The courts in the Republic of Singapore have upheld Section 377a, the statutes which criminalize homosexual offenses.
To say that the mainstream (read, liberal and pro-LGBT) media is not taking this news well would be an understatement.
Certainly, the pro-gay news sites in the world are foaming at the mouth.
Pink News reports:
There is no end to the demands. The homosexual activists won't quit until pro-family and anti-LGBT activists work hard enough to break their will. They need to know that we are not playing around, and we have no interest in seeing this perversion become widespread.
This statement is good new indeed. Yes, we want nations like Singapore to take the lead in announcing that homosexuality is wrong, aberrant, destructive, and therefore should not be promoted or protected in any country. Yes, more Asian countries should embrace this standard and defend or reinstate their laws criminalizing homosexual conduct.
How about the Financial Times? Surely they would write something more fair and balanced?