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Sunday, June 25, 2023

Insta Scoop: Miel Pangilinan Speaks Up for LGBTQ Rights


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29 comments:

  1. ano ibig sabihin sapphic?

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    1. The word comes from Sappho, Greek poet who's lesbian.

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    2. 9:06, it means lesbians

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    3. Lesbian from the name Sappho, a Greek poet who lived on an island named Lesbos. Just Google na lang for further info.

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    4. may pang fashionpulis pero walang pang google?

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    5. Thank you sa mga sumagot...was wondering about that as well. - a tita na hindi si 9:06pm

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    6. ikaw mag google ng 1:06 . i google mo GMRC

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    7. 1:06 Learn from the three comments above you. This is how you educate, instead of humiliate. Maayos naman nagtanong di ba? Ni walang bahid ng sarcasm yung tanong so why answer in a rude way? Oo may pang-Google but sometime, a person's explanation makes a big difference. Mas madaling intindihin. Baguhin mo ugali mo 1:06 para walang taong nahihiyang magtanong.

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    8. 12:13 si 1:06 kung umattitude parang di nakaranas ng pagmamahal at pagaaruga nung bata. You are right madami mas nakakaintindi pag inexplain ng iba. Kung maayos naman nagtanong ang tao pakisagot din ng maayos at kung hindi alam sabihin na lang pasensya di ko din alam instead of being sarcastic. Lahat may pinagdadaanan. Ang hirap hirap na ng buhay nowadays wag na natin dagdagan sama ng loob ng ating kapwa. Lets be nice. It will make a difference.

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  2. Paano magkakaroon ng same sex marriage e divorce nga wala sa pilipinas

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  3. Ang swerte ko na nasa Pilipinas ako, kase kahit papaano accepted ang mga bakla dito saten. Madami pa din naman mejo hindi open minded pero okay lang, compared sa ibang bansa na OA na ang situation. Mga members na din naman kase ng LGBT community ang nangugulo, ang dami nilang gustong baguhin na kahit ako hindi ko na din ma-take. Toddlers na pwedeng maghormones agad if they feel like it. Sandamakmak na gender titles. Usage ng pro nouns na pag magkamali ang ibang tao ay idedemanda na agad. Its too much na. For me, ang gusto ko lang, magkaroon ng law that makes people of the same gender spouses. To protect yung medical care and properties ng lgbt couple. Yung lang naman talaga ang importante. The rest, OA na. Yung pagsali ng trans sa miss universe, for me thats too much force of priviledge. Kase totoo naman si Matt Walsh, 2 lang naman talaga ang tao, babae o lalaki. Kung bakla ka na nagparetoke, dapat maging truthful ka pa din sa iba na bakla ka at hindi ka magkakaanak. At para naman sa ibang tao, magiging truthful lang talaga lahat ng lgbt kung mararamdaman nila na iaacept sila kung ano man sila. Yun lang. Love love love.

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    1. totoo. ako din, ang gusto ko para sa kanila is maprotect man lang nila ung mga SO nila. nakakalungkot lang na makabalita na sila ang nghirap tapos hindi makuha nung isa lahat ng pinaghirapan dahil lang sa hindi sila legal. Same goes for medical situations.

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    2. I love your point of view. Hindi tulad ng iba na masyado na maraming ipinipilit. Opinion ko lang ito pero parang naabuso na ng iba ang pagiging LGBTQ+. Katulad ng nangyayari sa ibang bansa, declaring themselves as transwoman for example to succeed in sports that they failed when competing to men's division. Or the one 'cosplaying' as a woman, and making misogynistic comments towards woman. Parang ginagawang content for fame na lang.

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    3. True baks. Na alarm talaga ako dito sa hormones for children. Ang alam ko nasimulan to ni Jazz Jennings. May reality show yun. Nakaka awa lang kasi since 6 years old pa tinuturukan na ng hormones para maging babae. Ang nanay yun nagsabi na since 2 years old pa daw yung bata gusto niya daw ng v*g*na. Like true ka diyan dai? 2 years old, yan talaga ini-isip? At na conclude lang niya na bakla anak niya dahil mahilig maglaro ng laruang "pambabae" at gusto ng color pink.

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    4. Same. Im straight pero gusto ko magkaron ng gay marriage for the same reason. Karapatan nila ang security na yan.

