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Jolin Tsai’s lesbian kissing song can spread homosexuality, S’pore authorities warn

Jolin Tsai’s lesbian kissing song can spread homosexuality, S’pore authorities warn

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Homosexual values are unlike heterosexual values, authorities explain.

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Authorities in Singapore have put an immediate ban on Taiwanese superstar Jolin Tsai’s song, We’re All Different, Yet The Same, preventing its broadcast on national radio and television.

This after officials uncovered shocking evidence suggesting that homosexuality may well be spread through sound.

This stunning revelation comes after Singapore authorities explained that listening to such music unsupervised leads to displays of homosexuality.

Ngoh Ho Moh, a Singapore authority, said: “Listening to We’re All Different, Yet The Same will cause the spontaneous expression of homosexual tendencies.”

“This is so as the song is based on a true story of a lesbian couple who have been together for more than 30 years but one of the partners was unable to give consent when the other was hospitalised because she was not considered her legal spouse.”

“Therefore, being faithful to one’s partner and looking after your loved one during old age are classified as homosexual acts and are all caused by listening to pro-homosexual lyrics.”

“On the other hand, Taylor Swift, who holds concerts in Singapore and whose songs are not banned, is allowed to sing all manner of songs about hooking up and breaking up with one man after another, because it leads people to explore their sexuality, engage in promiscuous lifestyles and partake in risky sexual activities 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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NUS ranked 21st position in world after NUS professor makes lesbian = cancer comment

NUS ranked 21st position in world after NUS professor makes lesbian = cancer comment

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Freedom of speech in academic environment lauded for causing jump in rankings.

"Did you just say something homophobic? Oh my god we are so moving up the rankings again next year."

“Did you just say something homophobic? Oh my god we are so moving up the rankings again next year.”

The National University of Singapore has been placed 21st in the 2014 World Reputation Rankings published by the Times Higher Education (THE).

This is one spot higher than last year’s 22nd position.

One NUS student, Jiang Niao Hua, said: “NUS students and faculty would like to thank Associate Professor Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied, who last week said lesbians equal cancers.”

“By exercising freedom of speech, he showed that NUS is a free and world class university that tolerates open ideas, which explains why we went up one notch.”

This year, NTU, on the other hand, is languishing in the 91st to 100th band this year.

They fell from the 71st to 80th band in the 2013 list. Universities outside the top 50 spots are not given a specific rank, partly because it is embarrassing and partly because it is pointless.

One NUS student, Hen Xiao Zhang, said: “If NTU is languishing in the 91st to 100th band, it means they are in the 100 position.”

Amare informs Aware about lesbian Chanel ad in Straits Times

Amare informs Aware about lesbian Chanel ad in Straits Times

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Men’s advocacy group asks feminist women if this sort of display is okay.

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In a bid to reach out to the left-wing, wishy-washy, liberal crowd, The Straits Times has published a full-page Chanel ad focused on lesbianism.

However, this has caught the attention of Amare (Association of Men for Action and Reaction), as they are unsure if this picture perpetrates violence against women or condones love between women.

And to bring attention to this underhanded, cheap but yet, sexually-arousing image, local men’s advocacy group, Amare has informed feminist organisation Aware about this lesbian chanel ad because they believe it will be of interest to them.

And hopefully get some clarification.

Akshun Bayday, president of the men’s rights group, said: “Is this love or is this violence? Is this progressive? Or is this a step back for women?”

“We would like to seek some clarification from Aware Singapore because they seem to have an opinion about everything.”