A kiss between two male actors in the musical Les Miserables in Singapore has been removed from the show, after complaints from the public.
Singapore's vocal Christian community has also expressed its opposition to events such as Pink Dot and support for what it calls traditional family values.
It doesn't really matter what I think about this. What counts is that the people of Singapore don't want Gay rights. It's their country, it's their decision.
When Gays get new rights like the right to marry and people object to it, their standard reply is, "We have the right. Deal with it."
Maybe they do - here (and maybe they shouldn't), but not in other countries. So my response to the Gay community regarding Singapore (and other countries) is: Those countries have the right to ban homosexuality. Gays will have to deal with it.