Monday, April 8, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Saab Magalona Engages Netizen on Religious Beliefs and Same-sex Marriage















Images courtesy of Twitter: saabmagalona

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  1. Hayy Saab. Very vocal with her opinions. With this one, I disagree with her. I agree with the person who said “so what do you propose for people who believe in their religion to abandon it because the world is changing?” If you’ve been studying the Bible for a long time, you would know the answer regarding same sex marriage. I am a very open minded person and I respect people even if we don’t share the same beliefs but that doesn’t mean I tolerate that belief. I just prefer to be quiet and keep my own opinion to myself since we are all different.

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    1. Same thoughts Quest! I totally agree with Quest. See Saab this is the problem of people like you thinking that we think backwards just because we’re different. We respect your beliefs just as we hope you respect ours. You don’t need to condemn or ridicule us just because we have our own beliefs. RESPETO NAMAN WHEN PEOPLE OF OPPOSITE VIEWS GIVE THEIR PIECE JUST AS WE RESPECT YOURS.

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    2. Stop using the bible for your intolerance and hatred. I am pretty sure there are many rulea you do not follow in the old testament. You are just nitpicking the LGBT bit to excuse your homophobia. Hindi naman kasal sa simbahan ang hinihingi kundi ang lawful rights of being married. Sa right ng pagiging lawful partner at pagkakaroon ng conjugal property.

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    3. Hate the sin, not the sinner. Ang lagay e, yung bible na nag-stand the test of time pa ang maga-adjust sa pag-evolve ng kaisipan ng tao? Nadisappoint ako Saab. Studying the bible does not mean being blinded by it, it means means having a deeper relationship with God. Sabi nga: Romans 12:2 NIV
      [2] Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is---his good, pleasing and perfect will.

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    4. 1:18 old testament talaga ang ginamit mo eh pang ibang decade yung gagamit non. New testament na ang ginamit.

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    5. Romans is in New Testament po

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    6. Then why just chunk that book out all together, 2:12 AM? Nakakatawa yung it stood the test of time. LOTR stood the test of time too. A much better read than the that shit.

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    7. 2:12 lol really? pretty sure you dont even read the bible that much

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    8. I’m with Quest as well. Although I believe that SSM should be legalized to cater the legal needs of our bro and sis from LGBT, I don’t like how Saab is trying to complicate everything. Naiintindihan ko si quest and I respect his opinions na entitled sya to have. Saab, hindi dahil magkaiba kau ng opinion you have the right to ‘scrutinuze’ evrything and anything na opposing sa opinion mo. You’re a classic example of pa woke citizen na ang hilig ay isubo sa iba ang paniniwala nila!

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    9. Anon 2:12 Old Testament is the unfolding of the New Testament kumbaga foundation. You cannot do without the other.

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    10. 1:18 just to be clear, I am not homophobic. I have friends, relatives and even a bestfriend who is gay. I have my own beliefs but see? I keep it to myself and I still respect those people in my life. I benefit with my Bible studies and I don’t force those people to do what I do for them to have my same beliefs. I guess you are the closw minded one for pushing people who believe in the Bible to try and change our beliefs.

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    11. 3:14 having gay people in your life does not excuse you for your homophobic and OUTDATED beliefs. If you really respect them, you wouldn't even dare agree with anything that would prevent them from having equal rights.

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    12. Hindi porke nag disagree eh hindi ka na sincere sa pagmamahal mo sa kanila. It’s like for vegan people, if they you don’t believe on eating anything animals or produce by animals ibig sabihin kailangan magaway na kayo. Hindi ba pwede personal preference and choice?

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    13. If we are really Christians as most of profess in this country, we know that there's no compromise when it comes to this.A marriage is for a man and a woman based on the Bible.Period

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    14. MAN, LET'S BE HONEST HERE - IF YOU FOLLOW EVERY SINGLE THING THE BIBLE TELLS YOU TO DO, YOU MUST BE "PERFECT." BUT YOU AREN'T SO STFU.

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  2. Saab, just accept the fact that not everyone agrees to same-sex marriage. Let's agree to disagree and respect each other's opinion. Don't be self righteous and insist that your way of thinking is THE way of thinking.

