Just to plug the new book Mobilizing Gay Singapore: Rights and Resistance in an Authoritarian State, written by Dr Lynette Chua, currently Asst Prof of Law at NUS. It’s touted as a ground-breaking document of “the history of the gay rights movement in Singapore and asks what a social movement looks like under these circumstances”.
It’s about 200 pages and looks like an easy read. We got our copy at the launch (the panel and dinner were fantastic!), and you should too, if you are interested in Singapore, LGBTQ issues, history and/or politics. More info, and buy yours here (paperback) or here (hardcover/e-book).