Through pinkwashing, politicians show their surface-level support to queer causes while diluting their meaning and significance.
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.
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.
LSDC-Contemporary takes to the stage once more to celebrate their 42nd anniversary and their first on-site performance after the lockdown with their dance concert, “Tabula Rasa”.
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.
Pelikulove and the Harlequin Theatre Guild partnered up for the hybrid film event, Shoutout Pinas 2023: Maghayag at Lumikha last May 24 and accomplished hard-hitting portrayals of sociopolitical commentary.
Seventeen has never failed to give their fans another chance to love and appreciate them. Coming off of a scintillating album release last year with Face the Sun, the boy group shows no signs of slowing down. After they ran their world concert Be The Sun from July to December, while dancer Jun and rapper…
Last March 16 to 18, the La Salle Dance Company-Street (LSDC-Street) debuted its production Danz Dish 15: Taympers at the Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium after a year of preparation—both online and in the studios. Through the art of dance, Taympers aimed to highlight various socio-political issues and injustices faced by Filipinos. The production also serves as…
Disasters are senseless tragedies. At any moment, while all may seem normal, the rapid force of wrath could thrash and crumble our reality. In its wake, it only leaves death, ruin, and witnesses who carry nothing but the weight of traumatic grief and the burden of comprehending the absurd. There never really is an easy…