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  • Ali on being trans and Muslim

    An interview with a human rights defender from General Santos City, Ali Macalintal, who is also trans and Muslim. As she...

    Everyday PeopleMichael David TanFebruary 10, 2019
  • Andrea finds her groove

    What is it like to be trans in General Santos City in southern Philippines? Local trans leader Andrea Faith Mahiwaga shares...

    Everyday PeopleMichael David TanFebruary 7, 2019
  • GenSan’s ‘durian central’

    When in GenSan, if durian-craving, head to the street right in front of SM GenSan; from 5PM onwards. That’s the place...

    DestinationsMichael David TanFebruary 4, 2019
  • Checking out goat meat at ‘Kambingan ni Kap’ in GenSan

    Not everyone is a fan of goat meat. I have encountered more people, in fact, who consider this only as good...

    Eating OutMikee dela CruzAugust 12, 2018
  • Emilia of GenSan: Look at the positive in life

    Emilia, 43, has been selling food since she was 18, when her mother passed away and her father married again, so...

    Everyday PeopleMikee dela CruzJuly 27, 2018
  • Dondon: Life’s challenges can serve as inspiration

    Even when she was young, Dondon already knew “ingun-ani jud ko (I’m really like this)”. She recalled that even then, if...

    Everyday PeopleKiki TanAugust 15, 2016
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