Pemberton’s Pardon: An Insult And An Injury

The president gave Mr. Pemberton, the convicted murderer of Jennifer Laude, an absolute pardon and the reason the president gave was that Mr. Pemberton was treated unfairly. If there was anything unfair it was the following facts: (1) Mr. Pemberton was placed in a special facility instead of the normal prison facility in Bilibid; (2) […]

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Statement On The Trans-Profiling Of Makati Police

“Project X-Men” of the Makati PNP is a form of discrimination and harrasment against transgender women. This act of profiling transwomen is a serious threat to human dignity and rights. This is reminiscent of police interference and even memories of brutality before Stone Wall as well as the raids of gay establishments in Metro Manila […]

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Remembering Our Transgender Siblings

November 20 is Transgender Day of Remembrance. We remember and recognize the long struggle for justice for Transgender persons and all persons of diverse gender identities and expressions. We remember all transgender persons that have been murdered and violently attacked throughout the world and in our country, the Philippines, because of transphobia and intolerance, especially […]

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Rainbow Connect – MCCQC’s New Bible Group Program

Every Wednesday night, starting June 24, 2015, MCC Quezon City will be hosting Rainbow Connect – a program that is designed to compliment the church’s Sunday Worship Service. Rainbow Connect is a short biblical reflection program and a support group as well. This program is split into two groups: Northern Metro Manila ROYG Group Facilitator: Kuya Mike (+639178567101) […]

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