Section 377A of the Penal Code has been repealed after having taken an arduous 15 years and several legal challenges to do so.
And while the LGBTQ community celebrated, is this celebration a short-lived one as the government continues to “uphold and safeguard the institution of marriage”?
There is no doubt that Singapore will continue to recognise only the marriage between one man and one woman and the many policies rely on this definition. They include public housing, education, adoption rules, advertising standards and film classification.
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We discuss if this is a win-win situation for both the conservative and the LGBTQ communities or if the two should let bygones be bygones and move on to accept each other.