I was sitting at home watching TV, and thought to myself, “wow” every television program or movie produced in the Philippines has to have at least one homosexual (Bakla) staring in it.
Why is this necessary? Forgive me if I am coming across as homophobic as I have gay friends but damn. The last thing I want to watch all day is a gay man with a 5 o’clock shadow at 2pm, with his package stuffed in his skin tight pants and his belly protruding over his belt parading around in every program on every station in this country.
I don’t think I would mind it so much if they looked half way like a girl but damn, have they ever looked into a mirror? There is nothing feminine about them at all, most of them are fat and out of shape and look like they have went a few rounds with Manny Pacquiao, at least give me the illusion that you are a girl.
These Ru Paul wannabe’s are in everything, I can’t even sit through a commercial from P&G without one of these no talent dumbasses popping up. I am curious on how it makes the real woman feel having to co star with a person who thinks they are prettier than a real woman, well I have news for you “girls” you could not hold a candle to Bea Alonzo, Lovi Poe, or Ann Curtis in your wildest dreams or on your best day. These are truly beautiful woman with talent, not some sack of sweaty balls running around my TV screen. Damn, where is the pride in that?Published in