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Friday, February 26, 2021

Insta Scoop: Nathalie Hart Apologizes for Offending LGBTQ Community with Statements on MMK Role



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    1. I don't interpret her words & feelings in portraying the role as homophobe.

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    2. Alam ko babaeng bakla yan. Wrong choice of words lang. Napaka sensitive pa naman ng tao ngayon

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    3. Nung pinost sa rappler ang concerns nila at walang mag agree, sabi ni gurl "lungga ng homophobes" daw un. Lol. Okaaaaay.

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    4. I meant to say heto na naman ang mga ultra-sensitive

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    5. I have to disagree with this Tina B person, it’s quite a big statement and offensive to call someone a homophobe when they’re not. Being a homophobe is when you hate and can’t accept gay people. It’s not homophobic to say that you found a gay role difficult because you’re not gay. It’s actually very honest and can be applied to a gay person’s perspective. Like you can’t force a gay person to be straight and make them love a woman/man.

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    6. Wrong choice of words lang talaga. It’s part of challenges of being an actor, malamang kahit mga actors doing straight roles marami ring “nilunok” at di makarelate sa roles that they need to portray .

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    7. I agree. Why are people offended with everything these days? Tapos post post din sa soc med na kesyo “words cannot hurt you until you give it power to hurt you” effect effect kineso

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    8. Wala akong nakitang mali sa sinabi nya. Nagpakatotoo lang sya. Mahirap mg role ng lesbian kung d ka lesbian. Mahirap humalik sa kapwa mo babae kung di ka lesbian. Wag OA.

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    9. Nakakapagsisi to for MMk. Siraan ba naman yung bida at ibash sa twitter. LOL

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  2. Parang wala namang laman yung apology. Walang accountability. Laging may rason and never niya naging kasalanan. She was asked about being in a same sex relationship daw pero in her statement she said na buti "nalunok" niya yung role. Tf? Then ofcourse she loves the gays. Next time, don't take a role na hindi mo malunok.

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    1. She shouldn’t even have to apologize. Nothing wrong with what she said.

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    2. I'm not even LGBTQ but I can see how the "nalunok" remark can be offensive. Baka nga di naman talaga homophobe si nathalie but medyo off yung term na ginamit nya

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    3. That’s her opinion, so move on. Lahat na lang ng bagay offended, lahat na lang ng bagay big deal. Sa laki ng mundi hindi lahat ng tao pareparehas ng isip at diwa. Opinions are as diverse as the type of genders out there.

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    4. So pag yung gay ang nagcocomment na nandidiri sila pag gaganao sila na straight guy ok lang?

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    5. Nothing wrong with what Natalie Hart said. Hindi sya plastic. She can't claim what she's not just to avoid offending the community.

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    6. Apology for what?

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    7. Pag ang mga beki ang tinanong kung kaya nilang makipaghalikan sa babae, sasabihin nila kadiri o kaya nakakasuka. Straight people don’t even get offended by it. Natatawa pa nga sila. But if it’s the other way around, sobrang makaaray ang mga LGBT community .

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    8. Lemme ask you this 2:51, have you ever heard of gay actors portraying straight roles saying playing straight makes them "uncomfortable"? That's your reason. It may not be homophobia and she may have not realized it, but there's stigma in there. You're an actor, you shouldn't have any qualms portraying any roles, kaya mo magportray ng mamamatay tao, pero di ka comfortable magportray ng bakla/lesbian?

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    9. Di hamak naman na mas madali to portray a killer role kaysa magpretend to be attracted to somebody esp same sex.

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    10. Why does she need to apoligise? Sabi nya hindi naasiwa xa gawin yunh role kasi hndi nya kaya makipag titigan sa babae. Same lAng pag interview mga gays and they will say naasiwa sila kalAndian babae. Pag bakla nagsabi nakakatawa pag si natalie hart kailangan may public apology??

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    11. 10:55, we never hear of gay actors saying such because no one makes a big deal out of it pag sinabi nila. Bakit pag artista ba bawal na mailang sa roles nila? Ginawa naman nya di nga lang sya comfortable. You cant take that away from her. Sobrang sensitive naman talaga.

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    12. 10.55 she didnt say she felt uncomfortable. What she said was the role was difficult to portray but she managed to do it and gave it justice.
      Hindi mo ba alam umintindi ng tama? Isa pa, kung ang isang bagay is uncomfortable sa isang tao pero comfortable sayo...fine! Pero don't shove your likes and dislikes to our throats because it won't fly. Don't say dapat ganito ka, dapat ganyan ka just because she is an actor.. NO NO NO NO NO! Isa ba yan sa mga pinaglalaban ninyo? Wow! it sucks pala? - not 2.51

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    13. We never hear about it pero sinabi nila? Ano ba talaga 3:51? Magcite ka naman di yung nagmamarunong ka lang. Case in point, nobody wants to hear they’re uncomfortable portraying you especially if you’re not a bad person to begin with.

