Posts about Homosexuality & Society
How has homosexuality impacted Singapore?
How does homosexuality affect society?
How does homosexuality affect the family?
Is there really a “gay agenda”?
What are the objectives of the gay agenda?
Is homosexuality a human rights issue?
Shouldn’t homosexuals have rights, too?
By not accepting homosexuality, aren’t we being intolerant or discriminatory?
Isn’t discrimination against homosexual behaviour akin to racial discrimination?
What is Section 377A about?
Why does Section 377A still exist?
What could happen if Section 377A is repealed?
Why would same-sex marriages affect society?
How widespread is gay activism in Singapore?
What does the homosexual lifestyle look like in Singapore?
What is the Pink Dollar?
What are gay pride and LGBT events?
Isn’t Section 377A intolerant?
Why should Section 377A exist if homosexuality isn’t harming anyone?
Singapore is basically a conservative society. The family is the basic building block of this society. It has been so and by policy we have reinforced this and we want to keep it so…
We were right to uphold the family unit when western countries went for experimental lifestyles in the 1960s – the hippies, free love, all the rage, we tried to keep it out…I am glad we did that, because today if you look at Western Europe, marriage as an institution is dead. Families have broken down, the majority of children are born out of wedlock and live in families where the father and the mother are not the husband and wife living together and bringing them up. And we have kept the way we are. I think that has been right.
~ Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Parliamentary Report, 23 October 2007
When a nation is made up of devoted, responsible family units, the entire society is more stable, healthy and resilient.
~ Dr James Dobson, Family psychologist & Founder of Focus on the Family