If divorce becomes legal in the Philippines, what does that mean for Filipinos?
On March 19, 2018, the House of Representatives approved the Absolute Divorce Act of 2018 on its third reading, despite opposition from President Rodrigo Duterte (whose marriage has been legally annulled). House Bill 7303 promises to be a faster and cheaper option
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And other sh*t Pinays have to deal with, because we are women living in this country.
There are things that we wish had never happened. Unfortunately, reality always trumps wishful thinking. Here are the painful, disturbing, and disappointing things that have been affecting Filipino women. 1. RH LAW STILL HOSTAGED BY SUPREME COURT TROFour years since its enactment,
In the season of weddings, Cosmo.ph columnist Bianca Valerio gives you a dose of reality, as she continues her discussion of factors to consider pre-engagement.
If you havn't read Part 1 of this 2-part special last week, we highly suggest you do so right now before proceeding.Now that you've had some time to reflect on the realities of marriage and post-wedding bliss,
"Divorce" is a sensitive subject, particularly today. Read Bianca's take on the factors you should consider before you even decide to walk down the aisle.
The month of June in the Philippines may mean it's back to school and the start of typhoon season, but in other parts of the world, it is also the season for the so-called June Bride!Ah, yes, the idea
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