      To make it easier for you to understand, replace lesbian with another marginalized group in society, let’s say someone who undergoes through poverty. And then the actor just says: “Oh, I’m uncomfortable playing this role because I’ve only been rich ever since I was born”. Do you not see how silly that sounds?

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    14. 1:06, hindi nagiging issue yung sinasabi nila dahil hindi na ginagawang balita! Okay ka lang ba umintindi? Nag cite na nga di mo pa inintindi. This is not an issue of one being a bad person and the other being good. Parang ewan naman yang example mo! If Natalie has a different orientation than of the person she portrayed; was uncomfortable while doing it and she voiced it out, anong mali dun?

      Napaka oa ng mga pinagsasasabi mo. Kung malawak pangintindi mo you dont have to drag the rich and the poor. Iba yung context mo!

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  3. No need to apologize girl, you just answered the question honestly and that's what makes you stand out. Pero pag inokray ng mga LGBT ang mga straight e norm lang.

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    1. True.Mas madalas pa sila ang nang ookray

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    2. True. Double standard lang noh?

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    3. True! Kala po pag LGBTQ Mga entitled eh..🤷🏼‍♀️ Kelangan mo maging sensitive at maingat sa work at baka maoffend sila. Pero wag ka pag sila mangokray wagas pero dapat normal lang bawal ka magreact kase they are just saying their opinion. Pag tau homophobic agad 🙄

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  4. Ang oa sa totoo lang. Wala akong nakikitang mali sa sinabi ni Nathalie Hart. Kinwento lang nya yung feelings nya. Ano bang gustong marining nung Lesbian na sarap na sarap si Nathalie sa role at gusto na rin nyang maging Lesbian?

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    1. True. Wala namang masama sa sinabi nya actually. Sorry sa iba ha pero masyado lang sensitive na masyado ung iba. She was plainly stating her opinion on the role that she portray. Wala naman sya sinabing nandidiri sya or ayaw nya. Shempre straight yan. Try to flip the roles. Kung ung gays or lesbian kaya ang magportray as straight for sure ganyan din ang interview. Gusto nila lagi silang ipplease ano ba

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    2. Kaloka ka baks nasamid ako sa last part. Ps nga pala, tomboy/lesbian nga rin pala ako wala lang gusto ko lang sabihin hehe.

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    3. All for the views, all to stay relevant.

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  5. Anong issue ito? E straight yang si Natalie aka Princess Snell kaya out of her comfort zone ang maging lesbian and vise versa kung lesbian ka tapos you will play a straight role. Masasabi mo din yung nasabi nya. Grabe naman maka react tong lgbt. Over! Gay ako pero dapat ba all praise lagi pag pag uusapan ang lgbt? Lahat may good and bad. And dun sa statement wala naman nakaka offend

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  6. Hay naku. Dito na naman ang lgbtq. Ano naman masama sa sinabi niya . Nagpakatotoo lang siya eh di niya feel kung babae . Sensitibk na namn

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  7. Aminin din natin na tayong mga gays, asiwa at awkward din tayo makipagtitigan sa babae. Parang ganun lang point ni Nathalie dito. Jusko. Feeling special talaga sila.

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  8. Ano po ang offensive sa sinabi ni Nathalie na mas madali makipagtitigan sa lalaki at she never had a relationship with another female? Kung heterosexual si Nathalie, people should respect that because that's her sexual orientation. I know a lot of homosexuals that can't bear the thought of kissing a person from opposite sex.

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  9. Homophobic agad? Magaling lang sa english tong mga to pero mahina ang analyzation.

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  10. To be fair, ang PEP naman ang may sabi ng word na “asiwa” not directly si Princess Tinker Bell Snell aka Nathalie Hart.

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  11. Homophobe na agad ate??duh..kaya nga artista tawag sa kanila kasi they have to act a certain character na di sila

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  12. Instead na respect, napapalitan ng inis ang nakukuha nila. They sound smart kasi panay english pero kulang sila sa pag-intindi ng mga bagay-bagay. Sila pala ang limited ang pang-unawa contrary sa claim nila na di sila nauunawaan ng publicly.

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  13. Cguro wrong choice of words lang, wag niyo naman labelan na homophobic. I watched the entire pep interview., kaya niya nasabi nanalunok” ksi she was asked if she ever had an experience with a lesbian, she was trying to make a point na kaht d siya lesbian, nagawa niya ung role, and hopefully gave justice to it. Again perhaps its a wrong choice of words. Pls also respect na straight siya and maybe nahirapan siya as an actor. Don’t give me that crap na dapt hindi niya tinaggap ung role, maybe she needs the money? Maybe she wanted the role to improve her skill. Even sa Hollywood they cast an actor regardless of their gender as long as they can deliver well(ex: neil patrick harris, matt bomer) . Did you ever think na no one wanted to do it, as well? Ksi magkamali ka ng salita,or do something unintentionally maraming LGBTQ members ang magagaglit and you will be scrutinized? To the point na malabelan or macacancel ka na? I saw her IG, her apology is being doubted...

