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Encantadia: Yugto ng Nakaraan

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Tuwing aking gugunitain ang lumipas na panahon, nagbabalik sa aking balintataw ang kaharian ng Encantadia. Ang daigdig na puno ng salamangka at kababalaghan na umiikot sa istorya ng Pag-ibig, Paghihiganti, at Pakikipagsapalaran ng apat na Sangreng nagtataglay ng mahihiwagang brilyante.

Ang mga bakla ay nag-aagaw sa titulo kung sino ang tunay na Alena, Pirena, Danaya, o Amihan. Subukan nilang agawan ako sa titulo ni Amihan, makakatikim sila ng bangis ng buhawing mula sa eredera ng Brilyante ng Hangin. Nadagdag na rin sa baklabularyo mga salitang "AVISALA", "PASHNEA", 'HATHOR", "SHEDA", at marami pang iba...

Pirena: Avisala, mahal kong kapatid..
Alena: Sheda! isa kang taksil...
Pirena: Pashnea, anong kahangalan ang iyong sinasambit!
Alena: Echos lang...

Wala lang... naalala ko lang... matagal na siyang wala sa TV. Medyo mahal din yung DVD nsya sa SM. hehehehe.

Hashne Ive Chuvaness!

Hollywood Out and Proud Celebrities

Saturday, June 28, 2008

While browsing the net, I saw this article in Yahoo naming celebrities who are out and proud of being a part of the LGBT Community.

Below are the names of celebrities in their list:
Neil Patrick Harris
David Burtka
Ellen DeGeneres
Portia de Rossi
Ian McKellan
Rosie O'Donnell
Lance Bass
Melissa Etheridge
Tammy Lynn Michaels
T.R. Knight
Christian Siriano
Michael Kors
Tim Gunn
George Takei
Beth Ditto
Rex Lee
JP Calderon
Luke MacFarlane
Elton John
George Michael


Laws Against Homosexuality in Africa

Friday, June 27, 2008

African Countries with Laws against Homosexuality
And Corresponding Punishments

Algeria (Fine + Imprisonment)
Angola (Labor Camps)
Benin (Imprisonment)
Botswana (Fine + Imprisonment)
Cameroon (Fine + Imprisonment)
Comoros (Fine + Imprisonment)
Djibouti (Imprisonment)
Eritrea (Imprisonment)
Ethiopia (Imprisonment)
Gambia (Fine + Imprisonment)
Guinea (Imprisonment)
Guinea Bissau (Labor Camps)
Kenya *males only (Fine + Imprisonment)
Lesotho *males only
Liberia (Fine)
Libya (Fine + Imprisonment)
Malawi (Imprisonment)
Mauritania (DEATH)
Morocco (Imprisonment)
Mozambique (Labor Camps)
Nigeria (Imprisonment & DEATH)
Sao Tome & Principe (Labor Camps)
Senegal (Imprisonment)
Seychelles (Fine + Imprisonment)
Sierra Leone (Life Imprisonment)
Somalia (DEATH)
Sudan (Imprisonment & DEATH)
Swaziland *male only (Fine + Imprisonment)
Tanzania (30 years to Life Imprisonment)
Togo (Fine + Imprisonment)
Uganda *male only (Fine + Life Imprisonment)
Zambia *male only (Fine + Imprisonment)
Zimbabwe *male only (Fine + Imprisonment)


Always Be My Baby

We were as one babe
For a moment in time
And it seemed everlasting
That you would always be mine
Now you want to be free
So I'm letting you fly
Cause I know in my heart babe
Our love will never die
You'll always be a part of me
I'm a part of you indefinitely
Boy don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
I ain't gonna cry no
And I won't beg you to stay
If you're determined to leave boy
I will not stand in your way
But inevitably you'll be back again
Cause ya know in your heart babe
Our love will never end no...
You'll always be a part of me
I'm part of you indefinitely
Boy don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
I know that you'll be back boy
When your days and your nights get a little bit colder oooohhh
I know that, you'll be right back, babe
Ooooh! baby believe me it's only a matter of time
You'll always be apart of me
I'm part of you indefinitely
Boy don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my my baby....
You'll always be apart of me (you will always be)
I'm part of you indefinitely
Boy don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on (we will linger on....)
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
Always be my baby

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How to know If You're Baby is Gay. :P

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Baby: "Ewwwww..."

