Rappler's latest stories on lgbt in the philippines
There are even instances when LGBTQ people are made to sign 'contracts' to ensure they did not express their sexual orientation and gender identity
When we are asked to imagine a transwoman or a lesbian, we tend to think of a college student or office peers. We rarely picture a gay or trans farmer, or a lesbian indigenous person.
This is for the thousands of children who were taught that they are nothing but abominations, for the kids who are disowned by their parents, for the students kicked out of schools, for young people harassed in the streets
Six out of 10 members of the LGBT+ community experience outright injustice
As anti discrimination legislation languishes in Congress removing uniform and hair length restrictions is an easy place for schools to start protecting their students from discrimination
Fashion designer and transgender woman Veejay Floresca talks about choosing between her career and her transition
The battle for advancing women’s rights is still a battle for the woman’s body Who owns the rights to a woman’s body?
“I am honored and humbled I can’t wait to serve fierce on stage ” Geena Rocero current Rappler Profile subject said
Coming out is the best defense against people trying to find dirt on you Once facts are exposed they lose their power over you and your life will not be ruled by fear and paranoia anymore