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Love Letter from Lee See Nao to Jacelyn Chan

Dear Molly,

I'm totally mesmerized by this Ms Jacelyn Chan who wrote to the ST forum. I have no way of contacting her, but please help me declare my love for her. Thanks.

See Nao

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Ms Chan's letter to the ST:


Right decision to fine MediaCorp over gay couple

I REFER to the Media Development Authority (MDA) decision against MediaCorp in the article last Thursday, 'MediaCorp fined for airing show featuring gay couple'.

I agree with and applaud MDA's decision to fine MediaCorp for airing a show featuring a gay couple on television. In airing the show, MediaCorp is tacitly promoting a gay lifestyle. The act of airing such a show which promotes a gay (and alternative) lifestyle is detrimental to the common good, as well as societal values.

The media should not endorsing or promote the gay lifestyle and should not describe a gay couple as a 'family unit'. To do so is irresponsible and may lead to erosion of values and breakdown of the traditional family unit (father, mother and children). MDA must step in to ensure compliance and observance of the law and guidelines, which have been laid down to ensure good values and morals are upheld in society.

Jacelyn Chan (Ms)


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Lee See Nao's love letter-cum-proposal of marriage to Ms. Jacelyn Chan

Dear Ms. Jacelyn Chan,

Allow me to declare my love for you through Molly's blog. I'm absolutely in love with you. (In case you are wondering, I'm male and you are female, so it's heterosexual love.)

Jacelyn dear, I first fell in love with your lovely prose style, which is direct and incisive, reflecting the magnetic personality of its writer. Then I realized that we are of one mind. I share your views and I can't possibly put it across better: "The media should not endorsing or promote the gay lifestyle and should not describe a gay couple as a 'family unit'. To do so is irresponsible and may lead to erosion of values and breakdown of the traditional family unit (father, mother and children)."

Jacelyn, my goddess! My universe! My sun! My moon! Jacelyn, will you please marry me? Let's get married and have children (plural, not singular) so that we can promote the traditional family unit together. Together, we can maintain social mores, be models of morality. Together, we can write to the ST forum and build a great nation out of Singapore.

Let's teach our children to throw stones at gays for brandishing their gay (and alternative) (and therefore bad) lifestyles at us.

Please marry me, Jacelyn!

Yours lovingly,
See Nao
leeseenao@woodbridge.com.sg

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Molly's note to Jacelyn:

Dear Jacelyn,

I'm only publishing See Nao's letter because I'm obsessed with free expression. Please just ignore his insane declarations of love unless it so happens that his love is reciprocated. At the risk of plagiarizing Prince Hamlet's advice to Ophelia, I believe your talents would find better connoisseurs in nunneries rather than in that crass Lee See Nao.

Yours Meekly,
Molly

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