Monday, October 8, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Kim Chiu Means No Harm in Saying 'Bakla,' Apologizes for Possibly Offending People

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78 comments:

  1. Me myself and I. Hahaha.

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    1. Lol. Yeah, should’ve been “I, myself”. Kimmy pa, lagi naman. Suki na.

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    2. "me, myself, is..." is correct. kulang lang siya ng punctuations. or pwede ring..."i,myself, am..."

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    3. 101, wrong. You can’t use “me” as a subject pronoun. Only “I, myself” is correct. You can also google that if you wanna fact-check.

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    4. Gosh ang laki ng problema nyo. Americans? English?

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    5. Aminado naman sya na me mali sya sa English ang nagpasalamat pa nga sya sa mga nag-correct sa kanya. At least she's trying, wah na i-down. Kaya madaming pinoy na meron inferiority complex dahil sa mga taong mapagkutya.

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    6. As long as naunawan nyo naman iyong gusto nyang ipahayag, keri na sana.

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    7. Learning grammar is good but language is much better. Humaneness and kindness is essential.

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    8. Ganyan daw natutunan ni ateng sa UP. lol

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    9. The point is, mag-Tagalog nalang kung mali mali din lang naman ang english grammar. Mga Pilipino rin naman ang kausap o nagbabasa ng posts nya. Hirap kasi kay Kim th na pa-sosy. Nagmumukhang katawa tawa tuloy.

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  2. kahit nga dito sa fb tinatawag ahat as bakla, baks et al. Parang variable nlng ung word na un. Na angkop sa lahat. Mapa babae o lalaki. Bakit kaya ganon? Awkward rin if ibang word ang gagamiti as variable. Diba ladies?

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  3. Hay kailangan nalang ba lagi i-appease ang mga overly sensitive na mga tao

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    1. So true! Yung mga konting kibot, offended agad. Geez!

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    2. Tayo din naman mga straight madami pang pinaglalaban parang sila lang ang oppressed na oppressed

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    3. it's easy for you to say kasi hindi kayo yung affected. maling-mali na kapag takot o mahina or duwag ang isang lalaki, tatawagin niyo siyang bakla. maling gamitin silang pang-insulto.

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    4. I love my friends from the LGBT community but SOME overly sensitive members make it really hard for us to adjust because let’s admit it, for people fighting to be treated “normal”, they sure do have a LOT of special requests.

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    5. "Special requests" lmao simulat sapul meron ng imbalance sa rights ang straights at ang members ng lgbt community. It doesn't matter kung gano mo kamahal ang lgbt friends mo kung tingin mo naman special request yung magexpect na tratuhin ng tama. Na mgkaron ng equal rights, at hindi maging butt of a joke ng mga straight.

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    6. Yes, people have the right to say it if they are offended with what you are saying. You can’t just abuse people that way. They have the right to fight back against abuse. Gets mo.

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    7. Kita nyo na sa simpleng joke na yun ni Kim Chiu napunta kayo sa abuse kundi ba naman kayo mga oa talaga.

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    8. Simple lang ang mga tao magjojoke at magjojoke yan. Joke para sa mga babae,joke sa mga lalaki at joke sa mga 3rd sex. Kung joke lang maooffend kayo everytime, e hindi equality gusto nyo. Special treatment

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    9. Hay nakakapagod na ang ibang members ng lgbt community. Walking on egg shells ang mga tao. Talk about equality

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  4. Yung gusto kong icorrect dahil madaming grammatical errors pero wag na lang. Baka kuyugin pa ako ng mga sensitive netizens. Hahaha

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    1. Teh wag ambisyosa. Dun sa lupa kung saan first language ay ingles keber sila sa grammar not unless manunulat ka ng libro, newspaper, etc. Kaya kalma lang.

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    2. Baks itahimik mo na lang yourself hehe

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    3. Hindi naman kasi formal writing or pang essay writing contest yan. Masyado kang seryoso at sensitive.

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    4. 12:39, I beg to disagree but when you are working in the corporate world, especially if you’re dealing with C-level, you’re still expected to be good in grammar.

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    5. Oo, wag mo nang gayahin yung iba dito na feeling matalino dahil feeling magaling sila sa English.

