Equality for All

Gay Frays Scandal in Simala Shrine Cebu September 18, 2009

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simalaThe issue here is not because the frays are gays. The issue is the fact that they are frays and still they performed immoral acts like sex and corruption. Let us not be dragged by the issue that these men who supposed to be servants of God are gay people. The real issue here is they are supposed to serve God and pray for the people. Whether they are gay or straight, they must give up their earthly desires for money and lust. A straight fray should not be involve to the opposite sex in any emotional or sexual affair according to his vow. Same with a gay fray.

If a man can not fulfill his vow, better go out of Monastery or any Religious group. Be a man and love a woman. Be a gay and love your fellow man. Be what you wanna be and be who you are! Don’t hide in the altar and use the name of your religion or faith for you to perform you immoral acts discreetly.

This is an absolute abuse of power, harassment, corruption and deception.

Shame on you!



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At least 27 cities in the U.S., Europe, and Canada have already organized events for July 19, the International Day of Action Against Homophobic Persecution in Iran. The original call to action for July 19 was initiated jointly by the militant British gay rights group OutRage and the Paris-based International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) for world-wide demonstrations on July 19, the first anniversary of the public hanging in Iran of two gay teens, Mahmoud Asgari and Ayaz Marhoni. Photos of the execution of the two boys, who were hanged in the public square of the city of Mashad last year (photo below), created international outrage when they were widely circulated on the Internet, and focused the world’s attention on Iran’s ongoing, lethal reign of terror targeting Iranian gays.
Protests have already been scheduled for the anniversary of the teens’ execution in a number of large European cities, including London, Moscow, Frankfurt, Milan, Marseille, Amsterdam, Vienna, Dublin, Stockholm, and Brussels.
Local gay groups and ad hoc committees have already scheduled U.S. events in San Francisco, San Diego, , Washington, D.C., Seattle, Fort Lauderdale, Salt Lake City, Sioux Falls (So. Dakota), Tulsa (Oklahoma), Chicago, and Provincetown for July 19. And there will be commemorative meetings in Toronto and Vancouver in Canada.
As to the age of the two gay victims, “At first it was claimed by Iranian officials that they were aged 18 and 19, then that they were 19 and 21, then aged 18 and 20, and finally they made the claim that they were both above 18 at the time of their alleged crimes. However,” the OutRage report says, “ the best evidence is that both youths were aged 17 when they were executed and therefore minors, aged 15 or 16, at the time of their alleged crimes. This execution of minors is in flagrant breach of international agreements the Tehran regime has signed.” (below, Mahmoud and Ayaz on the scaffold last year)


LGBT brothers and sisters

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Are u confused? Do you feel that you are alone… no one to turn to. We are here to listen to your problem and lend a helping hand.

Email us at lantadsadyla@gmail.com and we will read your letter on-air in LANTAD, the only radio program in the Philippines that caters to the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) in confronting dramatic and controversial issues and embracing events in the queer community. The show is a venue to discuss all issues related to the rights, protection and respect with regards to the sexual minorities.6a00d8341d0a0f53ef00e553dd74a68834-800wi


LGBT Signs and Symbols

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Lantad, the Official Radio Program of the LGBT Community in the Philippines

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Lord Byron at the Mantayupan Falls, Barili, Cebu, Phil.

Lord Byron at the Mantayupan Falls, Barili, Cebu, Phil.

LANTAD, a radio program that aims to help straight people accept and affirm their LGBT brothers and sisters, promoting healing in the LGBT community for pain that has been inflicted upon them by the prejudice of the society.
This is a one hour talk show in a magazine/forum format. In between gaps, gay-related breaking news updates and special segments will be inserted.
Aired over DYLA 909, Vimcontu Broadcasting Corporation every Sunday from 3 to 5 PM, hosted by Ronald Ysmael a.k.a. Kua Ron, Belle Fajardo a.k.a. BB Ela and Harold de Mesa a.k.a. Lord Byron, joined by other prominent LGBT community members here


Hello world! September 4, 2009

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