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Afraid to get tested? Agapan na natin para magawan ng paraan!

Be BRAVE and FREE on May 26, 2018. Sign-up for a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL HIV Testing: www.bitly.com/ThisIsMe2018

Free HIV testing on May 26, 2018

Join us at This is Me: Brave and Free – the first multi-site HIV testing day launching on May 26, 2018. Get to know your status with the fast, free, and confidential community-based HIV screening process.

Go to https://bitly.com/ThisIsMe2018 to sign up and you’ll receive a confirmation notice in a few days!

Testing sites: Mabalacat (Pampanga), Mandaluyong, Taguig, Quezon City, Pasay, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Puerto Princesa

Are you a single guy? And you kinda wanna meet other single guys?

“Dating Dudes” is an event co-organized by LoveYourself. Its goal is to have meaningful conversations on topics that are interesting, fun, and engaging, with other guys. It is a by-invitation event on May 12, Saturday, at an undisclosed venue in Cebu City. If you are interested to join, please register at http://go.loveyourself.ph/ddcebu to receive an invite

WHAT IS HIV? Get it straight from Miss Universe 2015 and UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador for Asia and the Pacific, Pia Wurtzbach.

Watch the video to learn how HIV is transmitted and how you can protect yourself. Take control of your life. Get tested and know your status.

For free and confidential HIV testing, you can go to any of these three clinics in Metro Manila: LoveYourself Uni, LoveYourself Anglo, Victoria by LoveYourself. Walk-ins are welcome and HIV test results in 1-2 hours! www.loveyourself.ph/sites

Happy holidays! Lucky us that while the holiday rush sometimes gives us that weary, sad feeling — for whatever reason — we have the maalaga male therapists of Hoja de Laurel ready to pamper and take care of us. Not only that, the spa also offers the following exciting promos that maximize relaxation and pleasure without drying up our gold bar reserves, hehehe! Here are the promos of Hoja de Laurel spa, my fave, as you can see.

 

The elite cards are my favorite! For the price, call or text 09167819774 or 09179117821, and mention Migs of MGG — be nice to the other person on the other end of the line and you might just get the cards at a special discount. Go for the RED card — the most powerful one! HA!

And here’s their year-round promo (daily, 2-9 pm only). Just pop in any day within the appointed time, and mention that you want to avail of the promo you found at MGG, and you’re good to go! Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays are a steal at 50% off!

You are not alone.

Discreet men, you are not alone. There are others like you. Would you like to meet some of them in a safe and affirming space? Register now for there are only a few slots left: http://go.loveyourself.ph/dm1111

November 11, 2017 — would you like to meet other guys who are also discreet?
A one-of-a-kind wholesome group meet-up for discreet men. On Saturday evening, discreet venue in Mandaluyong. P300 door fee, includes food and drinks. Selected participants shall be sent invites and venue details. Limited slots.

Register to get an invite: https://goo.gl/forms/6Q6DM4AJwQSNu3hb2

Heard from reliable sources that my long-time fave therapist is back at Hoja de Laurel (Quezon Avenue, Quezon City). One of the more good looking ones too. Name is Kenneth. I remember his massage as consistently slow and thorough, not leaving any relevant muscle fiber unattended.

Text Hoja to reserve a slot for their sigma (signature massage). Hoja is reachable via +63 917 911 7821.

Been getting more and more emails asking where to get the best male massage in the metro. This blog has been so biased since 7 years ago — but that’s okay, haha!

Male Massage at Hoja de Laurel

I would say “Hoja de Laurel” because this is where I feel safe and taken care of by its stable of maasikaso male therapists (try Froilan, Hiro, or James!) Contact 0917-911-7821 and ask about their signature (sensual) massage!

Hi Migs,

I never had an idea about you and your blog——until I bought one of your books out of curiosity.
Then I started to visit your blog and realized that I am not alone…that there are gay guys I can relate to. Just a different name, different sizes and different identities but we belong in just one community.

Here’s my story, I grew up in province and I used to be this effeminate gay guy until college. After graduation I decided to find a job here in Manila, and I don’t know why but I decided to change myself—-I mean, my preferences about everything. I started working out, bought new clothes and tried my best to really make myself look presentable and manly. I did all these things because I thought, that by becoming more manly, It’ll be easier for me to meet someone… someone I can call my partner.

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