Friday, June 26, 2015

FB Scoop: Atty. Bruce Rivera Feels LGBT Overreacted on the Valkyrie Incident


Images courtesy of Facebook: Bruce V. Rivera

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  1. I must agree with this. OA na masyado.. Konting kibot. Discrimation na agad! Kung ayaw kayo papasukin dyan sa high end bar na yan eh di mag padis nalang kayo! Haha

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    1. tama padis na lang

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    2. Ay salamat naman may isang may utak sa LGBT community at nagsabi ng katotohanan ng kababawan ng pagwawarla ng mga Super Sireyna na ito. Pwede bang gamitin niyo ang pagpapansin niyo kung paano ipakulong ang mga magnanakaw sa gobyerno para may sense ang kakulitan at pagpapapansin niyo

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    3. Bravo atty.bruce rivera.tatandaan ko pangalan mo very dignified.

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    4. Good point, Atty. Bruce Rivera.

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    5. Case close. Next please!

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    6. Kasi may pagka ipokrita ng mga owners ng Valkyrie dahil beki rin sila pero sila mismo ang nag discriminate sa kapwa nila.

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    7. 12:30 pa-intellectual ka pa dyan. Case CLOSED kasi.

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    8. Tumapak atty. bruce rivera. Salamat at may isang katulad mo na magmulat sa mga tao ng ano ba talaga mas importante!

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    9. Everything you said is true!!!!!!!!!!!

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    10. You have my respect atty.bruce sana lahat ng beki ganito.if u want to be respected choose ur battles.

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    11. I couldn't say it any better!buti naman at meron may sense na member Ng lgbt na yan...

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    12. Wow! This is what every one should understand. Not all battles should be fought. Fight the ones that will win you the war.

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  2. This is the only thing that makes sense all throughout this overrated issue.

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    1. Exactly! These whiners are actually giving LGBT a bad name. Their priority is to enter an exclusive club while there is so much oppression going on towards gays and lesbians that needs immediate attention. Parang ang babaw tuloy ng mga transgender. Congratulations Cross dressers who want in an exclusive club... You just set LGBT back a few decades with your bratty stand.
      --Avid LGBT supporter

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    2. Correct, logical si bruce.

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    3. HOMAY GADDD! sa wakas may LGBT na may sense! standing ovation para sa yo bruce!

      at pak na paaaak sa veejay floresca showing her cali ID na female! jusko 3 yrs lang sa u.s. im not from here agad? and for what? just to enter a sleazy bar??? kalokaaaa!!!

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    4. 3:58 super correct. its as if its the only thing that they are into. nagpapakita lang ito ng totoong kulay ng kanilang mga myembro. gusto mong hanapin asan sila? well, andali nasa mga clubs lang sila !!! naglalandi! LGBT, guys i might be harsh in my comments pero waley na talaga. nakakawalang respeto talaga! bahala kayo kung anong sabihin ninyo sa akin, basta para sa akin lahat ng ipinaglalaban ninyo waley. superficial, kaartehan!!!

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    5. Gusto k yung sinasabi ni atty. rivera, hindi lang LGBT for sure ang nakatikim ng discrimination, pati rin babae or lalaki. Meron din silang hindi pinapapasok na babae or lalaki sa loob.

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    6. 12:38 baks! im gay at andito ako sa office. wala sa clubs or bars. :D may mga nagttrabaho ng maayos. hindi lahat lumalandi. hahaha! saka kahit straight makikita mo sa bars at naglalandian! baka naman sa gay bar ka pumupunta kaya puro yan nakikita mo. hahaha!

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    7. 6:04 guilty ka? bat pumuputak ka? pagsabihan mo yang mga kauri mo, sobrang cheapanga!

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    8. 11:19 pag sumagot guilty? kitid mo ah!

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  3. TUMPAK... all types of organization which claims to be an advocate of LGBT should read this....claiming for equality tapos pasosyalan and competition amongst the community ang nangyayari...

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    1. sakto! nakakawalang gana! instead of rallying for the pressing issues na kinasasangkutan ng grupo nila. ayan party party palagi. andami kayang naghihirap ng bading at mga tomboy na napapabayaan na. yong mga wala ng matirhan dahil sa katandaan at wala ng pamilya, instead na tulungan ang mga ito, ang mga trans naman nagwawaldas ng pera sa pagpapasosyal!