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    1. Sinagot lang ni quest yung tanong as if pumatay na sya

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    2. “respect each other’s opinion” but that doesn’t mean it isn’t accountable for scrutiny especially if that opinion is a prejudiced and backward opinion. lol why are even arguing of whether or not we should allow same sex marriage when should be a fundamental right of everyone (excluding religious context). It’s like saying “ i respect and love gay people, in fact, i have gay friends and i have nothing against them but i dont think they should have the same rights such as mine”

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    3. 1:04 so nirerespect mo opinion ng iba by callinh them backward?

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    4. Unfortunately these types of prejudice are translated into laws and are intolerant to other people's choices. So where is the tolerance in that? If you're disallowing people to get married? Where's the respect?

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    5. 1:52 respect? Everyone has beliefs at si quest ba ang pipigil sa pag pasa ng law? Eh paniniwala lang nya yun. Ano ba gusti ng tao yung mag agree sa gusto nyo palagi yet may paniniwala rin sya?

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    6. 210am. You're not getting the point. Also it's not about beliefs. Kaya nga ang sinasabi ni Saab, ang habol nmn ng LGBTQ sa same sex marriage ay the privileges of marriage under the law. Hindi naman nila hinihingi na ikasal sa simbahan. It's in the legal context of marriage sila humihingi ng pantay na pagtingin.

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  3. "Based on your tweet ,I assume ." Asyumera k pla .Nmimisinterpret mo dn ung mga tweets sayo

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  4. Openminded nman ung mga kausap nya. Si Saab lng ung magulo.

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    1. Nahuli mo. Siya talaga magulo eh. Pilit ng pilit sa gusto niya. Gusto ata niya opinion niya yung “accepted” ng lahat dapat.

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    2. 12:32 actually ganyan ugali ng mga "woke" sa twitter. Pero saab ang layo ng topic ng stoning sa brunei sa sinagot ni quest. Pilit na pilit

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    3. True. Naguluhan din ako kay saab. Napaka open nung isa.bat sya hindi?

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    4. Lumalabas na siya yung pumipilit na tanggapin ng iba yung beliefs niya.

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    5. Yun nga eh. Hindi ako religious pero pagdating sa religion,shut up lang ako. Why debate or argue e magkaiba nga kayo ng paniniwala?

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  5. Kaloka yung twitter stan. Tinanong si quest sinagot nya anong problem doon sa paniniwala nya yun. Ano gusto nila yung gusto nila ang ipush nila pero pag di agree ibabash nila.

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  6. Babae pala God ni Saab "SHE gave me flexibility"

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    1. sabi nga ni mareng ariana grande “God is a woman”. and yes she is

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    2. Ows.. any proof of that? Im so tired of these feminists who turn everything into a battle of being man and woman. Pati Diyos dinadamay nyo.

      PS: credible source na pala title ng kanta ni ariana grande ngayon lol

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    3. 1:26 this is true. Wala na sa lugar

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    4. Anong Ariana 1:06? Mas naniniwala ka kay Ariana compared sa Bible? Anong nangyayari sa mundo. Sumasabay talaga sa uso.

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    5. For me, that's an utter disrespect for God. Saab obviously doesn't read the Bible.

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    6. 10:51 bakit? Kailangan ba lahat “religious” minsan kung sino pa itong mga maka-“Diyos” kuno sila pa makikitid utak.

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    7. Ayon sa religion teacher namin nung sophomore ako, God can either be a he or she.

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    8. Hayyyy minsan gusto ko na maniwala na end times is nearing... at yung iba mukhang gusto pa ata magpakuha sa mga aliens. Twisted na kasi mga paniniwala. Pati kanta ginagawang basis na argument basta mema lang

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    9. kaloka kayo tinake niyo seriously yung comment ni 1:06 ??? wow y’all must be fun at parties

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  7. Itong si saab kuda lang ng kuda. Magwork ka na lang kaya for your family.

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  8. The woke doesn't entitle anyone to as Quest said, shove it in other people's faces. Yes, educate but that doesn't mean you can force your idealism on others since they themselves have beliefs they hold firmly on. Respect begets respect. It's good to fight for your ideals & aspire for progress in the society but you can't do that when you force people to see how you see things. Again, educate in a way not to offend others or put down their own beliefs.

