#LouDre talk about the kisses they shared during the show’s all-adult party.
Lou Yanong and Andre Brouillette have apologized once more for their controversial kisses on Pinoy Big Brother. You'll recall that they first said sorry for kissing inside the house, after the all-adult swimming and drinking party last month.On Tonight
Guys, THEY'RE BOTH ADULTS.
Lou Yanong, who's currently part of the reality show Pinoy Big Brother, was recently called out by audiences after some scenes with fellow housemate Andre Brouillette, who's originally from Hawaii. Here's what happened: During their all-
'We believed far too much in the goodness of other people, and now it’s clear that we shouldn’t have.'
Like many women of this generation, I've sent the occasional sexy selfie (sorry, mom) to a guy I thought I could trust, a boyfriend whom I believed would keep that sexy selfie for his viewing pleasure only. And while women like
When it happens to someone they love, they get angry. VERY ANGRY.
Clearly, catcalling and other forms of street harassment make our blood boil-just look at all the articles we've published about how it makes us women feel uncomfortable, unsafe, and downright disrespected.This time, we wanted to know what our male
We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
Ariana Grande shared a story on Twitter about an over excited fan who objectified her while she was out getting food with her boyfriend Mac Miller.When people started to respond blaming Ariana for the encounter she put the world to rights
Let's celebrate the triumphs of fearless females.
The year 2016 has been quite challenging-but that doesn't mean there were no bright spots. Here's what inspired and had Pinays cheering this year. They range from issues of national and global consequence to personal victories that have the
No matter what a woman's political affiliations are, her rights must be respected.
Before anything else, this has to be clear: No woman should be subjected to online violence. It does not matter what her political affiliations are, her rights as a woman must be respected.Attacked OnlineAmid the political turmoil that the Philippines is
No matter what side of the political fence you may sit on, you have to recognize misogyny for what it is.
It hasn't been a good week for the women of the Philippines; and, gentlemen, we need to talk about this. It's been devastating for Senator Leila de Lima, certainly, but I hope you see how this is also a blow
Pinays are protesting against the 'slut-shaming' of some lawmakers.
A group of Filipinas-among them literary luminaries like Ninotchka Rosca, Aida Santos, and Susan Lara, as well as Dr. Raquel del Rosario-Fortun, former beauty queen Aurora Pijuan, and actress Agot Isidro-started a self-incrimination campaign against the shame tactics
And the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you should have some idea of who broke the internet recently: Hiddleswift. Swifties and Hiddlestoners (yes, that's really what Tom Hiddleston fans are calling themselves) had mixed reactions. Some jumped on this ship,
You might not even realize you're doing it.
Here's the deal: Women love sex. We also love our bodies, and we love showing our fine features off. So how come when men act in ways that express those same ideas, it's evidence of masculinity, but when women do
Brock Turner sexually assaulted an unconscious woman. His jail time? 6 months with probation—and he's getting out in 3 months.
Last year, Brock Turner was caught raping a woman outside a party behind a dumpster. Two bike riders saw him thrusting against an unconscious, half-naked victim. After being confronted, Turner tried to flee but was quickly apprehended. When police arrived, Turner
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