- 1 Introduction
- 2 Religious proscriptions
- 3 Arguments against religious proscriptions
- 4 Secular insecurity
- 5 Arguments against secular insecurity
- 6 References
- 7 External links
There are numerous websites featuring homophobic and counter-homophobic arguments. This article focuses on statements actually made by Singaporeans themselves.
Arguments against religious proscriptions
Being historically an immigrant nation, insecure about economic survival and anxious to ensure the continuity of an intact society, the following categories of arguments have often been voiced by Singaporeans to maintain institutionalised homophobia:
Arguments against secular insecurity
- Abdul Khalik, "Islam 'recognizes homosexuality'", The Jakarta Post, 28 March 2008.
- An archive of the homophobic and counter-homophobic arguments made in the online Remaking Singapore forum: ,,and.
- Alex Au's lecture at the National University of Singapore Society (NUSS) forum entitled "Legislating Sexual Behaviour- Should the State be in our Bedrooms?" on 29 March 2004: 
- Question & Answer session, following the above lecture: