Homosexual Representatives…

Homosexual Representatives

by: Jay-R Lumbo

 

Homosexual is defined as a person sexually attracted to persons of the same sex. Homosexuals include males (gays) and females (lesbians).

When the word “homosexuals” first enter our minds. Ang unang sumasayad o naglalaro sa isip natin, color pink, pwedeng ang word na sodomy, pwedeng mga gays and lesbians.

Pero paano kung may nakadugtong na “representatives” , ano na ang pwedeng pumasok sa isip mo?

Noong mga nakaraang buwan, nagkalat ang mga balitang, magtatatag ng party-list ang mga homosexuals. Sa tingin ko ay magiging maganda ito para lubusang matanggap ng mamamayan ang mga homosexuals sa ating bansa. sa pamamagitan ng party-list na ito, magkakaroon ng protection ang mga rights ng homosexuals. Kasama na rin ang pagkakaroon ng same-sex marriage na tinututulan ng simbahan (but i don’t agree on same-sex-marriage) .

Pero sa kabilang dako. Maraming nagsasabing walang mabuting maidudulot ang mga homosexuals sa ating government. Discrimination of some homosexuals still occur in our government. They think na walang kayang gawin ang mga homosexuals. May nabasa akong article about homosexuals in govrnment. It was a foreign article last 2004 while researching for my high school thesis about homosexuals (hindi na talaga naalis ang topic na ito sa buhay ko). Actually hindi siya isang article. It was a letter to the house of representatives. A house representative would like the homosexuals in the government branches to resign as soon as possible, wala raw silang mabuting naidudulot sa kanilang gobyerno. Pumapanget ang image ng kanilang government dahil sa mga homosexuals. Kaya nag-pasa siya ng petition para mapatalsik ang lahat ng homosexuals na nagtatrabaho sa gobyerno.

Mas lalong nakatawag pansin sa akin ang mga katagang “birds with the same feather, flock together”, dapat lang daw sila magsama-sama, pare-pareho lang sila.

I think, okey lang naman na maging house representatives ang mga homosexuals, as long as they work for the people and serve the people with their loyalty. mas ayos silang representatives than those who are straight men and women in gender that does not serve the people well. Instead of serving the people ginagamit lang nila tayo para lumakas ang kanilang powers.

21 Comments »

  1. dana evangelista Said:

    homosexual congressmen? what’s wrong with that? as long as makaktulong naman and who knows better pa siya sa mga musculine o feminist leaders.

  2. Katigbak, Karla Elaine Said:

    I agree with you jay-r! para sa akin walang masama kung bakla o lesbian ang isang tao. Eh ano naman nagayon? ang mahalaga ay mabubuti silang tao. Lahat ng tao may karapatan kaya bakit natin ididiscriminate ang mga ito? Malay mo sila pa ang mas maktulong sa bansa natin.

  3. Kris John Said:

    some of these homosexuals are fighting the wrong battle… (wow parang ung baby thesis kay ser cañega)…absolutely nothing is wrong with homosexuals sa government, je ar is right as long as they’ll serve for the people dba?, but tulad narin ng sinabi ng magaling na author ng nakakintrigang post na ito, apparently there is still discrimination in this country…

    look, if a homo-gov’t official (kung me ma elect man) governs a city would the WHOLE Phil be proud of this? nope right?… and how would he possibly be an effective representative if left and right e someones ridiculing him… discrimination…

    this is reality…

    right now for me they should stay and focus sa mga fields kung san sila kilala… fight a silent battle… it’ll be a long term fight, this anti-discrimination thing?… so right now fight on their own fields….

  4. Gerald Valhet Mesina Said:

    eh wats wrong with homesexual sa gobyerno ?????

    a Private life is different in life as a public offical and being a sexual abnormal is a private life ……..

    Sexual urge is not a factor for a Public official to perform in his maximum capabilities

    Walang paki ang taong bayan kung T?#$ ang gusto nyan o Kep>;

    As long as he or she is functioning as a true leader sex will not be a hindrance to achieve his or her goal

    the battle in politics is in intellect and like what Dr PIA said PUBLIC SERVICE

  5. Emil Samaniego Said:

    Homosexual as party-list representative. What is a party list representive? What are the prerequisites for a group to run in the legislature as party list rep?It should be defined in the article, kasi and naiisip ko na magiging problema sa homosexual party list hindi ang philosophical basis nito kasi i personally believe that politics is the highest embodiment of freedom (to do good or to do bad), it doesn’t have an absolute or universal norm or ethical standard maliban na lang sa natural law that i believe binds everything in the universe, so kahit ang mga homosexual ay dapat na mapasali rin sa poitics, well im not saying here that this kind of scenario is for me the ideal politics but only by being just they should therefore be given the chance… So moving on, i believe constitutional ang magiging problema ng homosexual party list- kung nagquaqualify ba sila sa prerequisites ng constitution para sa isang party list, or nirerecognize ba sila ng constitution, in the first place, as the third gender? disabled person? cultural sector? at iba pa. Ano nga palang gender ang nirerecognize ng constitution natin? isang isyu rin yan. Kaya sa tingin ko malayo pa ang pag-asa ng homosexual party list sa gobyerno, kaalinsabay ng mahaba pang debate sa kung ano ba talaga ang nature nila, well the acceptance of society is not an issue here kasi malalaman lang ng mga homsexual na accepted na sila after giving them the chance to run, there, doon sa ballots na makukuha nila.

