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Celebrating Transgender Awareness Week 2019

Today marks the start of the week-long celebration of Transgender Awareness, which leads up to the 20th anniversary of the International Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). Commemorating TDOR visibilizes transgender people, zooms in to their lived experiences, and the discrimination…

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Celebrating Intersex Awareness Day 2019

The Intersex Awareness Day started getting traction and recognition in 2004 but October 26 has a longer and deeper history than that. The Intersex Society of North America (ISNA) held a protest in 1996 under the banner of ‘Hermaphrodites with…

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GALANG Supports UP Pride 2019

GALANG Philippines supports UP Pride 2019’s call to embrace diversity towards equality. Sexuality is an intersectional issue across sectors. We may have various experiences of oppression but amidst differences we must all work towards achieving a society free from discrimination.

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It’s Our 11th Birthday!

So please allow us a rare moment of self-promotion. Since 2008, we’ve served and activated 130 lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender men (LBTs). We helped organize five local LBT people’s organizations; conducted and participated in hundreds of workshops, trainings, and…

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STOP KISS Benefit Show

Treat yourself to an invigorating afternoon of self-discovery, love, and acceptance. After 16 years, Stop Kiss by Diana Son returns on stage this month under the direction of Ed Lacson Jr., and co-presented by Positive Space, MusicArtes, Inc., and New…

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Pride Month 2019

Pride season is here. June is the month that marks the beginning of our rather elusive quest for queer equality. This year, the Filipino LGBTIQ+ community celebrates 25 years of proudly and bravely standing for equal rights. Decades has passed…

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We #ResistTogether Against Discrimination

The country’s chief of state has unleashed yet another sexist remark. We are saddened and outraged with President Duterte’s statement that being gay is an illness. Homosexuality is not a disease that needs treatment nor something that needs to be…

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