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Good day Migs. I’ve been an avid fan of your site since I first encountered it years ago. Just call me Oreo. I’ve decided to write to you because I know in many ways, you and the other readers could help me.

My problem began a month ago. I was supposed to be graduating this April but that’s not going to happen thanks to the one subject that I flunked. It really hit me hard to know that unlucky fate of mine and I got depressed. You see, I’ve always been this overachiever who is used to get things go in the way I want. What depressed me more was knowing that my family was expectant and even arranged a European tour as a graduation gift. You know the feeling that you have no face to show to the world? That’s how I felt. Since I don’t have anything to do, I wasted my time in front of the internet. And that just started my real problem right now.

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Just as I’m packing my bags for a business trip in Asia (and a sidetrip to my dear Manila), I receive this letter. I know I want to say something but that will have to wait until I’m safely landed in the Pearl of the Orient. For now, dear Eli, I’d say talk to a friend in person. That would greatly help. And to you dear MGG readers, read on and share your thoughts with our co-MGG reader Eli.

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Hello Migs,

I’m writing you because I just need some clarity on my situation. I am just so hopelessly confused and depressed right now, I’d appreciate if you could offer some insights to my situation. I’m writing as a hopelessly repressed 21-year-old student, eldest in the family. I’d like to say I’m hot, but I’ve gained some weight faster than I could lose some, so yea, I probably need some improvement. Here is my story. I would appreciate if you did not publish my name. Thanks.

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