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She also urges everyone to keep the bill in public discussion.
For a country that supposedly prides itself on being “LGBT-friendly,” the Philippines, in actuality, has a long way to go before it can claim to be any kind of safe haven for the queer community. The SOGIE Equality Bill, which might help
"Nakarating ako sa loob ng Kalayaan Hall na wala na yung ilalim ng sapatos ko."
The remains of former President Noynoy Aquino were laid to rest last Saturday, June 26, at the Manila Memorial Park, beside his parents Ninoy Aquino and former President Corazon Aquino.At the announcement of his passing, friends, colleagues, and even mere acquaintances of
She proudly wore an outfit from this local brand!
Vice President Leni Robredo received a lot of flak for the outfit she debuted in her recent address to the nation, which aired last Monday, August 24. Her choice of outfit consisted of a mauve yoke collar blouse adorned with a single
The city mayor is urged to "stick to common ground rules" instead.
The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease rejects Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto’s plea to exempt tricycles from the mass public transportation ban during the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine.“Concerned talaga ang gobyerno dito sa paggamit ng tricycle dahil
The asymptomatic senator is observing a 10-day quarantine in light of this diagnosis.
In a statement posted on his official Facebook account, Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri "Migz" Zubiri has announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19. "To my dear fellow Filipinos, my kababayans. It is with sadness that I announce that I am positive for
Check out all their outfits here!
As members of the Congress and their guests gathered for this year's State of the Nation Address, we kept our eyes peeled for their own modern take on the Philippines' traditional formal attire. Keep scrolling to see what everyone wore to #SONA2019!
Who gets your vote?
In case you missed it, Mocha Uson has challenged Vice President Leni Robredo to an eyeliner face-off. Well, those weren't her exact words, but she did say, "...Magharapan tayo, mata sa mata, eyeliner to eyeliner," in an interview wherein she directly addressed the VP.In the
We can hardly believe it ourselves.
On September 12, 119 lawmakers reportedly frustrated over the performance of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) voted in favor of giving the agency a P1000 budget for 2018. In case you were wondering, it's true—the shockingly measly number effectively renders the
Now here's a fashion statement, literally.
What happened in Milan certainly won't stay in Milan. Raury, an American singer-songwriter and rapper, used the catwalk as a platform to protest against Dolce & Gabbana during Men's Fashion Week! The reason? The Italian luxury brand proudly dressed U.S. First Lady
Everyone is (rightfully) angry.
Nothing unites Pinoys quite like a controversial Tito Sotto moment. Time and again, the senator and Eat Bulaga host pissed off pretty much everyone, from "victim shaming" comments to indie films in the MMFF, blatant plagiarism, dated views on reproductive health, promising
Whose face would you rather see on a postage stamp?
At the beginning of the final episode of American Idol’s last season, US President Barack Obama explained how the show taught everyone a very valuable lesson, one that goes far beyond chasing dreams of stardom. He said that "this show has motivated
Election Day is drawing near, and now more than ever, it’s flooding our social media feeds with posts relating to Philippine politics. Seeing controversial issues and personal rants all over Facebook and Twitter is inevitable, but our personal fave? Why, the most
They’ll win your votes in the style department.
Being married to the head of state, everything you do could make a difference in the world—and that includes picking the right shoes to go with the right bag. When you’re constantly photographed and judged based on what you wear, putting in
Our lives do not have to be governed by choices other people make for us.
Everyday, our lives are governed by choices other people make for us: from the amount of taxes we pay to which vehicles can slug through the congested roads of EDSA on a Monday. Everyday, we live through choices other people make for
Enjoy the parade of Filipiniana from this year's State of the Nation Address.