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  1. Sexual Offenders will Face Tougher Punishments for Sex Crimes Written ByShawn Ambrose If crimes involving sexual misconduct or assault seem like they’ve been on the rise lately, well, that’s because they have. The number of reported cases of outrage of modesty has shot up by 24% from 2016 to 2020, as compared to 2011 to 2015. Public backlash against leniency towards students at elite universities who commit sex crimes has compelled the authorities to review the laws in place to deter such acts. Earlier this year, Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam said offenders of sex crimes will soon face tougher punishments. “An offender will not receive a lighter sentence simply because he has higher educational qualifications, or has better prospects in life,” he said at the time. Now, the legislation has finally been passed. Sexual Offenders will Face Tougher Punishments for Sex Crimes Parliament passed a bill yesterday (13 Sep) to toughen penalties for certain sexual offences. As part of the “Criminal Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill”, the penalties for three sexual offences will be increased, namely: Outrage of modesty or molestation Sexual activity carried out in the presence of a minor aged between 14 and 16 or showing them sexual images, Sexual activity carried out in the presence of a minor aged between 16 and 18 or showing them sexual images Outrage of modesty, previously punishable by up to two years in prison, will carry a penalty of up to three years’ imprisonment now. The maximum jail terms for the other two offences will also be increased from one to two years. Expanding Scope of Other Sexual Offences The new bill includes another amendment to the penal code, which will expand the scope of certain offences and defences. One such offence is deceiving a victim into giving sexual consent by lying about the use of any sexually protective measure or being infected with any sexually transmitted disease (STD). The offence will now cover deception about the risk of the victim contracting an STD too, such as lying about whether one’s STD is transmissible through sexual activity. Clarifying Terms Related to Child Abuse Material & Necrophilia Under the new bill, terms relating to “child abuse material” and “abusive material” will also be clarified. At the moment, this is defined as “material depicting minors’ breasts, or their genital or anal regions, in circumstances which reasonable persons would consider offensive”. Now, the body parts exhibited in this material may be either “exposed or covered”. Under another clarification, the offence of sexually penetrating a corpse will become gender-neutral. Previously, the law only prohibited a man from penetrating a corpse’s vagina, anus, or mouth with his penis. Now, all forms of penetration of a corpse will be punishable. Modernising Legal Terms As you may have noticed, some laws sound like they were written a thousand years ago, due to the archaic language. Well, this bill aims to address that too. Words like “wantonly” and “malignantly”, for example, will be replaced with ones that are more easily understood, such as “rashly” and “intentionally”. All these laws will certainly help protect victims in court, ensuring that their abusers are properly dealt with.
  2. Shin Min Daily News 新明日报 Man molest man! A middle aged man was charged for hiding in a male's toilet and subsequently molesting a 29 year old man. The molested 29yo man was using the toilet at HDB Hub Toa Payoh when he met the molester. The molester not only watched him from the opposite cubicle, and also molested his legs by touching them through the gap below the partition. The 29 year old man was shocked and ran out of the toilet immediately. This molest case occurred in 19 Nov 2004, at around 6:30pm at Toa Payoh HDB Hub. The molester was a 44 year old man named Hong Ya Sai. He is a computer promoter. He was charged this morning in court. Hong Ya Sai was wearing a blue T-Shirt and was medium built. He faced a charge for molestation and another for peeping. He is out on bail of S$12,000. The case will be adjoured to 24 Oct 2005. According to the courts, the molestation happened at the 3rd level toilet of Toa Payoh HDB Hub.
  3. https://globalnews.ca/news/8164763/china-ban-sissy-men-effeminate/ China bans ‘sissy’ and ‘effeminate’ men under new macho media rules By Josh K. Elliott Global News Posted September 3, 2021 8:35 am Updated September 4, 2021 5:08 am View image in full screen Singer/actor Roy Wang Yuan of boy group TFBoys performs during his first solo concert 'Yuan' at Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre on August 31, 2019 in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province of China. CG/VCG via Getty Images Share this item on Facebook Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email Macho, macho man. China wants to be a country of macho men, and it’s trying to make that happen by banning “sissy” boybands and “effeminate” males from all media in the nation. Broadcasters must “resolutely put an end to sissy men and other abnormal esthetics,” the National Radio and TV Administration wrote in a new set of rules released Thursday. It also used the term “niang pao,” an insult for effeminate men that means “girlie guns.” Read more: China’s censors to establish do-not-play list of ‘illegal’ karaoke songs The new rules call for broadcasters to enforce a “correct beauty standard” and to boycott “vulgar” internet celebrities and celebrations of wealth, while promoting “traditional Chinese culture, revolutionary culture and socialist culture.” They also ban all “idol audition shows” and recommend blacklisting anyone who has broken the law or offended public morals. Story continues below advertisement Additionally, the rules say that broadcasters should avoid airing anything that is “overly entertaining.” The Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda department announced the new media masculinity rules on Thursday, in its latest effort to police morality through censorship. President Xi Jinping has essentially pledged to Make China Great Again with a “national rejuvenation,” which he is trying to pull off through strict control of all business, education, culture and religion in the country.
