The Wheel and Axle

I so would watch this mash-up.

by on Aug.22, 2017, under Film & TV, Snark

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It’s just absolute gold.

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Monday Thirst

by on Aug.21, 2017, under Film & TV, Queer

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So Cosmo posted a throwback last Monday, and all I can say is that this is a throwback that should be… thrown back every Monday. Or more frequently.

Happy week ahead!

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Delaying Tactics

by on Aug.20, 2017, under My Life, Queer, Society

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Photo courtesy of Lagablab

Despite having been scheduled for interpellation numerous times, the Anti-Discrimination Bill still remains pending in the legislative.

And why is this so?

Certain members of the Senate have deliberately caused the delays.

One particular senator, in fact, has even had the gall to proclaim that he is an ally of the LGBT community. He used us for PR by posting on his Facebook, during Pride Month, that he supported us. And yet, to this very day, every time the bill is scheduled for interpellation, he leaves and/or disappears. The most recent one, I’m told, is that he disappeared but was discovered to have just been in the lounge. Such a blatant display of abuse of power is disgusting.

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Heel, Boys!

by on Aug.19, 2017, under Film & TV, Queer

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And speaking of Britain’s Got Talent, here’s another throwback from a few years ago that’s sure to get you pumped up for the weekend ahead, heels and all.

Have a sassy Saturday!

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When talk show hosts have more chutzpah…

by on Aug.18, 2017, under Society

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… than their president.

It’s 2017. Nazism has no place in the here and now. There’s a reason why World War 2 happened and why the world shut down Hitler.

Yes, there is a wrong and right side of history. Don’t find yourself on the wrong one.

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Fillet O’ Girls

by on Aug.17, 2017, under Film & TV, Travel & Culture

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Talk about amazing. These fantastic ladies may as well have have been deboned, seeing as how utterly flexible their bodies are. Just when you think they can’t go into another impossible position, they just… do. And even more. It’s like watching living marionettes take the stage, if living marionettes decided they had no joints.

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Queen, Icon, Goddess.

by on Aug.16, 2017, under Music & Theater, Queer

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Happy birthday to the one and only Madonna, my queen!

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A Gag of Thrones

by on Aug.15, 2017, under Film & TV, Snark

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Speaking of hilarious Game of Thrones videos, I just remembered some gems from Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel. They’re pretty much throwbacks at this point, but these gags are definitely still hilarious.

I will never get tired of watching Kit Harington. He can just sit there, staring into space and doing nothing, and I will watch him. If he mumbles anything at all with his British accent, I will throw myself at him in wild abandon.

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Hot Snow

by on Aug.14, 2017, under Film & TV, My Life

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Is it so wrong for me to find Kit Harington so hot even when he’s bearded and in drag, with a blond wig and boobies?

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And May The Odds…

by on Aug.13, 2017, under My Life, Travel & Culture

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Last Monday, our vertical within my current company held a whole day team building event in Phillip’s Sanctuary in Antipolo. I’ve heard of this place before, and in fact I was considering it as a venue for my own team’s activity earlier this year (it didn’t pan out at the time), so it was a treat to actually get to experience it nonetheless.

And so it was, right at the crack of daylight, that over a hundred of us all made our way to Antipolo that Monday morning. I was lucky as it took me less than an hour; I lived in Taytay, right at the foot of the mountain, and I hitched a ride with Emily, one of my managers who brought her own car. For most of the rest who converged at our office in BGC and took the chartered bus, it was about two hours.

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