Archive for the '2008 posts' Category
For the fourth year in succession, Singapore’s LGBT Pride Season Indignation comes around. It begins tonight with an open house cocktail reception where our new project The Rascals Prize will be announced. Details of this prize will be provided at this site later.
The program for Indignation can be found at the Indignation website. It includes [...]
On 23 May 2008, Prof Emeritus Douglas Sanders finally got an opportunity to deliver his lecture that was originally meant for last August. He spoke at the National University of Singapore (NUS) which was hosting the annual conference of the Asian Law Institute (ASLI).
Last year, he was scheduled to deliver this lecture at the Institute [...]
People Like Us’ Alex Au spoke at a forum organised by a Roman Catholic lay organisation on 15 May 2008, titled What’s Wrong With Homosexual Acts? Part I: Viewpoints from Psychology and Societal Implications. It was the second of 4 weekly forums under the umbrella title A Christian Response To Same-Sex Attraction.
The other speakers [...]
An overview of the reception
The gala premiere of the film Wilde, a fundraiser for People Like Us’ Indignation Pride Season, was a great success. Organised by Fridae for Indignation, it was held at Lido Theatres on 13 May 2008 to virtually a full house.
Nominated Member of Parliament Mr Siew Kum Hong gave a short keynote [...]
Statement to the media, 9 May 2008.
On 8 May 2008, the Straits Times reported  that Chan Mun Chiong was charged with committing an act of gross indecency, i.e. under Section 377A of the Penal Code.
His offence, to which he apparently intends to plead guilty, was to have oral sex with a 16-year-old boy when [...]