  4. Arrested exec shared drugs in F&P flat 18 June 2006 By ADAM DUDDING Graham Ball, the former Fisher and Paykel executive arrested in a Singapore drugs bust, was sharing drugs at a flat paid for by F&P when police swooped, say charge sheets released to the Sunday Star-Times by the Singapore courts. Ball, 45, and local man Lim Kim Hui, who is in his late 20s, were charged with trafficking, consumption and other drug charges after police found 2.25g of methamphetamine and 1.19g of ketamine in Ball's company flat. Urine samples from the men tested positive for drugs. Ball has continued to live at the flat since he was released on bail a week after his March 31 arrest, but a Fisher and Paykel spokesman in New Zealand said he would leave the flat when its lease expired in a few days. Ball's lawyer, Harbajan Singh, said the company fired Ball from his post as Singapore general manager soon after his arrest. He said Ball had "lost everything". "He was earning good money, he was number one running operations here. It's hit him very bad." Ball's $S100,000 ($102,000) bail was paid by his brother, who flew to Singapore after being told of the arrest by the New Zealand government. The two trafficking charges against Ball, each carrying a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and 15 strokes of the cane, have since been replaced with possession charges in a plea bargain arranged by Singh. Singh said Ball, who is originally from Te Puke, in the Bay of Plenty, was likely to face a sentence of about nine months in prison plus fines. He will next appear in court on June 29. News of the arrest came as Singapore's prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, arrived in New Zealand for an official five-day visit. Prime Minister Helen Clark yesterday refused to comment on Ball because his case is before the courts. She would not say if she would raise the matter with her Singaporean counterpart during his visit. A Fisher and Paykel spokesman in New Zealand said the company was "shocked" when Ball was charged, but he declined to comment on whether its reputation in Singapore had suffered as a result
  5. OnlyFans to ban content showing 'sexually explicit conduct' LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - OnlyFans, the online subscription platform known for adult content, will prohibit users from posting any material containing "sexually explicit conduct," the company said on Thursday. The London-based company said in a statement that the changes, which will go into effect Oct. 1, were to comply with the requests of its banking partners and payment providers. "In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of the platform, and to continue to host an inclusive community of creators and fans, we must evolve our content guidelines," OnlyFans said. It said it would allow creators to post content containing nudity if it was consistent with OnlyFans' policies. The site, which was founded in 2016 and has boomed in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic, says it has 130 million users. OnlyFans also this week said it was launching a new streaming platform and app called OFTV on which creators can share video content on topics such as fitness, cooking, comedy and music.
  6. Updates on the Big 6 pageants Miss Universe Miss World Miss International Miss Earth Miss Supranational Miss Grand International Let's discuss the winners of each national pageant, scandals, news and anything that is new to the world of pageants
  7. Muscly Japanese men fill stock photo site with hilarious poses in unusual settings Oona McGeeyesterday Muscle Plus has the perfect “macho man” image for your all-important presentation. Late last year, a new free-to-use stock photo site burst onto the scene, making jaws drop and touchpads scroll to enlarge with its image collection of buff, muscular men. The site, called Muscle Plus, is the brainchild of buff model Akihito, who says he found a gap in the market for free-to-use images of “macho” men. He decided to solve the problem with a few images of himself, before adding other men with similarly built physiques to the collection, and now the online stock photo site has grown to include even more men…and even more interesting scenarios. ▼ The models in the photos belong to the performance group “All Out”, named after the phrase “go all out”, which is often used in the fitness world. ▼ The definition of a well-built site. Take the situation of needing to find an image of “A macho playing catch the macho in a rapeseed field“, for example. You may have spent hours online searching for appropriate material previously, but now you have a selection of options ready and waiting for you at your fingertips! And remember that time you needed an image of “A macho playing catch the macho in a teafield” for that all-important business presentation? ▼ Problem solved! The teafield series of images is actually the newest addition to the collection, so anytime you need an image related to tea, you now know where to turn to! ▼ Whether you need a photo of tea-picking… ▼ Hide-and-seek… ▼ General malarchy…. ▼ Or “A Macho that’s been torn down and thrown away in the battle for supremacy of tea leaves” (hey…isn’t that what happened to our reporter P.K. recently?)… ▼ Muscle Plus believes it’s an image best expressed with semi-naked men. There are plenty more images to choose from as well, covering scenarios like sakura cherry blossom viewing… ▼ …Setsubun… ▼ …muscle class… ▼ …and bathing at the sento (public bathhouse). You can even check out some videos of the photo shoots on their official YouTube channel. Muscle Plus runs by the theme of “adding muscles to everyday life!” and has a tongue-in cheek approach to stock photography, as the management openly declares they specialise in “free photos of macho men that are unlikely to be in demand”. However, given the growing popularity of the Muscle Plus Twitter and Instagram accounts, and the accounts run by Akihito and All Out, there’s certainly demand for photos like these. As well as being popular with advertisers and illustrators looking for reference photos, the free image site will no doubt be popular with anyone interested in buff physiques, including users of Vber Macho, which is kind of like Uber Eats, only with macho men delivering food to your door.