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  9. Grabe tong si Saab.

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  10. Hayyyy Saab bakit ba kailangan mong ipilit ang gusto mo? Mag kakaiba tayo ng opinion. Sabi namn nya nirerespeto nya ang opinion ng iba. Ikaw yan at siya yun. Mag kaibang tao kayo at mag kaiba ng paniniwala.

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  11. Regarding sa sinabi ni Saab sa Brunei issue ito lang masasabi ko

    Their country. their rules! Thats IT! Kahit mag opinion tayo sa decisin nila na yun wala tayo magagawa dun yun ang rules ng bansa nila...

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    1. So ok lang sayo na ganon? Saan napunta moral compass mo?

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    2. so kebs lang sayo na in some other parts of the world, people are being stoned to death just for being who they?

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    3. 1:22 its their choice.

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    4. Brunei already issued a statement saying they’re just carrying out what’s according to their religious beliefs as a mostly Muslim country. Bakit ba sila pinapakialaman ng iba? Tayo ba pinapakialaman kase wala tayong divorce? That’s their religious belief. That’s their law. Wala tayong karapatan mamilit ng tao. Hingi kayo ng hingi ng respeto pero kayo ayaw n’yo naman rumespeto sa iba.

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    5. 122 109 Choice ng bansa nila yun. Wala tayo magagawa. Wala ako sinabi kebs ako okay? Yun ang rules You follow It. Ito ang mahirap sa atin E alam niyo na nga mali ginagawa parin. Sumunod ka sa batas.

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    6. Their country their rules? tlaga ba? eh tayo nga nagtatalo talo lagi sa sarili nating bansa eh. kahit sinong president maupo di pede walang nagrarally.

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    7. Kumo nasa batas ba tama na? Kahit nakakaapak ng tao?

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    8. Iba kasi ang "wala tayo magagawa" sa "okay lang" at "kebs lang"
      Hindi agree, pero anong magagawa natin kung batas nila yun.

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    9. Hindi ako agree stoning sa Brunei pero wala ako magagawa kasi batas nila. I can only pray for them.

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    10. True. Respect is the key eh sa yun yung rules nila bakit ba tayo makikialam. Simple lang yan eh di wag kayo pumunta ng brunei if natatapakan karapatan nyo.

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    11. while the rest of the world are condemning on Brunei issue about stoning same sex marriages, cold stone hard fact is that it's their effin country and their rules. Brunei is just chilling and DGAF you can't do anything brah it's either get out or get stoned.

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  12. Based on this thread, parang iniinmpose ni Saab ang mga tao na maging open sa dame sex marriage kasi wala naman masama. But hindi naman outright nababago ang paniniwala ng mga tao. It takes time. Di agad agad ang adjustment just because the world id changing. Respect lang ang importante. Your cup of tea, my cup of tea. You don't have to shove it.

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    1. No, we have to shove it down people's throats if it hurts other people. Tignan mo nangyari nung Nazi era. Ganyan din siguro inisip ng mga tao sa Germany, we have to respect Hitler and his followers' belief that all Jews must be exterminated. Gets mo?

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    2. well i think LGBT rights ang gustong ipoint ni SAAB is legality of same sex relationship rights.

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  13. Ang sinasabi lang naman ni sab, kailangan nang gay couple ang makasal to make their union legal and get the legal benefits from that union.pwede naman civil wedding lang and not church wedding as to not offend the church..

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    1. Eh ikaw ba ang tinanong? Diba si quest?

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    2. But government respects the church so saab has to respect what Philippine culture has! Hate people like her! They make things complicated, pa perfect ang peg!

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    3. Eh opinon nga yun ni quest

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    4. lol, same sex marriage is offensive per se. wag na nating idignify pa yan na kesyo makabagong panahon na ngayon, na 2019 na, imulat ang mata blah blah. offensive sya ,period. hindi kailangan ingudngod ni saab sa mukha namin na nauoffend sa same sex marriage na yan that her opinion matters more than ours. wag self entitled ija, wag mashado pajollibee. bida bida eh.

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    5. 1:35 gurl are you for real? paano naging offensive ang same sex marriage? lol

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    6. Anon 1:35 offensive ang same sex marriage in what way?