Katuwaan Lang: YWA Top 10 Hailed Most Beautiful

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

White Party 2008

Sunday, June 22, 2008

June 28, 2008
Bed Malate

California Gay Marriage

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Dozens of gay couples wed in Calif. after ruling

SAN FRANCISCO - Dozens of gay couples were married Monday night after California became the second state to allow same-sex nuptials, offering a preview of the euphoria and anger to come as gay couples from across the nation head west to wed.

At least five county clerks around the state extended their hours to honor specific couples or to mark the historic occasion, and many couples exchanged vows on the spot. The May 15 California Supreme Court order overturning bans on same-sex marriage became final at 5:01 p.m.

"I never thought I'd see this," Michael Groark, 61, said at a San Francisco sports bar, watching on television as Mayor Gavin Newsom officiated the first same-sex wedding in the city.

The big rush to the altar was expected Tuesday, when most counties planned to start issuing marriage licenses to gay couples. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of couples nationwide are expected to seize the opportunity to make their unions official in the eyes of the law.

Newsom, who helped launch the series of lawsuits that led the court to strike down California's one-man-one-woman marriage laws, presided at the wedding of Del Martin, 87, and Phyllis Lyon, 83.

Newsom picked the couple for the only ceremony Monday in City Hall to recognize their 55-year relationship and their status as pioneers of the gay rights movement. More than 650 same-sex couples have made appointments to get marriage licenses in San Francisco before the end of the month.

Martin sat in her wheelchair during the brief ceremony in the mayor's office, which was open to a few elected officials, friends, relatives and reporters. After Newsom pronounced her and Lyon "spouses for life," the couple kissed, drawing huge applause.

As a printer churned out a license with spaces for "Party A" and "Party B" where "bride" and "groom" used to be, Newsom called officiating the wedding "this extraordinary and humbling gift."

When the pair emerged from the mayor's chamber, a crowd of well-wishers showered them with rose petals and ate complimentary wedding cake.

"When anyone is on the outside looking in, to be finally allowed in is a profound feeling," said Elizabeth Williams, 45, who plans to marry her partner of 16 years later this year.

The celebrations were tempered by the reality that in a few months, Californians will go to the ballot box to vote on an initiative that would overturn the high court ruling and once again ban gay marriage.

Groups that oppose same-sex marriage have pursued several legal avenues to stop the weddings, including asking the California Supreme Court to postpone its decision until after the November initiative. The high court denied that request.

On Monday, just hours before the ruling went into effect, a conservative legal group asked a Sacramento court to order the California agency that oversees marriages to stop issuing gender-neutral marriage licenses. A hearing was scheduled for Tuesday.

Three lawmakers and a small group of other same-sex opponents gathered outside the Capitol to criticize the Supreme Court decision. They urged voters to approve the ballot measure.

"This is an opportunity to take back a little bit of dignity ... for kids, for all of us in California," Republican Assemblyman Doug LaMalfa said. "It really disturbs me that the will of the people was overridden by four members of the Supreme Court."

Republican Assemblyman Bill Maze said heterosexual marriage was "God's way."

Opponents also gathered outside San Francisco City Hall holding signs with statements including "Jesus said go and sin no more" and "Homo Sex is Sin."

Despite the efforts, for many gay couples, Monday was the beginning of another so-called "Summer of Love."

"I'm tired of checking the single box," said Danielle Lemay, 34, who picked up a marriage license in Woodland with her partner, Angie Hinrichs. "I feared I'd be checking that my whole life."

In Sonoma County, Melanie Phoenix, 47, and Terry Robinson, 48, were first in line. Together for almost 26 years, they plan to wed in August.

"It's a historic occasion," Phoenix said. "I never believed it was really possible until Gavin Newsom took the first step in 2004."

In February 2004, Newsom challenged California's marriage laws by issuing licenses to same-sex couples. The state Supreme Court ultimately voided those unions, but two dozen couples sued. Those lawsuits led the same court last month to overturn California's ban on gay marriage.