  8. Indonesian soldier gets seven months' jail for gay sex Published AUGUST 02, 2021 Updated AUGUST 02, 2021 Indonesian soldiers display their fighting skills at the Barang Indah Kiat port during a military parade to mark the 72nd anniversary of the Indonesian military's founding, in Cilegon on Oct 5, 2017. JAKARTA — An Indonesian soldier has been given a seven-month jail term for having gay sex, which is banned by the Southeast Asian nation's military as "deviant sexual behaviour". The 29-year-old recruit based in Kalimantan — Indonesia's section of Borneo island — was also booted from the army, according to a military court ruling dated July 15. The decision was made public this week. "The defendant was warned by superiors about the ban on LGBT behaviour in the military but... he still insisted on doing it," the 71-page ruling said. "(Gay sex) is deviant sexual behaviour... and the defendant has tainted the image of the (military) by doing so." The lengthy decision went into explicit detail about the soldier's romantic liaisons with another soldier, who was listed as a witness in the case. In July, a member of Indonesia's navy got a five-month jail term for having sex with a male serviceman. Last year, Amnesty International said at least 15 members of Indonesia's military or police had been sacked for having same-sex relations in recent years. While gay sex is barred in the military, it is legal for civilians in the world's biggest Muslim majority nation bar one province. But there is widespread discrimination and some gay Indonesians have been arrested for lewd conduct under its anti-pornography law. Same-sex relations are banned, however, in conservative Aceh province where it can result in a public flogging under local Islamic law. AFP
  9. Chat/rant of any of your favorite billboard or british artist. I heard Taylor Swift gonna drop Red and rumors is 1989 hehe hope she does that haha my ex make me love her music haha I really love Dua lipa music really pump up when I gym run jog hike train bus haha And the music from Little Mix motivating too haha
  10. Meghan Markle and her husband prince Harry made some bombshell revelations in the last days about their relationship with the royal family. I am not a person who pays much attention to royal families, but here are some details that call my interest. How much of a SIN is it to speculate about the color of the child of a woman who is of mixed race? Is it worse or better than speculate about the sexual orientation of a child from a gay father? If I would have been an open gay and my family had made speculations about my future son, concerned that he might come out gay like I am,... I would have BRUSHED IT OFF. It would not have made me suicidal. I am not a member of any royal family, who is in the eye of a whole nation, not to mention the whole world. The revelation among acquaintances and friends that I am gay and that I may have soon a gay son would not be earth shattering. Yet, in consideration to my family, I would have kept quiet and accepted this kind of false blemish without rushing away to distant lands and claim victimization. Did this Meghan Markle not understand that she was joining a ROYAL FAMILY? That this offers great benefits, but also some responsibilities? That privacy is one price to pay for the distinction? There is a saying in Spanish: "Nobleza obliga" (nobility assigns responsibility). There is also some responsibility of prince Harry. The British royalty is not famous for the personal quality and intelligence of its members. Look at prince Andrew and his dealings with prostitutes buddying with the infamous Epstein. Harry, taking advantage of his position of 'prince', was able to get the attention of the very pretty actress Markle. What straight would not love to have sex with her? So he went ahead and married her, unconcerned that she is a person of mixed race and from a somewhat shady family. This is like timeless fairy tales where love conquers everything... But, it is not a wise move. Let's consider that what Harry and Meghan did was perfectly acceptable, but not wise. Whichever consequences this had in the reactions of the royal family, these reactions were also perfectly understandable and excusable. It is not a crime to want to preserve the ethnic homogeneity of a royal family. And the result should not have to be so happy as Eddy Murphy played it in the movie "Coming to America". My point is that there were no big sinners in this tragedy with the royal family, and that the Dukes of Sussex should have kept their grievances to themselves. They have had enough good Karma to have landed in the position they found themselves into. If they had to leave, that was not such a devastating tragedy. But to set up an interview with Oprah Winfrey and air all their dirty laundry in front of the whole world, unconcerned with the damage they do to the prestige of their royal family, is pure crap! And I have a last thought about this: If people can be so perturbed about the questioning of the color of the offspring of a woman of mixed race, why cannot they be equally perturbed about the outing and/or harassment of a LGBTQ person? .
  11. In towns and cities across Pakistan, tens of thousands of vulnerable young boys have become the victims of pedophile predators who seem to have nothing to fear from the law. It’s an open secret that few acknowledge publicly and even fewer want to do anything about.
  12. Jail, S$26,000 fine for ‘SG Nasi Lemak’ chat group administrator who advertised sex By LOUISA TANG Published MARCH 09, 2021 SINGAPORE — A 39-year-old man on Tuesday (March 9) became the first administrator of sex-themed Telegram chat group “SG Nasi Lemak” to be dealt with in court. Liong Tianwei, a married father of two, was sentenced in a district court to nine weeks’ jail and a fine of S$26,000. He had posted advertisements for sex workers on the chat group. When police raided his home in October 2019, they found more than 11,000 obscene images and videos on his electronic devices. The chat group is no longer accessible but had more than 44,000 members when it was still active. Several women had called out the group after discovering their photos were shared there. Between March 15 and Oct 3 in 2019, the police received 31 reports islandwide and arrested Liong, who was self-employed, with three others. Two of them have been sentenced to probation for distributing obscene material in the group, while the case of another administrator — Leonard Teo Min Xuan — is pending. Liong pleaded guilty on Tuesday to six charges in total, including two under the Women’s Charter as well as possession and transmission of obscene material. Eight other similar charges were taken into consideration for sentencing. CHAT GROUP CREATED IN NOVEMBER 2018 The court heard that 29 members of SG Nasi Lemak, which was created in November 2018, had administrative rights. Liong used the moniker “Crazy Rich Asian” in the group. He had developed a close relationship with a sex worker from China in 2016, whom he frequented often. She then introduced him to another China national known as Hua Ge, who asked Liong to help him promote female China sex workers featured on a vice website known as “sex727”. Liong agreed, downloading pictures, posts and videos from the website to repost on various social media platforms. Between 2016 and when he was arrested, he posted advertisements of the women on a Twitter account. He mainly used his Asus laptop to download the material, and used his Samsung mobile phone to retweet or check responses to the Twitter posts. When the SG Nasi Lemak chat group was formed, he posted advertisements there with his iPhone. He received weekly payments in cash for his services, ranging from S$300 to S$800, collected from different mainland China women. At about 4am on Oct 14, 2019, the police conducted a coordinated operation. Liong was arrested at his Marine Parade residence and his electronic devices were seized. He was highly uncooperative at first and refused to provide passwords or access codes for the devices. When his case was referred to the Criminal Investigation Department’s Specialised Crime Branch, he gradually became more forthcoming and eventually provided the code for his Telegram account, in order to access SG Nasi Lemak. JUDGE DENIES GAG ORDER In mitigation, Liong’s lawyer RS Bajwa said that he had merely uploaded obscene material “along with everyone else in the group”. “He shouldn’t have done it,” the lawyer acknowledged. He also later asked the court to grant a gag order preventing the media from publishing Liong’s photograph. Liong’s wife had asked for this, Mr Bajwa said, because the couple have two young sons aged nine and 11 who are “very impressionable” and would be “very embarrassed and ridiculed if he was identified”. This was despite his photo already having been published recently. “A gag order is to protect young children, usually a victim. In this case, it’s to protect his own children from what he has done,” Mr Bajwa added. While Deputy Public Prosecutor Huo Jiongrui initially did not object, he clarified that there was no legal authority to prevent Liong’s photo from being published. District Judge Janet Wang agreed, telling the court: “Unfortunately, the risk of embarrassment or public shaming is an inevitable consequence of the accused’s wrongdoing.”
