Nowadays it’s easy to give your two cents worth. Post your views on social media and feel validated with every like, comment, and share. I’ve always been more comfortable sitting behind a computer screen but a couple of years ago I read a quote once that stuck to me like glue: It went, “Here’s the […]
We’ve got a packed and Pride-filled week! Some of the community events will donate part of their proceeds to the Pride Festival, so please make sure to go to them! Here is your guide to the community events happening this week: Monday to Sunday, June 13-19 The Pride Month Exhibit at Pineapple Lab This month, our friends […]
Metro Manila Pride is appalled and saddened over the mass shooting that claimed 50 lives and injured 54 more at the LGBT nightclub, Pulse, in Orlando, Florida. Our hearts and thoughts go out to the families and loved ones of those victimized by this horrifying crime. As we join the rest of the world in […]
Are you an LGBTQIA+ entrepreneur who is interested in selling to a captive audience of thousands? Or are you an ally who has a business that is LGBTQIA-friendly? Maybe you’re a community organization that wants to get the word out on the work that you do. If you answered yes to any of these, you […]
METRO MANILA, Philippines – Tomorrow Filipinos head to the polls to cast their ballot in the country’s presidential elections. LGBT Philippines Vote With LGBT issues being a popular topic during the campaign period, how did LGBT voters prepare for one of the most divisive and controversial campaign periods in our country’s history?
MANILA, Philippines – Last April 9, more than 200 people trooped to HUBAD: Katawan, a fundraiser for the 2016 Metro Manila Pride campaign, organized by Metro Manila Pride (MMP) and Words Anonymous (WA) and held in partnership with Green Sun. Taking its cue from Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues, the UCR Coming Out Monologues, and Lesbian […]
METRO MANILA, Philippines – It has been 105 years since the world first started celebrating International Women’s Day and 27 years since the Philippine National Women’s Month was declared. In this time, how much of the conversations about the social, economic, and political achievements and concerns of women have been about lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LBTQIA) women?