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Pink Dot SG is a annual, non-profit, free-for-all event which started in 2009, in support of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community in Singapore.
Attendees of Pink Dot events gather to form a 'pink dot' to show support for inclusiveness, diversity and the freedom to love.
In September 2008, rules governing activities conducted at Singapore's Speakers' Corner at Hong Lim Park were relaxed, allowing demonstrations organised by Singaporeans to be held at the park, providing that all participants are either citizens or permanent residents.
This allowed the first Pink Dot SG event to take place at the Speakers' Corner on . After Pink Dot SG 2009, many organisations around the world have modeled LGBT events to the Pink Dot concept, often borrowing the "Pink Dot" prefix.
The design of the Pink Dot SG mascot "Pinkie", a personification of the pink dot, was provided by graphic designer Soh Ee Shaun.