Monthly Archive: October 2007

Singapore-Born Bisexual Show

While Singaporeans are busy campaigning to keep and repeal Section 377A of the Singapore Penal Code, I was busy watching a bisexual-themed reality dating show aired on MTV.

Until now I did not understand why Singaporeans are talking about “Outrages on decency” (Section 377A) which state that a male person who commits or abets the commission of, or procures or attempts to procure the commission by any male person of, any act of gross indecency with another male person, while no one question about the opposite sex (female). Not fair right? Why gays cannot but lesbians can?

Anyway I feel that Section 377A should be updated to avoid gender bias.

What about Section 377 – Carnal intercourse against the order of nature? The Section 377 state that whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman or animals shall be punished, has been repealed. Hmm… so now Singaporeans can have sex with animals ek?

I think repealing Section 377 is good, if not we will have more and more people in the jail because it carry an imprisonment for life punishment.

Coming back to the bisexual-themed reality dating show that I watched, it showcase 16 straight males and 16 lesbian female contestants competing for Tila Tequila‘s love. The program titled “A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila” air on MTV every Tuesday starting 9th October 2007. I don’t know why MTV is promoting bisexual. Watch the episodes here or here. There also a debate on CNN about this show at her MySpace.

Some facts about Tila Tequila:

  • Her real name is Tila Nguyen.
  • She was born in Singapore while her family was emigrating from Vietnam after the Vietnam War.
  • She become popular because of MySpace.
  • She has an album titled “I Love U”.
  • She just released a new single called “Stripper Friends”. Nice song, google it and listen.

    Watch her chat video

    She by the pool. Enjoy.

    What Is Hari Raya?

    What Is Hari Raya?

    Hari Raya Aidilfitri (also Hari Raya Puasa, literally “Fasting Day of Celebration”) is the Malay term for the Muslim festival of Eid ul-Fitr. Hari Raya is also known as Lebaran. The day is spent visiting relatives or serving visitors. Hari Raya is a very joyous day for children for this is the day where adults are extra generous. Children will be given token sums of money, also known as duit raya from their parents and elders. Read more here.

    What Is Hari Raya?

    What is Hari Raya for me? It’s just a boring day where I go for the Raya prayer, ask forgiveness from my parents and siblings and give angpow to my nieces, nephews and grandchildren. Hari Raya is not the same since my last grandmother passed away. Since then, my parents will be staying at home to wait for the younger siblings, nieces, nephews and grandchildren for the first 2 weeks of Raya. My home will be crowded and I will just stay in my room and ignored whoever come. Anyway I’m bad in PR, I don’t khow what to chat about.

    What Is Hari Raya?

    Nowaday, no one will sent Hari Raya cards, mostly will just sent sms and mms. I received a few smses :

    Venkat: Happy Hari raya.Greetings.

    Adeq: Salam Aidilfitri Maaf Zahir & Batin Dengan Ingatan Tulus Ikhlas Dari Saya Seisi Keluarga “Yay Raya!!;)

    Aman: Eid Mubarak! Salaams. Hv a great day and may God bless you and your family. Peace be to you.

    What Is Hari Raya?

    Nuffnang’s Shocking News!

    Today I decided to cash out the money and found out Nuffnang had decided to impose a SGD$1 transaction fee for all cash outs. They need our SGD$1 to pay for the postage, cheques, materials, and handling cost. How can they do this to us?

    Nevermind, I know they run out of advertisers and cash, oklah I act that the SGD$1 as a donation.

    Time to remove their ads codes? I will think later, I hope Nuffnang.Sg merged with Nuffnang.My and let my blogs serve both Singapore and Malaysia advertisers.