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Mommy Dionisia Pacquiao’s greatest hits

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Mommy Dionisia Pacquiao FILE PHOTO/Jeoffrey Maitem

From her Hermes bag, to her dance shows, to her movies, to her rendition of Wrecking Ball, and to her most recent voodoo spells, Mommy Dionisia Pacquiao, or Mommy D as she is fondly called, has cemented herself as a worldwide figure just like her son.

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Escudero on spotlight over ‘safe, satisfying sex life’

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Heart Evangelista and Senator Francis "Chiz" Escudero. FILE PHOTO

Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero’s love life was caught in the middle of a heated debate in the Senate on whether or not to drop the words “safe and satisfying sex life” in the definition of the Reproductive Health bill.

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Bullying isn’t merely child’s play

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HIRSCH. Cathartic project.

Lee Hirsch’s documentary, “Bully,” isn’t easy to watch. It is especially disturbing because it chronicles how physical and psychological abuse affects the lives of the five young students it follows. People see them getting bullied, but they choose to keep their disapproval to themselves to avoid “rocking the boat” or shaking up the status quo.

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Maxene Magalona a staunch supporter of RH bill

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MAXENE Magalona thinks sexual chemistry is vital in a marriage.

Actress Maxene Magalona said her being a staunch supporter of the controversial reproductive health (RH) bill “doesn’t mean I’m already pro-abortion.”   “The bill is more than just abortion,” Maxene pointed out. “I support the bill because I want people to be careful and to mind their actions when it comes to sex.”   “Times […]

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Pro-RH Bill film wins in South Korea

EDGARDO Roy Jr.’s “Baby Bata”

Eduardo Roy’s “Bahay Bata” won the Blue Chameleon award at the Cinema Digital Seoul Film Festival held recently. The honor comes with a cash prize of KRW 20,000,000 (P743,000).   It’s the fourth international award for the film, which tackles the reproductive health issue as seen through the eyes of an overworked nurse (Diana Zubiri) […]

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