Due to upcoming amendments to the Singapore Penal Code, there's been a small debate about the necessity for Section 377A, which prohibits homosexual acts between men. You'll understand why, as law enforcement, I can't really comment on the rightness or wrongness of this provision publicly. But here's a link
to the campaign to repeal the section, if you're interested.
That being said, reading some of the letters going back and forth in the newspapers, I have to say this about a letter in today's TODAY morning paper:
You know that the remainder of the letter is going to go completely downhill to a really ugly place once you hit the paragraph that starts: "I am not against homosexuals; I recognise that they are as human and Singaporean as I am."
Sure, sweetie. Sure.