The commenter recently made a public statement on Facebook.
22-year-old Liza Soberano has filed a formal complaint against the person who made a rape joke about her. She was accompanied by her manager Ogie Diaz and legal counsel Atty. Jun Lim. According to tweets by ABS-CBN reporter MJ
'Believe me, kahit nakabalot o gown pa kami sa beach may mga bastos pa din.'
The Facebook caption was simple and sweet: "Ang aking mga prinsesa...I love you all so much."The photo showed Sunshine Cruz with her daughters, Angelina, Samantha, and Chesca, now all in their teens. They were in their swimsuits in the pool.
Cookies By The Bucket is under fire for their management’s reported inappropriate behavior.
On Friday, June 19, ESPN host and social media influencer Kim Cruz tweeted, "I was scared to post this but with all these brave women posting their #HijaAko stories, I think it's time to speak up." Her post contained alleged screenshots
'Calling me hija will not belittle my point.'
Frankie "Kakie" Pangilinan, daughter of Sharon Cuneta and Senator Kiko Pangilinan, has gained a huge following online, as she's been fearlessly vocal about social issues. (She's also SO witty and smart we can't help but stan,
'This is pure EVIL.'
This week, news came out that convicted rapist-murderer Antonio Sanchez could be released early from New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa. Sanchez was mayor of Calauan, Laguna in 1993. He was sentenced to seven terms of reclusion perpetua (40 years per term
This is unacceptable.
On Sunday, June 16, Facebook group Tangina This! posted photos of a car with this statement written in bold, black letters:"Nangunguha ng may malaking suso"In English, this roughly translates to: "Will abduct those with big boobs."Publicly writing such a
Yikes. Big yikes.
Ever since Chris Brown was released from police custody yesterday following an arrest for an alleged rape, he's been taking to social media to try to clear his name. Justin Bieber, a longtime friend, seems to support him in doing
The actor speaks up via Instagram Stories.
Yesterday, December 10, 25-year-old actor Albie Casiño took to Instagram Stories to talk about a troubling issue in our country: rape culture. Albie wrote, "If we don't do anything now, they'll never stop," referring to
Women deserve the freedom men have to choose what they wear, sans consequences.
I remember waiting to turn 12 so I could finally pick my own clothes. I didn't feel like I could fill in my big girl shoes until I could pick out a full outfit, from head to toe. SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Senator Risa Hontiveros also chimed in on the issue.
The Angono Municipal Police Station issued a public apology on Facebook after their guidelines on how to avoid rape drew flak online."Ang Angono Municipal Police Station sa pamumuno ni PSUPT RUBEN M PIQUERO ay taos-pusong humihingi ng paumanhin sa lahat
Come on guys, it's 2018.
UPDATE: July 18, 2018 6:46 p.m.: The Angono Municipal Police Station has taken down their Facebook post. Here is a screenshot of the original post:***Warning: We're angry, and you're about to be, too. On July
In case you needed a reminder.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated on November 27, 2018 in light of the news that a court in Ireland used a 17-year-old girl's thong as evidence of consent. This led to the acquittal of
That people in powerful positions in this country do not get this is worrisome.
It's been a few days since the internet was up in arms over news anchor Anthony Taberna victim-blaming a 19-year-old woman who was raped when she went drinking with someone she had met online. Even when his co-
Let’s fight it together.
Recently, women have been coming forward with their own stories of sexual harassment and assault on social media, their posts held together by a common thread: the words "Me too," written as such or as a hashtag. A trend launched by actress
But the disturbing provision still exists in the Philippines.
Lawmakers in Jordan marked a milestone for women's rights when they recently voted to abolish a law that essentially pardons rapists if they marry their victims."They hailed the move-which comes a week after Tunisia scrapped a similar law-as
It doesn't stay there.
In our country, one woman or child is raped every hour. That means that every single hour, there's a man who makes the conscious decision to violate another human being. It's easy to dismiss them as isolated cases that don'
We're all guilty.
Earlier this month, Senator Risa Hontiveros announced that she wants members of Facebook groups sharing obscene photos of women and children to pay a fine of up to P500,000 and serve a jail sentence of up to 10 years.Problem PagesIt
Naturally, Malaysians were outraged by his statement.
Malaysian lawmaker Shabudin Yahya-the member of parliament (MP) representing Tasek Gelugor-recently sparked controversy with his misogynistic arguments during the debate on the Child Sexual Offences Bill at the Dewan Rakyat (Malaysia's House of Representatives).Shabudin, who is part of
In a Virtual World where you can live without consequence, who gets to dictate right from wrong, or if that concept even exists?
The Long Plot, Sans SpoilersSet in a dystopian, tree-less future, where cotton and wool are a rarity, and everything else is in decay or disarray, the Nether is a virtual paradise-a retreat if you may-from the dreary, real world.
'It is a crime, an indignity, an outrage—but not a heinous crime.'
The death penalty bill is one of the most heated issues in the country today. Naturally, it will spark a lot of debates. Once again, Philippine ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Teddy Locsin Jr. weighed in on the burning issue via
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