Yesterday at the Pride March, the usual “fundis” (Christian Fundamentalists) were there to make sure we, the marchers, knew we’re going straight to hell if we, well, don’t straighten up. Just when our part of the march was approaching the Nakpil-Orosa corner where the march was to end, I saw one march participant and one of the fundis, at one corner, engaged in an almost brawl: they were shouting at each other tonsil-to-tonsil!
From the ADMU Secret Files.
May itsura ako at matipuno. But people are wondering why I still don’t have a GF. I’m actually still in the closet, but wala akong nagugustuhan sa student body ng ADMU. Fuck, kahit iwagayway pa ni *insert pogi guy here* yung tweetybird niya sa mukha ko, di ako matuturn on.
Ang gusto ko kasi, DADDY.
For those of us who are comfortable to show support to the community — LEZZGO! Tuloy na tuloy ang fun march this Saturday! December 7, 2013 – registration & assembly starts at 1 PM. See you there! (If you want to join but worried that you have no one to go with, email me at email@example.com — come join our fun group!)
Hinding hindi papatalo ang UP Diliman! From Diliman Confessions.
Dahil sa nabasa kong post dito tungkol sa mga kababalaghang nagaganap sa lagoon, napagdisisyunan kong tunguhin ang nasabing lugar upang mapatunayan sa aking sarili kung totoo nga yun kwento ni “Babalik sa Lagoon, 2013, Engg”. (https://www.facebook.com/
At yun na nga, pumunta ako sa lagoon kaninang 10PM. Yung daan malapit sa Vargas Museum ang tinahak ko. Yung part lang malapit sa kalsada ang may ilaw. KaDiliman ang naghahari pag nasa lagoon na.
Nakarating na ako malapit sa stage. Patuloy pa rin ako sa paglalakad nang hindi ko namamalayang may nagtatalik pala sa lamesang bato na malapit sa stage. Nagulat ako, 3 meters away lang sila sa akin. Hindi nila ako napansin at first kasi patuloy parin sila sa ginagawa nila. Nakapatong si ate kay kuya. Grabe ang yugyugan nila. Pero sayang tumigil sila nang mapansin nilang may nanood sa kanila.
Dali dali akong umalis, baga bugbugin ako ni kuya.
Pero hindi doon nagtatapos ang kwento.
Interesting secret shared via the phenomenally famous Ateneo de Manila Secret Files. Read on.
Long story short I was one of those guys who accepted gay guys but I could never see myself with another guy. During those “what kind of kids do you want” conversations, I always told my friends that I would support my kids except if he/she chooses to be gay. I also flinched and did not like being touched by gay guys. And I said I was accepting. Dunno, I guess I had a very flawed understanding of “acceptance”; it was okay as long as it was unrelated to me.
Fast forward several years into college and I met him. Ya same cliche shit: I find myself falling in love with a person of the same sex. Every other summer, I visit my family in Venice, LA. He’s been my go-to friend every time I’m there. We’ve known each other for what, 6 years? He’s Fil-Am, born and raised in LA. Just last year, something happened between the two of us. Turns out we were both that same person who “accepted” gay guys but wanted nothing to do with them. I won’t go into details about how our friendship turned into this, dahil mahaba-habang usapan yan. Sa puntong iyon sinabi ko sa sarili ko “Wokey tangina ko pala eh. What a hypocrite. What or HOW did this happen?”
Are you a single guy? And you kinda wanna meet other single guys?
It’s frustrating sometimes. You go to bars, bathhouses, or perhaps online… but you feel, these are really not the places to find love. Well, “Dating Dudes” is an event to meet like-minded guys and discuss these things. Why is it so hard to meet the right ones? What makes meeting other guys easier and less frustrating?
“Dating Dudes” is part of Love Yourself’s series of events where the goal is to have meaningful conversations, among guys of the same persuasion, on topics that are interesting, fun, and engaging. It is a by-invitation event, so if you are interested to join, please register at http://go.loveyourself.ph/datingdudes to receive an invite.