gary & Kenneth. I made a contribution to help you fight your fight. I hope many others will do as well.

    Posted by: Howard | Apr 22, 2013 12:32:43 PM

  7. Chewing gum is a criminal offense in Singapore, so how much more homosexuality.

    Posted by: Manny Espinola | Apr 22, 2013 12:37:58 PM

  8. they are pretty threatening with those haircuts, singapore GI Joes, LOL. A cute story, i think all officials of Singapore who attempt to enforce anti gay laws should be caned, i'm sure they would like that.

    Posted by: CD in DC | Apr 22, 2013 1:33:14 PM

  9. Think the guy in the front is a hottie! Keep fighting boys.

    Posted by: Frank | Apr 22, 2013 1:55:07 PM

  10. Nothing is going to change. The only reason this lawsuit is happening in Singapore and not China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan etc. is because the city was founded by the English and still has the residual effects of Western culture.

    Posted by: Billy Crytical | Apr 22, 2013 4:57:36 PM

  11. I hope that it works out for them! I am shocked that Singapore has this sort of law!

    Posted by: | Apr 22, 2013 6:25:53 PM

  12. Empathy is not encouraged in Asian countries or it is in a different way. That is, usually individuals serve the group (family, country, whatever) and not the other way around. Hope they have a change but for what I heard the supreme court declared (sort of) it is not its function to meddle with very well established social stances, ludicrous as it sounds.

    Posted by: SayTheTruth | Apr 22, 2013 10:29:48 PM

  13. Can there be any doubt that these two loving men have been inspired by the growth of American/Canadian freedoms and rights for gay people? What we do, what we accomplish matters.

    Posted by: UFFDA | Apr 23, 2013 1:31:27 AM

  14. Wow, 15 years! Good luck to both of them and to Singapore as well. Our neighbor is such a contradicting country in many ways. Just because it's a well developed country in economic wise, doesn't mean it fares well in human rights as well. They have so many stupid rules! But if this comes through, it's going to make a big impact throughout the region.

    Posted by: darkorient | Apr 23, 2013 9:39:52 AM

  15. LOL 15 year ago one was 13 and one was 25.

    Posted by: LOL | Apr 23, 2013 8:54:38 PM

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