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  4. May point siya. Kahit si abunda ang OA ng reaction. Si kris nga kita sa mukha niya na di niya makuha yung sobrang rant ni abunda at ng guest nila.

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    1. True hindi naman disrespectful yung pagtawa ni kris. Kahit ako natawa sa claims ni veejay.

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  5. Napaka OA din kasi ng LGBT na to. Kala mo naman kung sinong mga entitled. A bruised ego does not mean discrimination

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  6. Sa wakas legalities na ang peg, may sense na buti na lang! LOL LOL

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  7. Dear atty. Rivera, thank you for your post. I fully understand your point. I am a transgender writing to you with my sincere point of view. The reason why the community is 'over reacting' is not because one was not merely allowed to party or have fun, but a transgender was denied of a simple and basic right to have fun in an supposedly just a gimik place or bar. We the lgbt community have been tolerant and understanding with us being just second class citizens. We must admit na because of who we are a simple use of a comfort room becomes dilemna much more fulfilling our dreams. It hurts because even if we excel in our scholastic performance for example, these achievements are useless most of the time because of discriminication. And we have tolerated that fact obviously. We seldom see transgenders in high positions. Halimbawa kapag ba ang isang transgender is tumakbo as a president, sa tingin po ba natin may chansa kmi na manalo. Wala! Malayo pa kng hindi man impossible na maabot un. And tanggap na po namin un fact na un. Na kht pa gaano kami maging mas magaling, matalino, malakas o maganda. Ang tingin pa rin samin ay hindi karapatdapat. Kaya napasakit na un simpleng pagpasok na nga lang sa isang bar ay ipagkakait pa samin at hindi lang un ay yuyurakan pa un pagkatao namin. Sana po ay maunawaan niyong lahat ang ipinaglalaban po namin dito. Restricted na nga ang pwede namin gawin pati ba naman ang napakababaw na pagpnta lang sa isang walang kwenta na bar ay ipinagkait pa. Maraming salamat po.

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    1. Gusto ko Lang i-refute Ito. Una, ang pagiging presidente e kelangan ng koneksyon and political family name e ni wala pa nga ata akong narinig na trans na Gustong mag Brgy capt. Or MMDA traffic enforcers man Lang why? Coz gusto niyo e social life the good life kaya nga visible kayo sa mga clubs and entertainment centers like resorts world! Second, majority sa inyo eh fashion ang focus And hairstyling so walang mga tulad niyo ang inventing things to help others coz wala namang nagsascientist o engineering o architecture sa inyo puro parties and social life with the elite ang goals niyo! Third ang mga second class citizens e yung mga poor it doesn't matter kung trans pa Ito o Hindi dahil it is how we treat the poor! Ayoko ng dagdagan ng fourth to tenth, tigilan niyo nlng itong mga naaping drama niyo at feeling napapabayaan at Hindi nabibigyan ng pansin!

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    2. That's insecurity; lack of self confidence. Cheer up honey!

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    3. Alam mo po nasa inyo din yan kung bakit ganyan ang tingin sa inyo ng ga tao. Look at what most of you trans are doing? Karesperespeto ba? Siguro dapat magsimula yan sa inyo. Kumilos din kayo ng tama.

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    4. That's insecurities; lack of self confidence. Cheer up honey!

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    5. Again, choose your battles. The effort you gave on this issue could have been more meaningful if invested on deeper and stronger issues. For example, lgbt deprived of access to healthcare and employment.. a more noble cause that can even motivate non-lgbt to rally the issue with you. Better yet, you can work on issues affecting both lgbt & non-lgbt, that way there is common ground that can further trigger or spark a more robust race towards acceptance and equality. And again, access to that kind of establishment will never be a.right. Do a battle cry if you are denied entrance to a public school, for example. I would not be surprised if next time, access to mrt section for women na naman poproblemahin if even simple rules & restrictions can't be.respected.

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    6. Pero sabi nga ni attorney, malamang kahit straight naging biktima rin. Mababaw pa rin, Hindi na kelangang ibalita pa sa TV.