  13. 港版N號房|解構AB房運作 迫演員無酬演出賣淫 合約列33條罰款 2020-12-14 19:53 最後更新日期:2020-12-14 19:53 本港今年中爆出「港版N號房」事件,自稱「阿希」的主腦人物,以男同志色情電影製作公司「iSexParty」負責人的頭銜,在男同志社交平台物色演員、工作人員、觀眾,打造「AB房」色情王國。酒店房間「A房」用作拍攝及直播色情片,並做成人表演供觀眾現場欣賞,入場費為700元;觀眾可挑選演員到「B房」進行性交易,視乎內容收費500至3000元不等。 男受害人被月薪高達5萬元吸引,網上簽約做演員,詎料自此墮入被迫賣淫陷阱,收不到酬勞之餘,更被合約中的魔鬼條款壓榨。「iSexParty」的罰款表多達33條,演員及工作人員一旦違規便要被罰錢,例如當演員拒絕與觀眾性交便要交罰款,提早解約要付高額違約金。 (林振華攝) 「iSexParty」是自稱於2018年成立、專門拍攝男同性色情電影本地製作公司,但該公司在港沒有任何商業登記及公司註冊,地址亦是虛構。而自稱是負責人的男子,據悉暱稱「阿希」,他聲稱居於加拿大。 男同志社交平台招演員、工作人員、觀眾 犯罪集團透過男同志社交平台,招募演員、工作人員、觀眾。首先,集團成員以3萬至5萬元月薪利誘年輕受害人做合約演員,受害人在網上簽合約,交出身份證、銀行戶口、每個月時間表、申請表格資料,以及10張有樣貌及身材的照片。當集團掌握受害人的住址、工作地點等資料後,日後更易操控受害人。 然後,集團成員以時薪200元招募工作人員,聲稱月薪可達1萬元,負責訂酒店房,安排皮製道具,以及持機拍攝真人表演。集團成員再經網上平台招徠有經濟能力的同好者,向他們宣傳「iSexParty」的付費節目,包括現場真人表演,表演後可以選取表演者作性交易。 此外,任何人如果可以介紹新演員入職,可獲2000港元介紹費,結果令更多人墮入賣淫陷阱。 魔鬼合約至少33條罰款條款 然而,「iSexParty」的合約條款甚嚴厲,根據其網上宣傳資料,工作人員及演員的合約中有罰款表,合共33條,其中包括不可拒絕與觀眾的性交易要求、提早終止合約須賠償違約金。警方接觸到的四名受害人,在「A房」表演後沒有收到酬勞,拒絕再工作時便被勒索2.4萬元的違約金。 演員及工作人員的罰款表中,包括不可以拒絕與觀眾性交。(林振華攝) A房直播錄影成人表演 B房作性交易 「iSexParty」每月有四個拍攝日,每日分不同時段有多場場次,演員及工作人員可以自由註冊任何適合的時段,每一個場次約90分鐘,並有兩款活動,觀眾需要預訂入場票。「iSexParty」聲稱演員除了有不同底薪,亦可獲取額外獎金。 當選定日子訂好酒店房後,工作人員會與受害人在酒店大堂會合,然後帶他們上酒店房間「A房」,受害人在房內作出一系列指定的春宮表演,有工作人員會持拍攝工具作直播及錄影。付費觀眾可在A房欣賞表演,並可以指定一些演員到另一房間「B房」進行金錢為基礎的性交易。 「A房」入場費為$700  「B房」$500至3000 「A房」入場費為700港元,亦要視乎房內演員數目再作決定。同一時間,A房最多有4名演員、2名工作人員、2名觀眾,過程會被拍攝;如果觀眾要求帶同演員在「B房」作進一步性活動,要額外支付500至3000港元費用,視乎活動內容而定,而「B房」最多有一名演員及一名觀眾,活動內容不會被拍攝下來。
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  16. 'As a result of my upbringing, I am properly clothed at all times': When S'pore made nudity in own home illegal (in public view) Home is where the potential to get spotted naked is. Nyi Nyi Thet | November 02, 2020, 10:27 AM In season three (1996) of hit U.S. TV show Friends, an oft-mentioned, but so far unseen, character made his first appearance. He was usually off-screen, for obvious TV guideline reasons, and was almost always naked in his apartment. More an observation one of the Friends made when a conversational lull had crept up during the show's runtime, rather than a character itself. Ugly Naked Guy, their neighbour who lived in the block next to Monica and Rachel's apartment, was observed as being unusually sedentary in that particular episode. The Friends, after 20-ish minutes of good-natured joshing and hijinks, decided to fashion a "giant poking device" to reach his flat and see if he was actually dead, or merely in slumber. After Joey made a couple of penis jokes (i.e. poking device), they successfully managed to rouse the man from his slumber. The poked man, still naked, was rightfully apoplectic, leading the Friends to hastily withdraw their poking device. "Now he's showing us his poking device" Rachel remarked as Joey slipped in another quick observation about how the man's "poking device" couldn't make it all the way to them. It of course would have been an extraordinary feat if it could indeed make it across, but the audience laughed anyway and the Friends appeared to face no further consequence from their wanton disregard for common decency, and basically assaulting an innocent man. 28.9 million people in America tuned in for that particular episode. In the same year the episode aired, a country of less than 4 million people were having their very own tussle with the concept of neighbours au naturel. How the sausage is made During a 1996 February parliamentary session, then-Senior Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Home Affairs (Assoc. Prof. Ho Peng Kee), proposed three amendments to the law. 1. making nuisance or silent calls on public emergency telephone lines, ie, 999 or 995 calls; 2. using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards a person to provoke violence, cause fear, harassment, alarm or distress; and 3. appearing nude in public or exposed to public view. The third amendment would eventually become Section 27A of the Miscellaneous Offences (Public Order and Nuisance) Act. It would also give the police the power to "use such force as may be necessary to enter the private place". But just what prompted this particular amendment? Among other things, an incident in Yishun: Ho was referring to a 1993 case when a couple was spotted walking naked around their Yishun flat late at night. The first English article on this particular case being dubbed "A Room With R(A) View in Yishun". This lead to quite a bit of coverage in the papers. Nuts and bolts Nearly 30 years after the nude couple strutted around in their Yishun flats, an MP for the same area, Louis Ng, brought up the issue of nudity in one's home again in relation to a proposed bill on second-hand smoking. Perhaps if a nude neighbour