Ever heard of “The Gay Agenda” by Ever Thought Of That?

Ever heard of, "Ever Thought of That?" We learnt a bunch and think it's worth a watch.

“Host Our Same-Sex Wedding”: What the Parkroyal Pickering Hotel Controversy Reveals

Are we beginning to see the beginning of forceful "bake-my-cake" activism even before the repeal of 377a?What does the Parkroyal Pickering incident show us about how the future of LGBT activism in Singapore will impact the freedoms of association, business, and even religious conscience?

The Cost of Decentralised LGBT Activism in Singapore

How will increasingly online LGBT+ activism in Singapore develop over time? Like many other movements, it’s poised to become more decentralised, more extreme and more pervasive. Regardless explores the implications.

The Ipsos Survey on Section 377A

Our Regardless Team previously critiqued the survey on LGBT+ attitudes and Section 377A, conducted by REACH, a department of the Ministry of Communications and Information. This time, we turn our attention to the Ipsos survey.

Elective Egg Freezing (Part 2): A Policy Ovary-action?

In Part 2 of our look at egg freezing, we look at whether the upcoming policy shift is at best therapeutic, or at worst, subversive of national efforts to build resilient young families.

Elective Egg Freezing (Part 1): Mum’s the Word on Children’s Rights

Elective Egg Freezing seems like an all-round win for women's empowerment. But what are the costs involved and who pays the price when reproduction is medicalised and we begin to play God.In this first of a two-part piece, Regardless explores the pros and cons of the policy shift and examines the cost of the new values landscape on children.

Surveying the REACH Survey on LGBT+ Attitudes and Section 377A

How did one little survey on Section 377A and the LGBT community cause so much fuss among netizens? Regardless breaks it down play-by-play, from the mysterious origins and curious circulation of the survey, to the ambiguously phrased questions which supported multiple interpretations.

Has Conservative Discourse on 377A Run Its Course?

Like many other places, social and moral norms are increasingly contested in Singapore. One site of such contestation is Section 377A. While arguments in favor of repeal have asserted identity and self-fulfillment based on SOGI, arguments in response have focused almost exclusively on the moral and social consequences of repeal, revealing conspicuous gaps in conservative discourse.The challenge and opportunity for conservatives of all creeds is to articulate a proper anthropology and address the deep search for meaning without descending into false utopianism or ideological dogmatism.