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Thursday, January 9, 2020

Aiai Delas Alas Respects Same-Sex Relationship, Not Marriage

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65 comments:

  1. Let us Respect other people’s opinion. That is hers. shez entitled to it .

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    1. I totally agree!

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    2. How about marrying a child???? Ano naman pag kakaiba nun

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    3. Ang babaw lol

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    4. 3:04, anong marrying a child? Adult na yun nung pinakasalan nya hubby nya.

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    5. They love each other 3:04, kailangan ba dapat palaging mas matanda ang guy?

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  2. Dami niyang sinasabi, eh siya nga straight, nakailang marriage na siya? Wag feeling kampante porke pinakasalan mo barkada ng anak mo. Baka makarma ka, iyak iyak ka na naman.

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    1. Bakit ang sariling opinyon ngayon nagiging insulto na sa mga hindi sangayon dun sa opinyon? Bakit dapat karmahin, ano ba masama sa opinyon niya?

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    2. But she didn’t marry a girl. Lalaki pa din pinakasalan nya kesho kasing edad pa ng anak nya

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    3. Madami kasing walang concept ng respect. Gusto nila others also agree on their belief
      Mga walang pinag-aralan!

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  3. Para sa akin tama na siguro yung civil union.. wag na yung wedding sa simbahan para sa akin sagrado yun para sa babae at lalaki na babasbasan ng Diyos para makabuo ng pamilya at magparami

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    1. Hindi naman hinihingi ng mga lgbt magpakasal sa simbahan. Sa civil lang pero maraming "aiai" kung mag isisp. Puro me me me and my beliefs lang ang pwede.

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    2. I dont think LGBTQ people wants a church wedding. I think they are after the legalities that couples can get once they got married. Alam naman ng nila na never sila matatanggap ng church pero why not give them the same benefit a hetero couples get diba? Kahit sabihing sa papel lang yan iba padin kapag ikaw ang legal partner. Yun lang naman gusto nila hindi yung ceremony sa church.

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    3. Hi, 12:54 it was never about the church wedding the law was always for the civil union. Impossible na ikakasal sila sa church. Anywhere in the world. You can’t even get married by a priest outside a church or if you’re divorced.

      Even sa states its a union made by the judge. So yes kasal sila in the eyes of the law. I think this is where people get it wrong. They don’t want to get married inside a church, temple kr whatever.

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    4. Anon 2:24 there are churches here in the US like the Episcopalian who sanction gay church marriages.

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    5. Of course they’re only asking for a civil union. The law can’t forcibly ask the Catholic Church to marry individuals. Separation of church and state

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    6. Civil union uang naman talaga ang hangad ng lgbt para magka legal rights sika. Wala bamang mapapala sa oagpaoakadal sa church.

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    7. @8:51 am, yeah separation of church and state. Pero ang church grabe makapressure sa state on laws they do not agree with.

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  4. Aiai di naman kasal sa simbahan yung gusto ng mga LGBT. Civil wedding is enough na para equal rights. Mahirap ba intindihin yon?

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    1. Bat di mo intindihin si aiai? Mahirap ba?

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    2. Pano mong babaguhin lahat ng social contracts ha.Kasama na dyan pag aampon sa bata ng SSM couples,yung mga sari saring leave sa opisina,sa mga pagbili ng property at mga insurance benefits.Kaya magulo dahil lahat ng yan babaguhin mo to fit the SSM

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    3. Mahirap kasi selfish masyado 1:13. Celebrity sya. She should just keep her opinion to herself kung ayaw nyang may nagdidisagree sa kanya.

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    4. 1:42 am luh maka ano ka naman diyan as if napaka groundbreaking idea ng legal marriage?

      Re: adoption, it would be the same process married people undergo through

      Re:insurance, it would still be the same. In our company covered ng HMO provider and Same Sex couple na common law partner. It's been almost a year since that policy was implemented, hindi pa naman nagugunaw yung Intellicare. So si employee na covered can put his/her spouse as dependent, anong mahirap dun? Magbabago ba patakbo ng insurance company at ospital kung pareho kayo ng sex organs??

      Re:leaves, eh di parehong entitled sa paternity or maternity leave. Mahirap ba isipin??

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    5. 1:42 same as how it works between a man and a wife. I don’t understand Anong complicated? Are you implying that a couple who got married by a judge is not legal? They are not entitled to insurance benefits? Conjugal property? Nothing will change if same sex couple get married. That’s why they want it because they want the same benefits as others have.

      I don’t think you understand.

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    6. 1:42 isipin mo nagbabayad ng tax yung mga same sex couples pero ang rights nila mas konti kesa sa hetero couples, tama ba yun?

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    7. Anon 1:42 ano ang mahirap dun? It can be done and it HAS been done in progressive countries. Sarado lang ang isipan mo kasi masyado kang self righteous. Sarili mo lang ang iniisip mo.

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  5. Sorry po sa LGBTQ, I respect all of them, pwede naman po siguro civil union wag nalang natin idamay ang simbahan para sa kasalan. Kalooban ng Diyos na makasal ang lalaki at babae para makabuo ng pamilya. Sorry po ah.. para lang po sa akin to.. no offense po...

