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Orosa-Nakpil, Malate by Louie Mar Gangcuangco

Orosa-Nakpil, Malate by Louie Mar A. Gangcuangco

Format: Paperback, 226 pages
Published 2006 by Louie Mar’s Publications
Read in November, 2010
Rating: ★★★★☆

Because I read the Tagalog version, I shall make my review in the Filipino language. 576 more words

Book Reviews

Download/Listen: This Week's 'This Way Out' Podcast

Every week, EILE Magazine features the latest episode of This Way Out, a Los Angeles-based LGBT radio show, which celebrates its 26th year on air this month!  122 more words


Blue is the Worst Colour

Touted as being a masterpiece, while simultaneously being lambasted for its questionable display of a same-sex love story, “Blue is the Warmest Colour” has been receiving quite a bit of media attention. 1,632 more words

Join Us at our next meeting

Have you got a child that has recently come out? Are you  having a rough time discussing issues around sexuality?

This can be a difficult time, don’t do it alone, lets talk, come join our village as we raise our children together. 57 more words

Come Out

The Politics of All

A friend posted an article online this afternoon, which described the “evolution” of President Obama’s stand on same-sex marriage (Jo Becker, New York Times, 2014). 525 more words

Queer Issues


I’m terrified. Like, panic-attack-inducing terrified.

I blame the idiot uterus, but still…

After all the changes I’ve dealt with over the years you’d think this would be no big deal. 421 more words

My Huffington Post piece: a gay Christian goes back to church

Easter is the most important time for Christians in which they believe Jesus died on the cross for their sins and resurrected three days later. This season reminds me of the last time I regularly went to church.  389 more words