Lune Loh, co-founder of Students for a Safer NUS, member of tFreedom, and Executive Director of TransNUS, speaks to PJ Thum and Sean Francis Han (WakeUpSG) about her activism, her life as a trans woman in Singapore (especially during National Service), and the recent kerfuffle over an educational event on bondage and rope play organised by tFreedom.

Also see find tFreedom’s Public Statement on the Petition here/s@ber’s Facebook Page, and Lune’s Poetry Blog.

This episode is a collaboration with Wake Up Singapore. You can find out more about them online on their website, facebook and Instagram.


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