A-Mei’s Rainbow song can spread homosexuality, S’pore authorities warn

Posted on 13 June 2014

But Taylor Swift songs about hooking up with multiple men one after another is okay.

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By David Tan

Officials in Singapore have uncovered shocking new evidence suggesting that homosexuality may well be spread through sound.

This stunning revelation comes after Singapore authorities put a ban on the hit song Rainbow, by Taiwanese megastar A-Mei, saying she was not allowed to perform it during the 2014 Spring Wave Music And Art Festival at Gardens by the Bay on June 7 as such music leads to displays of homosexuality.

Ngoh Ho Moh, a Singapore authority, said: “Listening to Rainbow, which contains pro-homosexual lyrics, such as ‘our loves are very similar, we get hurt because of men, yet we continue colliding’, will lead people to exhibit sudden outbreaks of homosexual symptoms, like singing along in unison and waving light sticks.”

“On the other hand, Taylor Swift, who recently had a concert here two nights ago, was allowed to sing all manner of songs about hooking up and breaking up with one man after another, because it led people to sing along in unison and wave light sticks in a heterosexual manner.”

At press time, the Committee for National Service said Singapore will continue its long-standing policy of conscripting male citizens to join the SAF, where they will be taught to sleep with, shower with and die for other men.

 

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