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    1. Civil wedding lang naman talaga ang pinupush teh kasi alam ng LGBT na the Church wont allow it. It’s more on healthcare reason and proper distribution ng wealth and finances. Yung magkaka-live in nga qualified na sa ganitong benefits sa ibang companies.

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  6. at least she's brave enough to voice out her opinion.

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    1. Kasi alam nya na majority ng Pinoy eh katoliko at may susuporta sa kanyang mga 'relihiyoso'.

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    2. That’s not being brave kasi alam niya na maraming susuporta sa kanya lalo na kung tungkol sa religion. If mag-isa lang siya or iilan, I doubt kung may tapang yan.

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    3. I'm not catholic but I support her. What she is saying is based in the holy book.

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    4. Lol di yan kahanga hanga please lang

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  7. I respect her opinion, but you or your church doesn’t own marriage.

    And if you respect marriage or the bible that much, then bakit ka pumatol sa may asawa?

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    1. Bcoz she's Catholic! Anything goes!

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    2. She does not RESPECT THE BIBLE. She does not even read it.

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    3. Anon 2:43 wag kang masyadong judgmental sa religion, check mo din sayo kung walang bahid dungis mga miyembro :P

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  8. nakow aiai check mo pribilehiyo mo muna before kumuda.

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  9. I am all about equality and civil union for same sex marriage. Imagine not being included to a healthcare that’s accessible only for spouses, or sharing the same properties na hindi ka ksama sa title because you are not married. But that’s just my two cents.

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    1. Exactly. Marriage has nothing to do with religion. These are two completely separate and distinct concepts. Anyone, regardless of gender, should be able to marry as it also carries with it advantages that every citizen is entitled and has the right to, like the examples stated above.

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    2. 8:48 huh?! Saan ba galing yang marriage? Sa Bible! Sinong teacher mo?!

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    3. Actually, 3:34, marriage is a legal union between two people. Are you saying that married couples who don’t believe in the bible or even countries in general aren’t to be considered in a “marriage”? Ikaw sinong teacher mo ng common sense?

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    4. Confused si 334 lol

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    5. @3:34 Stop being condescending kung mali ka naman. Marriage didnt come from the bible kaloka ka.
      eto oh...may bible ba sa Mesopotamia nung 2350 BC????

      "The first recorded evidence of marriage ceremonies uniting one woman and one man dates from about 2350 B.C., in Mesopotamia"

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  10. Every human being should be equal period

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  11. They have a right to a civil union. Church and state are separate so please lang, igalang niyo ang karapatan ng ibang pilipino.

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    1. True that Church and State are "separated". But Who separated it? And Why?

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    2. 3:36, not all people believe in religion. They too have civil rights as citizens. Civil rights means free from religion. Gets mo.

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  12. I’m married with same sex at nag civil ceremony kami ang rule lang is when you say your vows d ka magquote from the bible or anything about God

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  13. Simple. If you do not want to get married to the same sex then don’t. Wala namang pumipilit. Same sex marriage does not mean it’s going to be the norm. Stop with ‘respect her beliefs’—nazism is founded on a belief and yet we don’t just walk by it and say ‘i respect that’. If your belief is not granting a group of people the rights you enjoy, then i think your belief is evil.

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  14. Lol Filipinos. Nakakahiya. Nirerespeto pero gusto nila ang paniniwala lang nila masunod. Respeto ba ang tawag dun? Sila humihingi ng respeto sa paniniwala nila eh ang paniniwala nga nila ang hindi nagbibigay ng respeto sa iba porket hindi straight. Hypocrites.

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  15. Kawawa mga LGBTQ+ couples. Pag may nangyari sa partner nila, wala rights ung maiiwan na partner dahil di pede magpakasal. Joke ka Ai Ai. Isipin mo yan.

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  16. yung divorce nga di pa or will never be approved. eto pa kaya? Philippines is so behind dahil sarado mga isip ng nasa gobyerno. 😵

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    1. ...at ng mga tao din sis. Imagine, bugbog sarado na si mrs. ng batugan na mr, pero hindi pa din allowed ma-divorced. Lifetime na naka tali na sa sumpa ng walang wentang tao. haist...speaking from my experience

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    2. Mas marami pang news about sa kanila. Paano yung natatali sa isang marriage nag matagal na nagkahiwalay tapos nagkaroon ng 2nd chance na gusto magpakasal uli? Na gustong maging legal lahat?

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    3. I'm so sorry 12:44. Sana ok k na ngayon.

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  17. Baluktot na opinion mula sa isang ikinasal na ng ilang beses. Sino ang walang respeto?

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  18. Low reading comprehension talaga mga pinoy. Siguro dapat civil union na talaga ang proper term. Jirits ang mga straight pag marriage ang naririnig nila kahit sa civil marriage and pinaguusapan natin.

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  19. She is too ignorant. Marriage doesn’t mean a church wedding. It’s a licence from the government to make the union of two people legal. It means that your partner can make decisions for you if you are sick and can’t make that decision. It means that your life insurance and properties go to your partner if you die. It means that you are both responsible for each other in all legal aspects of life.

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    1. 7:19,Very true and very wise.

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  20. pumatol din naman say sa kapwa babae so napaka hipokrito lng

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  21. Lol. Marriage has nothing to do with religion. It’s a social contract between two people and provided by the government, not the church of any kind. Tell that to lola aiai and correct her ignorance.

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