Legalisation of Same-Sex wedding in Singapore and Repeal of area 377A “We, the residents of Singapore, pledge ourselves as one united country, irrespective of competition, language or faith, to build a society that is democratic centered on justice and equality, to be able to attain pleasure, success, and progress for our country” — Singapore’s pledge. Presently, same-sex wedding is unlawful in Singapore. Section 377A of this Penal Code, which goes back to when Singapore had been a british colony, also states that “any male one who, in public places or private, commits, or abets the payment of, or procures or tries to procure the paymentRead More →