They should have heeded the warning of highly religious Singaporeans.
This after they watched Beauty And The Beast, which featured some gay scenes between two male fictional characters.
As a result of witnessing the event, they have become gay, which is irreversible.
One Singaporean, Tong Xing Lian, said he was half-expecting this to happen, but wasn’t sure if it would really come to pass: “I should have heeded the warning of highly religious Singaporeans when they warned about the effects of watching gay moments.”
“Now I am completely, utterly gay, there is simply no turning back to my straight ways, having been convinced the gay way is the only way.”
Other Singaporeans who witnessed the transformation of their own sexual orientation attributed the changes to the actors movements on screen.
One other local, Kua Hee, said: “These men dressed up in their costumes and sang songs.”
“These are the hallmarks of a provocative liberal gay agitator. This was exactly what the highly religious Singaporeans warned us about.”
“We have no choice but to live with our gay identity from now on.”
At press time, it has been discovered that the upcoming National Day celebrations on Aug. 9 will also feature men dressed up in their costumes and singing songs.