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    1. If you are not comfortable doing the role then don’t do it, you have choice. Rather than accept the role and give comments na asiwa and awkward. Bat mo tinanggap mandidiri ka pala?

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    2. Maybe because she’s an actor? The “look” does sounds off, and is a wrong choice of words, then besides that the rest were fine. The world doesn’t revolve around the LGBTQ+ community. Let’s see gays trys to kiss a girl, doubt that it wont be akward or asiwa?

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    3. 9:58 pag tinanggihan din nya ang role. Ma-o-offend din naman kayo. May masabi pa rin kayo against her. Sobrang kawawa ng mga straight ngayon. Di na nila alam saan sila lulugar.

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    4. @9:58, I dont think nandiri siya. It is more about nahirapan siya iportray ang role but still she did it. Kung homophobic talaga siya di na niya tinanggap ung role in the first place.

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  14. Yan ka nanaman din, di na dapat dumadami tulad mong ganyan mag isip. 2021 na baks!

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    1. Sobrang Oa nyo

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    2. 11:05 yun na nga 2021 na ganyan pa rin kayo. Feeling nyo lagi kayo api. Respeto din sa lahat, hindi lang sa inyo.

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    3. Mas ayokong dumami ang katulad mo 11:05! Instead of creating allies, more enemies lang makukuha niyo. Educate yourselves in choosing your battles. Kung heartbreaking na sa inyo ito, pano na lang yung mas seryoso pang issue na kakaharapin ng community niyo. Kaloka!

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    4. Bakit 1105 dapat ba sarap na sarap c Natalie sa role nya? Eh straight yan malamang asiwa makipagtitigan o makipaghalikan sa kapwa babae. Jusko kaylangan tlaga all praise ang lahat para sa inyo? Wow, napa entitled nyo oy! Maski saang lupalop ng mundo ikumpara napaka open natin sa 3rd sex kaya wag na kayong gumawa pa ng issue para lang maipaglaban din kayo dyan sa Pinas. Nasa Europa ako at naloloka ako minsan gaano ka close minded ang iba dito sa 3rd sex.

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  15. So dapat pumatol sya kahit straight sya ganern? Diyos ko wag mag sorry.

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    1. No pero yung parang napilitan siya at sukang suka siya sa role niya yun ang mali. Edi wag tanggapin di ba? She said buti daw "nalunok" niya yung role.

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    2. Eh diba pagsinabing 'nalunok', ibig sabihin kinaya mo? Eh totoo naman it's a challenging role for her at kinaya nya. Kaya yun yung sinabi nya. Wala akong nabasa na sinabi nya na sukang suka sya. You're the ones putting those words in to her mouth.

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    3. 1:22 nalunok said in the context of "nakaya gawin (as a role played by an actor)" hindi yung nadidiri/nasusuka.

      Huwag tanggapin? Maybe she wanted to try something outside of her comfort zone as an actor or wanted to try something different for the purpose of experience, maybe she needed a gig for the monetary value. Will she like it the experience? Maybe not, but she doesn't have to. It was just a role she had to portray as part of a job.

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    4. 1:22 it's that nalunok word yung parang na-miss ng karamihan eh. Yan yung offensive and hindi ang preference ni nathalie for hetero.

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    5. @122 eh sa straight nga sya. Yun lesbian kaya ipa kissing scene mo sa lalake baka mas madami pang sabihin kaysa kay Nathalie.

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    6. ur putting words in her mouth. wala
      syang sinabi na sukang suka sya. she means nalunok nya yung role, nagawa nya ng maayos kahit nahirapan sya. ang oa lang ng reaction ng iba. i stand with natalie hart here and i dont even like her.

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    7. Nalunok means she took kahit ayaw. May choice naman sya to say no to the role. People are missing the point.

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  16. May pagka taklesa naman talaga tong si Nathalie Hart na to ever since. Vavaeng bakla kumbaga. I dont see anything wrong naman sa statement niya. Pero sana kasi kumuha nalang MMK ng ibang actress, di naman magaling umarte yan e

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  17. Wala namang masama sa sinabi nya. Masyadong arte naman nitong Roanne at Tina na to. Tanggapin nyo na hindi lahat kayang lunukin yang choices nyo sa buhay.

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  18. Bakit ito pa kasi kinuha e di naman magaling. Kapartner niya si Jane Oineza dyan, buti pa yun marunong. E ito, bakya na nga nega pa

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  19. sorry di ko gets.. anong mali dun sa opinion ng actress na di siya maka relate sa role.. may mali ba or naging sensitive lang?