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  5. I myself yata ba dapat?

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  6. Kim is one of the nicest sa showbiz. Totoo yan. Humble lang and laging happy happy comepared sa past self nya. Reminds me of Anne C.

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    1. 12:35 Paniniwala ng isang fantard.

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    2. 12:35 Si Anne C. normal.

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  7. Walang issue Kim. Kahit mga bakla yan tawagan nila. Ewan ko nalang kung may na offend pa dun.

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    1. Sayo na naggaling sila mismo gumagamit ng term na yun kasi part sila ng community na yun. They reclaimed the word. Part ba si Kim ng community na yun???

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    2. I’m a woman with gay friends and they call me bakla too pag naguusap kami. Sila walang problem dun bat ikaw meron 1:19

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    3. They have that right between them, but you don’t. That’s a fact.

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    4. 12:39 Si Kim lang gumawa ng issue para pag-usapan to stay relevant.

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  8. Kimi, Tagaluhin mo na lang kung di kaya itawid ang English.

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    1. I disagree. Admirable na she's trying ma-master ang English language. So what kung may grammatical errors, in time mapeperfect naman. Mas admirable ang mga taong nagtatry at hindi takot magkamali. Mali ang thinking na dahil hindi magaling ang isang tao dapat di na sya sumubok. Walang progreso sa ganyang pag-iisip.

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    2. naitawid naman nia baks. wag kang anu dyan

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    3. 1:33 tama ka may naalala akong artist na nagsabi na bakit pinag tatawanan ang mga nagtry ng second language na mali mali. mas ok pa nga un kasi nagtry daw matuto un tao.

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    4. I agree, 1:33. Studies show that risk takers improve in the long run. Kaya nga ang mga seasoned language teachers ay mas forgiving sa kanilang students insofar as committing errors is concerned. Developmental errors ang mga ito. Sana lang magbasa pa si Kim para mag-improve siya sa aspect na ito. Bilang celebrity, gusto ko si Kim. Makulit at mukhang mabait. Besides, what's wrong with the word bakla? Term of endearment namin ng friends ko yan. Kahit yung straight guys na friends ko, hindi naman nao-offend pag na-aadress namin sila using the word. Go lang, Kimmy!

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    5. Naintindihan ko english nya kahit may mali at iyan ang mahalaga. Hindi naman iyan formal writing. Bago ka maging english nazi ayusin mo muna Filipino mo.

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    6. 7:44 Hindi nya naitatawid. Laging nadadapa.

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  9. Sa panahon ngayon, ang hirap ng mag-joke. Kahit yung mga simpleng joke at inside jokes, offended agad yung iba. Ang daming supersensitive at sobrang woke.

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    1. Well, you can volunteer to be the butt of joke if you like it so much. Lol.

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  10. A lot of people are so offended by basically everything nowadays. In America, di lang offended, kakasuhan ka pa! Tsk!

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    1. Very true! Was re-watching some old TV series last week and thought that the lines and jokes there just won’t be given the time of day if they were aired now. Too many groups will cry foul. But those were great shows and were very popular when they aired before.

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    2. No, people are just trying to fight back at the injustice and inequality and they have that right just like everyone else.

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    3. No, OA na kayo that's a fact

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  11. Her being "baklang babae" doesn't negate the fact na hindi dapat ginagamit yung term as a joke, especially by someone straight. What does "baklang babae" even mean? Bakit ginagamit yan ng mga straight na babae to describe themselves as if being gay is solely about being funny. Nararanasan nya ba yung discrimination experienced by lgbt people? Napakaretrogressive pa rin ng pilipinas pag dating sa ganitong issue. You'll be branded as overly sensitive pag na offend ka ng isang joke about your identity.

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    1. I am gay. I've been bullied and discriminated. But I am telling you na over sensitive at sobrang woke ka. Wag masyadong magkape.

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    2. Unfortunately, pinas is still so backward, so third world.

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  12. I swear, people get easily offended nowadays.

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  13. Dami pa dito nag-defend sa paggamit ng term ng bakla as a pejorative. Parang kayo ata yung mas na-offend kasi nagagalit kayo na may consequences pala ang pagiging bastos. Pinoy nga naman.

