It will always be a thorny issue when it comes to matters concerning the LGBTQ community in Singapore. But one thing’s for sure, is that the community is stronger now more than ever.
Despite the ban on foreign participants and vehement disagreement from locals, Pink Dot continues to draw larger and larger crowds with each passing year.
A large part of it is also due to more local companies pledging their support. With the ban on foreign participants at Pink Dot, more than 50 other local businesses have responded by becoming sponsors and one of them is GOODSTUPH.
A sponsor for three years, founder Pat Law doesn’t see GOODSTUPH stopping any time soon. “We remain a sponsor 3 years on, and we are committed to do so for as long as we can.”
In celebration of Pride Month, the social influence marketing agency has released limited edition merch in support of Pink Dot SG this year.
1. T-SHIRT, $25
2. RISOGRAPH POSTER (limited run of 50 pieces only), $25
3. T-SHIRT & POSTER BUNDLE, $45
These limited edition t-shirts and limited run of risograph prints (by local print studio, Knuckles & Notch) are a reflection of GOODSTUPH’s communist-inspired brand DNA.
The design features a pun on the Chinese words “同志们”, which means comrades in English, as well as a slang to describe homosexuals. And of course, it’s got a bright highlighter pink theme to boot.
You best hurry if you want to get your hands on them because Pat told us that they’ve sold 50% of their stock within the first 24 hours of launch!
GOODSTUPH t-shirts and posters are on sale now while stocks last at THE DAMN GOOD SHOP. All profits will be donated to Pink Dot.
Pink Dot SG 2019 will be held on 29 June Saturday, 5PM at Speakers’ Corner, Hong Lim Park. For more information, click here.