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  20. OA nilaaaa ha hiningan ng opinyon nagpakatotoo juskelerd

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  21. Wala nmn masama sa sinabi ni Nathalie. It was her true feelings sa naging role niya. It doesn't mean she hates them, talagang mahirap lang din tlga magpretend to be attracted sa same sex kung straight ka. Kahit ako, I don't hate the lesbians but it will be indeed a challenge for me kung ganon na role ang ibibigay sakin. Napaka sensitive lang ng mga tao ngayon, lahat na lang issue..

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    1. Kaya sila artista at binabayaran to act, play a role. If she cant take it at may hesitation edi wag tanggapin ang role?

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    2. She was able to take it nga diba..nakaya nya daw. Yun yung ibig sabihin nya. Ano bang ineexpect nyo walang kahirap hirap na maportray nya yung role kahit straight sya? Na pagtapak nya sa set 100% sa lesbian na ang mindset at emotions nya? Method actress ba sya? When Ms Agot Isidro played that kind of role sa Changing Partners, in an interview, she said that both of them had apprehensions in playing the role cause it's also her first time doing that role.

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  22. Sa mga LGBT subukan nyo na kayo gumanap na straight at gagawa kayo ng eksena sa babae at lalake kung hindi rin kayo mailang. Si John Lapuz nga nung gumanap sya na straight na lalake sa Here Comes The Bride diring diri daw sya sa ginagawa nya.

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  23. Homophobe agad? Sinabi lang naman niya na nahirapan siya to the play the role

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  24. Pero pag bading ang nagsabi na nandidiri sila sa babae or nagsasabi ng statement kahit lasingin yuck ang babae, normal lang? Maayos pa nga yung wording niya in english lang naman nun sinabi nya eh it means it feels awkward. What's wrong with that?

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    1. Exactly! Ito din iniisip ko. Si Vice nga lagi sinasabi na nandidiri sya if babae

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    2. Exactly! Bakit pag ang bakla nagsasabing nadidire sila sa babae, wlang umaanga, hindi pinapatulan pero pag ganitong the other way around..grabe sobrang balat sibuyas.

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    3. Korek. Yan nga sasabihin ko, ilagay nila sitwasyon nila sa knya. Like a gay person portraying a straight person, challenging rin di ba, because u r portraying u r not, or just like any other roles. Pero true, laging joke ng mga comedy bar comedians na nandidiri sila babae, pero tawa kayo ng tawa at normal lang. so sino mali?

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    4. Oo, nga pag tinanong gay okay lang mag kiss sa girl nakakasuka daw ano ba homophobe sa statement niya mahirap mag internalize at challenging sa kanya kasi hindi naman siya sa gay o.a naman sa sensitive

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  25. serious question, hindi ko kasi talaga nakita or nabasa.
    where and what did she say that insinuates na homophobe sya?
    ang basa ko kasi sinabi ni Nathalie na wala sya experience sa same gender relationship kaya hindi sya komportable sa role na nagmahal sya sa same gender. i think she was just being honest in her feelings when she said that.
    may iba pa ba syang sinabi na hindi nakasulat at talagang offensive?

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    1. actually wala. she was just being candid but not necessarily offensive

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  26. There's nothing wrong with what Nathalie said. Eh sa straight talaga sya and of course it won't be easy for her to pretend to like women. Kung beki nga naaasiwa isipin pa lang na hahalik sa girl. Ganun lang yun. Sobrang feeling entitled ng LGBT. Ang kinaiinisan ng mga tao hindi yun preference ninyo kundi yun mga ugaling sobrang sensitive na wala na sa lugar.

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  27. Grabe naman hindi ba pwede na she is entitled to her own opinion. Lahat nalang nakaka offend. Are we all getting "softer" by the day a.k.a. weak. A weak generation, that is.

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  28. Last time I checked, we lived in a democracy.

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  29. Offensive naman talaga and wag sabihin na sensitive sila since yung buhay at struggle nila ang mapapakita sa national tv.

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    1. So offensive na hindi niya talaga trip ang babae? Offensive na straight siya at siya gumanap nun?

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    2. Lahat tayo may struggle and yung struggle ng lgbt kung tutuusin is not all that lalo na nasa Philippine setting. Kung sa ibang bansa yan na bawal lgbt then yun talaga STRUGGLE. Anyway, yung sinabi ni Nathalie is about her personal experience sa role bilang straight na playing lesbian and yun nga naghirapan sya. San dun yung masama?

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    3. E bakit kasi sila pumayag na gawing mmk story nila tapos magagalit sa cast e in the first place hindi naman talaga kagalit-galit. Gusto lang din nila gumawa ng issue no para mas lalong pag-usapan kaloka!

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    4. 12:07 Aling part ang offensive and pls expound narin. Kasi, we would like to dissect and analyze the anatomy of an onion.

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  30. Lesbian ako at hindi naman ako na-offend. Wag tayo masyado sensitive, straight sya, basta hindi mo bet awkward talaga kahit ano pang gender preference mo.