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    7. Saab has always been entitled. Cool girl lang kasi ang peg nya kaya napapalagpas most of the time. But again, she has always been an entitled brat.

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    8. I wonder lang noh... wonder lang naman... if sige dumating yun panahon me divorce at gay marriage at etong si saab dinivorce ng husband para makapag-asawa uli ng gay naman dahil love wins... how would she feel... teka tweet ko sa kanya baka sagutin.

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  14. Marriage is a legal right. Religion has nothing to do with it. Saab is correct. A netizen asked Quest about his opinion on same sex MARRIAGE and Quest replied from
    a religious POV, which shouldn’t have been the case.

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    1. That’s his point of view. Quest is active in Church pero he answered in love. Sana tanggapin na lang perspective ng bawat tao.

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    2. Well religion is intertwined with marriage as well so tama si quest

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    3. Pero religion is also intertwined sa marriage so tama si quest. Di lang talaga kaya ni saab mag respect ng beliefs ng iba

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    4. Marriage is also a sacrament, a vow before God. So walang masama kung ang opinyon ng isang tao ay based sa religious belief since it is his moral compass, unlike secular morality that is constantly changing.

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    5. Wala pang Catholic church meron ng kasal. Entitled religious people 🙄

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    6. Korak, and if he has the right to share his opinion, then everyone is also entitled to voice theirs. Kung ayaw mo pakialaman opinion mo, then manahimik na lang.

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  15. I agree dun sa sagot ni quest. If I love someone na gay or lesbian na gusto pakasal, I would respect it but I don't agree sa same sex marriage. Pero dahil yun ang decision ng kakilala ko or someone close to me, I will not bash them, alangan nman awayin ko sila or iadvise not to do it. I would still stick with my beliefs kasi akin lang yun but if they want then bahala sila kasi buhay nman nila yun. Yang si saab di niya nagets yung point.

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    1. Ang gulo ng opinion. So you respect same sex marriage pero ayaw mo silang pakasal? Ang issue dito is malegalize ang SSM para same ang benefits ang rights nila as their heterosexual counterpart. 🙄

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    2. 1:56 its still respect girl

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    3. 1:56am, lol ang issue dun eh matutong rumespeto ng opinion ng ibang tao. Just because it’s different than yours doesn not mean mali na. Sobrang entitled nyo naman to shove your beliefs sa ibang tao. Respeto girl, yun lang naman.

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    4. @2:26, anong magulo sa respeto? She’s not saying ayaw nya makasal, she’s saying she respects them if that’s what they want to do, go lang. Ganun lang ka simple, maraming paniniwala ang magkakaiba pero we tolerate each other by respect. Respect my beliefs, I respect yours. Ganun, simple. Bakit kailangan complicated?

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    5. 1:56, parang ganito lang yan. Ako, ayoko sa alak, I super hate it pero marami akong friends and relatives who drink. BUT I dont bash them. Di ko sila pinagsasalitaan ng masama. Di lang ako nakaki join sa inuman. Again sobrang against ako sa pag inom. Hindi ibig sabihin na against ako e hindi ko na sila nirerespeto.

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    6. 1:56, you respect the persons involved. Kung kinasal sila kahit ayaw mo, no choice ka but to respect the couple & their decision.
      Mahirap ba intindihin yun?

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    7. Anong magulo dun? 1:56am ito lang yan, if you were to ask me if I agree with same sex marriage, my answer is no because that is my belief. That is what I learned from the bible. But if one of my gay friends decide to marry, I will respect his decision. UNLESS he asks for my opinion. Then he knows my stand to it. Ganun lang ka-simple.

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    8. 1:56 yes. Kung may power ka kunwari to vote hindi sya aagree. Karapatan nya yung at personal preference. Masama ba na panindigan mo yung pinaniniwalaan mo? Respect din yun di ba na hayaan mo kami na panindigan yung pinaniniwalaan namin?

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    9. Kapag binabash nyo yung ayaw sa same sex marriage ibig sabihin wala din kayo respeto sa pinaniniwalaan namin. Bakit pinipilit nyo?

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  16. I may have agreed on some of her sentiments but this kind of topic shoulld be avoided to discuss online. Expect maraming magalit at di maka intindi sa yo. Better discuss it in person para it's easy to clarify.

