We thought we were in the wrong place. Mike invited us to the launch of a graphic novel he wrote, a re-emagining of the Ilocano epic “Biag ni Lam-Ang”. But when we got to the Collective (Malugay St., Makati City), all we could find was a party for some movie. Obviously, I should learn to [...]
Tonight, we advocates of social justice and free and informed choice, come together in an expression of solidarity towards the passage of the Reproductive Health Bill.
Whereas the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines has repeatedly imposed its agenda upon the government, in clear violation of the principle of the separation of Church and State;
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RH BILL ADVOCATES CHALLENGE THE CBCP IN EXCOMMUNICATION PARTY
“If supporting the RH Bill means excommunication, then excommunicate me!”
Quezon City (11/26/10) – Over 100 Reproductive Health (RH) advocates are attending an excommunication party to express their support for the RH Bill and dissent against the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP). Expected attendees are RH Bill advocates from different sectors, including legislators, activists, women’s groups, professionals, and students. The advocates will sign a document that poses a challenge to the CBCP: “If supporting the RH Bill means excommunication, then excommunicate me!”
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So last Thursday night, a few friends and I attended Etude House’s Grand Launch party. As you may know, I’m a huge fan of this Korean make-up/skin care brand. Its products are packaged in cute designs, work really well, and are nicely priced. Also, Etude House shops have pink interiors that remind one of a little girl’s dream bedroom, which is probably why I like going there. It doesn’t hurt that its image model is Park Shin Hye (of the drama “He’s Beautiful”) whom I adore.
The invitation (sent out to Pink Membership Card holders) said attire was pink and white. Not my usual style, but I managed to sneak in a little pink.
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