Sublime – 40 Oz of Freedom

Disclaimer: This post is not suppose to ridicule anyone.

Today’s issue of homosexuality is prevalent here in the Philippines. A common misconception is that members if the 3rd sex are now free to be more open about their gender. The media can talk freely about it; however, little did they know, they are still ridiculed.

Gay Pride


Do they deserve this? Did God really say in His Holy Scriptures that it is a crime to be homosexual?

I have a big respect for all the members of the 3rd sex – open gays or lesbians. It is really something coming out of their closet and bravely go out in the world where they would encounter people who could abuse them in all sort of ways: physically, mentally, psychologically, and even spiritually.

Here in the Philippines, it is common to see that homosexuals who were mistreated by their families – especially by their fathers. With this said, it does not stop them to be a good provider. My homosexual friends are always the ones who supports  their families. Either they send their siblings to school or they support their entire clan. They even support their less-fortunate friends.

In our society though, it doesnt matter if you fred the mouths of the millions. What matters is that what most people think. In return, homosexuals are still abused for being one and their good deeds forgotten.

I asked couple of my homosexual friends: what are they thinking whenever someone abuses them?

Their answers were similar, they just let everything pass. They keep doing what they started and moved on with their life. A friend who is in advertising said that he would not get rich if he sulk. Their consolation is their friends and families who accepted whoever they are.

This post is for my homosexual friends: lesbians and gays. You make us proud conquering the world with a different kind of bravery. I guess world peace would start if all people accept everyone regardless of their gender for whatever they are and whatever they are not.

Be out and proud!

Posted from Katsuo©


~ by Es on 10 February, 2012.

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