Filipina actress Rosanna Roces is about to marry her lesbian partner. In an interview, Rosanna, who in particular was seen as a sex symbol in the 90s in the Philippines, announced that she intended to marry her partner.
The Filipino TV channel GMA Telebabad will air a soap opera focused on a lesbian love story starting in May.
Really, this is going better and better in the Philippines where an order prohibiting anti-gay discrimination was adopted in Quezon City.
A few weeks ago, a survey showed that the Philippines were the most welcoming Asian countries to the LGBT community despite the lack of decision on LGBT rights by the Filipino government.
Yesterday, we had focused on Asia after a poll of the most welcoming countries for the LGBT community. The Philippines had led the way, some of you have pointed out elsewhere the beauty of Filipinos women that cannot be denied. Today, end of suspense, here is the result for the rest of the world!
Gallup just released the list of the most pleasant countries where LGBT people love to live. Today, let's look at Asia as the Philippines are ranked 22nd out of 123 countries and are the best in the Southeast Asia for the LGBT community.
In spite of discriminations, LGBT people are more and more accepted in the Philippines.
A Filipino legislator tries to obtain an office devoted to the crimes against LGBT people within the police stations and, as surprising as that can be in this country, the police supported this proposal.