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June 24, 2014, 02:48:13 AM by GeekierGuide
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The last Saturday of June is typically when the local White Parties take place in celebration of LGBT Pride Month and to commemorate the Stonewall Riots of 1969.
There are a number of Pride events taking place around Metro Manila. These are the ones that I know of so far:
O Bar - Celebrate Life Pride Party - June 28, 2014 at the Ortigas Home Depot Food Street and at O Bar. Food street event has no entrance and there will be drag, poi and ledge performances both inside and outside the bar. Regular Saturday door charge applies in the bar. The event is for the benefit of the Aware HIV/AIDS Advocacy and the Take the Test Project.
Malate Business Association - White Party June 28, 2014 at Orosa corner Nakpil in Malate. Party starts at 10:00pm, Dress Code: White.
Mentorque Productions - Unite in White Party - July 5, 2014 at The Portal, Greenfield District. White Tickets are P50 for entrance only. VIP tickets are P500 with two local beers or a cocktail. VVIP tickets are P1,500 with limited open bar from 10:30pm - 12:00am. You can potentially get free white tickets by creating an account at www.plun.asia. Chosen beneficiary organization TBD.
May 27, 2014, 11:11:01 PM by Bananafish
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Carlos Celdran posted in Facebook this shared update on writer Jessica Zafra:
Please.. Let's DONATE. Like many artists and freelancers, Jessica has NO medical insurance:
Emergency message From Ramón "RayVi" Sunico: About author Jessica Zafra:
"Dear Friends of Jessica Zafra,
"Many of you have already heard that Jessica has been hospitalized at the Makati Medical Center since late Monday night. After several days of fever, she had been found on the staircase of her apartment building, conscious but disoriented. Initial diagnosis indicated that she did not suffer a stroke, but was dehydrated, which resulted in an electrolyte imbalance. CT and MRI scans show some inflammation of the brain, which may be due to an infection. She is now undergoing neurological observation.
"Her only sister Cookie (Cheryl) is there for her, but this is a call to all her friends to pitch in and do what they can: every little bit helps. As is the case with almost all artists who work freelance, Jessica does not have health insurance. Those who would like to make a donation towards Jessica's hospitalization and medical care can deposit directly into Cookie's Security Bank account, which is under the name of Cheryl Ann Grace Z. de Jesus.
"Please just contact me through tinacuyugan @ yahoo.com.
"Also, kindly please email Cookie to let her know of any deposits made. cheryl.zafra @ emerson.com.
"Thanks, everyone. Keep Jessica in your thoughts and prayers. -- Tina"
As Carlos Celdran pointed out, freelancers typically do not have medical insurance which makes it difficult for them when they encounter a serious medical emergency.
A lot of people have already expressed offering pra...
May 15, 2014, 09:24:20 PM by Bananafish
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To mark the global celebration of the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) brings you:
Stories of Being Me
A Short Film Showing
May 16, 2014
5.30 PM – 7.00 PM
University of the Philippines Film Institute Film Center
The event is open to general public audience. Admission is free.
'Stories of Being Me' is a campaign led by B-Change Foundation in supporting the well-being of young people from sexual and gender minorities. The objective of the film showing is to raise awareness about the personal lives of LGBT people across Asia Pacific. It is putting a personal face to LGBT people challenges and successes.
'Stories of Being Me' is part of the 'Being Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) in Asia', regional initiative. This is in partnership with the University of the Philippines Center for Women's Studies (UP – CWS) for the hosting of the film showing.
July 28, 2014, 01:59:31 PM by Pusheen :3
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Sometimes, your job can be very mundane if not for those "sabaw moments" ... Or those incidents that are worth the laughs... So feel free to share them here!
1. I ended my voicemail with "Have a great weekend" when in fact, it was just Wednesday
2. While I was interviewing an applicant for a TSR post:
Me: Do you know what an IP address is?
Applicant: No sir, what is that? (with all that very innocent voice)
Me: *kamot ulo*
July 25, 2014, 03:56:46 PM by vespertine
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Hey, just stumbled upon this forum. I'm 22 and in the closet but I would like to meet people here and hopefully outside the interweb. It will probably take time for me to get used to the format of this forum.
July 23, 2014, 11:08:39 PM by mikaela
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And I am one of those unhappy subscribers who experience PLDT's horrible internet service.
I found out this online petition written by someone who have been on the agony of not getting what this person is paying for.
PLDT is giving at all false advertisement. Very disappointment.
As someone already mentioned, profit is the main fuel of companies, actually that is why their people ventured into entrepreneurship at the first place. It...
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