The field of photojournalism is rife with systemic injustices against women and non-binary individuals. But times are changing, and they are gradually making spaces for themselves.
The image of the angry woman is vivid: ferocious eyebrows, a scathing tongue, and eyes ablaze with fire as she vets out whoever has wronged her. Perhaps she’s discovered her husband with a mistress, laying waste to the homewrecker in her bed. That is the familiar woman in local and international media alike. However, this…
In many all-girls schools, glass ceilings are typically shattered and stained with the various hues representing one’s social identities. Strict handbook guidelines, indoctrinated curricula, and tumultuous student-to-student dynamics are ever-defining of how one comes about with their comfortability in expressing their truest selves. While these institutions stand separately from how their students choose to identify,…
Our car-centric society is urged, step-by-step, to diverge and move toward more mobile and pedestrian-friendly routes.
Although operating a trolley may be dangerous to both operator and commuter, this improvised transportation fills the inefficiency gaps in the current system.
In the heart of Negros Oriental lies Silliman University, the home of Asia’s longest running creative writing workshop.
LGBTQ+ streamers have constantly battled with the gaming communtity’s toxicity amid the the steady growth of esports in the country.
Love songs have always sung to the heteronormative society—but queer narratives in OPM are slowly but powerfully turning the tide.
More than just as a trendy social dialect, gay linggo is a language that connects the LGBTQ+ community together.
Laid out on banana leaves, the foods found in a kamayan feast often tell stories unique to the people who prepared them.