Thursday, April 30, 2009
Singapore's Pink Dot on May 16
Gay and lesbian Singaporeans, and friends and supporters, are being asked to come out on Saturday, May 16, to form a human Pink Dot at the field at Hong Lim Park. This is NOT being promoted as a protest, but a coming-together of all like-minded Singaporeans to show support for the freedom to love for all GLBTI Singaporeans.
All attendees are asked to wear something pink, and the objective is to take some ariel photographs to highlight the support for GLBTI Singaporeans to have the freedom to love. This Pink Dot is to be a celebration of diversity and equality, and a symbol of Singapore's more inclusive future.
Orange Ribbon supports this legal event to be held at the only location in Singapore where it is legal for public assembly and public discussion without requiring governmnet approval.