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  14. I call my girlfriends bakla waaay before lahat ng bagay binibigyan ng issue ng madlang people.

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  15. O ayan. So paano naman kaming mga straight? Kapag ba sinabihan kami na “Oy, babae!” or “Ikaw, lalake!”, should we be offended too?

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    1. Nadiscriminate ka na ba sa kalsada o trabaho base lang sa sexual orientation mo bilang isang straight na babae o lalaki? Nagulpi ka ba o napalayas dahil hindi matanggap ng pamilya mo na straight na babae o lalake ka?

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    2. 2:48 to answer questions:YES! Lahat yan Na-experience mapababae man o lalake o lgbtq.

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    3. @2:48 nadidiscriminate din po ang kababaihan sa trabaho, sa kalsada, sa kanilang bahay etc. di lang kayo ang may pinaglalaban.

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    4. 2:48 eh bakit parang kasalanan ng ibang tao na naging part sila ng lgbtq?

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  16. Iba na kasi ngayon kung nuon hinahayaan lang yung mga insensitive jokes kasi ignorante pa mga tao, ngayon hindi dahil nag-eevolve na narerealize na na hindi pala tama yung mga bagay na nakasanayan nuon o yung mga ginagawang biro nuon hindi pala nakakatawa kung tutuusin. Para sa mga straights di talaga nila gets yan kasi di naman sila yung lumaki na lagi na lang pinaparamdam sa kanila ng lipunan na kasalanan o mali na ganoon sila.

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  17. Sino na naman bang na offend? With freedom of speech, parang lalong nali-kimit ang mga tao sa pagsasalita ngayon, parang over sensitive lahat

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    1. E di sino pa e di un community na lagi daw api, pero pag sila nagbiro okay lng, pag sila biniro hindi okay.

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    2. Yung mga taong laging may issue sa buhay. Hahahaha

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  18. OA mo kim as in talaga. Super OA kang nagpapa impress sa showtime eh ANNOYING ka naman tingnan. Pag ikaw na nakikita namin sa showtime, hindi na kami nanonood, lipat channel kaagad

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    1. ma annoy ka lang kasi mas marami padin ang gusto panooren si kim lalo sa showtime.

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  19. hay wagka mag apologize kimchoo pabayaan mo mga netizens di dapatlagi mag explain naiispoil itong mga troll eh

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  20. Question lang kase terms of endearment namin mag-friends yung term ba baks ever since. Offensive po ba yun sa mga nakakarinig?

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    1. Depende sa context. Pag ginamit mo sya as a slur or sa pang iinsulto dun na sya nagiging offensive

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  21. Eksena:
    Kakai: nakipagbreak sa akin jowa ko sa text- sabay crayola


    Kim: ay baks! Ang tunay na lalake hindi nakikipagbreak lang sa text. Kapag sa text lang nakipag break hindi lalake yun, bakla yun!!

    Yan ung eksena, wala ako nakikitang mali role play nila kim and kakai..

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    1. Kung yan ang basehan, may something ngang mali. Why need to say na bakla yun? Offensive siya in a way na in-associate ang bakla sa isang walang kwentang lalaki (di kayang makipagbreak in person). Eh kung minsan, mas lalaki pa sa lalaki ang bakla. Why not simply say nalang na walang kwentang lalaki yun o di kaya, di mo deserve ang lalaking yun?

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    2. “Kapag sa text lang nakipg break hinde lalake yun, bakla yun!”

      Read that again. The statement is problematic because it equates cowardice to being gay.

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    3. Ok lang yung "Ay baks" wala naman sigurong ma-offend dyan. Pero yung "bakla yun" sa huli kasi duwag may mali. Pero ok na, nag-sorry naman na sya.

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  22. So bawal na palang magsabi ng bakla e baks pa naman tawag ko sa inyo rito mga kaFP. OMG! Ayoko na talaga sa Earth hahaha! Sorry if I offended you. By the way, I’m a lesbian okay lang tawagin nyo akong tomboy.

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    1. Just because its okay with you, doesn’t mean that it should be okay for others too. You don’t speak for them. Joke, insult and abuse are not okay when it offends someone else.

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  23. Wrong is wrong, walang excuses, walang palusot.

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