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Singapore Penalizes Vogue for Promoting ‘Non-Traditional Families’

Singapore has cut the permit of a local version of Vogue magazine for promoting “non-traditional families” as the city-state reaffirms cultural limits.

Vogue Singapore breached content guidelines on four occasions within the past two years for featuring such content as well as nudity, the Ministry of Communications and Information said in a statement on Friday. The magazine was given a “stern warning” and its one-year publishing license was revoked, with a shorter six-month permit issued instead.