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Activist sues Singapore saying it must either scrap or enforce law against gay sex

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An LGBT+ campaigner is suing Singapore over its ban against gay sex – saying the country must either fully enforce the law or scrap it.

At the moment, Singapore insists on maintaining Section 377A, the colonial era law which can jail men for two years for gay sex.

However, it rarely uses the legislation and a small gay scene thrives in the island nation. But LGBT+ activist Tan Seng Kee – better known as Roy Tan – has come up with a fresh way to undermine the country’s stance.

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