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    7. Hi. I understand how you feel. Pero sana nakuha mo tin yung point ni Atty who I really think make much more sense. Choose your battles where you position LGBT and this fight for equality and acceptance. Because LGBT spokespersons may be doing LGBT more harm than good since public perception now becomes masyadong mababaw na man ang issue na pinaglalaban. as you've said you've experienced a lot of discrimination why can't LGBT find one that is more relevant and where public perception and understanding of LGBT can widen at maging daan sa acceptance.

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    8. Di mo nagets ang point teh. Basa ulit.

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    9. there's no such thing as a second class citizen..why would you consider yourself a 2nd class citizen in the first place?

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    10. Ati, ang pag pasok sa isang bar ay pribelehiyo, hindi karapatan. Timbangin mo ang privelage sa karapatan.

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    11. puro kaartehan. right to access a bar daw? bakit kayo lang ba ang nadeny? mga straight men and women din teh nadeny? pero hindi kami kasing OA ninyo na talagang as if kung ano na. kung noon parang napaisip pa ako sa hinihingi ninyong equal rights, ngayon nganga na. kaartehan lang yan. wala namang makakafeel ng insecurities kung walang insecure!!!

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    12. ikaw na din nagsabi,, "walang kwentang bar" tapos ini-expect niyo na makiayon ang karamihan sa sinasabi niyong discrimination dahil lang hindi kayo pinapasok sa "walang kwentang bar"??? pakibasa ulit yung sinabi ni atty para maintindihan mo iyung sinasabi niya,

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    13. You are the reason why atty wrote that long post. Lahat tayo nakakaranans ng discrimination. Kahit anung gender preference mo. May mga tao lang tlga na marunong pumili ng battles na papasukan nila. Hindi lahat dapat patulan. LGBT is trying to portray themselves as respectable human beings. Simple dresscode hindi masunod? Wherever u go may rules na sinusunod. May mga lugar na pag naka tsinelas or shorts ka bawal pumasok. Never ako nakadinig ng nag reklamo sa social media ng na discriminate sya dahil dun. Kasi as people we will simply choose to abide with the rules. Bibili nlng ako ng sapatos kesa magka problema. Or hindi nlng ako papasok. Simple right. Respect starts within u. Learn to obey to gain respect.

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    14. Masydong gasgas na yung discrimination word ng LGBT, cmon hindi lang po kayo nakakaranas nyan, khit sa amin na lalaki/babae, minsan nga damit palang, hndi na pinapasok. Pero wag nalang kayo mapikon at magalit. Tama sinasabi nung mga nakakarami, mas maraming pang malalim na usapin, kesa hndi pagpasok sa isang bar..

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    15. Mababaw man ang issue pero aminin natin na naging spark sya upang mapag-usapan ang mga issue regarding Transgender. Marami sa atin ang hindi pa rin nauunawaan ang ibig sabihin nito. Sana ay maging daan ang usapin ito upang mapalawak pa ang kaalaman natin tungkol sa kanila. Sana ay malampasan natin ang pagiging mababaw ng issue para matanong natin sa ating mga sarili bakit kaya sila ganito. Ano ba talaga ang kanilang pinaglalaban? Sana ay magkaunawaan tayo para mabigyang solusyon kung ano mang problema kinakaharap natin.

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    16. kaya di gano kadami ang nakikisimpatiya sa LGBT at mga kaparehong grupo nita na me mga ipinaglalaban, overly sensitive at confrontational sila (mostly). Ang tingin nila lagi silang inaapi. Sa tingin mo pag merong 2 straight na babae or lalaki sabay na nag apply ng work sa isang company, sino palaygay mo ang pipiliin, both of them excel in their scholastic records one graduated from PUP the other from UP? Pag merong isang Tausug na tatakbong Presidente palagay mo me boboto sa kanya?

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    17. 9:51 ano nga ba talaga ha? kasi parang ang babaw! nagwawala ang mga hitad dahil nadiscrimate sa isang private bar!

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  8. Ang ganda ng pagkakasabi ni Atty! Nakarelate ako bilang tindera ng isaw.

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    1. Ako naman bilang stand-by.....tambay sa Tagalog

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  9. Ang ganda nito grabe. As in.

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  10. Finally! A breather from all the (over)reactions. Wow thank you Atty. Rivera. This time ka-LGBT nyo ang nagbigay ng level headed reasoning. KUDOS!

