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LGBTQ: The podcast telling Singapore's hidden gay stories 500 Internal server error
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Joshua, Kennede and Sam Jo call themselves The SG Boys. They have started one of the first LGBTQ podcasts in Singapore - where gay sex is still illegal. Sorry, we're currently unable to bring you the page you're looking for.
Singapore's government argues that the ban must remain to reflect society's conservative views, and as a compromise it has said it will not enforce the law. Please try:
But LGBTQ activists argue that as long as it remains, it perpetuates a stigma and fuels discrimination. Hitting the refresh button in your browser
The SG Boys tell the BBC about the challenges of living as a gay person in Singapore, and how they hope their podcast will spread love and empathy for their community. Coming back again later
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