Photo Albums

Accepting Change and Embracing Diversity

Each time a person is wary of change and accepts things as they are, a fear of anything that is different is bred. In its extreme form, such a fear becomes a hatred directed towards anyone who does not fit in existing societal patterns. However, since the only thing constant in this life is change, we know that it is possible to live without fear or hatred. In fact, many things have changed our world for the better…

Keep Reading

With Voices Raised

Malate, Manila, December 3, 2011 — Whenever Filipinos take to the streets with conviction, those streets, whether they be Mendiola, Ayala, or Edsa, become the site, sum, and property of popular urban struggle. A march, therefore, has the power to transform an ordinary street into both a moment and a space in which to demand the end of injustice, discrimination, or war. On December 3, 2011, the streets of Malate will thus be transformed for the 2011 LGBT Pride March.

Keep Reading

GALANG Statement of Solidarity: Baguio Pride March 2011

The rising visibility of lesbian, gay, bi, trans, intersex, and genderqueer movements in the country has led to an increasing awareness about the diversity of Filipino gender expressions and sexualities. What was originally a fairly cohesive, if not unified, movement continues to expand–something that is definitely worth celebrating with pride on June 26, 2011 in Baguio.

Keep Reading