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  11. Tama sobrang oa na ng mga beki. Hindi lang pinapasok super big deal na. Discrimination ek ek. Talaga naman may hibdi pinapapasok sa bar kapag hindi nila feel. Kahit heterosexual din. May nag aklas na ba? Mga beking to sobrang oa

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  12. Super love the statement. Ang mga baklang yan na oa makareact dahil lang sa walang kakwenta kwentang issue. Masyadong pa bida. Wala namang kwenta ang pinaglalaban

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  13. Again, choose your battles LGBT. The effort you gave on this issue could have been more meaningful if invested on deeper and stronger issues. For example, lgbt deprived of access to healthcare and education. That is a more noble cause and can even motivate non-lgbt to rally the issue with you. Better yet, you can also emphasize issues affecting both lgbt & non-lgbt, that way there is common ground that can further trigger or spark stronger race towards acceptance and social equality.

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    1. Love ur comment ateng!! Spot on!!

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  14. Again, choose your battles LGBT. The effort you gave on this issue could have been more meaningful if invested on deeper and stronger issues. For example, lgbt deprived of access to healthcare and education. That is a more noble cause and can even motivate non-lgbt to rally the issue with you. Better yet, you can also emphasize issues affecting both lgbt & non-lgbt, that way there is common ground that can further trigger or spark stronger race towards acceptance and social equality.

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  15. Very, very, very true... Very well said. -Anonymuse.

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  16. Baks eto lahat ng gusto ko sabihin, angaling mo! Hehe

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  17. Naisip ko din ung about sa CA state ID. asa pilipinas ka tas gagamitin mo ID ng ibang bansa eh hindi ka naman citizen ng bansa where that ID was issued. And FYI, hindi ganun kahirap kumuha ng ID na yan. Kung level of difficulty baga, postal ID levels sa pinas. I'm sorry VJ but you're displaying a typical filipino mentality (not all but karamihan) na nakaapak lang sa US feeling kano na din. agree with bruce, this is overreaction and not worthy para ibalita sa news ng ilang linggo. NEXT!

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    1. Lol! Tama ka diyan! Yung IBA nga nakatungtong lang sa call center feeling
      Kano na rin! Hahaha!

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  18. Clap clap! Very well said. Yes, we do live in the third world country so lets focus on problems that makes us a third world country. I dont think by simply allowing crossdressers on that ignorant club would magically solve discrimination among the lgbt community.

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  19. True. Aarte nyo.

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  20. totally agree..nkakasuka na ang pgka.oa ng mga tao tungkol sa issue na to..kng ganitong level lng dn ang pinaglalaban nyo, who would respect you?

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  21. pak na pak! slow clap!

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  22. Very well said. Choose the battles and be sensitive to others who are not as fortunate. Your examples are so enlightening and hit it right on the nail. Making noise about being denied entry to a club when majority if the masses are going hungry is so blatant and polarizing. I commend and applaud you.

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    1. kaartehan ng mga baklang pasosyal. never heard joel cruz or ricky reyes etc doing that diva attitude. ang mga totoong successful na bading na talagang naghirap at yumaman quite lang. pero itong mga biglang yaman dahil sa mga kinurakot nilang papa aw ang OOOOAAA ninyo!

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  23. Finally someone who really made sense! Salamat at nakaka happy makabasa nitong mga taong nag iisip talaga

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    1. Ang galing nya. Ito un taong karesprespeto talaga. Sa kahit among gender, ang matalino pa rin ang nagstand out.

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  24. Chura nitong si atty, bandang last part sa sinabi nia, kala mo naman lahat ng beki can afford. Hindi rin, tse!
    Pero agree ako for the most part, oa at shallow lang talaga ng issue nina veejay & co sa valk, not to mention wala sa lugar kasi pinagsisiksikan ang sarili sa private establishment

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  25. some people are too quick to cry foul. I'm not against equality but don't play the lgbt card when things don't happen in your favor

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    1. True. Nakita ko to kagabi and I immediately followed Atty Bruce. I felt like dami ko matututunan sa kanya hehe - straight woman from taguig

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    2. oo lawter nga ni janet napoles yan eh...marami talaga kau matututunan...gudluck

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    3. Baks, ibang issue yung kay Napoles.

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  26. I need to give a slow clap to this person.

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  27. Dati pa me ganyan during the warly 90's sa Mars Disco marami rin sila nire reject n makapasok kahit babae o lalaki pag di nila feel so ganyan talaga me rule ang club na ganyan so walang magagawa, disceretion ng Valkyrie yan!!

