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By Jullie Y. Daza Photos by JYD Presidential legal counsel Sal Panelo sat down at one of two tables he inhabited to welcome the Year…

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Finding home

By Leo Locsin It was outside my sister’s room that I discovered I had a voice. My mother, wishing to introduce her to the “finer”…

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Someone i was always meant to be

By Giannina Ocampo “I didn’t choose acting. Acting chose me.” It’s one of the most cliché statements you’ll ever hear. But in my case, it’s…

This week’s guest editor Wanggo Gallaga is a writer, poet, filmmaker, and HIV advocate. He has written the films Sonata and T'yanak and was the dramaturge for the play No Filter by The Sandbox Collective. He is also one of the writers for the web series Hanging Out. He published an e-book of poetry called Remnants, which is available in Kobo and Amazon. As a textbook Piscean and a hopeless romantic, Wanggo Gallaga believes that love is boundless and that, in this new millennia, we are finally acknowledging that it is boundless and fighting against the restraints of antiquated ideas that serve to limit or restrict it. From his personal experience, he knows that sometimes love doesn't always win every battle, but he knows that it never gives up. What it cannot change now, it will outlast eventually.

The red dress

By Christina Dy Last year, for my 40th birthday, I danced in a red dress. The red dress was crocheted by my intern for a year,…