Hot damn, Mark Richmond looks hot now, I have to say. All beefy and brawny like that. Yummy. And that dazzling smile and that dimple! Whoa. Funny I never thought of him as cute before. But maybe it was because he was younger, and younger men just don’t register in the radar of my brain cells. I’ve always been into the look of ‘older’ men. By the way, he’s got pretty face and dimple and bushy eyebrows and cleft chin. WTF, how many good-looking features can get squeezed onto one face? So unfair.
And Ivan Heng looks delectable. Check out those lips. He’s got sexy face. He makes me think of Alan Cumming, somehow. They have the same vibe, and amazing talent. And check out his veiny solid forearms at 0:53 of the video. Yummy. Lucky pink plushie, he looks damn pleased with himself, I want to slap the smug look off his face.
With the gorgeous Michelle Chia, the trio are the ambassadors of Pink Dot, annually held at Hong Lim Park, Singapore, since 2009. The organizers of the movement write in their ‘about’ page that:
Pink Dot Sg is a non-profit movement started by a group of individuals who care deeply about the place that LGBT Singaporeans call home. It is a group for everyone, straight and gay, who support the belief that everyone deserves the freedom to love. With openness and acceptance, we hope to bring LGBT Singaporeans closer to their family and friends.
Pink is the colour of our ICs. It is also the colour when you mix red and white – the colours of our national flag. Pink Dot stands for an open, inclusive society within our Red Dot, where sexual orientation represents a feature, not a barrier.
Another remarkable thing is that the home-grown event has inspired people around the world to organise their own Pink Dot event. Its Wikipedia page lists the cities that have held gatherings.