It was meant to be Southeast Asia’s time in the sun this summit season. Events have transpired to rain on the parade of this fast-rising region.
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A Step Forward for LGBTQ Rights in Singapore, But a Long Journey Remains
02 September 2022
Singapore’s government plans to repeal a colonial-era ban on sodomy, while strengthening constitutional safeguards to forestall movement toward marriage equality. However important, decriminalisation alone will have limited impact on most LGBTQ Singaporeans’ lives absent wider societal and legal changes.