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Relationship Status: Single and willing to mingle Birthday: November 6, 1975 Hometown: Muntinlupa Country: Cebu, Philippines About Me: I am a bachelor Project/Media Relations Officer of a Non-Government Organization based here in Cebu, Philippines. I love to write poetry, short stories and plays. I am a theater actor, storyteller, and a stage director. I love adventure based activites and Chillaxing at Night. Favorite Music: Songs of Regina Spector, Alanis M., Mariah C., Whitney Houston, and Amy Winehouse Favorite TV Shows: Gossip Girls, Cashmere Mafia, Brothers and Sisters and Sex and the City. Favorite Movies: English Patient, The Reader, My Blueberry Pie, Closer, and all Jude Law movies.

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  1. hello HarleyQueen! I recently read about the radio program you have and I want to say thank you. It’s really good to know that the issues about LGBT’s are addressed this time. Personally, I haven’t listened to your program yet on air, maybe by next Sunday, I’ll try. As person of homosexual orientation myself and being filipino at that, I guess it is hard to face the issues head on. I was hoping that the program will strengthen the voices of people like us through a valid representation. I would prefer listening to a gay broadcast journalist- self confessed that is- rather than a straight person talking about gay stuff and confiding it to a gay co-host who simply agrees with shallow insights, otherwise the show would simply end up as “an unabashed demoralizing case of self mockery”. I quote from a gay movie. I really hope things are way different with your program and I really hope we’ll get the message through that we are here and and we intend to stay are we are. Live loud, Live proud!

    P.s. ive read the article from inquirer.net and i have a comment about the gay friendly barangay. “where initiatives are made to “make” gays sensible and respectable members of the barangay”. does that mean gays aren’t sensible and respectable? I can sense the level of assumptions on gays are worst than I previously thought. did the writer or the barangay officials who made that statement thought twice about it before having it printed. because if they did then that certain barangay isn’t gay friendly at all.

    1. Thank you for airing your opinion. We will consider all your suggestions. We’ll see to it that gays are not going to be mocked in their own show. Our goal is to let the straight people understand us and accept us the way we are not the way that they want us to be.

  2. hello HarleyQueen! I recently read about the radio program you have and I want to say thank you. It’s really good to know that the issues about LGBT’s are addressed this time. Personally, I haven’t listened to your program yet on air, maybe by next Sunday, I’ll try. As person of homosexual orientation myself and being filipino at that, I guess it is hard to face the issues head on. I was hoping that the program will strengthen the voices of people like us through a valid representation. I would prefer listening to a gay broadcast journalist- self confessed that is- rather than a straight person talking about gay stuff and confiding it to a gay co-host who simply agrees with shallow insights, otherwise the show would simply end up as “an unabashed demoralizing case of self mockery”. I quote from a gay movie. I really hope things are way different with your program and I really hope we’ll get the message through that we are here and and we intend to stay are we are. Live loud, Live proud!

    P.s. ive read the article from inquirer.net and i have a comment about the gay friendly barangay. “where initiatives are made to “make” gays sensible and respectable members of the barangay”. does that mean gays aren’t sensible and respectable? I can sense the level of assumptions on gays are worst than I previously thought. did the writer or the barangay officials who made that statement thought twice about it before having it printed. because if they did then that certain barangay isn’t gay friendly at all.

    i would like to commend Atty. lepiten and Atty. bojos for their works on gay equality and for telling the world of their story as a couple. Gay Family Values issues should also be part of the agenda on gay rights. I’m proud of you guys!

    1. Thank you for airing your opinion. We will consider all your suggestions. We’ll see to it that gays are not going to be mocked in their own show. Our goal is to let the straight people understand us and accept us the way we are not the way that they want us to be. asfasfaf

  3. i would like to commend Atty. lepiten and Atty. bojos for their works on gay equality and for telling the world of their story as a couple. Gay Family Values issues should also be part of the agenda on gay rights. I’m proud of you guys!

  4. May I suggest that you make a blog at blogspot. i’d be happy to post my opinions there and follow your blog. I haven’t listened to your program yet. but it would be great if you would post what you guys talked about for the week and share the insights and experiences. thanks!

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