LGBTQ Rights in the Philippines


LGBTQ Equality & Diversity in a conservative and religious country

At the height of the SOGIE debate in 2019, well-meaning celebrities Anne Heussaff and “Marian devotee” Pia Wurtzbach openly supported the SOGIE bill. Similarly, the Catholic school Ateneo designated an all-gender restroom.

Freedom in Christ group apologized to the gay community during the Metro Manila PRIDE march. PCEC and NCCP had “partial support” and political statements on government issues.

SOGIE: Gender equality in the Philippines

For decades, Filipino society functioned well with just two sexes. But today, that’s not enough for specific groups, which is the reason for the SOGIE bill.

Filipinos are one of the most LGBTQ-friendly people in the world. Filipino gay celebrities thrive with millions of fans.

Despite openness to the third sex, the church remains steadfast in shunning a “deceptive gender equality,” which is alleged to be Luciferian in nature.


Discrimination isn’t the issue but deceptive gender equality.

PRIDE March—Celebrating hedonism

Equality and diversity was God’s idea. Today, atheist groups like Freethinkers and Filipino humanists push it to promote sexual liberty, which is hedonism in the Bible.

In 2018, the PRIDE March, supported by liberal groups, broke the taboo when they paraded the LGBTQ colors in Metro Manila. PRIDE is America’s contribution to humanism. From gay rights to a lavish sexual parade.

In the USA, PRIDE is celebrated in cartoons and promoted in schools and merchandising. The popularity of Drag Queens, who teach the gay alphabet to young kids, is embraced by liberal parents.

Manila Pride in 2018 welcomes gender equality, diversity, and inclusion, which humanists call progressive.

Gay rights are human rights—pushed by Filipino liberal champions Roman, Hontiveros

Liberal politicians and trans-woman Rep. Geraldine Roman, Bong Bong Marcos, Senators Risa Hontiveros, Leila de Lima, and Kiko Pangilinan championed LGBTQ rights. Hontiveros also pushed for divorce.

The country remains dominantly conservative, but transgender celebrities are given a free platform to entertain and promote their sexuality without discrimination. Many stars in the Philippines are openly gay.

In 2005, the NPA conducted the first recorded gay marriage in the Philippines, while gay marriages are celebrated in private.

ABS-CBN Showtime’s “Sexy Beks” (Sexy gays) with transgender host Vice Ganda in April 2022. This portion is seen across the nation and rated as “family entertainment.”

Pushing the envelope in the “end days”

In the USA, opposition to LGBTQ rights is labeled a hate crime. Christians were brought to court for exercising freedom of religion after gay activists cried for victimhood.

Incidentally. Lucien Greaves of The Satanic Temple said, “More than 50% of our membership is LGBTQ.” TST fights for gay rights. Yet woke Christian activists joined the foray.

Today, millennials are desensitized to seeing two women or men kiss in public, transgender pastors preaching, and pedophilia, a human right in the USA. Demonic liberalism crept in—unbelievers were thrilled!

Jude 1:7
“Just as Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding cities, which likewise indulged in sexual immorality and pursued unnatural desire, serve as an example by undergoing a punishment of eternal fire.”

Iloilo-based designer Matt Yeu is known for using indigenous Filipino fabric. In 2022, he reinvented the terno to reflect a nonbinary Filipino fashion sense.

I don’t miss my gay life.
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