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2012-2013 (January 6, 2013 – Present) “To say what you truly feel is the best thing a person can do; who knows? Everything goes by so fast.” To our very own University President, Dr. ”, or “…to whom it may concern”, the quotes like “…listening is the beginning of understanding”, or “…pagdating ng panahon by Aiza Seguerra”, or “Maalaala mo kaya by Charo Santos”, or even the expression, “Check? Being the third president seated in the NSTP-LTS (Violet) Class was a very difficult, stressful, and pressuring task. Live life to the fullest, and express yourself; think of today as your last. Or maybe the round-the-mind slogans we hear either from the mic or the megaphone, like “…kapag may katwiran, ipaglaban! ” We’ll surely be going to miss those taglines and stuff. En hora buena para kanatun todo, because we have finally come to an end. Vargas, Jr., to the rest of the NSTP Facilitators’ present, fellow officers, leaders in their respective classes, fellow NSTP students of all components, guests, friends, ladies and gentlemen, Buenas Dias a todos!We all deserve the recognition, and we all owe it to our very own facilitator. You’re all great and amazing, and you’re all part of my book. Before I end this speech, as what one leader said yesterday, I would like to thank search engines like Google, Yahoo!Personally, allow me to take this opportunity to thank my family, friends, and classmates, especially to my Wang Bu barkada of BSAc-I, for giving me the courage, wisdom, strength, and the conscience to work not only for myself, but for the good of everyone. , and Wikipedia for making this speech long, and social networking sites like Facebook, and Twitter, but, no matter.
Again, this is not for one’s success, but it’s for everybody’s success!These are the #Karaniwang LGBT, our LGBT brothers and sisters who are at the fringes not just of society, but even of the LGBT community. But you haven’t seen my real personhood yet).” Kakay is proud with her life – somehow.Those whose idea of Pride is limited to “it’s not for people like us”. and yet seemingly left by the very movement that’s supposed to help them find this Pride. Pinaghirapan ko ang lahat ng ito (I worked hard for what I now have),” she said.That is, it’s supposed to be for everyone, not just for the select few (who can afford to access it). Keri lang, at least madali lang tandaan (My name is Al – just two letters. Senyor Sto Niño, Mama Mary, Senyor San Pedro Calungsod, mga santos, mga santas. Mahirap na, baka magkaproblema pa kami sa iyo (We don’t take in gay people.Because there remain many members of the LGBT community whose narratives are often just left in the cutting room, marked as “not sexy” or “not newsworthy”. You could just give us problems).” Kakay identifies as a woman, and she longs to be able to transition. Hindi niyo palang nakikita ang totoo kong anyo (I’m not ‘straight-acting’, I’m not gay, I’m a woman.
Fact: There will be opponents and supporters of both sides. If the store earns something, then I get to take home something),” he said. Hindi katulad ng iba dyan, hirap na hirap maghanap ng trabaho (It’s okay, at least I have a job. With Al only getting some five hours of rest every day, “celebrating” Pride is far from his mind. But she said: “Unsa ang kinahanglan nga ako kaulawan? Gretchen thanks God that despite the discrimination she is experiencing, there are still many people who continue to trust her with their religious intercessions. She has been with them for many years already, even if“mababa lang ang sahod, okay na rin (I don’t earn much, though that’s just fine).” She tried her luck – several times actually – to apply for other jobs.