Archive for the 'Events 2008' Category

Organised by Action for Aids
The rising infection rates in many Asian countries is a case for concern and Singapore is no exception. What are we doing wrong? Are efforts to educate and change behaviour too low key? Do you know what the latest amendments to the Infectious Diseases Act mean?
Daniel Tung from Action for Aids [...]

Organised by sayoni

Ms. Constance Singam, current president of AWARE, Singapore’s leading advocacy group for gender equality, will shed some light on the place of queer women within the feminist movement. Where have we been?
She will speak about political and historical context, difficulties negotiating for respect and diversity, her personal experiences and the future.
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Organised by TheBearProject,

TheBearProject is a local gay community group where size matters. Our events aim to create a friendly environment where bears, cubs, “G-men” and other stocky and big-sized men – as well as the guys who love them – can hang out, exchange ideas and mingle. Founded in June 2007 by Ernest Yeo, [...]

Note: This is a private event, by invitation only, which will be checked against a register at the door.
Heartbreak heroes - Four Malaysians on surviving love, loss & a hostel in Singapore

Organised by Clarence
“The heart is the only broken instrument that works.” - T.E. Kalem

Prof. Farish A. Noor is Senior Fellow at the S. [...]

Organised by SgButterfly

From Son to Daughter, from Husband to Wife, from Daddy to Mummy, our speakers talk about their marriage. They finally be what they want, slightly later than others perhaps…
Date: Friday, 15 August 2008
Time: 7:30 pm
Venue: Post Museum
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organised by Alex Au
“Boys will grow up gay if there’s a dominant mother and absent father,” people still say. (And for girls, it’s vice versa). This hoary “explanation” still circulates when the evidence for it is zilch.
Few understand what science has discovered about the origins of sexual orientation - not just homosexual orientation, but sexual [...]

Organised by Kelly Then and Sayoni
“It’s so disgusting to see two men getting intimate!”
“Lesbian sex is unfathomable…”
“Homosexuals shouldn’t exist on this planet.”
Which of these statements is/are homophobic in nature?
AnJ Ho will take you inside homophobia, to find out from the perspective of research: What constitutes homophobia? What’s the profile of a typical homophobe like, and [...]

Totally Disorganised…. by Miak Siew
Don’t come dressed in pink. Don’t come with your friends. Don’t come with your family. Don’t come with your pets.
Or that’s what they say.
Join us as we paint the Botanic Gardens pink once again! Come in pink, bring a pink picnic mat, or even bring a pink feather [...]

Organised by Ng Yi-Sheng and Jasmine Seah
MDA rating: M18
ContraDiction, the oral festival of queer Singapore writing, comes back for the 4th annual season. Featuring poets Teng Qian Xi and Koh Jee Leong, blogger Adrianna Tan, playwright Jacke Chye, singer Iris Judotter and many more.
Date: Thursday, 7 August 2008
Time: 7:30 pm
Venue: 72-13
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Organised by Valentine Willie Fine Art and Post Museum
Open invitation to the opening of
Jimmy Ong: Ancestors on the Beach

Jimmy Ong is a well-known Singaporean artist, now working in the US, whose forte is his larger-than-life charcoal drawings.
Refreshments will be served.
Date: Thursday, 7 August 2008
Time: 7:30 pm
Venue: Post Museum
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