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Thank you, Vince Lopez, for regularly snapping photos of Pinoy hunks, and allowing MGG to feature them freely. Here are shots taken by Vince from the recently concluded Oxygen Fashion Show
at the Megamall Bldg A, Mandaluyong City (November 23, 2007 at 6PM).

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Ria, the woman letter sender of that previous post “My husband has a rich gay lover” responds after the overwhelming deluge of advice from our dear MGG readers. Let us all wish Ria the best, may she be blessed with strength to get through her current situation. (And for all of us who are privileged with knowing Ria’s story, gay men or straight men and women readers of MGG, may this be a reminder that the choices we make, the actions we take, impact other people and the world around us. Keep world peace in our hearts!)

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Hello Migs,

I never expected that my letter will be published that fast. Thank you for your kind words and from your readers. Please, please, extend my heartfelt gratitude for their thoughts and for the advice that they gave. I just read their comments and I must say that I am overwhelmed.

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worried-woman.jpgDearest Migs,

I hope everything’s fine on your end.

I am not your usual reader (Yes, I am a real woman). I came across this great site upon researching about a person’s sexuality. Well, my husband, Ram. And I thought, you can provide a sound advice given a gay man’s perspective.

I’m Ria, I’m a mother of two, a 7-year old and a 2-year old, both girls. I have been married for seven years to Ram, a nice person and a good looking man (I’m proud that my husband is such a cutie). He was my boyfriend for two years in college and after college, we got married because I got pregnant.

He is a good, loving husband and a great father. Aside from fighting from usual, petty things – we are doing good, almost perfect. Except for one, for seven years, I feel that this marriage is a marriage of three people, he has a gay lover — which I knew even before we got married. All these years, I learned to accept our situation but I am now having a change of heart.

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Just finished watching a Pinoy Big Brother Uber episode, and this Will Devaughn caught my gay eyes once again! Woohooo!

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While preparing to leave the office last night, I received an SMS: “Wana mit?”

“Wen? 2nyt?”

“Yes. U free?”

“Yep. Abt 2 liv d ofc. Wer do i mit u?”

“Hir sa haus. Come.”

I stopped for a bit, but told myself, “what the heck.”

I SMSd back. “Sure. Txt me directions.”

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Wag nang magmaganda, wag nang magpatumpik-tumpik pa!

The LGBT community needs your help!

The organizers of the 2007 Pride March in Manila need people who can help mobilize resources and widen community participation during the march. The tasks are simple – going around organizations, bars and establishments to encourage them to join the Pride March, helping in fund-raising activities, and saturating the internet with promotion materials on the LGBT Pride March.

During the March itself, marshals are needed for crowd management. Individuals willing to stay in the booth or carry the banners are also welcome.

So if you have extra time, please consider volunteering for the Pride March. If you’re interested to help, please contact the organizers immediately.



Was browsing through the WordPress trinkets and logs of my blog, and found that the top search term here in MGG the past 30 days is “Coco Martin.” Well, what else can I do but give in to this justifiable public demand. So here’s Coco, people, as he appears in the X-ray 2008 calendar…

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missvenezuela.jpg Hello Migs,

How are you? I’ve been religiously viewing your site everyday for one good reason – I just love shirtless, nude and sexy Filipino men. I am Ms. Venezuela, a well-known badminton player here in the country. I am exceptional as to height (at 6’2″), beauty and elegance, hahaha! Yes, I am girly looking (looong hair) and an eye-catcher. I am writing you now because I want to share my love experience which is also an exceptional one, i guess!

I had this relationship with a married guy for thirteen (13) long years. We separated just recently, just a couple of days ago. We had an almost complete kind of relationship except from the fact that we don’t live together under one roof. The guy is a family man and married for almost thirteen years also. I thought our relationship would never end, we have been the best of friends in everything. I can go out with other guys but of course cannot go to bed with them. He agreed to that kind of set-up since I accepted the reality that he’s already married. Yun na lang ang consolation prize ko.

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For today, I leave you with a quotation to ponder upon.

The sad truth is that excellence makes people nervous. [Shana Alexander]

Ang taray di ba!

john-lloyd.jpg A friend, single and gay (and jaded?), sends me a text message one evening. “I just watched John Lloyd and Bea’s One More Chance. I shouldn’t have watched it. It just made me feel I was not really for any romance. It will never happen to me.” Aba nagda-drama ang lola, I told myself. The next day an officemate was excitedly raving about his watching the same movie. Then while in the gym last night, I was reading the papers and saw an article talking about the movie getting a “B” rating from MTRCB. Wow, this buzz marketing is getting into me. So what did I do? From the gym I went straight to the moviehouse to end the buzz-inspired curiosity.

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