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    5. 1:54 but the two things you said were important 1) people of same gender can be lawful spouses 2) protect property and medical care of lgbt couple, walang ganyan sa pilipinas. So how can you say mas swerte ang mga bakla dito? The truth is, they are only "accepted" here kasi they still have less rights/ are still second class.

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    6. Very well said.

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    7. I.TOTALLY.AGREE.WITH.THIS! Im not against the lgbtq community, its just that masyado ng dumarami ang demands minsan. Nung una, they just want to be accepeted whichi think unti unti naman talaga nangyayare. But tama ka sa mga sinabi mo too much for e of priviledge na ung ibang gusto nila

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    8. 1:54 mababait din kase mga bading generally sa ating bansa- mga masisiyahin na tao at kapaki pakinabang sa society. Mga hindi pabigat at sakit sa ulo gaya sa iba kaya siguro ang daling tanggapin.

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    9. 1:54 You clearly aren't aware of the comparison you're making. Ang sinasabi mong tanggap dito sa Pilipinas ay yung pagiging bakla lang, hindi ang karapatan nila which is what people in other countries are fighting for. Tanggap sa ibang bansa ang bakla pero hindi ang pagpapakasal at iba pang rights na kaakibat nito. In Japan for example, same-sex couples can't jointly adopt children, gain parental rights over stepchildren, etc. Hindi kasi ganun kakumplikado sa atin kaya mo nasasabi na tanggap dito. Sa ibang bansa, marami silang gustong isulong na hindi ganun kadaling tanggap ng majority.

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    10. 10:31 tagalog na comment ko di mo pa naintindihan. Only shows how you only see and understand things sa kung paano mo gusto. Dito sa pinas, malimit na may bakla na nakadamit babae na binabato sa kalsada. Madaming lgbt people na succesful ngayon sa ibat ibang industry. Hindi lahat ng nasa lgbt community katulad mo. And with those, i am very grateful na nasa pinas ako. And just like what ive said yung pag legalize of having a commong law spouse and its benefits na lang ang kulang. Kung ang ipinaglalaban mo pa ay beyond that. Thats too much! And i, thank you!

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    11. I'm not lgbtq+ but I support and wish for their equal rights like us straight folks. Di lang acceptance. Matagal na akong manggagamot sa gov't hospital and pag lgbtq+ tas walang close family pero may partner naman, legally yung family pa rin hinahanap to sign papers. Tas minsan hirap pa si social worker to get in touch with the family. Pero makikita mo yung nagbabantay na laging andun eh yung partner. Buti pa nga yung mag live-in na heterosexual couple, kahit papaano recognized na union nila kung matagal na silang magkasama.

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    12. 12:14 am Yan ang fear ko. My partner and I have been together since our early 20s, living together since our 2nd year, and going 15 na kami. We are very low key as well dahil we are not getting any younger too. We are struggling how to even go about the medical and property stuff, to the point na napapasip na kami to move overseas. Oh well.

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    13. 9:08 i did not misunderstand your opinion, i just dont agree. In my view its misleading to say mas accepted ang mga bakla in ph because if that were true e di dapat they have the right to be spouses, adopt, have shared medical plans and other basic laws gaya sa ibang bansa. And what is the point of bringing up successful gays in ph? Wala bang successful na bakla sa US? So hindi din naman tayo lamang sa kanila in that regard.

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    14. I'm not 10:31 pero sablay pa din 2nd explanation mo 9:08. Yung statement mo na mas maswerte ang mga bakla dito sa Pilipinas is only superficial. Hindi naman kasi ganun kavocal ang mga bakla dito na isulong ang marriage and other rights or even using pronouns, etc.

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  4. 10:31, puwede silang gumawa ng will, trust at medical directives. Puwede ring bumili ng properties na co-owner sila.

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    1. 6:55 in other words yung mga lgbt lang na maykaya will have access to those limited legal workarounds. Whereas if gay marriage was legal they would not need to hire a lawyer, the state itself would guarantee conjugal property, shared benefits etc. Halimbawa, most filipinos who dont own enough wealth to have a trust will at least have SSS pension, but their gay partner will not be entitled to the spousal benefits and even a will from the SSS account holder cannot change those rules.

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  5. q.c. has a new queer card

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