From our survey, it seems like teens (age 19 & below) are less progressive on issues of political freedoms and tackling inequality than young adults (20-29). However, there doesn’t seem to be much difference between their attitudes toward LGBTQ people.
In our survey, we found that males (within the WUSG audience) tend to be less enthusiastic about social change and less perceptive of issues of inequality than females, even though both our male & female audiences are still relatively progressive.
In the age of messy social media, where everyone is pointing fingers at everyone else, it’s often hard to identify the real victims of marginalization and discrimination. Anyone can claim that they are being marginalized or silenced, so it’s good to take a step back to see if all forms of social rejection and criticism are the same as marginalization.
In the context of capitalist society, exploitation is the extraction of free labour from the worker. In other words, workers are not compensated what they deserve.
Now that GE2020 is over, we can say a few other things that have been lying under the surface that needs to be addressed.
In every relationship, setting boundaries is important. Here are five of our red lines that the PAP has crossed.
The Straits Times was previously embroiled in public controversy over an article infographic that presented the summary of an opinion poll of what jobs were the most “non-essential”.
In the statement, the SPP expressed deep concern and urged the Government to “tread with utmost caution and regard for the privacy of Singaporeans”.
It is not known whether such a contact tracing device if rolled out, will be compulsory. However, many Singaporeans have voiced their concerns about the possible invasion of privacy.