    But online? Don't expect people to side on you, in fact, you'll gain a lot of haters. Know also that you're not an expert on everything. Before you consider how you feel about this 'thing', hope you also consider the feelings of others.

    Think a million times before posting on social media. And don't come crying if you thought you are bullied because of your opinion. Just sayin'!

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  17. I agree sa isang nag comment dito porket di nag agree i-babash. Isa sa Best friend ko ay becky and we respect each others beliefs. That’s love.

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  18. Kaloka mga commenters dito ha. 2019 na backwards pa din ba tayo mag isip?

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    1. Tru hahahha legalization lang naman ng marriage gusto nila wala silang balak sa church ikasal kaya di naunlad pilipinas

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    2. 1:07 pano mo nasabing backwards? Di lahat susunod sa uso

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    3. Ano kinalaman ng year ateng? We have different beliefs and we should respect that

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    4. So ang bible pa ang maga-adjust sa paniniwala ng mga tao? Nakakahiya naman kay God no.

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    5. luh, hindi porke't 2019 na eh tatangapin na lang lahat ng in at akala ng iba'y tama. may mga hurisdiksyong tumatanggap ng same sex marriage. don kayo pumunta. wag nyo ipilit ang right right kuno na yan dito dahil walang ganyang inklinasyon ang batas pabor sa inyo. not in a million years na magbabago yan dahil pilipinas ito at konserbatibo ang bansang ito. pero hindi naman kami backward mag-isip at ikaw na ang magaling kasi yes sayo yan same sex marriage.

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    6. Ikr? Naloka din ako. But sabi naman no one is born woke. We learn as we go along in this life. Hope people see things in the point of view of the oppressed. Nkakasad lang na instead of us women na maging allies ng LGBTQ community marami pa ang oppressive sakanila. Nakalimutan ata ng iba na years ago bawal tayong mga babae mag aral at bumoto. Pero may mga tao na nilaban ang karapatan natin kaya na eenjoy na natin ngayon. Sana hayaan din natin ang LGBTQ na ilaban yung mga karapatan nila.

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    7. 1:23 some people here still doesn’t get that same sex union doesnt have to do with your religious belief. it’s a fundamental and legal right. also, honey, it’s not about what’s trending, it’s all about keeping up with the times bc ur notion of marriage is obsolete and educating yourself is just one click away.

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    8. 1:33 yeah sure go base ur life on a thousand year old storybook.

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    9. Oo bible ang mag aadjust 1:33

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    10. Define backwards? Bakit ba gusto nyong ipilit sa lahat na matanggap ang same sex marriage? Iba iba ang opinion ng mga tao about this. It's not for everyone. I seriously believe in equality, but it should also goes hand in hand with respecting our differences.

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    11. 1:42 ang mga babae they are born with it pero yung lgbtq choice nila yun.

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    12. 1:42, Saab, what’s backwards is your way of trying to shove it in our faces what you believe in. 2019 na, wala kang pinagkaiba sa mga mananakop, sa mga bullies and all other obnoxious personalities sa history kasi you keep on pushing your beliefs in other people’s throat! For once, try mong irespeto na hindi lahat parehas mo mag isip! Nakakairita ka gurl sa totoo lang.

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    13. 1:33, it's a thousand years old book and yet it is still here and will absolutely stand the test of time. Read Isaiah 40:8

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    14. 1:42 you can't force people to see how you see things. It may be obsolete for you, but not for me and belief is not something you can just see or search online. It’s in your heart.

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    15. @1:46 it is not a storybook. Di words ni Lord ang mag aadjust sa mga taong tulad mo.

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  19. GAY RIGHTS IS HUMAN RIGHTS. ANU MALABO DUN?

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  20. How can someone disagree with same-sex marriage in the year 2019

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    1. Well i do kasi di lahat sunod sa uso

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    2. ako. i disagree

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    3. 2:04 baks hindi ito trend lang. pantay na karapatang pantao pinag uusapan dito. Anong klaseng mindset yan?

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    4. So what if Its 2019 already? I dont believe in same sex marrige. Ako disagree ako.

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    5. Siguro let’s not mention the time and age in this matter. Kasi sasabihin mo na naman backwards ang thinking ng iba just cause iba sa paniniwala mo. Some agree with the Bible and some don’t.

