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Christmas is About Justice

ON December 20, for the 6th Simbang gabi of 2010, I had the honor of being invited to worship with and bring a message to the faithful Christians of MCC Quezon City, augmented by the good members of Bacardi.

Pastor Ceejay asked me to give a Christmas message on “Justice.”

The traffic is worse than ever this year, but it brings joy to my heart that the people are better than ever.

People ask me why I stay here. It’s not the climate. It’s not the money. It’s the people. God’s people, God’s beloved LGBT people.

May I share that Christnas message with you as my Christmas Message to you – along with a sincere prayer for you to have a blessed and merry Christmas and holidays.

Christmas is all about Justice

We are here tonight for one reason
-- and one only –
to honor Our Lord Jesus Christ,
to commemorate
the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

One time someone said to me: What’s the difference?
What’s wrong with being a Moslem?
Or a Jew or an Iglesia ni Christo? They believe good things. What’s wrong …

Happy holidays from STRAP!

STRAP wishes everyone a Christmas filled with warmth, laughter and hope and a New Year that affirms our dignity, protects our right to self-determination and ensures a good quality of life for all. Happy Holidays!

Philippines' Pride March 2010 - a success!

Pride March 2010 was successfully held last December 4, along Tomas Morato in Quezon City. Participated in by more than 50 leading LGBT groups and its advocates, this year's pride was concluded to be the largest crowd ever in the history of pride march in the country (dont qoute me for that)!
Let these pictures tell them their stories!

Here are the groups/clans who joined the event! (forgive me if others were not posted nor included in here.. hiniram ko lang din mga pics na to from Yffar)

click here for more pictures

COMING SOON! When Boy meets Boy Book 4: Naked Intentions

After staying in London for months, Adam’s finally back in Manila!

Determined to not be stressed out with his failed relationship with Jeremy, he wanted to start fresh. Aside from changing careers with the intention to finally do something worthwhile with his life, he also contemplated on whether he should go back abroad to finish his Masters or just stay at home.

However, things started to take an interesting turn when certain new and old people appeared and reappeared in his life.

First was James who’s trying to win him back.

Second was a mysterious guy who reads his blog (WBMB) and for some reason was able to find out Adam’s true identity.

Third, the impossible has just happened—Adam and Andre meet again.

And if that’s not enough drama, one major twist will send more than 1 of the characters packing abroad for good.

Is the Adam-Jeremy relationship really over? Will Adam rekindle his romance with James? Will the mysterious reader finally reveal Adam’s true identity? Will Adam and Andre fi…

official statement from the Philippine Football team

They have every reason to just quit (no support from the govt, has the reputation to be one of the worst teams in the region, representing a country that's obsessed with either basketball or boxing). Yet, they still managed to deliver results & inspire one nation that YES, everything is possible. It's not just luck baby, it's what you call hardcore PASSION.

Why Azkals?

An askal is a Filipino term for any dog with no pedigree, no breed, no class. The askal is usually astray, unsupported and survives by feeding on whatever provision it can find. The Filipino national football team can relate to this mongrel, they have almost no support from a government thats suppose to support them, they are underdogs not just only to the world but even in their own region, South East Asia. But despite these odds, just like an askal the National Team is a survivor. No matter how many 5-0s or 7-0s it suffers, it keeps on fighting. Despite no funding, it continues to strive to become better…