is particularly attractive, and lives in a resale flat, the offence could also be colloquially referred to as second-hand smoking. Less harmful as well. While 27A was just a tangent in Ng's broader point about second-hand smoking rules, and the perceived difficulty of enforcement. He did make this rather nifty point: So if potentially lethal exposure to genitalia wasn't what the amendment was hoping to prevent, what exactly was the case made to clamp down on these free-wheeling residents? In Ho's speech on the amending the bills, he pointed out the need to "maintain a certain level of public morality and behaviour" and that the crux of the bill was to protect the "morality and dignity of neighbouring residents and passers-by". One of the few arrests based on the law came in 2009, when a 56-year-old man was spotted naked twice in his own house over a three-day period. The first instance was when his neighbour's daughter spotted him eating through the common corridor window, he was sitting completely nude at the dining table. The second instance occurred two days later, this time it was the mother herself who saw the man standing naked through the common corridor window. She subsequently made a police report. The 56-year-old man, who had reacted rather poorly when later confronted by his neighbours, was fined S$2,600 for "being naked in a private place and using criminal force to annoy his neighbour". The seeming novelty of the law has led itself to being part of plenty of listicles proclaiming the weird, unknown rules in Singapore you have to look out for. But as you might have guessed, the law doesn't seem to be implemented all that much, or at least in any heavily publicised manner. Perhaps people are naturally reticent to bring in the police for something that could be avoided by looking in another direction. Instances of showing privates in private were therefore funnelled mainly through media reports and citizen tipoffs. Bottom more A myriad of reports about naked neighbours have appeared in the papers over the years. These include a Japanese family in Sengkang that walked around naked after a bath, a family of four in Jurong that walked around naked, and two separate residents in Mei Ling Street that cleaned their bodies in the kitchen. According to Stomp, via an AsiaOne article, the incident in Mei Ling involved two separate residents in different flats towelling off and showering. The pictures, which was taken in the evening, in the article appears to show the two residents wholly unaware of anyone taking photos of them. There was also a bizarre report in The New Paper, with a prior report in Shin Min, about three women walking around topless in their flat. The neighbour was scandalised by the fact that the three, while having nothing on, were going about their daily activities like brushing hair, teeth, and chatting. Reporters who staked out the flat also noted that one of the residents was topless in the kitchen Which brings up the question, were some of these cases really undermining public morality? Most of the reports appear to show families or individuals going about their day, just without clothes. Rather than purposely going full monty to get back at the conservative values that heartland Singaporeans hold so dear. In other words, what is the intent? Pitching an intent The issue of intent was brought up during the 1996 parliamentary session as well. No less than then-nominated member of parliament, and future Attorney General, Walter Woon brought up the issue. Woon said that in the times Singaporeans were in (1996 of course), whether just the sight of a nude body was "so disgusting" that Singapore had to criminalise it becomes a contentious issue. He then warned of potential future private prosecutions by "prudish prim busybodies". Thus, Woon argued, with the inclusion of the word "intentionally" in the first line of section 27A, many of those woes could be deterred. Now, if you're reading about this in 2020, you would most likely know that the word "intentionally" was not in fact placed in the first line, or at all. We'll get back to the rather interesting exchange later, but intent and nudity in your private property is an issue not just in Singapore. In Wales, Lynette Burgess, then 55, was charged with indecent exposure after she was filmed walking naked along a shared driveway. According to BBC, her neighbour was "extremely shaken" by this, and expressed his wish not to bring up his children in "such an environment". The case was ultimately dismissed, with the magistrate finding that Burgess had not "intended to cause harm or distress". The New York Times assured a