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  28. Ganyan din sa Faces At Euphoria dati, me discretion sila na di magpapasok pag di nila feel ang suot o itsura. So wag ng oa and move on na.

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    1. I love you atty bruce!!!! Eto lang ang nag react about that issue na may sense. Finally someone reasonable at edukado na hindi social climber. Tama naman na ipaglaban yong relevant issues, hindi yong na deny ng entry, gusto war na kaagad. Analyze niyo kung anong mga pinaglalaban niyo. Being denied entry to that so-called sosyal na club should be the least of your problems! Kung ayaw sa inyo, then go somewhere else. I am a fan now, Atty Bruce😃

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  29. LGBT chosss...BS so much

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  30. true. parang hindi na nga ito "discrimination issue", more like "social climbers' issue". come on. They have their rules, igalang niyo. Kung di kayo papasukin, lumipat sa iba. Their loss not yours, di ba? unless, may iba kayong dahilan para isiksik ang sarili niyo dun.

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    1. Hahaha!!! Oo nga teh!!! Need to make siksik talaga ang peg? Hahaha!!!

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  31. Tama.. mas marami ring straight na di napapasok dun.. tapos pag di nagsalita ung kapwa nila trans sa isyu aawayin nila.. si Rocero parang takaw away e.. wala na sa lugar..

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  32. Thank you atty...we can want everything but we ca'nt get everything we want..lgbt must chose what battles to fight...

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  33. Baka kc may isdang gustong mahuli na nasa loob kaya pilit gustong pumasok..e napahiya di nakapasok..kaya rant ng rant si ateng..

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    1. 4:28 tama ka teh. andyan kasi sa loob ang mga gwapong straight na gustong tuklawin ng mga ganid na pasosyal an beki! shame on them, siksik pa more!

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  34. Valkyrie Nightclub has a dress code. What not to wear? Sleeveless shirts, tank tops, sports jerseys, and shorts and cropped pants for men. Sandals, open shoes and slippers are also a no-no for the gentlemen. For the ladies, no slippers. Kung male ka pa din sa ID, wag ka mgsuot ng bawal for men. Kaya di sya nkapasok kasi naka-sandals, ndi dahil transgender sya. Asan discrimination dun? Dapat ngclose shoes na lang sya! Ung ID nya is California ID, valid ID ba sa Pinas un, ndi. Ang alam ko passport, SSS, PRC, LTO...

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  35. MISMO! Nadali mo, Attorney! *slow clap*

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    1. hahah clap k din ulit pag naipanalo nya kaso ni janet napoles...

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    2. Ate, ano naman ang koneksyon nito sa status niya sa facebook? Kahit sino pa ang kliyente niya, hindi magbabago na may sense talaga ang sinabi ni Atorni.

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  36. Very very well said!

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  37. This is so true. Thanks Atty, :)

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  38. Thank you Atty dap at Kayo na Lang mag lead ng LGBT para may patty guan ang pinaglalaban. I am totally supportive of LGBT and acceptance of them in society but makes me sad when they get involved in these shallow issues rather than fighting with conviction on things that matter and will really change the perception and maaccept at maintindihan ng mas marami about treating LGBT as equals and fight for things na talagang makakataas ng level ng LGBT instead of now mukhang mas marami pang naiinis sa pinaglalaban ninyo.

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    1. ako inis na inis! nasusuka ako sa kaartehan ng mga beking ito!

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  39. Hit the spot on that ATTY!

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  40. He's on point. I have been stigmatized too because I look young to be on my job. But I let it go. It was bad, I felt bad but reacting like this? OA. They should just accept the apology and move forward.

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  41. Kung ganito lang sana ang iba mag isip, ang talino at may sense.

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  42. I echo your sentiments atty! Galing mo for articulating what the silent majority's thoughts are.

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  43. Pinaka sensible na nabasa ko about the issue. *slow clap

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  44. Im very proud of my professor. Kuddos!

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  45. Tolerance does not mean acceptance. We just learn to co-exist with respect. As for LGBT, hindi lang kayo ang tao sa mundo. Maraming tao ang mas malalim pa ang problema kung imumulat nyo lang ang mga mata nyo.

