Pink Dot Supporting Freedom to Love and an LGBT Inclusive Singapore (VIDEO)

A campaign aiming to spread a message of tolerance, respect and acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens in Singapore released a new video this week with a powerful message.

The campaign group Pink Dot, a play on the fact that Singapore is often affiliated with a red dot, hold an event every year in Hong Lim Park where participants come dressed in pink and form a human pink dot to show support for LGBT citizens and celebrate inclusiveness.

Watch the great video designed to advertise the Pink Dot 2011 event below:

More from the Pink Dot press release:

On 18 June 2011, Singaporeans will, for the third year running, gather at Hong Lim Park to form a human pink dot in support of the belief that everyone deserves the freedom to love.

Organised by a pool of Singaporean volunteers, Pink Dot campaigns for diversity, inclusiveness, and works to foster understanding for the basic human need to love and be loved, regardless of oneʼs sexual orientation.


A campaign video, conceptualised and directed by award-winning filmmaker Boo Junfeng (Sandcastle, Cannes 2010), can be seen here:

Already, the video has garnered more than 34,000 views within 36 hours of its May 17 launch.

Boo, 28, said: “The social stigma that LGBT people carry is often overlooked when we talk about homosexuality. The freedom to love and the comfort of being yourself, things many LGBT people hope to have, are often taken for granted by straight people. Beyond the event on June 18, I hope the video will continue to empower and inspire empathy for LGBT people.”

Pink Dot spokesperson Paerin Choa said: “We believe that Pink Dot 2011 will take another step towards a more inclusive and cohesive Singapore. Past events have seen people from different walks of life come together for this event — young, old, straight, gay, families and friends. It is extremely heartwarming to know that Singaporeans believe in building a more tolerant and harmonious society.”

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Photo used under the Creative Commons Attribution License, with thanks to -Marlith-.


Peg M.
Annie A6 years ago

Beautiful. We are all human beings on this earth and need to be treated as such.

Lilithe Magdalene

Beautiful. Powerful. Made Me cry.

Sue Matheson
Sue Matheson6 years ago

thanks for this post

Alicia N.
Alicia N6 years ago

Great and Thanks.

Roxane Connor
Roxane Connor6 years ago


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Jenny Dooley6 years ago

Truly powerful - thanks Steve

Serge G.
Serge Grynkewich6 years ago

Wow! Good luck to those in Singapore who support this... You've got a right-wing, anti-gay government that is a product of the British colonial period. It's time you make some changes and this is a bold step in the right direction.

Suzie C.
Suzie C6 years ago

It would be nice to see this happen worldwide. Especially in Uganda.

Suzie C.
Suzie C6 years ago

Nicely done. I agree with Linda T. It's does need to go international. Especially to Uganda.

Adam G.
Adam G6 years ago

bulk kudos to these folks! I would be proud to be a part of this action.