concerned reader in 2018 that walking naked in your own house, "even if your neighbour spots you", is not breaking New York law. Although just like with other countries, they did hedge it by saying the intent of the nude person matters as well. Interestingly enough, a real estate lawyer they cited had this to say when talking about the issue of nudity in another person's home: Perhaps that explains why the cast of Friends kept Ugly Naked Guy as a character on the show for over five seasons. To them the man wasn't a moral hazard that had to be reported, like three topless women in a flat, but rather just another part of the skyline. Taiwan also has a somewhat similar law in their books. So intent is not an unheard of modifier to any private nudity laws that might come up. May I ask Mr Choo whether he baths fully clothed? Woon's call to add a word to the law was therefore definitely not plucked out from thin air. Ho's reasoning for not putting "intentionally" was so nudists could not hide behind technicalities, he also assured the House that the police would not take a "blunderbuss approach". Basically, the Police will exercise discretion and caution when carrying out this law, if it needs to be carried out at all. Woon's comments were also met with disconcertion by then-PAP MP for Jalan Besar GRC, Choo Wee Khiang. Choo found Woon's call for the word "intentional" to be placed before "appears nude" in the first line quite "problematic". His reasoning for it was there was no such thing as unintentional nudity: Woon countered that if Choo could not think of any instance where nudity could be accidental, then he must be a man "a man of very limited imagination". Woon then gave a few examples where nudity could be rightfully be counted as accidental. You can read the entire exchange here but the two spent some time exchanging blows on whether nudity at home was understandable. Woon asserted that being seen naked would be embarrassing enough, without the possibility of a "police officer knocking on your door", or the entire kerfuffle turning into a police case. Woon also gave a very succinct piece of advice for those who offended by the sight of a neighbour's nudity: Choo took umbrage at Woon's remarks, asking him if he was on the side of the public, or the side of the nudists. To that Woon directly asked Choo if he bathed fully clothed, or if he ever disrobed completely. But when your only two parameters are "the public" or "the nudists", perhaps grey areas are hard to come by. Choo, rounding up the exchange, gave a passionate defence on his moral stance:
  17. https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/crowd-heads-ikea-ahead-closure-tuesday-company-says-online-store-continue 04th April 2020 https://theindependent.sg/photos-of-long-queues-at-ikea-cafeteria-go-viral/ This happened just last sunday 25th Oct 2020 Reasons given: FREE AIRCON + FREE PARKING + GOOD CHICKEN WINGS & MEATBALLS (MASS PICNIC MODE @ Tampines IKEA CANTEEN) + FREE PLAYGROUND FOR CHILDREN TO PLAY NO SOCIAL DISTANCING NOT EVERYONE WORE MASKS AT THE CANTEEN
  18. https://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/couple-fooling-around-in-lido-cinema-given-warning-action-taken-against-staff-who Posted on 27 October 2020 | 84,125 views | 32 comments A couple was caught behaving inappropriately in a cinema at Shaw Theatres Lido and CCTV footage of the incident was sent to Stomp. Stomper M, who identified herself as a friend of a Shaw Theatres employee, said the incident occurred on October 15, at around 8.15pm. M said: "My friend saw this couple through the CCTV during one movie. The woman was straddling her partner and moving up and down. "I feel disgusted that people will do this in public." In a 17-second video that M shared with Stomp, a man can be seen seated with a woman on his lap. The woman is seen moving her hips. No other cinema-goers are seen seated around the couple. In response to a Stomp query, a spokesman for Shaw Theatres said: "Once aware of the incident taking place, the manager went into the hall and issued a warning to the couple to stop behaving inappropriately (they were fooling around and were fully clothed). According to the spokesman, the couple complied and exited without further incident at the end of the movie screening. He added: "Shaw Theatres does not condone such behaviour and requests that our patrons respect our cinemas for their intended purpose of film appreciation and entertainment. "Shaw Theatres has taken disciplinary actions against the staff who made and disseminated the unauthorised recording." Stomp will not be uploading the video due to its inappropriate nature.