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  46. Natumbok ni Atty. Sa wakas may malinaw na nag-analisa ng mga bagay-bagay tungkol sa pangyayari. Maidagdag ko lang, kung marami namang bar, bakit kailangang ipagsisiksikan ang sarili nila sa bar na 'yun? Siguro kaya nag-iingay kasi napahiya nang hindi pinapasok dahil iba na nga ang estado niya.
    Pero Atty. Bruce, natumbok mo. Sana marami pang tulad mo na ganyan mag-isip.

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  47. Eto lang ang binasa kong article about this bar incident. Wala rin kasi akong paki sa mga ganyang eksena. No offense to LGBT community, pero kung ganyang kababaw ang issue niyo eh di sasabihin kong away bakla ito. O diba, lalong nakakainsulto?

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    1. Totoong babae ako! Papasukin ako.
      - Divine Lee

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  49. Spot on Sir! So proud to be your student!!!

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  50. Finally! Someone has put some sense over this matter. Very well said!

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  51. Totoo ang sinabi ni atty. umo-OA na masyado ang iba, makareact lang sa issue.

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  52. May ibang gays kasi kabastos bastos

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  53. Boy abunda actually leads the kaOAHan ng mga beki na to. Kairita.

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    1. dahil dito nabawasan ang paghanga ko kay abunda. akala ko pa naman smart siya, pero dahil lang sa kaartehang ganito, lumabas na mababaw lang pala siya!

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  54. OA na, pa-victim pa.

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  55. Very well said. Ako ayoko din sana magcomment about ganyang issues, kasi siguradong magagalit sila kung taliwas sa paniniwala nila ang comment ng tao. Ang ending eh magiging isa ka na rin sa "nagdidiscriminate" sa kanila.
    Kung may dresscode ang lugar, edi dun ka sa iba pumunta. Bat mo pa ipipilit ang sarili mo eh napakarami namang ibang bar dyan na walang ganong policy.
    Hindi naman siguro sa hindi nila nirerespeto ang mga crossdressers. Sadyang may dahilan lng sila kaya meron silang ganon na policy.
    Parang tayo lang din, may mg bagay na ayaw natin kasi may dahilan.
    May kanya kanya tayong opinion at pananaw sa buhay. Respetuhin nalang natin ang opinion ng bawat isa.

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  56. Palibhasa hindi kasi sya ang na-deny ng entrance! Syempre sumama loob ni veejay knowing na merong cross-dresser na nakapasok na di hamak na mukhang trashy sa kanya. Syempre ang mga bakla, support agad sa inaping kapatid! Duhhhh

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    1. sus, nasaktan lang ego ni VJ kaya nanggagalaiti sya. kahit saan siya pumunta sa Pinas, hindi valid ang California ID niya. Wag niyang dalhin ang Amerika sa Pinas.

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    2. pak na pak, Anon 2:18! wagi ka dyan!

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    3. You obviously didnt get my point. Natural maooffend ka dahil alam mong may katulad mong nakakapasok tapos ikaw hindi pwede? Syempre you have to tell the whole gay community sa Pinas.

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  57. Very well said! Maliit na bagay masyadong pinapalaki. Ang dami daming ibang club juice colored. Parang mamamatay sila pag di pinapasok sa Valkyrie!

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  58. Finally, a voice of reason. Bravo Atty.!!! Ito dapat ang kumakatawan sa lgbt, hindi ang kung sino sino lang na sugod ng sugod sa kahit anong isyung walang katuturan. Respect is earned, mga beks.

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    1. are u crazy?!!this guys is the lawyer of janet napoles!!!

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    2. So what? Anon 12:52. His case with janet napoles is a different storry. Why are you so irrational?

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    3. @12:52 so does that make him a criminal??? He's writing from a gay person's point of view, and his being a lawyer for that scammer has nothing to do with it. Ikaw ata ang makitid ang isip ateng/koya!

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  59. a glaring contrast between educated and feeling educated take on the issue... tama yan atty., choose your battles hwag yung parang amazona na uhaw sa gyera

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  60. Woohoo! He was my professor. Very well said Sir!