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    6. 2:04 and 2:35 bakit kayo disagree? pake nyo ba? kayo ba ung ikakasal?
      People who aren't included in the equation should have no say about it.

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    7. Because si God hindi nagbabago. He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ang mga tao lang nagbabago at patuloy na hindi sumusunod sa Kanya.

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    8. I do disagree.

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    9. Ako rin disagree ako... and don't start on my antiquated beliefs. That is my stand. Respeto.

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  21. “I love my gay friends” but I don’t want them to have the same rights as me.

    Anu kya un?!

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    1. 1:17 yun ang belief ni quest eh

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    2. True! From a religious perspective, di talaga pwede. Pero since I love my gay bffs, i would want them to have the option to be legally married. Imagine, long time partners na, pano kung na-ospital yung isa, walang say man lang si partner dahil hindi sya immediate family? Walang karapatan bisitahin? Pano kung si partner nalang ang natitirang "family" dahil estranged na sila ng bio family nya? Think Die Beautiful. Mas masusunod pa yung mga tumakwil sakanya kesa sa mga nakakakilala at nagmahal sakanya.

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    3. Sa pagkakaintindi ko sa sinabi ni Quest, mahal nya ang gay friends nya, and he would respect legalization of same-sex marriage pero sa paniniwala nya, may mali sa same-sex marriage.

      Ibig nyang sabihin siguro, kahit based sa beliefs nya e mali ang same-sex marriage, hindi nya iimpose yung paniniwala nya sa iba at hindi nya hahadlangan ang mga karapatan/kaligayahan ng ibang tao.

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    4. That’s out of context dear. His belief, his choice!

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  22. Wag naman natin i-misuse ang salitang respect. But we cannot always rest on the lazy rhetoric that all beliefs are valid and similarly important because some beliefs are oppressive by nature, and some are even founded on deceit. Nazism was founded on a belief, and yet we don’t just walk past it and go “okay, i respect that”. Also, stop calling your gay friends as FRIENDS when you can’t RESPECT same sex marriage. It’s like saying ‘I don’t agree that you can have what I have’. Same sex marriage is not a pie, it’s a right.

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    1. 1:25 this. you gave me hope na may natitira pa talagang progressive mag isip sa mga commenters dito.

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    2. Totally agree

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    3. Ikaw ba si quest? 1:52 at yet you want to be respected yet yan mga sinasabi mo na ibang belief hindi na progressive?

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    4. @1:52, see how u discriminate progressive vs non progressive thinkers and respect only those that aligns with your beliefs. that's called irony 😂😂😂

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    5. They DO have a right same as mine. They have a right to marry the opposite sex, same right which I enjoy. I also do not have a right to marry someone with the same sex. So patas lang kami.

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    6. Mind you, if you are a true friend, you will help them not to offend God.

      Rom 12:2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is--his good, pleasing and perfect will.

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    7. If we dont’t agree to what you believe ibig sabihin wala na kami respect? How about you respect what we believe? You cannot impose to others what to believe, same way we cannot impose others what they should prefer. Let’s agree to disagree.

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    8. 1:25 you can't force people to see how you see things.

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  23. tong si saab nagreact na nahusgahan yung asawa niya na hindi daw siya tinutulungan sa isang picture lng na karga niya yung baby nila and then siya nman tong mapanghusga rin sa opinion ng iba. Mas malala ka pa nga dahil nag-explain na yung tao but you still insist your own belief. Respect begins with respect. Walk your talk saab.

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    1. Sobrang hypocrite lang diba?

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    2. Totoo. May know it all attitude sya. At ang hilig niya pumatol. Pwede naman na lubayan niya lang yung tweets ni Quest.

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  24. I Love my Gay friends alam nila opinyon ko regarding same sex Marriage na IM not agreeing ON IT. Did IT end sa relationship namin AS friends no. You know Why ? Because they respect my beliefs and opinions ganundin sila sa akin. Yun lng. Kung mag pakasal Gay friends ko Edi Go I can't stop them. Saan sila masaya Edi Go.