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  20. In India, a Gay Prince’s Coming Out Earns Accolades, and Enemies Prince Manvendra’s journey from an excruciatingly lonely child to a global L.G.B.T.Q. advocate included death threats and disinheritance. Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil outside his home in Gujarat, India, this month.Credit...Atul Loke for The New York Times By Shalini Venugopal Bhagat Published July 31, 2020Updated Aug. 1, 2020 NEW DELHI — Born into a royal family that once ruled the kingdom of Rajpipla in India, he was raised in the family’s palaces and mansions and was being groomed to take over a dynasty that goes back 600 years. But then he gave an interview that prompted his mother to disown him and set off protests in his hometown, where he was burned in effigy. Since coming out as gay in that 2006 interview, Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil has faced a torrent of bullying and threats, and was disinherited by his family for a period. But he has also earned global accolades for his L.G.B.T.Q. advocacy, becoming one of the few gay-rights activists in the world with such royal ties. As part of his efforts, Prince Manvendra, 55, has appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” three times, swapped life stories with Kris Jenner on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and is working to establish a shelter for L.G.B.T.Q. people on his property in the Indian state of Gujarat. He is also working with several aid agencies to prevent the spread of H.I.V. among gay men. Prince Manvendra and his husband, deAndre Richardson, have spent the last few months in lockdown getting the shelter ready. They envision a safe space where those who have been disowned by their families can get back on their feet and learn job skills. “I know how important it is to have a safe space after coming out,” the prince said. Although India abolished the princely order in 1971, the honorary titles are still commonly used for royal descendants, and traditional responsibilities are still carried out. Prince Manvendra at the Amsterdam Gay Pride festival in 2018.Credit...Shutterstock When the prince shared that he was gay in that front-page newspaper interview 14 years ago, it created a storm of mostly negative publicity. It was shocking for a member of an Indian royal family, especially one from the rigidly conservative Rajput warrior clan that once ruled over large parts of northern and central India, to come out so publicly. Being gay was a criminal offense in India under the archaic British law in effect at the time. The law was struck down in 2018. The fallout from his announcement was brutal, beginning with protests in his hometown, Rajpipla, where he was burned in effigy. His mother took out a newspaper advertisement to announce she was disowning him. The government offered him security after he received several death threats, but he turned down the offer and refused to back down. “I decided that I would continue fighting because I have truth on my side,” he said. Prince Manvendra playing the harmonium for his husband, deAndre Richardson.Credit...Atul Loke for The New York Times Prince Manvendra was born in 1965 to Raghubir Singh Gohil, the current honorary maharajah of Rajpipla, and Rukmani Devi Gohil, the daughter of the former maharajah of Jaisalmer. By that time, the era of fabulously rich Indian maharajahs had already waned. His great-grandfather’s ostentatious display of wealth, with stables of racehorses and garages filled with Rolls-Royces (nearly a dozen), was no longer welcome in a newly independent India where socialism, austerity and self-sufficiency were the new mantras. Although Prince Manvendra’s family no longer ruled a kingdom, the old ways still largely prevailed. He spent most of his childhood in his family’s seven-bedroom mansion in Mumbai, staffed by servants who had worked for the family for generations. He barely saw his parents and was raised primarily by the same nanny who had raised his mother. “Until I was 9 or 10, I thought my nanny was my mother,” he said. “I didn’t realize that the glamorous woman who appeared once in a while was actually my mother.” The lack of parental love still wounds him. “Why do parents give birth to children if they don’t want to take care of them?” he said. His childhood was excruciatingly lonely. His only friends were the birds and other animals he rescued as a young child. “I grew up with literally no friends, because I knew I couldn’t invite anyone home,” he said, because he was allowed to socialize only with children from a similar background. The prince at 2. He said his only friends as a young child were the birds and other animals he rescued. He earned a college degree in commerce and accounting and went on to complete law school, although he has never practiced law. In 1991, he married Chandrika Kumari, a princess from the royal family of Jhabua, a match entered into voluntarily, he emphasized. “I was attracted to men but I thought it was just a passing phase,” he said. “I had never been allowed to spend time alone with a girl, and sex before marriage was out of the question.” Being gay was not a possibility that ever crossed his mind, he said, because he knew nothing about it. “Once we got married, it became clear to me that I wasn’t interested in women sexually,” he said. “We were very good friends, we got along very well, but there was no sexual attraction.” The couple called it quits 15 months later, a split that caused an uproar in royal circles. After the divorce, he said, he was wracked with guilt and confused about his sexuality. He moved back to Mumbai, a 26-year-old divorced virgin, and started exploring his sexuality for the first time. “I started reading books and magazines. I saw an article about Ashok Row Kavi and his gay magazine Bombay Dost. I decided to get in touch with him and ask him if I could possibly be gay,” he recalled. Mr. Kavi is a father of India’s gay-rights movement. In 1977, he came out publicly and went on to found Bombay Dost, India’s first gay magazine, in 1990. He founded the Humsafar Trust, the first group to provide health services and advocacy for gay men, in 1994. Mr. Kavi introduced Prince Manvendra to other people in the community and trained him as a counselor. He remembers the young prince as a painfully shy introvert, who was slowly starting to become comfortable with his identity. He said the prince quietly funded the first telephone help line for gay people in India. In 2000, with Mr. Kavi’s encouragement, the prince started the Lakshya Trust in Gujarat to help the gay community there. The young prince with his parents, Raghubir Singh Gohil and Rukmani Devi Gohil, and his sister Minaxi in Rajpipla, India, in 1976. The work was fulfilling, but as a closeted gay man, the prince said, it became increasingly difficult to do the advocacy work needed for Lakshya. And there was growing pressure to remarry. After he suffered a nervous breakdown in 2002, his psychiatrist convinced him the first step in his recovery was to come out to his parents. It was the beginning of a long and bitter ordeal. “My parents were in an absolute state of denial,” Prince Manvendra said. “They declared that science must have a cure for my condition, a surgery perhaps or shock therapy to cure my ‘disease.’” But every doctor his parents consulted told them the same thing — homosexuality was not a disease or a mental disorder. His parents finally gave up on medical science and decided to try religion instead. For three years, they took him to dozens of religious leaders around the country. “Ashok told me to cooperate with them completely,” the prince said. “To let them be satisfied that they’d tried their best.” There were