6 rainbow buildings in S’pore that have stood up for gay rights

Posted on 17 June 2014

They are rainbow! They are fabulous!

1. The Old Bukit Timah Fire Station

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The Bukit Timah Fire Station might have been the fourth fire station in Singapore’s history to be built in 1956, but it sure was the first to stand up for gay pride!

And you know why fire station? Because it is needed to put out the flames of passion! Oooh so naughty.

Oooh and firemen in uniform, put out my flames, big boys!

 

2. Rochor Centre

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Come 2016, Rochor Centre will be torn down to make way for the new North South Expressway. Such a pity.

But no one will ever forget how these tall buildings were the first to have been erected when they were built decades ago. How they have stood strong and hard like a solid rock as they have long become part of the Rochor community.

You’ve been fantabulous boys.

 

3. Outram Park flats

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Demolished in 2003, this was one of the many rainbow flats in Outram where the pride was and is and will always be strong!

Rainbow shower, fall upon us!

 

4. Hougang flat

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Not only is Hougang the stronghold of the opposition, it is also the stronghold of gay pride!

Fabulous in blue and rainbow colours!

 

5. Bedok Reservoir flat

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We have no idea why so many people want to make a one-way trip to Bedok Reservoir, because let the rainbow chase your blues away!

 

6. MICA Building

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And bringing you the gayest building of them all in the whole of Singapore… MICA Building!

It’s fun to stay at the M.I.C.A./
It’s fun to stay at the M.I.C.A./
They have everything for you men to enjoy,/
You can hang out with all the boys …

 

There is only one way to become straight:
Several gay men turn straight at the sight of Serina Wee

There are some who we can trust to stand up for minorities:
Thanks, Lawrence Khong, for standing up to the gay agenda

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Wang Pei can be considered a new citizen of Singapore. She has been here all her life, just that her environment's changed beyond recognition.

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