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    1. Hay ewan nga ba sa mga kalesbian natin over to the max sensitive. Sana kwento ko na lang ang i mmk hindi ako magagalit promise hahahahahaha!

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  31. ang mga lesbians babae pa rin talaga kahit attracted din sa kapwa babae.. napakasensitive gaya ng mga babaeng tulad ko. sa totoo lang mabibilang sa isang kamay ang mga kaibigan kong lesbians. ang dami kasing tibo na toxic at over sensitive talaga.. parang dahil lesbian sila, nag 2x yung emotions bilang babae

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    1. Mas sensitive pa at emotional kaysa sa mga straight girls kaloka! Sorry.

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  32. mahina ba comprehension ko o yung nagrereklamo ang mahina ang comprehension? saan banda naging homophobe si natalie sa statement niya? baka isa lang ito sa mga cases na hindi naintindihan sa unang basa, minasama, nahimasmasan at narealize na wala naman sinabing masama, pero dahil nakapag react na, pangatawanan na lang.

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    1. 1213 aasahan mo sa ibang Pinoy eh, napakahina umintindi minsan. Lol

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  33. I’m not a homophobe but it irks me that the community interprets things and making a big deal out of it. Ilang beses ko binasa yung statement niya at di naman siya homophobic

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  34. Kawawa sito si Nathalie sa Twitter, dami LGBT na mga pa-woke na nagagalit sa kanya. Pinanood ko yung clip wala naman homophobic sa pagkakasabi nya, hindi naman nya sinabing nandidiri sya sa mga lesbians. Paka-snowflake talaga ng mga tao ngayon

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    1. Mga bakla nga nandidiri sa babae pag hahalikan nila, bkt ang straight girl bawal mailang?
      so walang k sa natalie magstate ng opinion. Sana nagrequest ka sa mmk na tomboy din ang magplay ng role mo.
      Balat sibuyas going to exaggeration na implying ka na. Makahomophobe. Eh di ikaw humalik sa lalaki kung feeling mo lalaki ka, di ka kya mailang. Wag ka makarason na trabaho nya artista nya yan, hindi sha pwedeng magka feelings na kasing balat sibuyas mo. Bka may meron nung nagcocoment ssi ateboy.

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    2. Aray ko 1:29 natawa ako dun sa mid last part hehe. Sorry.

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  35. Trabaho lang need tanggapin. Ginawa nya naman ng maayos kahit di xa makarelate. Ano masama sa sinabi nya, so ang lgbt pag ginawang straight at nandiri sa straight ok lang nagsavi ng di nila kaya e ok lng? San ang equality dun?

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  36. Masyadong sensitive. Wala namang mali sa opinion nya. Di ba kapag sinabihan ang tibo na halikan mo ang lalaki, sasabihin nila na yuck. Same with gays, nandidiri sila kung sasabihin halikan ang girl. Palagi nalang kayong api. May right din ang mga straight dahil hindi kami makarelate sa inyo!

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  37. Ang hirap naman i-please ng community nila. Maingat naman ang pagkakasabi, homophobe agad. Yung mga gay nga pag tinutukso sa babae, nandidiri. Same with lesbians pag tinukso sa lalake, naiinis kayo. Wlala naman kuda ang mga straight.

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  38. So okay lang kapag bakla ang nagsabing nandidiri siya sa babae? You want everyone to accept and respect you by attacking straight people and finding anything to be offensive! Mas nakakatakot pa sa virus ang mindset ng tao sa socmed.

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  39. Sobrang OA!! Homophobe agad? At grabe natwist nyo agad un sinabi into diff kinds of meaning, at kung ano ano na interpretation nyo. May pandemia pa huy, palagi ba kami mag aadjust sa feelings nyo? Wala naman masama sinabi may pa we deserve better ka pa jan

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  40. Nope, you won’t create an ally with me nor with my family with that kind of thinking Roanne. I’m okay with your sexuality or gender or whatever you call it, but please don’t shove it in my face. Kayo ang dapat ieducate, hindi kaming mga straight!

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  41. Do you really call them homophobic when she’s just expressing kung ano nararamdaman niya? No offense to the lesbian pero i think you’re being OA here. Hindi naman niya sinasabing ayaw niya sa inyo, hindi lang niya nasabi yung right words na gusto niyo.. it goes with gays na nasusuka rin sa mga babae, hindi naman yun nakakaoffend kung sinabi nila yun. E sa nahirapan nga sa role diba, artista yan. Cancel culture en*** ang daming nakikiride.

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  42. Heartbreaking talaga te?!

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    1. The roanne girl has a flair for theatrics. Check mo pinned post sa twitter

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  43. Akala ko ako lang nakapansin na wala namang mali sa sinabi niya. Haha. Machika kasi to si gurl e ganyan talaga sya kung makipagkwentuhan. Pero i think she means well naman. Nashook lang sya kasi first time niya gumanap ng ganyang role. Kahit ako ganyan mafifeel ko e. Pagkakaiba lang kasi artista sya kaya taken out of context

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    1. Actually sila nga ung bastos dahil kung ano ano nang sinabi nila dun sa tao. . E wala namang mali sa sinabi ni natalie. Grabe bashing nila sa twitter

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  44. I don't see anything offensive with what she said. As a straight woman, hindi talaga yan kumportable gumanap ng tomboy role.

