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Fat-shionista #483

Hey everyone! HAPPY FRIDAY! And with today’s post I’d like to tell you about PINK DOT (see my outfit) which is happening tomorrow.

Pink Dot Sg is a non-profit movement started by a group of individuals who care deeply about the place that LGBT Singaporeans call home. It is a group for everyone, straight and gay, who support the belief that everyone deserves the freedom to love. With openess and acceptance, we hope to bring LGBT Singaporeans closer to their family and friends.

Support of the LGBT community is so important to me that one of the first questions I asked T was what his views were. To him, it was a strange question because he doesn’t see why they are even considered different or why anyone wouldn’t support them. In fact, when we talked about if we had gay children what he would do, he said he would send them for karate lessons so that they can protect themselves from bullies. How awesome is that?

More than half my closest friends are gay and really, your sexual orientation is really your own private preference. I don’t care who you love as long as they love you back. If not I’ll punch them in the face for you if they hurt you.

So if you’re in Singapore tomorrow 29th June 2013, go down to Hong Lim Park at 5pm dressed in Pink!

What I’m wearing today (PINK DOTS of course!):

Dress: Green with Pink dots custom tailored copy frock

Accessories: White acrylic cloud earrings (gift from my boss Jobina); Gold weave belt from H&M; Pink fabric hair bow from ZIPIA; Pink acrylic Jumping Rope Girl brooch from LA CANICA on

Footwear: Brown hidden wedge pumps from ZIPIA

Thanks Ryddy for the snaps!




I produced an indie music festival in Singapore for 7years before I moved to the US to be with my indie game dev husband Tom who made Axiom Verge and Axiom Verge 2. We live in Los Angeles, California with our son Alastair (named for Alastair Reynolds) and our dog Goliath (named for his size).

5 thoughts on “Fat-shionista #483

  1. OMG that dress is redonk! I could never have married my husband if he didn’t support LGBT rights. It is such a close thing to my heart too. I am celebrating tomorrow by going to a same sex engagement party 🙂

    1. I’m glad you like the dress. It’s a copy of a NEW LOOK dress my friend gifted me from the UK. Yeah I don’t understand LGBT support though. Why do they not already have equal rights? Why are we still rallying support for them? Do people not already see that they are regular people too?

      1. I wrote a blog about that a while ago saying why are we arguing about this. It’s ludicrous. There is NO argument against LGBT rights that makes sense. The next generation is going to look back and laugh at us.

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