Queer Filipinos remain ‘vigilant but hopeful’ as they hold Pride marches nationwide

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06/25/2023

As President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. inches closer to one year in office, Filipinos from the LGBTQ+ community held Pride marches nationwide to celebrate their right to love and to demand the passage of the SOGIE Equality bill, which has been languishing in Congress for over 20 years. Pride marches were held in Makati, Quezon City, Biñan, Cebu City, and Baguio City on Saturday, June 24.

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