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    1. I’m afraid to be your friend if you think I can’t have the same right you enjoy just because I’m gay. If it gets legalized, I’m still gonna think that my FRIEND does not agree with it. If it is your personal belief that an entire class of people should be denied the same rights you enjoy, then frankly, your beliefs are evil.

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  25. Saab, you are ignorant. Read your Bible.

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  26. Itomg si Saab, pa intelligent kaya tweet ng tweet. Girl mas maraming intelligent sau na tahimik lang pero mas sound ang judgment and argument kesa sau. Mag breastfeed ka na lang ng anak mo jan. I got turned off by you.

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    1. Buti nakakatiis si hubby nya sa kanya.

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  27. If its just about legalization, why not. Parang legal partners ganun. Basta dont call it marriage kasi holy sacrament yun. Pwede naman siguro na maging legal partners na batas where gay couples can get the same rights as heterosexuals. Minus the rituals of marriage. More on pirmahan ng papel lang for legalization purposes.

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    1. This. I couldn’t agree more.

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    2. Agree..parang sa Europe..

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    3. Same sex marriage pertains to the legal binding of two persons. Why do you automatically connect it to a religious sacrament?

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  28. Instead of calling it Marriage or Matrimony which is sacred to religion, why not call it Legal Union? Since what they are after are the benefits binding the union and not actually one that is recognized by one's religion. The thing is, Religion will always hold steadfast to their teachings and beliefs, so it's better to devise a way not to include them in the picture, so a civil or legal union is more appropriate and only those who are active and have knowledge and experience (not sexually, more on understanding) with same sex relationships can administer the union. I agree that partners & their offsprings should be protected by the laws & also enjoy the benefits attached with it. But let us not force others to change their views just because we want them to empathize with our beliefs & what we stand for.

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    1. the concept of marriage did not originate from any one religion, it was a civil construct.

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    2. Correct! You can get married right in the court where you get your license without a need for a religious ceremony. If you get married in court, you are technically, having a "marriage ceremony". ... You are married.

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  29. Imagine mo ang magkaibigang vegan at meatlover. Sabi ng vegan, nirerespeto nya ang pagkain ng meat ni meatlover kahit na di sya naniniwalang tama ito. Pero pag nakikita nyang kakain na ng meat si meatlover, pinagbabawalan nya ito. Labag kasi sa paniniwala nya ang pagkain ng meat. Nirerespeto nya ba talaga si meatlover? Hindi naman sya pinipilit nitong kumain ng meat, bakit kaya nya pinapakialaman ang kinakain ni meatlover kung tunay nya itong nirerespeto?

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    1. Totally different.

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    2. Mali ka ata ng intindi. Ang sabi ni Quest, he does not agree sa same sex marriage but hindi din naman niya pinipigilan kung sakaling they decide to marry. That where respect comes in. So ano yang pinagsasasabi mo na pinagbabawalan kumain si meatlove ng meat? Magbibigay ka na nga lang ng example mali mali pa.

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    3. 4:07 maling mali ang argument mo. Very out of context sa point ni Quest. Iba ang PINAGBABAWALAN sa NANINIWALA SYA NA HINDI DAPAT KUMAKAIN NG MEAT SI MEATLOVERS. Gets?

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  30. I love Jesus. I read my bible. I love His Word!

    The bible is VERY CLEAR about this — marriage is para sa babae & lalake lang.

    Everything changes but GOD’s WORD is constant! Hindi magbabago ang biblical truth just coz nag babago tayo or nagiging “modern” na tayo or whatever. Solid na solid na ang word ni God.

    So I disagree sa same sex marriage! But as a christian, I am called to love my neighbors. That’s why I don’t judge or hate anyone whose beliefs contradict mine. I have gay friends (and some of them are married to their gay partners) and I love them still! Because I see them for who they really are and di Lang sa kung Ano ang gender nila.

    Hate the sin, not the sinner.

    Nakaka disappoint ang sagot ni Saab. Tsk tsk! Girl, you REALLY NEED TO READ YOUR BIBLE!

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    1. The bible also forbids garments woven out of two different threads, sanctions the selling of women, and bans work during sabbath and the touching of pig skin. Your point?

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  31. You know, cmon guys Its 2019.