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    1. Ganun din naman kaming tomboy(ay ewan ko pala sa iba) hindi ko kayang magpakababae baka ako pa ang hindi makalunok ng role hahahaha! Ewan ko ba sa mga ibang lgbtq(kasi hindi ko alam kung kasali ako dun hindi naman ako active hehe.) masyadong sensitive at lahat na lang issue sa kanila. Siguro may mga pinagdaan sila sa buhay kaya ganyan ka sensitive kaso, may pinagdaanan din naman ako pero hindi ako over sensitive. Ako na magsosorry in behalf of them hehe.

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  45. Juskoday! Lahat na lng ng sabihin or gawin mo nowadays, big deal para sa iba. Daming sensitive sa mundo!

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  46. You people are too sensitive! Kung si Aiza Seguera kaya nag play ng girly girly role at sinabi ang same line na yan, justifiable ba na magalit kaming mga straight?

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  47. napaka oa. sobrang sensitive talaga ng LGBTQ community,sa true lang. konting salita na di nila magustuhan,kukuyugin kana agad sa twitter. pero pag sila may statement about straight,ok lang. so si vice,anu tawag pag sinasabi nya na nandidiri sya kay anne pag ikikiss,mga ganon. she's just expressing what she felt when she did the role,sobrang oa mo lang kute.

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  48. OA kayo. Feelings niyo na lang parati ang kelangan take into consideration. Hindi lang kayo LGBT ang may rights and feelings. Lahat tayo.

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    1. Korek baks!! We have rights din naman!

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  49. Sobrang sensitive ng lgbtq na pawoke. Si Nathalie lahat ng kapatid niya ay gay, siya pa ba Kaya ang magdiscrimate? E sa totoo naman talaga ang sinabi niya na walang chance na magka gusto siya sa kapwa babae.

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  50. If totoong sinabi ni Natalie na NAASIWA siya, then yes offensive talaga yun.

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    1. Ano naman ang offensive dun eh straight sya kaya maaasiwa talaga sya..sinabi nya ba na nakakadiri ang mga lesbian? Hindi naman. She speaks for herself when she played the role.

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    2. 146 at bakit naging offensive aber? dahil sinabi nyang totoo?

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    3. pag bakla nandidiri sa babae, bakit di ka nagagalit

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    4. 1:46 do you even know the correct meaning of Asiwa? Eh sa hindi kumportable yung tao eh ano problema nyo dun? Hindi lahat ng babae trip babae din. Actually karamihan ng babae eh hindi.

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    5. Life story kasi yung role, di lang basta role sa tv na ginawan ng kwento. Gusto mo ba pag may mag portray sa life story mo at sasabihin na nilunok na lang at nakkaasiwa di ka ma-offend?

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    6. Sensitive ka lang din lol

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    7. 221, 227, 255, 803 - Wow so ok lang sa inyong sabihang nakakaasiwa kayo? Hahaha, okayyyy

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    8. Im 2:21, so kng straight na babae ako tapos may boyfriend ako.. ang magpoportray sakin ay lesbian, komportable kaya sya sa role na yun na may boyfriend? Diba maaasiwa din sya? Okay lang sakin maasiwa sya kasi naiintndhan ko na di nya type lalake..

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  51. I’m a very feminist person and do not take homophobia lightly but come on! The woman already apologized - let go!

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  52. Don't apologize. You wete just being truthful. Masyadong sensitive naman kasi na mga LGBT. Lahat nalang ng sabihin na huhurt. Lahat pinapalaki. Anong magagawa niya kung di nya talaga kaya? Sapilitan?

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  53. The worst thing you can say about her is that she could use a bit of finessing. Otherwise, opinion niya hiningi eh. She did her part naman as an “actor”.

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  54. honest lang naman siya, yes honestly repulsed sa same sex relationship - ano tawag dun? sana, we look at love regardless of gender cause that’s what love is. (bow). sana she tackled her role as challenges of (human) couples instead of spotlighting gender. that’s why binabatikos sya.

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    1. So ineexpect nyo po sya to understand that kind of love as if she's also a lesbian? Straight po sya kaya hindi yun kayang maintndhan. Hindi nya po kiniquestion kng anong klase merong love ang lesbians and lalong hindi nya jinudge. Yung opinion nya po ay opinyon nya sa pagganap sa role nya.

