only when the government legalizes jueteng and begins to cut into the Church's revenue stream
I think the Philippines is ready. The Catholic Church will definitely make a lot of noise but I think the majority of Filipinos are ready for it. At the very least, LGBT relationships should be recognized as valid civil unions.http://ficklecattle.blogspot.com/
let's just hope and pray.. me0w..
1. you go to city hall to get a marriage license, NOT THE CHURCH,2. THE CONSTITUTION is the law of the land, NOT THE BIBLE.fill in the blank:gay/lesbian couples adopt children,priests ___________ children.who wears drag, head gear, and prada red shoes? while protecting monster child molesters in their organization? ... exactlygee..i just got started, hehehe
i highly doubt it for 'pinas. our old folks, as in the movers and shakers of this country, are still way too traditional and close-minded to such idea. perhaps in the next millenium ;)
in time, when we will have a gay president.
naku...baka maraming rules, pagnapasa yan kagaya ng aged limit...hindi 18-29y/o ang pwede kundi 30+year/old ang pweding ikasal same sex..tiyak gagawa ng maraming rules ang mga senado..
The constitution say marriage is for a male and a female.If the gov't wouldn't change that sentence then its a No.Sorry.
malau pa yan di2... pero if ever gus2 ko ung me blessing ang church at ang ating constitution...
I hope to see this happening in my lifetime..
Marriage is a civil right. If LGBT could not have same equal right, can LGBT crowd pay less tax?
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