financial consequences to his coming out. He says that he was removed from several family businesses and that his mother threatened to persuade the government to cancel funding for the Lakshya Trust. “I finally reached a point in my life where I couldn’t take it anymore,” he said. “I decided to tell the whole world.” The couple at home.Credit...Atul Loke for The New York Times Over the past 14 years, the once-shy royal has grown accustomed to the spotlight and become a vocal activist for the gay rights movement. Apart from his work with the Lakshya Trust, he is a founding member of the Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health and is an ambassador consultant of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. “He was living a very troubled life, under a lot of pressure,” said Chirantana Bhatt, a close friend. “But now it’s a life of pride, in the true sense.” He has also found love. In 2013, he married Mr. Richardson, an American he met online in 2009, in the United States. The couple live on an estate in Gujarat given to the prince by his father. His modest brick house there is a far cry from the opulent palace of his ancestors, but he says he could not be happier. His father, the maharajah, acknowledged in an interview that it was difficult for the family to come to terms with his son’s sexuality and the constant media attention on the family. “But it’s his decision,” the maharajah said. His relationship with his mother remains frosty, but other members of the family have been supportive, he says. His grandmother, on her deathbed, expressed her happiness that he had found a partner to share his life with. Prince Manvendra is cautiously optimistic about the future. He is not sure if he will become the next honorary maharajah of Rajpipla. “I have left it to my family members,” he said. “I would prefer to keep working for my cause because the role of maharajah comes with a lot of responsibilities and duties that would divert me from my activism.” Prince Manvendra in front of the remains of his royal palace on the banks of Narmada in Gujarat.Credit...Atul Loke for The New York Times
  21. Chinese court rules in favour of transgender woman over wrongful termination in landmark decision The progressive ruling, which urged the public to be open-minded and inclusive, went viral this week in China A Chinese court has handed down a landmark decision in favour of a transgender woman who sued her employer for wrongful termination after undergoing sexual reassignment surgery. E-commerce company Dangdang has been ordered to resume its labour contract with Ms Gao, a product director, and to recognise her new gender identity, including allowing the use of female bathrooms at the office. The company must also pay her overdue salary of about 120,000 yuan (£13,600) to cover a two-month leave of absence for the procedure. Ms Gao’s case is the first time a Chinese court has directly addressed transgender workplace descrimination, issuing an “epic decision,” said Wang Yongmei, a lawyer who has worked on transgender discrimination cases. The progressive ruling, which urged the public to be open-minded and inclusive, went viral this week in China after initially falling under the radar amidst the coronavirus pandemic. “We are used to understanding society based on our knowledge of biological gender, but there are still some people who want to express their gender identities through their own life experiences,” the court wrote in its January decision. “It is necessary for us to gradually change our attitudes.” Everyone is entitled to “enjoy the right of equal employment without discrimination after their gender is changed through surgery and recognised by the public security bureau,” referring to the country’s police department where foreign and Chinese residents must register their personal details. Many “don’t even know the law can protect them,” said Ms Wang. But “cases like this can prompt serious discussion in society, and allow people to realise what being transgender really means, and the rights or protection they should have.” A Beijing court first ruled in Ms Gao’s favour last year, four months after she was dismissed in September 2018. Dangdang appealed, though the court upheld its original decision, released earlier this year – a surprising move in a legal and judicial system that typically favours the employer. Dangdang originally cited “mental health” and “absence from work” as reasons for dismissal, and claimed employees wouldn’t have “peace of mind” as both male and female colleagues had refused to share bathrooms with her. The official notice was submitted as evidence that Ms Gao’s contract was terminated on the basis of her sex. Dangdang didn’t respond to a request for comment, and Ms Gao couldn’t be reached as her identity has not been made public. Source: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/11/chinese-court-rules-favour-transgender-woman-wrongful-termination/
  22. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/lta-corruption-case-bribes-former-deputy-group-director-12959834 Former LTA deputy group director charged with taking S$1.24 million in bribes, cheating colleagues Henry Foo Yung Thye, former LTA deputy group director, is accused of taking bribes and cheating colleagues. (Screengrab: YouTube/LTA) 24 Jul 2020 11:27AM(Updated: 24 Jul 2020 12:40PM)
  23. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/covid-19-phase-2-of-reopening-to-start-from-jun-19-social-12835758#.Xudba2KY8Rw.whatsapp Can socialize already. Og still below group of 5.
  24. This is a strange declaration by the Pope in a recent interview where he talked about gays in the clergy. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/dec/02/gay-people-should-not-join-catholic-clergy-pope-francis-says No room for ‘fashionable’ homosexuality and gay priests should be ‘impeccably responsible’ or leave "Pope Francis is “concerned” about what he describes as the “serious issue” of homosexuality, saying in an interview published on Saturday that being gay is a “fashion” to which the clergy is susceptible. “The issue of homosexuality is a very serious issue that must be adequately discerned from the beginning with the candidates,” the pontiff said with regards to would-be priests. “In our societies it even seems that homosexuality is fashionable and that mentality, in some way, also influences the life of the church,” he says in the book The Strength of a Vocation, released in Italy on Saturday. “This is something I am concerned about, because perhaps at one time it did not receive much attention,” he says in the book, a transcript of an interview that will be released in 10 languages. A decree on training for Roman Catholic priests in 2016 stressed the obligation of sexual abstinence, as well as barring gay men and those who support “gay culture” from holy orders. The barring of people who present homosexual tendencies was first stipulated by the Catholic church in 2005. “It can happen that at the time perhaps they didn’t exhibit [that tendency], but later on it comes out,” Francis said. “In consecrated and priestly life, there’s no room for that kind of affection. Therefore, the church recommends that people with that kind of ingrained tendency should not be accepted into the ministry or consecrated life. “The ministry or the consecrated life is not his place.” Gay clergy were urged to be “impeccably responsible” in a warning over bad behaviour that was notable for its silence on heterosexual clergy who break their vow of celibacy." I have always been a supporter of Francis and his progressive ideology. But to call homosexuality a "fashion" is kind of weird. Why isn't heterosexuality a "fashion" too?
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