WHILE anatomically illiterate politicians in America babble about “legitimate rape,” a Filipino legislator opposed to birth control has been shedding crocodile tears in Parliament and plagiarizing speeches to bolster the case against reproductive rights. >>>
LESBIAN, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBT) activists are shocked over the proposed amendment by the Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) that would drop the policy statement in the Reproductive Health bill that would provide some protection for LGBTs against discrimination. >>>
Prominent academics from the University of the Philippines (UP) and the Ateneo have expressed confidence that more than half of the House of Representatives will vote in favor of the Reproductive Health Bill. >>>
The Catholic church accused supporters of the controversial reproductive health bill (RH) of having problems in their marital life. Lipa Archbishop Ramon Arguelles said actors and actresses who endorse the RH bill ultimately want a divorce measure to be passed in Congress.
(Tonette Orejas) - Seven barangay councils in Balanga City in Bataan province have enacted ordinances similar to the controversial Ayala Alabang ordinance that bans the sale of contraceptives in its locality without a doctor’s prescription. >>>