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Is Gender Just A Social Construct?

When Singapore's Science Centre planned a panel on the differences between gender and sex, it seemed like a chance for enlightening discourse. But as the event aligned with Pride Month and featured exclusively LGBT activists, concerns arose about promoting ideology over scientific debate. Are these discussions truly inclusive, or do they risk skewing public understanding? Dive into this controversial episode where ideology meets science and explore the implications for our perception of gender and sex.

The Science Centre Got a Drag Queen, a Queer Prof and a Transgender to School Us on Sex & Gender

When the Singapore Science Centre planned an event on sex and gender featuring only LGBTQ activists and advocates, public backlash was swift. Critics argued the forum would promote gender ideology, while LGBT activists claimed they were perfectly qualified. Regardless digs into the heart of the matter to uncover the truth. However, our research revealed more troubling, unanswered questions. What are the questions that nobody is asking? Read to find out.

LGBT Activists Attack Singapore Pastor Featured by RICE Media

Explores the contentious aftermath of RICE Media's interview with ex-gay Pastor Chang Tou Chen, who candidly discusses his transition from a 'gay lifestyle' to finding fulfilment in Christianity. Facing severe backlash and accusations of promoting conversion therapy, the RICE media's quick removal of the interview clip from social platforms raises questions about free speech and the influence of cancel culture.Dive into the complex interplay of media responsibility and societal reactions.

IPS Singapore Perspectives 2024: What’s all the fuss really about?

Want clarity on the whirlwind of controversy ignited by Senior Minister of State Dr. Janil Puthucheary's recent remarks on LGBTQ activism? This article delves into the fiery debate, dissecting media reactions, political repercussions, and societal implications. Understand the ripple effects through the conservative and LGBTQ communities and unravel the complexities of this heated discourse, where every word sparks a national conversation. Don't miss this incisive analysis at the intersection of policy, society, and activism.

An Exploration of TODAY’s Love for Drag

Drag shows in Singapore aren't new, but one at NTU CCA's 10th Anniversary has stirred controversy, and raised eyebrows over apparent journalistic activism.Dive into this article that goes beyond the headlines to explore the nuances of media reporting, and the role of journalism in shaping public perception.

Problematic Pronouns: How to Respond to Workplace Pressures

Facing pronoun pressures at work? 🤔 Dive into a few practical strategies to navigate this sensitive topic. Whether you're seeking to accommodate the requests of others without compromising your values, or needing to stand firm on your convictions, this article offers insights for everyone.

Problematic Pronouns: Resisting Their Cultural Takeover

Singapore's Preferred Gender Pronoun Movement: A beacon of inclusivity or a master manipulator of language and societal norms?Gender ideologues twist language and leverages societal pressure to champion a disputed, politically-charged ideology. By framing common sense as hate speech and pushing 'inclusive' language, it places a minority's demands for affirmation above basic reality.These tactics control cultural narratives, sidelining opposing views. Engaging in pronoun culture isn't just problematic—it endorses and amplifies its extreme stance, with harm to children's well-being, women's rights, and individual freedoms.

Will Article 156 of the Constitution Protect Singapore?

Singapore's Article 156 aims to protect the definition of marriage from a legal challenge, but can it withstand the global tide of change or will it crumble like a house of cards?Dive into the intricacies of this landmark legislation as we explore whether can withstand the test of time and legal scrutiny.

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