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    2. Konting analytical thinking naman. Straight sya kaya she cannot see herself in a same sex relationship. Hindi nya sinasabi na masama yun or anything. It is just not for her dahil straight nga sya. Yung mga pro lgbt na straight sa tingin mo ba ok lang sa personal life nila na mag same sex..of course di rin nila bet. pero considered as ally sila right?! Sana alamin din which is which. Yung talagang insult/homophobia or yung hindi naman like this case. Are you trying to say na pag ang lesbian may pinormahang girl tapos the girl politely declined...homophobic na ba sya kaagad?!?!

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    3. Agree..dapat Di na sya nagfocus masyado dun sa gender...alam nya na din Naman na sensitive talaga mostly Ng mga nasa LGBTQ..Sana naging mas aware sya and naging mas sensitive sa choice of words..sa tingin ko Di Naman homophobic remark Yun..wala syang intention na makasakit kase kapatid nya LGBTQ Din naman...naging honest Lang sya sa feelings and iniisip nya..Di Lang sya nagpakasafe unlike most of the celebrities..

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    4. You guys should quit POLICING people’s opinions and move on. Wala naman masama sa sinabi nya dinescribe nya lang paano naging challenging para sa kanya yung role nya.

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    5. @314 bagsak ka sa reading comprehension.

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    6. she didnt say na she was repulsed by same sex relationship now did she?????🙄 interpretasyon mo lang yun.

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    7. 11:32 AM What’s “asiwa”? Di ba she said that? When she said “sa lalaki sanay ako” di ba she meant opposite sex?

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  55. Bakit nilalahat niyo ang LGBT? Eh yang outrage na yan came from Twitter. Andaming SJW dun. Unfair naman kasi ayaw niyo din naman ginegeneralize kayo.

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  56. Bakit puro galit sa bakla ang lumalabas sa mga commenters? Eh 2 lesbians tong nagcocomplain? Obvious na obvious naman kayo

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  57. lol, da who ba yan.

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  58. Hohum, she is a nobody anyway.

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    1. The two of them are too. Sino ba sila lol

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  59. For me, ang mali yung term na “nilunok” nya yung role na lang. Life story kasi ng tao yung ginampanan nya, di lang sya basta role sa tv or movie na binigay kay nathalie para ma-challenge sya or para iimprove ang acting nya. Kasi kung sa una pa lang alam nya na di sya kumportable sa lesbian role, dapat di na nya agad tinanggap.

    Tho di ako agree sa pag-label na “homophobe”, oa yun ha.

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  60. Parang ganyan din naman naririnig ko sa nga gay friends ko. Hindi daw nila malunok humawak ng b**bs or humalik ng babae. So dapat ba ma-offend din kaming mga babae?

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  61. Is her PREFERENCE... eh gusto nya lalaki eh ano magagawa ng mga LGBT??? ano nakaka offend dun. If it happens the other way around ma ooffend ba mga straight hindi naman db? Bakit ang mga filipino nagiging utak US mga sensitive na wala sa lugar???

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  62. Sige nga, have a gay actor do a love scene or kissing scene with an actress, tingnan natin kung di maasiwa ang bakla 🙄
    I’m gay by the way and not all of us are irrational snowflakes. No need to apologize.

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  63. Tapos kapag tinanggihan nya ang role dahil di nya kaya, offended na naman sila.

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    1. Walang lulugaran. Buti nag business sila dahil kung hindi ang hirap nila pakisamahan sa opisina

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  64. Not going to watch this episode, ang toxic lang! Yung ang bigat ng message ng episode and may matutunan ka sana kaso nakita ko ung Twitter noong dalawa n yan, entitled and arrogant lang, lalo n ung isa na “wag daw siya hahamunin.” Yung totoo kayo lang mga tao dito sa mundo? Cguro kaya feeling niyo d kayo tanggap ng society ksi u keep shoving it to the our faces to the point na hindi nanamin kayo naiintindihan. Respeto lang, naninidak n kayo eh.... Yeah, maybe wrong choice of word ung lunok, pero comprehension lang ksi kaya niya sinabi un ksi merong kissing scene, doon siya naasiwa. Ang bakla ganoon din naman d b? Bkt pag straight ginaganyan niyo? Sabi pa “ d daw papipigilan ang pagiging tomboy” kami din hindi naman kayang pigilan ang pagiging straight namin.

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  65. I don't think she's homophobic. Wrong choice of words lang. Pag sinabi nyang, I dont like the role because Im not gay, baka un pa mejo homophobic. But despite she accepted the role when she's not gay and the role challenged her of her being an actress, that's already commendable. She's said those words as an actress not her prespective re LGBT.

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  66. ahh story pala nilang dalawa yun nasa MMK? Sila yun sumikat dahil sa YT video na exes. People were gushing because they were "cute." Sa totoo lang, ang OA nila. Never understood the hype about them. Unang video is about them being exes tapos after a few months yata gumawa na ng sarili nilang YT channel? lol

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  67. Sorry ha, pero wala naman akong nakikitang mali sa sinabi ni Nathalie.. sensitive naman masyado mga tao ngayon.. lahat nalang!! Mali ung pag iinterpret

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  68. Lately dami nya hanash na medyo cringe, is she okay?

