To empower queer women towards greater involvement and presence in the community
Book Launch: Violence and Discrimination Against LBTQ Women in Singapore
Possibly the first attempt to systematically document the experiences of LBTQ persons in Singapore, this book shows how they are disadvantaged in multiple and intersectional ways due to their gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and sex characteristics.
Sayoni is a Singapore-based feminist, volunteer-run organisation that works to uphold human rights protections for queer women, including lesbian, bisexual and transgender women. We organise and advocate for equality in well-being and dignity regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity/expression and sex characteristics.

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Date: 22 April (Sunday)

Venue: The Arts House, Play Den

Time: 6pm

Tickets: Through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at the door


Please note that this performance is rated 'R18' due to mature content and strong language.

The play will be performed by local women activists, not actors, in the spirit of the V-Day movement, and funds raised from the performance will benefit Sayoni's programmes to empower queer women towards greater community involvement and presence through open dialogue and public education.


What is V-Day? from V-Day Until the Violence Stops on Vimeo.

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