Same-sex marriage #Lovewins
Same-sex marriage is defined as a union between two people who are of the same gender or biological sex. Since 2001, ten nations and other jurisdictions have made this type of union legal. However, Section 377A of the Penal Code (Singapore) criminalises sexual acts between men, including consensual and private activities. Singapore does not legalise same-sex marriages, of which some discriminate against. We hope to achieve total equality in this aspect of one’s sexuality.
we aim to legalise and to reduce marginalisation of the LGBT community. There should be more organisations backing LGBT rights, like The Free Community Church, a non-denominational church which welcomes all people regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or economic status. We hope to raise awareness of the LGBT community locally, and we aim for Singapore to be more supportive of the prospect of homosexuality, and consequently legalise gay marriages in Singapore.