As one of the first all-female firefighting teams in Metro Manila, the women of Pandacan share their experiences in a male-dominated industry.
The legacies of womanhood do not go unshared. Their stories live on and are immortalized through words weaved by Filipina writers.
Underneath the nostalgic beauty of the houses in Taal is a rich history preserved by its present day residents.
Not a lot of people know of the drag kings in the country, but these artists are fascinating to watch as they challenge the gender binary.
Gay pageantry is more than a spectacle of beauty and talent; these contestants represent a loving community of queer people hoping to be embraced by the Filipino society.
Women break the glass ceiling in a continuous effort to fight for their place in the tech industry.
There is much passion and precision that goes into the act of creating eye-catching pieces—more so if it involves catching one’s appetite, such as in fake food art.
Male pageantry redefines traditional masculinity by celebrating all physicalities of the male nature. In doing this, the notion of toxic masculinity is unraveled and destroyed.
Behind the Manila Clock Tower Museum’s fresh coat of paint lies the scars of Manila’s gloomy and martial past. Yet it is this very characteristic that makes it the perfect venue for the city’s attempt at reviving Manileño heritage and culture. Ronald Flores, chief tourism operations officer of the Department of Tourism, Culture, and the…
With efforts to highlight Philippine literature, independent publishers relay the stories of Filipinos and change what it means to be in the publishing scene.