Milestones in Singapore’s Quest to be the Region’s Sex Hub
Aug 2003 – Ban on bar top dancing lifted
Sep 2004 – Ban on Cosmopolitan magazine lifted
May 2005 – Crazy Horse cabaret to be shown
Aug 2005 – The Great Singapore Sex
Oct 2005 – Big Boyz Toyz
Just as Bangkok has opened a spanking new airport to compete with Changi, we are taking on Patpong head on. This strategy will draw tourists with loads of money here and put Singapore on the world sex map. If you though that we are copying Bangkok outright, you are very wrong. Remember hor, in Singapore we do everything the Uniquely Singaporean way. In Bangkok, all the sleaze takes place one floor above… in Singapore, we do it in the .... [drumroll] ....
“.... the grapevine has it that bondage and sado-machochistic paraphernalia may well be on the menu in the dungeon”
Oooh.... kinky! Maybe they can get ex-Changi Prison inmates to give some expertise on how to build the dungeon. I mean with the décor :)
Of course, locals will be shielded from all this sleaze in their own backyard. Not because the rear door is closed (well, it is if you have an alternative sexual lifestyle in Singapore), but because of a ‘hefty’ fee to enter the immoral world. I wont be surprised if Singaporeans sell their HDB flat to get a taste of gahmen-approved sin.
The authorities will be lurking outside these sleaze venues. Not only to catch the criminals but also people who begin humping the lamppost as soon as they exit the place. In Singapore as you know, such gyrations are reserved only for the bedroom, the washroom and in front of the computer screen :)