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Church grouping asks for Section 377A to stay, calls it a 'marker for many social and moral considerations'

Church grouping asks for Section 377A to stay, calls it a 'marker for many social and moral considerations'
In view of the Government's review of Section 377A that criminalises gay sex, a Christian grouping said that it wants the law to be retained.
The Alliance of Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches of Singapore also proposed that there be a better safeguard of marriage between a man and a woman.
It said that repealing Section 377A would lead to aggressive activism by LGBT groups.
The alliance said that it rejects any normalisation of homosexuality and denounces "attempts to deconstruct Singapore’s norms on marriage and family".
The statement was issued because the grouping has been part of ongoing consultations by “government ministers and their staff teams” regarding Section 377A.
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