    But you’re essay is excelelnt, you can be an axcellent writer, believe me. The essay is so natural.

  6. lea baluyot Said:

    We should not judge the people according to his gender coz it does not matter. The important thing is the ability of the person. If he can do his duties well so theres no problem.

  7. gender is just gender….

    it doesnt hell matter in politics… as long as you can serve, and you WANT to serve… why the hell not?
    —————————–
    http://www.richard24.tk

  8. Vanessa Karen Fajardo Said:

    What’s wrong for being a homosexual?
    Sometimes these homosexual are willing to give their undying support and helping us in our lives.

    Pag magpapagupit ka at sa parlor ang punta mo, di ba mas gusto mo na bakla ang mangugupit sayo dahil maganda ang serbisyo nila kaysa sa iba?

    Kaya mga kabaro, tara na, tulong tayo!!!

  9. manelle Said:

    We have to accept the fact that homosexuals

    in the Philippines are discriminated…..

    But despite of it,can’t we see that they are

    useful & they contribute for our country….

    We don’t have to discriminate them,we have

    to love them….hehehe

    Job well done,Jay-r!!!!!!

  10. ralph julious villamor Said:

    service is the most important in goverment.

    what the hell gender has to do with service in the first place?

    what if being gay or lesbian makes u a better servant? what if not?

    technically, the constitution doesnt disqualify gays and lesbians in the government, the deciding factor will again be traditions and costums. the social norms has a big say when we filipinoes elect leaders. we see public figures to be of credible personality and an icon to imitate bu thier constituents. well who can object? its the norms that have spoken. unless wanna be deviant!!

    as expected, u’ve brought up someting worthwhile from ur not so ordinary point of view!!

    well its working for you.

    nice lumbz!!

  11. cmdr.rommal medoza Said:

    ohh demokratiko naman tau ah?? ok lng yun basta wag lang silang magkakalat ng mga escort service hehehehehe!!!

  12. arjay Said:

    as others have said, there’s no problem with having these bisexual rep. we all do step in the same country ryt? At wla nmng problema dun as long as nagagawa nmn nila ung part nila even though its not hte best.

  13. Irene Said:

    I think you’re sexual preference doesn’t really matter in good governance as long as you can serve the people with utmost accountability and integrity…..

  14. melanie aldeon Said:

    for me, gender is not a question in serving the people
    kung pwede ang babae o lalaki, why not homosexuals?
    as long as they can serve the people at talagang makakatulong cla…
    let’s be fair!

  15. sheilla ramos Said:

    para sa akin, hindi batayan ang kasarian upang ijudge natin ang isang taong gustong mamuno sa ating bansa..!kahit maging ano pa man ang kasarian ng tao owkei lng kung alm nman nting my magagawa cla sa ating bansa eh…!db????!wag ntin cla iset-aside…!lhat nman tyo ay may karapatan..!db???!

    nice jay-r…!auz ah??!nice article…!
    godbless..

  16. 2nel_sanchez Said:

    isang pang-aapi sa karapatang pantao ang pagpapaalis sa trabaho sa mga homosexual….homosexual representatives???hmmm,…i think ok lang namn sya…eh anu ba naman kung homo sila…what matters is the performance that they will do….who knows that these homosexuals would be the one that can make our country improved…
    nice article…nakuha ang aking attention ng uyong atricle….
    godbless(“,)

  17. salome saro Said:

    hahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!
    cenxa na ngaun lang nkblik…
    meron pala nito noh..
    sexuality nman doesnt mattter…
    what matter is serving and protecting people with loyalty…

    they are not rust to get rid….>>>>>>>>>>>>

  18. kristine tyrol Said:

    it has never been a big deal for me kung bakla k o tomboy the thing hir e kung ano silbi mo… its beter to b a lucrtiv homo thn to b a wlng kwentng stryt n ktuld ng iba jan.

  19. Michael Said:

    ok lng nman ang homosexuals sa congress!!! Kaso merong mga makikitid talga ang utak. Never nating maalis ang discrimination between str8ts and homosexuals. Tsaka may ilang tao sa congress na iniisip nila na masisira ang kanilang image pag hinaluan sila ng mga homosexuals. Iisipin nalang nila na gnagawa silang katawa-tawa.

  20. jay lumbo Said:

    anu ba namang blog to…..

    mahusay itaguyod ang ating federation!!!!!!

  21. jay lumbo Said:

    ay mali akin pala ito….


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