    Ang mali ngayon yun ay tama. Ang tama yun ay mali. Self righteous ka daw kapag maka diyos ka etc ... LOL

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  32. Ang pagiging makatao ay hindi uso lang or pa-woke or kawalan ng respeto or kung ano pa pinag sasasabi ng mga tao dito sa comments. Lahat tayo tao. Sa mata ng Diyos pantay-pantay tayo. Sino tayo bilang tao LANG para wag pumayag sa pantay-pantay na pagtrato? Ulitin ko, PANTAY PANTAY TAYO. Sakit sa ulo ng mga taong dahilan pa ng dahilan.. di Siya natutuwa sa inyo

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  33. The more religious you become, the less human you become
    The more religious you become, the less rational you become

    Let that sink in for a while.

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  34. Relax saab. It’s not like quest is going to stage a protest should the government legalize same sex marriage.

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  35. Marriage can be done in two different ways. Kasal sa simbahan, kasal sa batas. Sa type ng government natin, mas may bearing ang kasal sa batas. We read the Constitution and not the Bible in terms of what is legal, not because it is holy or righteous. Di naman hinihingi ng LGBT community na payagan silang magpakasal sa simbaham, dahil sa dami ba naman ng ipokrito at banal banalan sa Pilipinas, eh close to impossible yan. What they are asking is the benefits from the law. Kase in case mamatay yung isa, dapat magbenefit yung taong tumanggap at nagmahal sa kanya instead dun sa pamilya niya na nanghusga at nagtakwil sa kanya. Bago kayo bumanat ng mga kataga mula sa Bibliya, maging tao muna kayo at unawain niyo rin sila.

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    1. Eto ata di magets ng iba dito. Kasal sa mata ng estado ang hinihingi ng LGBT. Hindi maikasal sa mga simbahan. Bakit pinagpipilitan ng iba ang mga beliefs nila eh hindi naman usapin ng bible ang usapan. Usapin ng karapatang pantao na dapat pinangangalagaan ng isang estado. Yung mga karapatan ng mga straight couples na maibigay din sa mga LGBT couples. Pareho naman nagbabayad ng buwis.

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    2. 9:43 well said :)

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  36. Saab, you can not shove your beliefs on those who believe otherwise. You guys want respect pero kayo ayaw nio irespeto beliefs ng iba. Napaka double standard nio naman.

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  37. Legal rights lang naman ang gusto naming LGBTs, ano. Hindi namin pagpipilitan ikasal sa simbahan. Kung gusto niyo ibahin natin ang tawag sa “marriage” for LGBTs para hindi ma offend kayong mga relihiyoso diyan. Sa inyo na ang salitang “marriage” pero ibigay niyo samin ang legal rights namin.

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    1. Bakit kami ba ang nagpapasa ng batas? Kung maging batas yan, we will respect it. Ang point dito nagtatanungan ng opinion and hindi lahat pare pareho ng isip. That’s what you call free thinking.

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  38. Two things I hate discussing with people (especially online strangers) : politics and religion

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    1. yes me too. especially with the likes of all-knowing pretender like saab. this girl has a penchant for instigating debates with netizens yet she could not seem to comprehend that there is always 2 sides on an argument and that other people are bound to contradict her opinion/s based on their culture & beliefs among others

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  39. Si Saab tlgang annoying. Parang gusto laging sya ang tama sa lahat na lang opinionated masyadong mamaru! Babaeng walang respeto sa opinion at belief nv iba pero di palatalo pag opinyon nya ang pinuna. Hay Saab!

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  40. Just a reminder na hindi lahat ng tao naka subscribe sa religion. Iba iba tayo ng paniniwala. Pwede ba kayong maka-diyos “kuno” bago kayo mag bible-thump at mag indoctrinate sa amin ang inyong religious belief maging maka-tao muna kayo. SSM is a fundamental right. No excuses.

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  41. I'm gay but I dont want to be married to my partner as we both know our limits. okay na kami mahal namin ang isat isa. Bakit hindi na lang gumawa ng batas na pwede mag share ng benefits like contract signing na mag agree kau dalawa na share kayo sa lahat? yun lang po.

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  42. “We can agree to disagree on same sex marriage”

    No, we really can’t.

    Because disagreeing with the validity of someone’s identity—and the rights and services they deserve or don’t deserve because of it—is discrimination, not disagreement.

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