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  69. sa totoo lang mula nang nagkaroon ng flatform ang mga pinoy sa social media! lahat ata issue! kahit di naman dapat feeling affected! feeling you need to express your opinion! feeling need mag sabi ng audacity!!! kaya mga pinoy puro away! juice ko!

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  70. Ang nga tao ngayon napaka onion skinned!!! Kaunting kibot offended na agad!

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  71. Ui lgbtq madami dami na naooffend sa pagiging sensitive nyo. Yung iba support naman pero yung mga nagvo voice out sa socmed kasi. If rainbow ang color nyo di ba dapat kayo ang unang mag promote ng unity?

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  72. Pag sinabi ba ng isang artista na nahirapan sya i portray ang role ng madre o accountant or kriminal kasi di sya katoliko o magaling sa math o wala sya kilalang kriminal, mau-offend ba yung madre, accountant, o kriminal.

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    1. This, hindi naman kasi talaga offensive

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  73. Marami sa mga LGBT ang ultra sensitive and may victim-mentality. Thankfully not all since marami parin na sensible.

    Once na may “victim-mentality’ ang isang tao, mahirap talaga na makausap ng maayos. Lahat ng sasabihin mo ay mali para sa kanila.

    Nasabi ni natalie na buti nalunok niya ang role. Ibig sabihin medyo nandiri sya diba, maybe because never naman niyang ginawa yon, but it doesn’t mean nandiri siya sa ibang tao na gumagawa nun. Same sa mga bading. Nandidiri sila pag humalik sila sa babae, pero doesn’t mean nandidiri sila sa mga lalaking humahalik sa babae.

    Tapos, sasabihan kagad nila na homophobe si natalie. Eh wait lang ha, sobrang judgmental niyo lang. Na offend kayo sa word na ginamit? Then focus on that. Don’t go on labelling natalie as homophobe.

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  74. Sa mga LGBTQ na feel na feel na hindi sila tanggap ng mundo, pwedeng mag reflect kayo? Gawin niyong personal ang issue. It’s about YOU. Maybe hindi naman gender ang issue. Maybe nafefeel niyong ayaw sa inyo ng mga tao dahil ayaw nila sa ugali niyong feeling entitled at pa victim. It’s not about the gender per se, but your attitude. Kasi bakit ang ibang members naman ng lgbtq ay walang mga problema and well loved naman.

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  75. The comments here are so disappointing. Goes to show sobrang layo pa ng Filipinos pagdating sa proper mentality.

    Isipin mo na lang maaasiwa sa iyo kasi straight ka. Walang masama doon? Diyos ko. Actor ka. Your job is to act, to play pretend. Ang daming straight actors ang professional at hindi namimili. Worse, nandiri pa sya wow.

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    1. True. If may may pandidiri at uncomfty feeling edi wag tanggapin ang role wala namang pilitan yan. Mas madaming magagaling na actors ang kayang kaya ang role ng walang pang dadalawang isip mga unnecessary comments.

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    2. Pero kapag ang sa community nyo ang may opinion na ganyan, okey lang na mandiri ang gay na magkaroon ng intimate scene sa babae. Double standard.

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    3. Isa pa yo si @325 reading comprehension fail din

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    4. 1150 hindi lahat ng nasa community iisa ang opinion and stand. It’s not ok na mandiri, but no one bats an eye when gay (men) say that. People laugh instead, esp. women. Now a woman says nandiri, gay woman got offended. Hindi pwede? Dapat ok lang din. Kasi sinabi din ng gay man ang pandidiri na yun towards straight woman. Well, to begin with hindi dapat tinatawanan ang jokes and insults na ganyan. Dapat kino call out.

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  76. Reading these comments show that PH still has a long way to go in fully accepting the LGBTQ+ community and understansding what they are fighting for.

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    1. Sus ti napaka open ng bansa natin sa 3rd sex no at pwede pa kayong magdamit babae dyan sa atin kung kelan nyo gusto. Yes may karapatan kayo, same with straight people. Jusko unahin nyo muna palawagin ang isip nyo bago kayo kumuda.

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    2. Kaloka ka. Anong acceptance pa ang need mo? Parang ang goal mo ata is lgbt ang mas mataas na sa lahat e. Nalulong ka na sa pagka victim mo

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    3. Acceptance and understanding are two different things. If you read the comments, no one is against the LGBTQ+ but the problem is it's beginning to become a one-way street... Pls also try to understand it from our( straight) point of view.

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    4. You are way out of line. Un yun. May long way to go ka pang nalalaman. Entitled kayo

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  77. OA naman ng mga tao, lahat naman ng role mahirap gawin, I bet if sinabi niyang nadalian siya sa role, LGBTQ will still crucify her tapos sasabihin walang effort sa pag arte sa LGBTQ roles

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