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Singapore Court agrees to hear both s377A appeal cases together

Singapore Court agrees to hear both s377A appeal cases together

2013-10-10
The Court of Appeal has accepted Tan Eng Hong's application to have his and another parallel case filed by Gary Lim and Kenneth Chee, both of which challenge the constitutionality of Singapore's anti-gay sex law, to be heard together.
Singapore: Tan Eng Hong applies to have both ongoing s377A cases consolidated

Singapore: Tan Eng Hong applies to have both ongoing s377A cases consolidated

2013-10-09
Just in: The Court of Appeal has accepted Tan Eng Hong's application to have the two cases consolidated. More details to come. 
Singapore High Court upholds anti-gay law in Tan Eng Hong's case

Singapore High Court upholds anti-gay law in Tan Eng Hong's case

2013-10-02
Singapore High court Justice Quentin Loh today upheld the law which criminalises sex between men.
Bangladesh retains anti-gay sex law against United Nations recommendations

Bangladesh retains anti-gay sex law against United Nations recommendations

2013-09-23
Bangladesh rejects United Nations recommendation to decriminalise its anti-gay sex law at the UN Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in Geneva last Friday.
Singapore court rejects gay couple's application to have Queen's Counsel represent them in s377A case

Singapore court rejects gay couple's application to have Queen's Counsel represent them in s377A case

2013-09-20
A Singapore court has denied the application by a Singaporean gay couple to have a Queen’s Counsel represent them in their appeal against the dismissal of their challenge to section 377A of the Penal Code which criminalises sex between men.
Pink Dot 2013: Gary, Kenneth, and Tan Eng Hong

Pink Dot 2013: Gary, Kenneth, and Tan Eng Hong

2013-07-02
Following the success of Singapore's Pink Dot rally with a record turnout of 21,000, writer Lisa Li reminds the community that as the movement grows it needs to be more accepting of diversity within its ranks, and argues that LGBTs should be accepted as equal members of society as human beings and not just because we are "law-abiding... or productive members of the economy."
France approves same-sex marriage and adoption law

France approves same-sex marriage and adoption law

2013-04-24
France has become the 14th country to legalise same-sex marriage.
Singapore gay couple to file appeal against 377A ruling; fundraising drive launched

Singapore gay couple to file appeal against 377A ruling; fundraising drive launched

2013-04-18
Gary Lim and Kenneth Chee, plaintiffs in the recent S 377A constitutional challenge, will appeal the recent High Court judgment. Friends and supporters have launched a fundraising appeal to raise S$50,000 to help meet court costs.
New Zealand becomes first country in Asia-Pacific to legalise same-sex marriage

New Zealand becomes first country in Asia-Pacific to legalise same-sex marriage

2013-04-18
New Zealand has become the first country in the Asia Pacific region and the 13th worldwide to legalise same-sex marriage after its parliament voted 77 to 44 on Wednesday night.
Uruguay becomes 12th country to legalise same-sex marriage

Uruguay becomes 12th country to legalise same-sex marriage

2013-04-11
Lawmakers in Uruguay on Wednesday voted 71-21 to legalise same-sex marriage, making the South American country the 12th in the world and third in the Americas to do so.

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