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I was once dragged by a friend to a party for “straight-acting gay guys.” It turned out to be an “O-Party” apparently organized by a number of closetted gay police officers. (O as in orgy.) Good thing the organizers were late, and I had time to sneak out. Here’s a development regarding gay police officers.

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From The Philippine Star 03/23/2007:

sf.jpg The Philippine National Police (PNP) has issued a warning to gay officers not to sway their hips or display suggestive behavior while on duty or they risk losing their jobs.

“If they sway their hips while marching, or if they engage in lustful conduct, I think that will be ground for separation” from the service, Pagdilao said.

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A friend texted me late last night – “Gising ka pa? Bilis, watch GMA 7, I-Witness.” It turns out a documentary about Ricky Reyes (“Ang gandaaaa…!”) was showing. It was entitled, “Ang Mother ng Ganda.” I caught the portion where Howie Severino, host/writer of the docu, was interviewing “Mader Ricky.” It was an eye-opener. The Parlorista Ng Bayan has got some hard-hitting ideas in that hairstyled head ha! The gay guy’s got wisdom. And his rags-to-riches story is just perfect for the Pinoy Audience — we Filipinos just can’t resist the inspiration of a poor man turned millionaire, even if he’s gay.

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Looking for more pics of the hunk candidates of the 2007 Mossimo Bikini Summit (MBS)? Well I’m just too happy to share with you this treasure of a set, apparently from the official contest photoshoot. Notice how tame these shots are… perhaps their strategy is just to whet our appetite for now so we crave for more, and intensify our anticipation for the competition proper. Well, choosy pa ba tayo? Nakiki-sight na nga lang tayo, so go! Bring it on! Hahaha!

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I am writing this post on a lazy Sunday afternoon, which I usually spend relaxing by reading a book, or pondering on some interesting thought or idea. Here’s one of those ideas, and because I think it can be relevant to us gay folks, I want to share it with you. I believe that to live a meaningful and significant life, we need to regularly stop a while, and take time to ponder.

When we embrace what lies within, our potential has no limit. The future is filled with promise, the present rife with expectation. But when we deny our instinct, and struggle against our deepest urges, uncertainty begins. Where does this path lead? When will the changes end? Is this transformation a gift, or a curse? For those who fear what lies ahead, the most important question of all: can we ever change what we really are?

(from The Fix, 13th episode, NBC Supernatural drama series, Heroes.)

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Jay Roa Yu is a member of the Wiseguys, a band known for its repertoire of top 40s, rhythm and blues, pop and a capella music. Other members of the band are Guy Gonzales, Jam Capistrano, and Art Paul Sison. …And according to unconfirmed reports, Jay is one of us daw. Hmmmm. Hehehe.

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Last week, I met with a group of fellow gay bloggers in Gateway, Araneta Center. One of them was Rico, a lawyer. Because we were seated at the dinner table just beside each other, we had the chance to talk one-on-one. He intimated to me something that nearly made me fall off my seat. Rico falls only for straight guys. And he does not mean straight-acting, he means straight, heterosexual guys.

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(Continued from The Boracay Eyeball)

And then, I saw a guy standing in one corner. Smiling. Smiling at me. The noise… seemed to fade out. My heart skipped a beat, and I knew it was him.

Indeed it was him.

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Bar Uno, the Comedy Lounge, stages a final showdown among its wild hunks and wet babes in the Wild, Wild Wet Grand Finals, a modelling competition with a twist. Don’t worry, no explicit “notes” are shown — but rest assured that they will titillate you to a maximum allowable and legal limit. Hehehe! The event will be on Tuesday, March 27, 2007, 9:00 PM. Bar Uno is located at the 2nd floor of #28 Timog Ave., QC. Tel. no. 416-2678, 376-4941. Entrance ticket costs Php 200.

Was laughing out loud reading a fellow blogger’s post entitled “Cute Manga“. He met a cute guy who turns out to be a friendly user (i.e., manga as in manga-gamit). And blogger friend was just too happy to be user-friendly. Shortly after the initial meeting, he was giving him pasa-load, Grande Starbucks drinks, free lunch (with take-out pa!), etcetera… because, as he says, money is not an issue anymore (translation: rich ang lola mo). But it got me thinking, if indeed money is not an issue, would I go as far as being a sponsor, otherwise known as “Sugar Daddy”? My pride says, no. My beauty says, hey I’m still here, may asim ka pang puhunan. But you — what do you say? — would you allow yourself to be so sweet as to be a sugary Sugar Daddy?

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The ten finalists in the full length feature category of the 2007 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition have been selected. The finalists are:

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