Public Morality

S377A: Is Article 156 The Best Way Forward?

The Culture Wars in Singapore may have just been accelerated with the repeal of s377a and with Article 156 of the constitution shifting LGBT activists' attention fully toward the public square.Here's how we think this will affect Singapore society in the months and years to come.

8 Things To Ponder Concerning Govt’s Announcement To Repeal S377A

We've got questions on the process, logic and methods proposed when explaining what the government intends to do with S377A, and think things aren't as simple as they have been presented.

AWARE argues that LGBTQ Rights Don’t Impinge on Straight People’s Rights. They’re Wrong.

Ever heard arguments like "your kids won't become gay if my rights are recognised" or, "how does recognising gay marriage affect heterosexual marriage"?Here's why they're misguided and why the unmitigated effects of repealing of 377A will likely bring about sweeping changes.

S377A doesn’t discriminate against homosexuals. Here’s why.

Over the years, you've probably heard the common refrain, "377A unfairly discriminates against homosexual men".There's just one problem though... It doesn't.

S377A: Just a sin, not a crime?

We've commonly heard the refrain, "It's a sin, but it shouldn't be a crime".Is that true, though?This opinion piece takes a look at some of the common arguments for repealing S377A to see if they hold water.

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.

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 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.

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