Singapore’s LGBT Pride event, called Pink Dot SG, is under some severe restrictions from the local government, which has put some absurd conditions like not a single non-Singaporean should be part of the Pink Dot at Hong Lim Park. The organisers have no choice but to adhere to the rules, and will br creating a fence around the park to ensure no foreigner enters the park. But that hasn’t deterred the organisers from releasing a heart-warming video of LGBT singaporeans engaging in a one-on-one conversation with the public, and winning them over.
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