While couples worldwide have been finding ways to maintain relationships amid COVID-19, three Filipino queer couples share how they withstood the crisis.
Netizens lined up as early as Monday night to get their frontrow tickets, when reports of unusual military activity in Metro Manila trickled in. Army trucks and even tanks were reported glitzing along EDSA, Coastal Road, and Marikina. Tensions ran high in online circles as 3PM Tuesday closed in, the time originally set for President […]
Placards calling for social justice are commonplaces on almost all campuses of the University of the Philippines, a known bastion of activism. This April, youth leaders from all over the country will be raising “placards” of their own as the legislative simulation experience comes to the country’s premiere state university. The first of its kind […]