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Television Dramas or teleseryes have always been part of Filipino culture. Eagerly waiting for the time slot for your favorite teleserye to air, and watching it with your loved ones will always spark memories in every household.
Singing isn’t something we Filipinos take lightly. Our nation has produced some of the most talented artists and most confident performers the world has ever seen. Somehow, that same confidence has influenced many Filipinos especially in the face of a microphone, songbook, and karaoke machine.
We all know someone who speaks Bisaya or Hiligaynon. Some of us may have even encountered a few instances of confusion in the words that they use in our interactions with them.
Dengue Virus (DENV) is no strange concept to Filipinos as it is an epidemic in the Philippines. Epidemic diseases are described as “as an unexpected increase in the number of disease cases in a specific geographical area.”
The rainy season is back again. For some, the rainy days make it more difficult to focus on the activity at hand and drain energy. Others might find it the ideal opportunity to binge-watch their favorite series or take a good rest. One thing is certain though: rainy days and food go together perfectly.
We at Xilium Professional Services made it rain on July 10, 2022, with our various fun and exciting celebratory activities when we made a toast to our 11th Anniversary in four different cities in the Philippines.
For the past decade, Xilium Professional Services has been consistent in helping the community, especially through efforts and engagements that promote the local art scene.
“I have gay friends but…”: A Discourse on SOGIE and the Importance of Allyship to the LGBTQ+ Community.
“I have gay friends. But I don’t want them to teach kids things that are not normal.”
“I’m not homophobic because I have trans friends, but I still think it’s wrong.”
“I have lesbian friends but I’m uncomfortable seeing them together with their girlfriends.”
Gay, Trans, Lesbian, Bi, Queer. For typical Filipinos, who has not yet been exposed to discourses on sociology and gender, these terms are never stated or even pondered without misconceptions and prejudices associated with them. Gays, or queers in general, are not considered to be normal, either in reality or perception.
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