IndigNation 8: Defying Inequality / 3-25 Aug 2012

Over the last seven years, IndigNation’s firmly established itself as an annual showcase of the gay community’s multi-facetedness. From talks to film screenings to illicit mass runs and flash mob picnics, Singapore’s homegrown Pride season has celebrated the visible and not-so-visible aspects of our country’s sexual minorities. For its eighth season, we’re throwing the spotlight on our heritage – of things, situations and places that are special to Singapore’s gay community, which we’ve inherited from the gay and transgendered women and men who came before us.

Come learn about the history that beats beneath the skin of things which we hold dear – like our Sunday night parties and cruising spots of the past. Explore with us the art and the sleaze, the haunts and the hangouts which are our very own. So keep these dates free: 3, 4, 9, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 25 August! More information will be made available soon.

OVORIES {Our Very Own Residents, Immigrants, Expatriates in Singapore}: The OVORIES project is an online collection of anecdotes, stories and personal reflections of LGBT people in Singapore. If you have migrated or relocated to Singapore from another country, we are very interested to hear from you. We are hoping to know how is living, working or studying in Singapore similar or different for you as a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender person. Tell us if it has been better or worse off, if you are more privileged or being discriminated in one way or another compared to the country or city that you have come from. Share your experiences with people like us as a part of the transient and migrant voices of Singapore. You can either post your stories in the reply box on the OVORIES webpage or write directly to Do state your country of origin and anonymous entries are also welcome! (17 July 2012)


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