Category Archives: Legislation

People aren’t property!

By Veera Velu The recent debate on whether domestic helpers in Singapore should be given a mandatory day off is appalling. By this I don’t even mean that some of the arguments are reprehensible, though they are and I will … Continue reading

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Yes means yes and no means no, whether I’m wearing a thong or a chastity belt.

Anu Selva-Thomson’s article on Singapore’s upcoming SlutWalk and the issue of secondary victimization of rape victims has been published on AWARE’s blog and on Public House.sg.     Read it here: http://www.aware.org.sg/2011/08/the-two-messages-of-the-slutwalk-movement/ or http://publichouse.sg/categories/features/item/23-the-two-messages-of-slutwalk

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