Robin Tyler and Diane Olson, who were plaintiffs in the litigation, got married Monday in a Jewish ceremony in front of the Beverly Hills courthouse.

The couple wept and pressed their foreheads together, and onlookers whooped as the marriage was solemnized.

Rabbi Denise Eger saluted Olson and Tyler for "these many years of coming to this very place and standing on these courthouse steps year after year of being denied this right, this civil right."

A UCLA study issued last week estimated that half of California's more than 100,000 same-sex couples will get married over the next three years, and 68,000 more out-of-state couples will travel here to exchange vows.

Unlike Massachusetts, which legalized gay marriage in 2004, California has no residency requirement for marriage licenses, and that is expected to draw a great number of out-of-state couples. The turnout could also be boosted by New York state's recent announcement that it will recognize gay marriages performed in other jurisdictions.

Some of those out-of-state couples are likely to demand legal recognition in their home states, setting the stage for numerous court battles.

Derek Norman, 23, and Robert Blaudow, 39, of Memphis, Tenn., were in the Bay Area for a conference and decided to get married at the Alameda County clerk's office.

"We might wait a long time in Tennessee, so this is our chance," Blaudow said.


Araw ng Kalayaan

Thursday, June 12, 2008

"Ang Tunay na Kalayaan ay Makakamit Lamang Kung May Pantay-Pantay na Karapatan Maging Ano Pa Man Ang Iyong Kasarian"

Let's work together for a Discrimination-Free Society, that's the real freedom that the LGBT people should have.

Asia's First Gay Politician

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Nepal gets first gay politician
May 1, 2008

KATHMANDU (AFP) — Nepal will get its first openly gay politician after he was selected to represent a small communist party in the new constituent assembly, a party official said Thursday.

"We have chosen Sunil Babu Pant as our candidate to ensure the rights of gay and other minority groups," Ganesh Shah, general secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal (United), told AFP.

"He will be the first person to represent Nepal's gay community."
Pant is head of the Blue Diamond society, the only gay rights group in Nepal, a largely Hindu, caste-dominated and conservative nation.

"Representing a sexual minority I will make sure the new constitution protects sexual groups, people with disabilities, small indigenous castes and others," Pant told AFP.

The Communist Party of Nepal (United) won five seats in elections last month that saw Nepal's former rebel Maoists emerge with the largest bloc of seats to a 601-member body that will rewrite the constitution.

The April 10 polls were a central strand of a peace deal between Maoists and mainstream parties that ended a decade-long civil war that killed at least 13,000 people.

Miss Gay Lotto Opening Lines

Sunday, June 8, 2008


Gutom ako, Gutom Kayo
Gutom tayong lahat...


Ola Viola
Kaserola, Tinola, Sarangola
Arinola ni Lola...




Malay Mo, Malay Nya,
Malay Nating Lahat....


Baha dun, Baha dito
Baha sa Buong Mundo


Hindi sa akin, Hindi sayo
Kanina siya?


One way, two way
There's no other way...


Sing Ka, Sing ka Pa!
Ilabas ang Magic Sing...


Tubig, Tubig
Ang Anghang, Ang Anghang...


Mula sa Lupaing Kulang sa Bigas
Presyo ng gasolina Tumataas

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Babes of the Week: Kosaka Yuka

Friday, June 6, 2008

Name: Kosaka Yuka
Birthdate: June 27th, 1985
Profession: Model

Gay Bear

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Please welcome the newest member of the CARE BEARS:

PBB Teen Edition Big 4!

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Kalurkey ang results ng Final 4 ng PBB Teen Edition. Hehehe. But who am I to critic the decision eh hindi din naman ako bumoto. Well, they deserve it. Nakinood lang kami sa Tapsihan sa SM Manila and sobrang ingay namin when Robi's name was the first name sa Big 4. Then si Nicole. Third si Beauty, hmm... No comment. Magkaholding hands pa sina Ejay at Alex while waiting na may matawag sa kanila. Lastly, si Ejay na yung tinawag.

Sinong Bet kong Big 4 if ever? Ejay, Robi, Alex, Nicole

Sinong Bet kong Big Winner?


Robi Domingo


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