Dear country, we’ve had enough of our female celebrities’ love lives and their sponsored #OOTDs.
Or maybe that’s because we’re used to hearing about opinions of foreign actresses on heavier topics—whether they be gender equality, nudity, sexism, feminism, or racism—that the lack of social criticism from local celebrities is something we’ve come to crave.
Thankfully, amid the noise of dating controversies and silence of much needed thought, these Filipino female public figures want you to know what they think about current issues. What you think of them often doesn’t matter.
The Tony award-winning The Voice judge loves to dabble in critical judgments a.k.a. the reality check we need the most.
While her Independence Day tweet burst everybody’s #PinoyPride bubble, it was the truth we had to hear.
Our country is not yet debt-free, poverty-free, crime-free, or corruption-free. So what are we free from exactly and why do we celebrate it?
When Pol Medina’s comic strip caused a stir among convent-educated girls—for the supposed misrepresentation—#TeamPreenPH girl Saab Magalona took it upon herself to speak up on the topic when no one else knew what was wrong.