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  61. People still clearly don't get the difference between cross-dressers and transgenders ... and the nature of sexual orientation and gender identity. Read up and educate yourselves. And if I may add, this issue - even when it has been happening for quite some time - became controversial only because more known personalities started to speak up. It is something which anyone, in any similar situation should do. At hindi porke't nag-ingay ang karamihan sa mga LGBT sa issue na ito, ibig sabihin wala na kaming pakialam sa ibang issues na sa tingin niyo ay mas mahalaga. Remember Jennifer Laude? And we also are one with the rest of the nation condemning what happened to SAF44. The difference is, in the collective issues that does not involve aspects of gender biases, the LGBT voice becomes one with everyone else's. While in cases like that of Valkyrie's it seems that the LGBT is alone in expressing its dismay kaya mas highlighted ang "ingay" at inaakala ng iba na OA.

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    1. OA pa rin. super OA, kaartehan!

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    2. Why? Most people regardless of sexual orientation see your fight against valkyrie as one of pa "sosyal" issues. Why don't you choose your battles which could impact our society more. A lot of people experience discrimination.

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    3. Wow. And that's the best you could say, Anon 11:25? Basa ka ng SOGIE and rehash on your logical skills. Perhaps then you'll have something much better to retort.

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  62. nagbago ihip ng hangin dito ah..asan na yung mga kumukutya sa valkyrie at planong magboycott? tahimik ang mga kapmon ni veejay.

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  63. Bless you...curious nga ako kung kukuda pa din sila ng ganito kung sa hindi 'kasikatang' bar sila hindi pinapasok..big deal kaya...nangyayari din naman yan sa mga straight na tao pero wala namang nagkukuda ng ganyan!
    KAPAG HINDI KAYO PINAPASOK SA MGA PRECINCT POLLING PLACE BECAUSE YOU ARE FROM LGBT GROUP...ayun hindi na tama yun!

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  64. Bakit walang react si divine lee? Kala ko claim nya na siya ang queen mother? LOL

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  65. I read it twice, slow clap

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  66. Finally, somebody who makes common sense at sa gender pa nila.

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  67. Very well said! This is the only logical opinion I have read about the Valkyrie incident. Sana mabasa ito ng lahat, lalo na sina Veejay at Boy Abunda!

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  68. This is the most sensible comment I've read regarding this over rated issue. Thumbs up Atty!

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  69. Very well said. Slow claps for atty

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  70. Husay ni Atty! I to am gay and I do think being accepted in Valkyrie has no relevance if you think about the plight of the gay community in our country. Tama na that they call the attention of management with regards to their discrimination. If they do not do anything about it then stop patronizing the establishment. These night clubs come and go anyway.

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  71. Wow choose ur battles pala?dinamay mo pa mga isyu sa kahirapan?eh lawyer ka nga ni JANET NAPOLES!....hayysss

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    1. Bakit dinadamay mo trabaho niya? Bakit, kahit mamamatay tao may karapatan sa isang abogado. Please lang, argue on the level of his statements hindi yung wala kang masabi sisiraan mo na lang.

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    2. Duh. Trabaho nya un. Anu pinag lalaban mo? And it's every Filipinos right to defend themselves in any court or get a lawyer. Stick with the issue teh.

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    3. Hay hay. Where have you been hiding your brain? He is a lawyer and if he chooses to defend Janet Napoles that is his prerogative. That is also an isolated case.

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  72. Yan ang ok na "gay"! Kagalang-galang pa rin kahit pa sabihin mo na gay siya pero sa itsura pa lang eh kagalang-galang pa rin manamit and all, pati thinking, di puro kalandian (pardon for the word) or party party lang ang inaatupag!

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  73. very well said. ito naman kasing mga baklang social climbers puro kalandian lang alam

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  74. Valkyrie like all the other overly priced and overly hyped pasosyal clubs in Manila will close down. It will eventually become a stupid clichè failed investment of people who are just in it to feel good abt themselves by being attached to a an "alta" crowd. A true Alta doesn't even give a rat's a** abt clubs like this. They party in their own private yachts and hire a good dj or on their own penthouse balcony. To be seen inside Valkyrie only provides a pretend social high but in the end, you poor little bastards will go back to your real life and feel bad abt spending a lot of money you worked hard for in your 9-5 job, for something not even tangible. Bow.

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  75. A bruised ego does not mean discrimination.

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  76. Go atty. Bruce! -from your student last sem: )

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  77. Is this the same Atty. Bruce Rivera who represents Janet Lim Napoles? I wonder.

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