Rappler's latest stories on Duterte kiss
'Fan or not, she repeatedly pulled away from him. Sometimes women just don't want to kiss you,' says the English political commentator on his HBO show.
'Next time, I will join the President’s trips and will spend my own money – just to make sure that the kissing incident will not happen again,' says Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio
'What matters is that here and now, we take a stand against presidential misogyny, act consistently against a government that condones abuse, and unite on the truth that we will not, cannot stand for violence – not just against women, but against all Filipinos,' says Enough, a movement launched on Facebook
(UPDATED) The groups cite at least 5 'dire challenges' confronting the nation
The President is never going to change. Sexism, for him, is a default. It's time for us to recognize, if we haven't already, that this country has put machismo in power. But we can change this.
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'This is about a woman who never knew [Cory and Ninoy]…but who continues to besmirch their name,' says Kris of Mocha
(UPDATED) 'I do not do it in public if there is malice. I would pull the woman down somewhere along the empty hall there,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
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Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque moves to appease outrage over what he called President Rodrigo Duterte's 'playful act' which was 'appreciated' by Filipinos who witnessed it in South Korea
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte says he won t mind losing the presidential race as long he s able to kiss his beautiful supporters